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30 May, 2017 12:30 AM West Bengal, Kerala take bull by horn, reject cattle trade ban

While Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee described the move as “undemocratic, unconstitutional and unethical”, the Puducherry government too raised the standard of dissent, saying it will not implement the ban. The move has also caused consternation in the Christian-majority states of Meghalaya and Nagaland. The countrywide chorus against the Centre's notification 26

29 May, 2017 4:17 PM Row rages over ban on cattle sale for slaughter, Mamata says won't accept it

"We will challenge it legally. We will consult the state's advocate general on this matter. I will request the Centre not to interfere with the state's matter and destroy the federal structure," Mamata Banerjee said on Monday. NEW DELHI/KOLKATA/CHENNAI: The raging row over ban on sale of cattle for slaughter+ at animal markets kept the political pot on the boil on Monday 29

29 May, 2017 1:31 PM Cattle slaughter economy: How ban on sale of cattle for killing may affect industry, employment

India is the leading exporter of buffalo meat in the world. The meat industry employs over 22 lakh people in the country. The new regulation of the central government banning sale of cattle for slaughter at animal markets is likely to affect the meat industry adversely. According to the Department of Animal Husbandry annual report for 2016-17 , share 21

29 May, 2017 12:07 PM Those behind calf slaughter have no place in Congress: Randeep Surjewala

NEW DELHI: The Congress on Monday distanced itself from the public slaughter of a calf in Kerala by Youth Congress workers, saying those behind the incident have no place in the party and have been suspended. Three Youth Congress workers — Kannur YC district president Rijil Makkutty and activists Joshi Kandathil and Sharafuddin — were suspended by the party 13

29 May, 2017 12:06 PM Those behind Kerala calf slaughter have no place in the party: Congress

The Congress today distanced itself from the public slaughter of a calf in Kerala allegedly by Youth Congress workers, saying those behind the incident have no place in the party and have been suspended. Three Youth Congress workers -- Kannur YC district president Rijil Makkutty and activists Joshi Kandathil and Sharafuddin -- were suspended both from the YC and the Congress 21

29 May, 2017 10:02 AM Flipkart Summer Shopping Days Offers: iPhone 7, iPhone 6s Plus, Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro Discounts and Other Deals

Soon after then Flipkart Big 10 Sale, the e-commerce website is back with its Summer Shopping Days sale, which kicked off on Monday. The sale will go on till Wednesday, May 31, and there are lucrative offers listed on smartphones, electronics, accessories, and other home appliances. Smartphones like iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, Samsung Galaxy J5, Samsung 158

29 May, 2017 8:45 AM Kerala calf slaughter row: How ban on cattle sale turned into a full blown political controversy

On May 26, the Centre notified a new regulation banning sale of cattle for slaughter across the country. To protest the Centre's decision, Youth Congress leaders slaughtered a calf in Kerala. They now have been booked for cruelty against animal. Police have registered case against youth Congress leaders and the Congress party has suspended them for organising 13

29 May, 2017 6:10 AM Kerala cow slaughter: Youth Congress workers suspended from party after Rahul Gandhi condemns incident

Congress leader Randeep Surjewala said members of Kerala Youth Congress who organised the event in which a cow was slaughtered in Kannur have been suspended. Hours after party vice-president Rahul Gandhi strongly condemned party's youth unit workers slaughtering a cow in Kannur, Kerala, the Congress today suspended workers who organised the protest event 33

29 May, 2017 3:34 AM Don’t teach us how to eat: Kerala to Centre as it mulls law to counter cattle ban

Kannur/Alappuzha: The Kerala government on Sunday suggested it could bring in a law to counter the central ban on sale of cattle for slaughter, as the political slugfest over the issue intensified fuelled by a row over a Youth Congress activist butchering a calf in full public view. Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, who had on Saturday shot off a letter 27

29 May, 2017 3:15 AM Raymond lines up Rs 350 cr for capex, retail expansion

Textile and apparel major Raymond will invest Rs 350 crore in capacity and retail expansion this year, the company said. This will help ramp up its apparel sale and grow the fabric business over the next few years, a senior company executive said. "Of the Rs 350 crore, Rs 200 crore will be allocated to manufacturing expansion, both in India and offshore 19