Jallikattu Ordinance


'Jallikattu Ordinance' - 12 News Result(s)

  • As Jallikattu Resumed, 2 Trampled To Death, Dozens Injured: Foreign Media

    As Jallikattu Resumed, 2 Trampled To Death, Dozens Injured: Foreign Media

    Two people were trampled to death and dozens wounded in southern India during the controversial bull-taming sport that resumed Sunday after tens of thousands of demonstrators mounted unprecedented pressure this week on the government to overturn a ban.

  • After Police Action At Chennai's Marina Beach, Opposition Walkout In Assembly

    After Police Action At Chennai's Marina Beach, Opposition Walkout In Assembly

    Opposition parties the DMK and the Congress boycotted the Governor's address in the Tamil Nadu assembly this morning over the police action on protesters at Chennai's Marina beach who are demanding that the ban on Jallikattu, the bull taming sport, be permanently lifted.

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Order Allowing Jallikattu Moves Up The Ranks To The President: 10 Facts

    Order Allowing Jallikattu Moves Up The Ranks To The President: 10 Facts

    Tamil Nadu has gotten much closer to ending a ban on the bull-taming sport of Jallikattu: an executive order or ordinance by the state which allows Jallikattu has been cleared by the centre and sent to President Pranab Mukherjee for his assent. Thousands of protestors gathered at Chennai's Marina Beach since Tuesday say they will not disperse till ...

  • On Jallikattu, Centre or State Or Both May Act, Says Government's Top Lawyer

    On Jallikattu, Centre or State Or Both May Act, Says Government's Top Lawyer

    As Tamil Nadu moved to deflate massive protests demanding the return of bull-taming festival Jallikattu by pushing an ordinance or special order to bypass a Supreme Court ban, India's top lawyer indicated that the Centre could also have a role. "The Centre may act, the state may act or both may act. Whatever shall happen, will happen in a day or so...

  • On Jallikattu, PM Narendra Modi Tells Tamil Nadu, 'It's In Court, We Support You'

    On Jallikattu, PM Narendra Modi Tells Tamil Nadu, 'It's In Court, We Support You'

    Amid massive protests in Tamil Nadu in support of banned bull-taming festival Jallikattu, the government today indicated that there would not be any ordinance or special order for now. Prime Minister Narendra Modi told Chief Minister O Panneerselvam that while he appreciated the cultural significance of Jallikattu, but the case is in court.

  • In Tamil Nadu, Group Holds Mini-Jallikattu Defying Supreme Court Order

    In Tamil Nadu, Group Holds Mini-Jallikattu Defying Supreme Court Order

    Members of the Naam Thamizhar Katchi, a pro-Tamil party organised a mini-Jallikattu in a forest area of Tamil Nadu's Cuddalore, defying the Supreme Court that has refused to lift the ban on the taming-of-the-bull festival.

  • Jallikattu May Not Be Held This Pongal Too In Tamil Nadu, Indicates Minister

    Jallikattu May Not Be Held This Pongal Too In Tamil Nadu, Indicates Minister

    Tamil Nadu will have to do without Jallikattu -- the hugely popular bull-taming sport - during Pongal this weekend. The government, a Central minister indicated, may not issue an ordinance or executive order this year to hold the banned sport since it is looking for a "long-term solution".

  • For Jallikattu In Pongal, Panneerselvam Asks PM Modi To Issue Executive Order

    For Jallikattu In Pongal, Panneerselvam Asks PM Modi To Issue Executive Order

    Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Panneerselvam has asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to reintroduce Jallikattu - the traditional bull-taming sport - in the state through an ordinance or executive order before next week. Jallikattu had been banned in the state in 2014 and in November, the Supreme Court had dismissed the state's plea seeking review of it...

  • Tamil Nadu Can Bring Jallikattu Ordinance: Nirmala Sitharaman

    Tamil Nadu Can Bring Jallikattu Ordinance: Nirmala Sitharaman

    The Tamil Nadu government can enact an ordinance to permit Jallikattu during Pongal festival and New Delhi will back it, Minister of State for Commerce Nirmala Sitharaman said on Wednesday.

