Cattle Trade Rules


'Cattle Trade Rules' - 17 News Result(s)

  • Centre's Cattle Trade Rule To Be Suspended Across Country: Supreme Court

    Centre's Cattle Trade Rule To Be Suspended Across Country: Supreme Court

    The centre's rules on the sale and purchase of cattle for slaughter will be on hold across the country, the Supreme Court decided today, backing a Madras High Court order for Tamil Nadu.

  • On Cattle Trade Laws, Supreme Court Asks Centre To Respond In 2 Weeks

    On Cattle Trade Laws, Supreme Court Asks Centre To Respond In 2 Weeks

    The opposition to the government's cattle trade rule has reached the Supreme Court, which asked the NDA government today to respond on the contentions of several petitions. A Hyderabad-based organisation and two others filed petitions earlier this month, saying the rule violates fundamental rights to livelihood, freedom of religion and food choice.

  • A 'Beef Party' In Mizoram As Rajnath Singh Says No Central Curbs On Food

    A 'Beef Party' In Mizoram As Rajnath Singh Says No Central Curbs On Food

    Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday said the Centre will not impose any restrictions on people's choice of food. The same assurance had been given earlier by Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu following the criticism by several states that the Centre, though its new rules on cattle trade, was interfering in the people's choice of food, which is ...

  • Meghalaya Assembly Passes Unanimous Resolution Against Cattle Trade Rule

    Meghalaya Assembly Passes Unanimous Resolution Against Cattle Trade Rule

    The Meghalaya assembly on Monday passed a unanimous resolution, asking the Centre to withdraw its cattle trade rules, which ban the sale and purchase of cattle in animal markets for slaughter. The resolution said the rules were "beyond the scope and object" set out in the Preamble of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960, and was thus infr...

  • Cattle Rules Not Prestige Issue For Us, Can Amend, Says Harsh Vardhan

    Cattle Rules Not Prestige Issue For Us, Can Amend, Says Harsh Vardhan

    Claiming that "vested interests" had misconstrued its cattle trade rule, Union Environment Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan has told NDTV that the government was willing to revisit the rule that bans slaughter of cattle sold in animal markets, saying "it is not a prestige issue for us".

  • 5,000 Youth Workers Quitting BJP In Meghalaya Over New Cattle Trade Rules

    5,000 Youth Workers Quitting BJP In Meghalaya Over New Cattle Trade Rules

    Over 5,000 BJP youth workers in Meghalaya have decided to quit the party over the centre's new rules for cattle trade that ban the buying and selling of cattle in animal markets for slaughter. Among them is prominent youth leader Wilver Greham Danggo, who resigned as the Tura City District Youth president.

  • After Hearty Beef Breakfast, Kerala Lawmakers Discuss Cattle Trade Rules

    After Hearty Beef Breakfast, Kerala Lawmakers Discuss Cattle Trade Rules

    The one-day special session of the Kerala Assembly to discuss the Centre's new cattle trade rules, began with a quick beef fry breakfast this morning. Kerala, along with Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and a few northeastern states, where beef is staple, has witnessed hundreds of protests since the rule was introduced.

  • Plea Challenging Centre's Cattle Trade Rule Reaches Supreme Court

    Plea Challenging Centre's Cattle Trade Rule Reaches Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a plea challenging the Centre's new cattle trade rules that ban the buying and selling of cattle in animal markets for slaughter. The court will hear the case on June 15.

  • 'Food Is A Matter Of Choice, I Am A Non-Vegetarian,' Says Venkaiah Naidu

    'Food Is A Matter Of Choice, I Am A Non-Vegetarian,' Says Venkaiah Naidu

    In the backdrop of a raging debate on beef consumption, Union minister and BJP leader Venkaiah Naidu today said food is a matter of choice and he himself is a non-vegetarian.

  • 200 Meghalaya BJP Men Want to Quit With Leader Over Cattle Trade Rule

    200 Meghalaya BJP Men Want to Quit With Leader Over Cattle Trade Rule

    The BJP in Meghalaya has called a hasty strategy session after the exit of two of its key Garo leaders on the Centre's ban on cattle trade in animal markets for slaughter. The resignation of Bachu Marak -- a senior leader of the party in the North Garo Hills today - has triggered a crisis. Within a few hours of his resignation, around 200 party wor...

