Chennai Jallikattu Protest Marina Beach

'Chennai Jallikattu Protest Marina Beach' - 44 News Result(s)

  • Chennai Police Warns Of Action Against Protesters On Marina Beach
    India News | Written by J Sam Daniel Stalin | Sunday May 21, 2017
    Chennai's Marina Beach has been a favourite with protesters. But for more than a decade, protests, demonstrations, agitations etc have been totally banned along the shoreline. The Chennai Police yesterday reiterated its ban on protests or unlawful gathering on the Marina Beach and warned of arrests if protesters are found assembling here.
  • Chennai Community That Helped Jallikattu Protesters Allege Police Brutality
    Tamil Nadu News | Written by J Sam Daniel Stalin | Monday January 30, 2017
    The Nadukuppam fish market near the Marina Beach in Chennai is in ashes. Around 200 families now have no place to sell their fish. The community says the police themselves set the market on fire on Monday as local people from the area gave shelter to protesters after police started forcefully evicting them from the beach - the venue of the week-lon...
  • Jallikattu Protest: Stung By Viral Videos, Chennai Police Says 'Should Have Tracked Social Media'
    Chennai News | Written by J Sam Daniel Stalin | Friday January 27, 2017
    On a day when Chennai's hold on a massive, peaceful protest loosened suddenly, the videos tumbled out in quick succession - men and women in police uniforms setting autorickshaws on fire, vandalising property, raising their lathis or batons high above their heads and bringing them down with crashing force on parked vehicles. Within minutes, the vid...
  • Republic Day: Attendance Thin For Parade At Chennai's Marina Beach Road
    Chennai News | Written by J Sam Daniel Stalin | Friday January 27, 2017
    The people's participation in the Republic Day celebrations in Chennai was at an all-time low today following a boycott campaign on social media in the wake of Monday's violence in the city. A large number of seats along the Beach Road - next to the Marina Beach, which witnessed week-long protests on Jallikattu -- were empty.
  • Blog: At Marina Beach, Trust, Hope, Peace - Then, The Descent Of Ugly
    Blog | Uma Sudhir | Wednesday January 25, 2017
    For nearly the entire week of the Jallikattu protests on Chennai's Marina's Beach, I was present and reporting. It felt like an extended picnic, day and night. A rare occasion of collective strength and joy and hope was being celebrated.
  • Jallikattu: Human Rights Panel Sends Notice To Tamil Nadu Government Over Police Violence
    Tamil Nadu News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday January 25, 2017
    The National Human Rights Commission has issued notices to the Tamil Nadu government and the state police over reports of "unprovoked excesses" committed by the forces in quelling the pro-Jallikattu protests in Chennai.
  • What Sparked Police Excesses In Chennai? New Video From Ground Zero
    Chennai News | Reported by Uma Sudhir, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Wednesday January 25, 2017
    A frenzied crowd on rampage, booing, catcalling and shrieking, setting fire to bikes and a vehicle outside the Ice House Police station - the closest to Chennai's Marina beach, where the protest against Jallikattu was being held.
  • Jallikattu: Hope These Are Actors, Not Cops, Says Kamal Haasan About Chennai Videos
    Tamil Nadu News | Edited by Veer Arjun Singh | Tuesday January 24, 2017
    Actor Kamal Haasan said today that a series of videos uploaded on social media that show policemen indulging in arson in Tamil Nadu has left him "shocked". NDTV cannot verify the authenticity of the videos, which have been tweeted by Kamal Haasan and other celebrities like actor Arvind Swamy.
  • Jallikattu: Women Hit And Arson By Cops, Show Chennai Videos Now Being Investigated
    Tamil Nadu News | Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Tuesday January 24, 2017
    A woman stands at a door as a policeman comes at her with a baton and hits her. Another policeman targets the same woman. A third tries but the woman rushes indoors. This is one of the many videos shared on social media, allegedly of Chennai policemen caught in acts of violence during their crackdown on Jallikattu protesters yesterday.
  • Blog: Chennai's Roads Were Hell Today. How Parents Like Me Suffered
    Blog | Sanjay Pinto | Monday January 23, 2017
    I left my wife and kids in the pizza place and walked till I reached a group of protesters who were blocking the road towards the Gemini Circle. Here again, they did not look like students. I tried to reason with them and begged them to let my car pass as my 6-year-old daughter was not feeling well. The response was shocking- ''We will not let an a...
  • Jallikattu: Kamal Haasan, Others Tweet Video Of Cop Setting An Auto On Fire
    Tamil Nadu News | Reported by Uma Sudhir, Edited by Raija Susan Panicker | Tuesday January 24, 2017
    A video aired on some local channels in Chennai shows a policeman setting fire to an auto-rickshaw, allegedly during today's violence that marred what had been a lengthy and peaceful campaign supporting Jallikattu, the bull-taming sport. NDTV cannot verify the authenticity of the video, which is going viral.
  • Jallikattu Protests Block Major Roads, Flyovers In Chennai: 10 Updates
    Tamil Nadu News | Reported by Smitha T K, Edited by Nonika Marwaha | Monday January 23, 2017
    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
    Tamil Nadu News | Edited by Veer Arjun Singh | Monday January 23, 2017
    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: Stay Calm, Kamal Haasan Appeals As Protests Turn Violent
    Tamil Nadu News | NDTV NEWS DESK | Monday January 23, 2017
    As protests in support of bull-taming festival Jallikattu turned violent in parts of Tamil Nadu today, especially at the epicenter Marina Beach in Chennai, a strong appeal to protesters came from RJ Balaji, a well-known radio jockey.
  • Jallikattu: 'Anti-National Elements', Not Students, Causing Chennai Violence, Say Cops
    Tamil Nadu News | Edited by Veer Arjun Singh | Monday January 23, 2017
    A row of charred police cars with flames still licking their chassis, a helicopter circling above, boats treading waves with black flags - by noon, it was obvious that the coda of the peaceful mass demonstration for Jallikattu, the bull-taming sport, was robbed off the spirit of youthful fervor and integrity that won it so much admiration.