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'Jallikattu Ordinance' - 12 News Result(s)

  • As Jallikattu Resumed, 2 Trampled To Death, Dozens Injured: Foreign Media

    As Jallikattu Resumed, 2 Trampled To Death, Dozens Injured: Foreign Media

    Two people were trampled to death and dozens wounded in southern India during the controversial bull-taming sport that resumed Sunday after tens of thousands of demonstrators mounted unprecedented pressure this week on the government to overturn a ban.

  • After Police Action At Chennai's Marina Beach, Opposition Walkout In Assembly

    After Police Action At Chennai's Marina Beach, Opposition Walkout In Assembly

    Opposition parties the DMK and the Congress boycotted the Governor's address in the Tamil Nadu assembly this morning over the police action on protesters at Chennai's Marina beach who are demanding that the ban on Jallikattu, the bull taming sport, be permanently lifted.

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Order Allowing Jallikattu Moves Up The Ranks To The President: 10 Facts

    Order Allowing Jallikattu Moves Up The Ranks To The President: 10 Facts

    Tamil Nadu has gotten much closer to ending a ban on the bull-taming sport of Jallikattu: an executive order or ordinance by the state which allows Jallikattu has been cleared by the centre and sent to President Pranab Mukherjee for his assent. Thousands of protestors gathered at Chennai's Marina Beach since Tuesday say they will not disperse till ...

  • On Jallikattu, Centre or State Or Both May Act, Says Government's Top Lawyer

    On Jallikattu, Centre or State Or Both May Act, Says Government's Top Lawyer

    As Tamil Nadu moved to deflate massive protests demanding the return of bull-taming festival Jallikattu by pushing an ordinance or special order to bypass a Supreme Court ban, India's top lawyer indicated that the Centre could also have a role. "The Centre may act, the state may act or both may act. Whatever shall happen, will happen in a day or so...

  • On Jallikattu, PM Narendra Modi Tells Tamil Nadu, 'It's In Court, We Support You'

    On Jallikattu, PM Narendra Modi Tells Tamil Nadu, 'It's In Court, We Support You'

    Amid massive protests in Tamil Nadu in support of banned bull-taming festival Jallikattu, the government today indicated that there would not be any ordinance or special order for now. Prime Minister Narendra Modi told Chief Minister O Panneerselvam that while he appreciated the cultural significance of Jallikattu, but the case is in court.

  • In Tamil Nadu, Group Holds Mini-Jallikattu Defying Supreme Court Order

    In Tamil Nadu, Group Holds Mini-Jallikattu Defying Supreme Court Order

    Members of the Naam Thamizhar Katchi, a pro-Tamil party organised a mini-Jallikattu in a forest area of Tamil Nadu's Cuddalore, defying the Supreme Court that has refused to lift the ban on the taming-of-the-bull festival.

  • Jallikattu May Not Be Held This Pongal Too In Tamil Nadu, Indicates Minister

    Jallikattu May Not Be Held This Pongal Too In Tamil Nadu, Indicates Minister

    Tamil Nadu will have to do without Jallikattu -- the hugely popular bull-taming sport - during Pongal this weekend. The government, a Central minister indicated, may not issue an ordinance or executive order this year to hold the banned sport since it is looking for a "long-term solution".

  • For Jallikattu In Pongal, Panneerselvam Asks PM Modi To Issue Executive Order

    For Jallikattu In Pongal, Panneerselvam Asks PM Modi To Issue Executive Order

    Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Panneerselvam has asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to reintroduce Jallikattu - the traditional bull-taming sport - in the state through an ordinance or executive order before next week. Jallikattu had been banned in the state in 2014 and in November, the Supreme Court had dismissed the state's plea seeking review of it...

  • Tamil Nadu Can Bring Jallikattu Ordinance: Nirmala Sitharaman

    Tamil Nadu Can Bring Jallikattu Ordinance: Nirmala Sitharaman

    The Tamil Nadu government can enact an ordinance to permit Jallikattu during Pongal festival and New Delhi will back it, Minister of State for Commerce Nirmala Sitharaman said on Wednesday.

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