  • 2nd Meghalaya BJP Leader Quits. He Wanted Beef Party For Centre's 3 Years

    2nd Meghalaya BJP Leader Quits. He Wanted Beef Party For Centre's 3 Years

    A BJP leader in Meghalaya who had talked about a "beer and beef party" on his Facebook page to mark three years of his party's government at the Centre has quit. Bachu Marak is the second BJP leader - after Bernard Marak - to quit the party over the central government's new cattle trade rules banning slaughter.

  • Cattle Trade Rule Had Nothing To Do With State Laws, Says Arun Jaitley

    Cattle Trade Rule Had Nothing To Do With State Laws, Says Arun Jaitley

    Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said the Centre's rule on cattle trade has nothing to do with state rules on animal slaughter. The rule, which bans sale of cattle for slaughter in animal markets, has triggered widespread protests in southern states like Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, and in the northeast, where beef is a staple.

  • Meghalaya BJP Leader Quits Party Protesting Against Cattle Trade Rule

    Meghalaya BJP Leader Quits Party Protesting Against Cattle Trade Rule

    A BJP leader in Meghalaya has resigned in protest against the Centre's new rule that bans cattle trade for slaughter. Bernard Marak, a leader from Garo hills, had created controversy earlier this week by promising cheap beef to people if the party came to power. Assembly elections in the hill state, where beef is staple, is due early next year.

  • 'Will Examine Issues': Venkaiah Naidu On Objections To Cattle Trade Rule

    'Will Examine Issues': Venkaiah Naidu On Objections To Cattle Trade Rule

    Union minister Venkaiah Naidu today said the government will examine the issues raised by states and trade organisations regarding the new cattle trade regulations. Protests against the new rule -- which bans the sale of cattle for slaughter in animal markets -- have been sweeping several states, including Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

  • At IIT-Madras, Research Scholar Thrashed For Leading 'Beef Fest'. Inquiry Ordered

    At IIT-Madras, Research Scholar Thrashed For Leading 'Beef Fest'. Inquiry Ordered

    A research scholar at IIT-Madras was thrashed by a group of students on Tuesday, reportedly because he had led Sunday's "beef fest" at the IIT-Madras (Indian Institute of Technology) campus against the Centre's cattle trade rules last week.

'Cattle Trade Rules' - 8 Video Result(s)

'Cattle Trade Rules' - 17 News Result(s)

  • Centre's Cattle Trade Rule To Be Suspended Across Country: Supreme Court

    Centre's Cattle Trade Rule To Be Suspended Across Country: Supreme Court

    The centre's rules on the sale and purchase of cattle for slaughter will be on hold across the country, the Supreme Court decided today, backing a Madras High Court order for Tamil Nadu.

  • On Cattle Trade Laws, Supreme Court Asks Centre To Respond In 2 Weeks

    On Cattle Trade Laws, Supreme Court Asks Centre To Respond In 2 Weeks

    The opposition to the government's cattle trade rule has reached the Supreme Court, which asked the NDA government today to respond on the contentions of several petitions. A Hyderabad-based organisation and two others filed petitions earlier this month, saying the rule violates fundamental rights to livelihood, freedom of religion and food choice.

  • A 'Beef Party' In Mizoram As Rajnath Singh Says No Central Curbs On Food

    A 'Beef Party' In Mizoram As Rajnath Singh Says No Central Curbs On Food

    Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday said the Centre will not impose any restrictions on people's choice of food. The same assurance had been given earlier by Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu following the criticism by several states that the Centre, though its new rules on cattle trade, was interfering in the people's choice of food, which is ...

  • Meghalaya Assembly Passes Unanimous Resolution Against Cattle Trade Rule

    Meghalaya Assembly Passes Unanimous Resolution Against Cattle Trade Rule

    The Meghalaya assembly on Monday passed a unanimous resolution, asking the Centre to withdraw its cattle trade rules, which ban the sale and purchase of cattle in animal markets for slaughter. The resolution said the rules were "beyond the scope and object" set out in the Preamble of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960, and was thus infr...

  • Cattle Rules Not Prestige Issue For Us, Can Amend, Says Harsh Vardhan

    Cattle Rules Not Prestige Issue For Us, Can Amend, Says Harsh Vardhan

    Claiming that "vested interests" had misconstrued its cattle trade rule, Union Environment Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan has told NDTV that the government was willing to revisit the rule that bans slaughter of cattle sold in animal markets, saying "it is not a prestige issue for us".