'Chennai Jallikattu Protest Marina Beach' - 24 Video Result(s)

'Chennai Jallikattu Protest Marina Beach' - 44 News Result(s)

  • Chennai Police Warns Of Action Against Protesters On Marina Beach
    India News | Written by J Sam Daniel Stalin | Sunday May 21, 2017
    Chennai's Marina Beach has been a favourite with protesters. But for more than a decade, protests, demonstrations, agitations etc have been totally banned along the shoreline. The Chennai Police yesterday reiterated its ban on protests or unlawful gathering on the Marina Beach and warned of arrests if protesters are found assembling here.
  • Chennai Community That Helped Jallikattu Protesters Allege Police Brutality
    Tamil Nadu News | Written by J Sam Daniel Stalin | Monday January 30, 2017
    The Nadukuppam fish market near the Marina Beach in Chennai is in ashes. Around 200 families now have no place to sell their fish. The community says the police themselves set the market on fire on Monday as local people from the area gave shelter to protesters after police started forcefully evicting them from the beach - the venue of the week-lon...
  • Jallikattu Protest: Stung By Viral Videos, Chennai Police Says 'Should Have Tracked Social Media'
    Chennai News | Written by J Sam Daniel Stalin | Friday January 27, 2017
    On a day when Chennai's hold on a massive, peaceful protest loosened suddenly, the videos tumbled out in quick succession - men and women in police uniforms setting autorickshaws on fire, vandalising property, raising their lathis or batons high above their heads and bringing them down with crashing force on parked vehicles. Within minutes, the vid...
  • Republic Day: Attendance Thin For Parade At Chennai's Marina Beach Road
    Chennai News | Written by J Sam Daniel Stalin | Friday January 27, 2017
    The people's participation in the Republic Day celebrations in Chennai was at an all-time low today following a boycott campaign on social media in the wake of Monday's violence in the city. A large number of seats along the Beach Road - next to the Marina Beach, which witnessed week-long protests on Jallikattu -- were empty.
  • Blog: At Marina Beach, Trust, Hope, Peace - Then, The Descent Of Ugly
    Blog | Uma Sudhir | Wednesday January 25, 2017
    For nearly the entire week of the Jallikattu protests on Chennai's Marina's Beach, I was present and reporting. It felt like an extended picnic, day and night. A rare occasion of collective strength and joy and hope was being celebrated.
  • Jallikattu: Human Rights Panel Sends Notice To Tamil Nadu Government Over Police Violence
    Tamil Nadu News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday January 25, 2017
    The National Human Rights Commission has issued notices to the Tamil Nadu government and the state police over reports of "unprovoked excesses" committed by the forces in quelling the pro-Jallikattu protests in Chennai.
  • What Sparked Police Excesses In Chennai? New Video From Ground Zero
    Chennai News | Reported by Uma Sudhir, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Wednesday January 25, 2017
    A frenzied crowd on rampage, booing, catcalling and shrieking, setting fire to bikes and a vehicle outside the Ice House Police station - the closest to Chennai's Marina beach, where the protest against Jallikattu was being held.
