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The Daily Fix: Violent end to jallikattu protests exposes the lack of leadership in Tamil Nadu
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The solution to saving native cattle breeds lies in organic farming practices, not jallikattu
A farmer describes her efforts to preserve 12 breeds of draught as well milch indigenous cattle.
Not just Tamil pride: Jallikattu supporters are hitting back at Centre's cultural imperialism
If the sport was a mere ritual of a particular caste in southern Tamil Nadu, what would explain protests by Tamils in Jaffna, Sri Lanka, and diaspora in London?
Why we must all be wary of Arun Shourie when he attacks Narendra Modi next
The former BJP leader's repeated attacks on the prime minister are a far cry from his defence of Modi before the 2014 elections.
Supreme Court ruling on limits of Indian church divorces simply reaffirms existing practice
The media has given the January 19 judgement undue publicity.
Letters to the editor
Readers' comments: 'Worship the bulls, why the sport?'
A selection of readers' opinions
Campaign against jallikattu is a case of outsiders passing a judgement without knowing ground truths
Close consideration should be given to the argument that the bull-taming event has helped sustain native breeds in the state.
How to spot a lesbian in sacred Indian art
Is it our discomfort with homosexuality that makes us believe that it cannot be part of the sacred?