  • 5,000 Youth Workers Quitting BJP In Meghalaya Over New Cattle Trade Rules

    5,000 Youth Workers Quitting BJP In Meghalaya Over New Cattle Trade Rules

    Over 5,000 BJP youth workers in Meghalaya have decided to quit the party over the centre's new rules for cattle trade that ban the buying and selling of cattle in animal markets for slaughter. Among them is prominent youth leader Wilver Greham Danggo, who resigned as the Tura City District Youth president.

  • After Hearty Beef Breakfast, Kerala Lawmakers Discuss Cattle Trade Rules

    After Hearty Beef Breakfast, Kerala Lawmakers Discuss Cattle Trade Rules

    The one-day special session of the Kerala Assembly to discuss the Centre's new cattle trade rules, began with a quick beef fry breakfast this morning. Kerala, along with Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and a few northeastern states, where beef is staple, has witnessed hundreds of protests since the rule was introduced.

  • Plea Challenging Centre's Cattle Trade Rule Reaches Supreme Court

    Plea Challenging Centre's Cattle Trade Rule Reaches Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a plea challenging the Centre's new cattle trade rules that ban the buying and selling of cattle in animal markets for slaughter. The court will hear the case on June 15.

  • 'Food Is A Matter Of Choice, I Am A Non-Vegetarian,' Says Venkaiah Naidu

    'Food Is A Matter Of Choice, I Am A Non-Vegetarian,' Says Venkaiah Naidu

    In the backdrop of a raging debate on beef consumption, Union minister and BJP leader Venkaiah Naidu today said food is a matter of choice and he himself is a non-vegetarian.

  • 200 Meghalaya BJP Men Want to Quit With Leader Over Cattle Trade Rule

    200 Meghalaya BJP Men Want to Quit With Leader Over Cattle Trade Rule

    The BJP in Meghalaya has called a hasty strategy session after the exit of two of its key Garo leaders on the Centre's ban on cattle trade in animal markets for slaughter. The resignation of Bachu Marak -- a senior leader of the party in the North Garo Hills today - has triggered a crisis. Within a few hours of his resignation, around 200 party wor...

  • 2nd Meghalaya BJP Leader Quits. He Wanted Beef Party For Centre's 3 Years

    2nd Meghalaya BJP Leader Quits. He Wanted Beef Party For Centre's 3 Years

    A BJP leader in Meghalaya who had talked about a "beer and beef party" on his Facebook page to mark three years of his party's government at the Centre has quit. Bachu Marak is the second BJP leader - after Bernard Marak - to quit the party over the central government's new cattle trade rules banning slaughter.

  • Cattle Trade Rule Had Nothing To Do With State Laws, Says Arun Jaitley

    Cattle Trade Rule Had Nothing To Do With State Laws, Says Arun Jaitley

    Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said the Centre's rule on cattle trade has nothing to do with state rules on animal slaughter. The rule, which bans sale of cattle for slaughter in animal markets, has triggered widespread protests in southern states like Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, and in the northeast, where beef is a staple.

  • Meghalaya BJP Leader Quits Party Protesting Against Cattle Trade Rule

    Meghalaya BJP Leader Quits Party Protesting Against Cattle Trade Rule

    A BJP leader in Meghalaya has resigned in protest against the Centre's new rule that bans cattle trade for slaughter. Bernard Marak, a leader from Garo hills, had created controversy earlier this week by promising cheap beef to people if the party came to power. Assembly elections in the hill state, where beef is staple, is due early next year.

  • 'Will Examine Issues': Venkaiah Naidu On Objections To Cattle Trade Rule

    'Will Examine Issues': Venkaiah Naidu On Objections To Cattle Trade Rule

    Union minister Venkaiah Naidu today said the government will examine the issues raised by states and trade organisations regarding the new cattle trade regulations. Protests against the new rule -- which bans the sale of cattle for slaughter in animal markets -- have been sweeping several states, including Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

  • At IIT-Madras, Research Scholar Thrashed For Leading 'Beef Fest'. Inquiry Ordered

    At IIT-Madras, Research Scholar Thrashed For Leading 'Beef Fest'. Inquiry Ordered

    A research scholar at IIT-Madras was thrashed by a group of students on Tuesday, reportedly because he had led Sunday's "beef fest" at the IIT-Madras (Indian Institute of Technology) campus against the Centre's cattle trade rules last week.

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