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The Indian government has ordered authorities in Kashmir to ban the slaughter of all animals in the Muslim-majority region for the Islamic holiday of Eid al-Adha. The order of the Hindu nationalist government, released Thursday evening, risks exacerbating tensions in Indian Kashmir where anxiety has increased since New Delhi revoked its special autonomy status in …

Citing aviation laws and Covid protocols, Loni’s BJP MP wrote to the administration in Ghaziabad to verify the slaughter of animals during Eid later this week. A letter was sent to the deputy collector in Ghaziabad by Loni MLA Nand Kishor Gurjar stating that slaughter in meat shops and animal carcasses can invite vultures, resulting …

SRINAGAR: The J&K administration clarified on Friday that there was no ban on the territory of the Union of the slaughter of cattle, in accordance with the rules, on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha . Principal Secretary (Animal and Sheep Raising) Naveen Kumar Choudhary said the earlier “notice” was misquoted as a restraining order. “This is …

The slaughter of cows, calves and camels during the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha has been banned in predominantly Muslim Jammu and Kashmir. An order issued by the Department of Livestock and addressed to the Chief of Police of the 97% Muslim Kashmir Valley, and his Divisional Commissioner, called on authorities to stop the “illegal …

Through PTI SRINAGAR: The administration of Jammu and Kashmir said on Friday that there is no ban on the slaughter of cattle in the Union territory, clarifying that the previous order to ban the Illegal slaughter of cows and camels on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha had been issued by the animal welfare council for the …

*** For all of Wyoming, sign up for our daily newsletter *** By Ellen Fike, Cowboy State Daily A recently proposed initiative that would essentially criminalize the slaughter and rearing of farm animals in Oregon would never gain traction in Wyoming, the executive vice president of the Wyoming Stock Growers Association said this week. Jim …

Gruesome footage from the world’s cruelest festivals reveals how dogs are torched and bulls are set on fire. Celebrities and animal rights activists have singled out barbaric practices amid new calls to ban medieval rites as the world recovers from the pandemic. Thousands of dogs were recently boiled alive or beaten to death before their …