Jallikattu Protests Marina Beach


'Jallikattu Protests Marina Beach' - 15 News Result(s)

  • Jallikattu Protest: Stung By Viral Videos, Chennai Police Says 'Should Have Tracked Social Media'

    Jallikattu Protest: Stung By Viral Videos, Chennai Police Says 'Should Have Tracked Social Media'

    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...

  • Jallikattu: Human Rights Panel Sends Notice To Tamil Nadu Government Over Police Violence

    Jallikattu: Human Rights Panel Sends Notice To Tamil Nadu Government Over Police Violence

    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.

  • Blog: Chennai's Roads Were Hell Today. How Parents Like Me Suffered

    Blog: Chennai's Roads Were Hell Today. How Parents Like Me Suffered

    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...

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Chennai Cops Praise Jallikattu Protesters At Marina Beach For 'Extraordinary Calm'

    Chennai Cops Praise Jallikattu Protesters At Marina Beach For 'Extraordinary Calm'

    Chennai's giant Jallikattu protest at the famous Marina Beach, leaderless and apolitical, has earned praise from the city police for the "extraordinary calm & peace" that the protesters have managed even thousands present at the site at any given time since Tuesday evening.

  • Jallikattu Ban: Supreme Court Delays Verdict By A Week, As Asked By Centre

    Jallikattu Ban: Supreme Court Delays Verdict By A Week, As Asked By Centre

    Chief Minister O Pannerselvam said on Friday morning that Jallikattu, the ancient bull-taming festival, will return to Tamil Nadu in a couple of days through an ordinance or executive order that he has sent for the President's approval. He has urged the thousands of people gathered at Chennai's Marina Beach for four days now, to end their protest. ...

  • From Torchlight To WhatsApp: At Marina Beach, The Cellphone Is A Powerful Tool

    From Torchlight To WhatsApp: At Marina Beach, The Cellphone Is A Powerful Tool

    Senthil Nayagam, a 40-year-old IT professional, takes a break from constant tapping on his smartphone only to join slogans in support of Jallikattu and "Tamil pride".

  • For Jallikattu, Rajinikanth May Join Top Tamil Actors In Silent Protest Tomorrow

    For Jallikattu, Rajinikanth May Join Top Tamil Actors In Silent Protest Tomorrow

    In support of the thousands of students, young professionals and others on a Jallikattu protest at Chennai's Marina beach, Tamil Nadu's top actors will spend an entire working day in silent assembly tomorrow. Among those expected to participate is superstar Rajinikanth, who has spoken in support of lifting a ban on the ancient bull-taming festival ...

  • Harley Davidson Executive, Students, Bankers: All Meet At Jallikattu Protests

    Harley Davidson Executive, Students, Bankers: All Meet At Jallikattu Protests

    IT professionals, actors, singers, bankers, housewives and college students - they are the little dots that make up the sea of protesters at Chennai's Marina Beach demanding that Jallikattu, the ancient bull taming tradition banned by the Supreme Court three years ago, be restored.

  • Jallikattu Wave At Chennai's Marina Beach As Thousands More Join Protest: 10 Points

    Jallikattu Wave At Chennai's Marina Beach As Thousands More Join Protest: 10 Points

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today indicated at a meeting with Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Panneerselvam that the centre will not issue an ordinance or executive order to remove a Supreme Court ban on Jallikattu, the bull taming sport. In Chennai, thousands of protesters, camped at the famous Marina Beach for over 36 hours, say they will not leave ...

  • For Jallikattu, Massive Protests In Chennai For Over 20 Hours: 10 Developments

    For Jallikattu, Massive Protests In Chennai For Over 20 Hours: 10 Developments

    With nearly 3,000 people protesting at Chennai's Marina beach since Tuesday night and big protests being held in other parts of Tamil Nadu, chief minister O Panneerselvam has said that he will do everything necessary to ensure the banned bull taming sport Jallikattu takes place. He will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi tomorrow to ask for a specia...

  • Thousands Protest Across Tamil Nadu In Support Of Jallikattu

    Thousands Protest Across Tamil Nadu In Support Of Jallikattu

    Thousands are protesting across Tamil Nadu in support of bull-taming sport Jallikattu and demanding ban on animal rights group People for Ethical Treatment of Animals or PETA. The protests, mostly by students and techies, entered second day on Wednesday. Nearly 3,000 thousand students are protesting at Chennai's Marina beach since last night.

  • Jallikattu Protests In Chennai: Madras High Court Declines To 'Interfere'

    Jallikattu Protests In Chennai: Madras High Court Declines To 'Interfere'

    The Madras High Court today said it will not "interfere" on the issue of protests in the city against the ban on Jallikattu, holding that the Supreme Court was seized of the matter.

  • 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.

