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The sport was organised in connection with a festival at the local Karuppasamy temple and a total of 650 bulls took part in the event.
After the 2017 Jallikattu protests, the Madras HC for the first time permitted a protest on the Marina.
About 15 months after the protests for Jallikattu brought train operations to a standstill in several parts of Tamil Nadu, train services faced major disruption across the State.
Netizens have been wide awake to the Cauvery issue 24x7 for the past couple of weeks, just as they were over the Jallikattu issue 15 months ago.
Scores of people, including women and college students, staged a protest on the Marina on Saturday, demanding that the CMB be set up.
Visitors allowed entry only after vetting by police personnel deployed there.
Around 50 competitors sustained injuries and of them 18 were treated at private and government hospitals, police said.
Tamil Nadu Health Minister C Vijayabaskar's bull died after it was injured when the animal hit a wall at the jallikattu venue in Puthukottai on February 11.
We were the first to announce the film, Jallikattu 5-23 Jan 2017, when it was launched in Wall Street, New York last year.
Ferocious bull Komban has not been tamed ever in any jallikattu. He never will be, as Komban died in a freak accident in Thennalur in Pudukottai district on Sunday.
The 'jallikattu' (bull-taming event) was held at Thennalur near here in connection with a temple festival.
The animal rights body claiming that at least 23 people have died since the state allowed the bull-taming sport in January last year.
The victim, Paul Raj was rushed to a government hospital but died without responding to medical treatment.
A bull and bull tamer died during the course of a jallikattu organised at Allur near Srirangam on Sunday. Two bulls that took part in the event were seriously injured in separate incidents.
A bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justice R F Nariman framed five questions to be adjudicated on by the Constitution bench.