  • Jallikattu: Hope These Are Actors, Not Cops, Says Kamal Haasan About Chennai Videos
    Tamil Nadu News | Edited by Veer Arjun Singh | Tuesday January 24, 2017
    Actor Kamal Haasan said today that a series of videos uploaded on social media that show policemen indulging in arson in Tamil Nadu has left him "shocked". NDTV cannot verify the authenticity of the videos, which have been tweeted by Kamal Haasan and other celebrities like actor Arvind Swamy.
  • Jallikattu: Women Hit And Arson By Cops, Show Chennai Videos Now Being Investigated
    Tamil Nadu News | Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Tuesday January 24, 2017
    A woman stands at a door as a policeman comes at her with a baton and hits her. Another policeman targets the same woman. A third tries but the woman rushes indoors. This is one of the many videos shared on social media, allegedly of Chennai policemen caught in acts of violence during their crackdown on Jallikattu protesters yesterday.
  • Blog: Chennai's Roads Were Hell Today. How Parents Like Me Suffered
    Blog | Sanjay Pinto | Monday January 23, 2017
    I left my wife and kids in the pizza place and walked till I reached a group of protesters who were blocking the road towards the Gemini Circle. Here again, they did not look like students. I tried to reason with them and begged them to let my car pass as my 6-year-old daughter was not feeling well. The response was shocking- ''We will not let an a...
  • Jallikattu: Kamal Haasan, Others Tweet Video Of Cop Setting An Auto On Fire
    Tamil Nadu News | Reported by Uma Sudhir, Edited by Raija Susan Panicker | Tuesday January 24, 2017
    A video aired on some local channels in Chennai shows a policeman setting fire to an auto-rickshaw, allegedly during today's violence that marred what had been a lengthy and peaceful campaign supporting Jallikattu, the bull-taming sport. NDTV cannot verify the authenticity of the video, which is going viral.
  • Jallikattu Protests Block Major Roads, Flyovers In Chennai: 10 Updates
    Tamil Nadu News | Reported by Smitha T K, Edited by Nonika Marwaha | Monday January 23, 2017
    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
    Tamil Nadu News | Edited by Veer Arjun Singh | Monday January 23, 2017
    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: Stay Calm, Kamal Haasan Appeals As Protests Turn Violent
    Tamil Nadu News | NDTV NEWS DESK | Monday January 23, 2017
    As protests in support of bull-taming festival Jallikattu turned violent in parts of Tamil Nadu today, especially at the epicenter Marina Beach in Chennai, a strong appeal to protesters came from RJ Balaji, a well-known radio jockey.
  • Jallikattu: 'Anti-National Elements', Not Students, Causing Chennai Violence, Say Cops
    Tamil Nadu News | Edited by Veer Arjun Singh | Monday January 23, 2017
    A row of charred police cars with flames still licking their chassis, a helicopter circling above, boats treading waves with black flags - by noon, it was obvious that the coda of the peaceful mass demonstration for Jallikattu, the bull-taming sport, was robbed off the spirit of youthful fervor and integrity that won it so much admiration.

'Chennai Jallikattu Protest Marina Beach' - 24 Video Result(s)

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