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  • Bring Special Act To Remove Trees: Madras High Court To Tamil Nadu Government

    Bring Special Act To Remove Trees: Madras High Court To Tamil Nadu Government

    The Madras High today suggested to the state government to bring in a special act to eradicate Prosopis Juliflora, popularly known as Seemai Karuvelam trees, in Tamil Nadu. A Division Bench of the court's Madurai bench, comprising Justice A Selvam and Justice P Kalaiarasan, said the collectors had not implemented the court's direction fully and the...

  • No Barbers Above 60 At Tamil Nadu's Palani Temple: High Court

    No Barbers Above 60 At Tamil Nadu's Palani Temple: High Court

    The Madras High Court has held that barbers over 60 years of age should not be engaged to tonsure heads of devotees at the Palani temple in Dindigul district as they might injure them due to shivering of hands.

  • Jallikattu Protests Block Major Roads, Flyovers In Chennai: 10 Updates

    Jallikattu Protests Block Major Roads, Flyovers In Chennai: 10 Updates

    Jallikattu protests blocked several roads on Monday in Chennai, including its IT corridor, as protesters forced out of the Marina Beach clashed with the police in various parts of the city. After peaceful protests since Tuesday in support of the bull-taming festival, clashes erupted for the first time today as policemen physically removed thousands...

  • Jallikattu: Protests Over, We Got What We Wanted, Says Marina Beach Students To NDTV

    Jallikattu: Protests Over, We Got What We Wanted, Says Marina Beach Students To NDTV

    After a morning of violence and arson at Chennai's Marina Beach, the students who rallied a week-long sit-in there in support of Jallikattu, the bull-taming sport, said that they have ended their campaign.

  • Jallikattu Protests Turn Violent, Chennai's IT Corridor Blocked: 10 Developments

    Jallikattu Protests Turn Violent, Chennai's IT Corridor Blocked: 10 Developments

    Protests in support of bull-taming festival Jallikattu in Tamil Nadu turned violent today as the police physically removed thousands of protesters at Chennai's Marina Beach, in Madurai and in Coimbatore. Clashes through the day blocked the Old Mahabalipuram Road that is called Chennai's IT corridor, home to IT offices and engineering colleges. Prot...

  • Tamil Nadu Government Issues Guidelines For Holding Jallikattu

    Tamil Nadu Government Issues Guidelines For Holding Jallikattu

    Tamil Nadu government has issued a set of stringent guidelines for safe conduct of Jallikattu, which includes CCTV surveillance of the festival and medical examination of bulls before beginning the event. This came after two people died in the state's Pudukottai during the bull-taming festival.

  • Despite Protests, Tamil Nadu Gets To Watch Some Jallikattu

    Despite Protests, Tamil Nadu Gets To Watch Some Jallikattu

    Jallikattu, the popular bull-taming sport, was held in some parts of Tamil Nadu on Sunday, even though the locals at Madurai's Alanganallur stuck to their demand for a more 'permanent solution' and refused to hold the event. Jallikattu shows were held in Manapparai in Tiruchirappali district. The ruling AIADMK tweeted that more than 500 young peopl...

  • Will Jallikattu Protests Affect Chennai's Republic Day Parade? Protesters Say Yes

    Will Jallikattu Protests Affect Chennai's Republic Day Parade? Protesters Say Yes

    Chennai's Marina beach was flooded with protesters demanding a 'permanent solution' for Jallikattu on Sunday. The traditional bull-taming sport which is a part of Pongal celebrations, failed to take off in Madurai on Sunday, a day after the state government passed an ordinance or executive order for its resumption. Chief Minister O Pannerselvam, wh...

  • Two Die During Jallikattu Event In Tamil Nadu's Pudukottai: 10 Updates

    Two Die During Jallikattu Event In Tamil Nadu's Pudukottai: 10 Updates

    Jallikattu made a re-appearance in Tamil Nadu on Sunday, claiming the lives of two men in Pudukottai. The men, who were injured while holding on to a bucking bull, died on the way to the hospital. The traditional bull-taming festival was held in some parts of Tamil Nadu, even though locals in Madurai's Alanganallur, where Chief Minister O Panneerse...

  • Jallikattu Returns As Tamil Nadu Governor Approves Ordinance: 10 Updates

    Jallikattu Returns As Tamil Nadu Governor Approves Ordinance: 10 Updates

    After a three year long ban, Jallikattu will finally be held across Tamil Nadu today. Governor Vidyasagar Rao has approved an executive order or ordinance by the state government which will allow the bull-taming sport to be held in Tamil Nadu, Chief Minister O Panneerselvam said this evening. The chief minister is now headed to Alanganallur in Madu...

  • Over 3,000 Protest At Chennai's Marina Beach Supporting Jallikattu

    Over 3,000 Protest At Chennai's Marina Beach Supporting Jallikattu

    Over 3,000 people, mostly students and techies, are protesting at Chennai's Marina beach since last night demanding permission to host the banned bull-taming festival Jallikattu in Tamil Nadu and a ban on animal rights organisation People for Ethical Treatment of Animals or PETA.

  • Nearly 200 Detained In Tamil Nadu's Madurai Over Jallikattu Protests

    Nearly 200 Detained In Tamil Nadu's Madurai Over Jallikattu Protests

    Nearly 200 people have been detained by the police in Tamil Nadu's Madurai district for protesting the Supreme Court ban on Jallikattu and demanding that the bull taming festival be held. The protest, that lasted overnight, happened in a small town called Alanganallur.

  • Tradition Trumps Law As Tamil Nadu's Madurai Holds Jallikattu

    Tradition Trumps Law As Tamil Nadu's Madurai Holds Jallikattu

    Despite the Supreme Court's ban against Jallikattu, a bull taming sport, frenzy and excitement gripped locals at Palamedu in Tamil Nadu's Madurai district as bulls were let loose as a mark of protest. Police sources say that 40 people in Madurai have been taken into custody over the last two days of Pongal for violating the ban on Jallikattu.

  • Several Jallikattu Supporters Detained In Tamil Nadu

    Several Jallikattu Supporters Detained In Tamil Nadu

    Police today detained several people for trying to organise Jallikattu despite a ban on the sport in place. Several people were detained at Mudakathan, Alanganallur, Palamedu and Vilangudi in Madurai district, at Nallampatti in Dindigul district and Pottuchavadi inThanjavur district of Tamil Nadu.

  • Instead Of Pongal Cheer, Protests Engulf Rural Madurai Over Jallikattu Ban

    Instead Of Pongal Cheer, Protests Engulf Rural Madurai Over Jallikattu Ban

    At least seven people have been detained in rural Madurai in Tamil Nadu for organising the bull-taming festival, Jallikattu, in defiance of the Supreme Court ban.

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