'Jallikattu Protests Marina Beach' - 36 Video Result(s)

'Jallikattu Protests Marina Beach' - 15 News Result(s)

  • Jallikattu Protest: Stung By Viral Videos, Chennai Police Says 'Should Have Tracked Social Media'

    Jallikattu Protest: Stung By Viral Videos, Chennai Police Says 'Should Have Tracked Social Media'

    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...

  • Jallikattu: Human Rights Panel Sends Notice To Tamil Nadu Government Over Police Violence

    Jallikattu: Human Rights Panel Sends Notice To Tamil Nadu Government Over Police Violence

    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.

  • Blog: Chennai's Roads Were Hell Today. How Parents Like Me Suffered

    Blog: Chennai's Roads Were Hell Today. How Parents Like Me Suffered

    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...

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Chennai Cops Praise Jallikattu Protesters At Marina Beach For 'Extraordinary Calm'

    Chennai Cops Praise Jallikattu Protesters At Marina Beach For 'Extraordinary Calm'

    Chennai's giant Jallikattu protest at the famous Marina Beach, leaderless and apolitical, has earned praise from the city police for the "extraordinary calm & peace" that the protesters have managed even thousands present at the site at any given time since Tuesday evening.

  • Jallikattu Ban: Supreme Court Delays Verdict By A Week, As Asked By Centre

    Jallikattu Ban: Supreme Court Delays Verdict By A Week, As Asked By Centre

    Chief Minister O Pannerselvam said on Friday morning that Jallikattu, the ancient bull-taming festival, will return to Tamil Nadu in a couple of days through an ordinance or executive order that he has sent for the President's approval. He has urged the thousands of people gathered at Chennai's Marina Beach for four days now, to end their protest. ...

  • From Torchlight To WhatsApp: At Marina Beach, The Cellphone Is A Powerful Tool

    From Torchlight To WhatsApp: At Marina Beach, The Cellphone Is A Powerful Tool

    Senthil Nayagam, a 40-year-old IT professional, takes a break from constant tapping on his smartphone only to join slogans in support of Jallikattu and "Tamil pride".

  • For Jallikattu, Rajinikanth May Join Top Tamil Actors In Silent Protest Tomorrow

    For Jallikattu, Rajinikanth May Join Top Tamil Actors In Silent Protest Tomorrow

    In support of the thousands of students, young professionals and others on a Jallikattu protest at Chennai's Marina beach, Tamil Nadu's top actors will spend an entire working day in silent assembly tomorrow. Among those expected to participate is superstar Rajinikanth, who has spoken in support of lifting a ban on the ancient bull-taming festival ...

  • Harley Davidson Executive, Students, Bankers: All Meet At Jallikattu Protests

    Harley Davidson Executive, Students, Bankers: All Meet At Jallikattu Protests

    IT professionals, actors, singers, bankers, housewives and college students - they are the little dots that make up the sea of protesters at Chennai's Marina Beach demanding that Jallikattu, the ancient bull taming tradition banned by the Supreme Court three years ago, be restored.

  • Jallikattu Wave At Chennai's Marina Beach As Thousands More Join Protest: 10 Points

    Jallikattu Wave At Chennai's Marina Beach As Thousands More Join Protest: 10 Points

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today indicated at a meeting with Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Panneerselvam that the centre will not issue an ordinance or executive order to remove a Supreme Court ban on Jallikattu, the bull taming sport. In Chennai, thousands of protesters, camped at the famous Marina Beach for over 36 hours, say they will not leave ...

  • For Jallikattu, Massive Protests In Chennai For Over 20 Hours: 10 Developments

    For Jallikattu, Massive Protests In Chennai For Over 20 Hours: 10 Developments

    With nearly 3,000 people protesting at Chennai's Marina beach since Tuesday night and big protests being held in other parts of Tamil Nadu, chief minister O Panneerselvam has said that he will do everything necessary to ensure the banned bull taming sport Jallikattu takes place. He will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi tomorrow to ask for a specia...

  • Thousands Protest Across Tamil Nadu In Support Of Jallikattu

    Thousands Protest Across Tamil Nadu In Support Of Jallikattu

    Thousands are protesting across Tamil Nadu in support of bull-taming sport Jallikattu and demanding ban on animal rights group People for Ethical Treatment of Animals or PETA. The protests, mostly by students and techies, entered second day on Wednesday. Nearly 3,000 thousand students are protesting at Chennai's Marina beach since last night.

  • Jallikattu Protests In Chennai: Madras High Court Declines To 'Interfere'

    Jallikattu Protests In Chennai: Madras High Court Declines To 'Interfere'

    The Madras High Court today said it will not "interfere" on the issue of protests in the city against the ban on Jallikattu, holding that the Supreme Court was seized of the matter.

  • 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.

'Jallikattu Protests Marina Beach' - 36 Video Result(s)

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