Pseudoscientific beliefs of local forest communities in India are killing animals including tigers, sloth bears and wild boars.
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'Chhapaak' has been tax-exempted in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Puducherry, even as its lead actor’s presence in JNU earlier this week sparked a nasty campaign to boycott it.
The Gujarati, Sindhi and Jain communities have also said that photoshoots before the marriage and having male choreographers are both “obscene” and "vulgar".
The arrest also solves the mystery of a tigress' death, whose skin was found in Nepal in 2013, a year after she was last seen.
Under a new government scheme, brides from economically backward sections are eligible to get Rs 51,000 if they can prove the groom's house has a toilet before the wedding.
The extortion racket run by five women, which involved blackmailing politicians, businessmen and bureaucrats, used high-tech gear to secretly record victims.
The local Congress government now wants to incentivise cattle care.
Shiva Kewat, a daily wage labourer, claims that the bizarre bird attacks started after a misinterpreted mistake he made three years ago.
'Cow protectors' found guilty of “mobocracy” can now be punished with a jail term of up to five years.
As taps run dry and a riverbed gets used as a parking lot, the country battles a drought of epic proportions.
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Doctors say that he suffered a cardiac arrest after playing for six hours straight.