Tamil Nadu News
Tamil film stars Suriya Sivakumar and Vijay today came out in support of the protests at Chennai’s Marina beach in support of the bull-taming sport Jallikattu.
The court made this observation when a mention was made by an advocate K Balu in the open court about the protests at the Marina on the Jallikattu issue.
The NGO said the actor was simply joining issue now because he sought to gain publicity ahead of the release of his upcoming film S3.
With no single organiser or a political party back up, and social media being one of the strongest points, the Jallikattu protest at Marina is unique for more than one reasons.
The 'Singam' series actor threw his weight behind the agitating volunteers demanding lifting of ban on Jallikattu, saying such voluntary protests will always be genuine.
Residents today shouted slogans against police and demanded release of the youths who were taken into custody last night.
The police housed the protesters including both men and women in nearby wedding halls.
The Supreme Court on the one side and angry bull owners (and their agitated bulls) on the other. Caught right in the middle of this conundrum — where duty mandates that they nab the men, but survival
Sufficient police force has been deployed in the district to prevent any untoward incidents, Madurai Superintendent of Police, Vijayendar S Bidari said.
Sufficient police force has been deployed in the district to avoid any untoward incident, said Madurai District Superintendent of Police, Vijayendar S Bidari.
All the shops remained closed and black flags were placed at all the houses condemning the ban on Jallikatt
Anil Dave reiterated Centre's stand that decision on Jallikattu is pending with the Supreme Court but assured AIADMK MPs that he will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss the issue.
BJP party veteran L Ganesan on Tuesday came up with a novel idea to hold the traditional sport.
Environment Minister said that the order of the apex court in the matter is expected any day and based on it government will take a call.
Based on her request last year, the Union Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climatic Change had issued a notification on January, 2016