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    Beef Cattle Breeds In Pakistan Face

  • Conflict resolution thru’ non-state actors breeds disorder: Hina Khar

    Ms Khar said after earlier interventions in the world, price was paid by the countries like Pakistan and Iran who had to deal with refugees with the world lecturing them on their responsibility but after the recent conflicts, refugees started knocking at the door of the orderly world which behaved in a very different way...

    The al-Qaeda, Taliban and militant Islamic State groups were created by the extremist thought inculcated in...

  • Visitors to cattle market face inconvenience

    ISLAMABAD: The residents of the federal capital suffered lots of inconvenience while visiting the cattle market...

    Last year, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) set up a temporary sacrificial animal market in Sector I-12 but the cattle sellers reached Sector I-11 and refused to leave the area...

  • Go to Pakistan if you can't live without beef: BJP minister

    NEW DELHI: Advocating a ban on cow slaughter, Indian Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said Thursday that all those who wanted to eat beef could go to Pakistan, IANS news agency reported...

    “Those who are dying without eating beef can go to Pakistan or Arab countries or any other part of [the] world where it is available," he added...

  • ‘Why can’t you respect our religious values?’: Kashmiris react to news of beef ban

    Soon as news went around that the Jammu and Kashmir High Court had passed an order directing the enforcement of a 153-year-old ban on beef in the Muslim-majority state, people and separatists poured out their anger in the Valley, calling it a breach of their rights...

    On Wednesday, while hearing a public interest litigation, a two-member division bench of the high court had directed the police to ensure strict compliance of a law on...

  • Indian govt asks festival organisers to drop film on beef

    NEW DELHI: The organisers of an Indian film festival said on Friday the government had pressured them to drop a documentary on the beef industry, amid a heated debate about beef eating in the majority-Hindu country...

    Officially secular India is the world’s biggest exporter of beef, but the slaughter of cows — which Hindus consider holy — has long been contentious...

  • India’s diehard Hindus push to ban beef in blow to poor

    Despite Hindu beliefs that cows are sacred — and the fact that their slaughter is banned in most of the country — India is the world’s fifth-largest consumer and second-largest exporter of beef...

    With the victory of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party last year, hard-line Hindu groups are pushing to expand the slaughter ban to include all types of cattle, male or female...

  • Zanzibar police beef up fight against sexual, physical abuse of women

    ZANZIBAR, Tanzania: Natasha Ali was devastated when she realised the man accused of snatching her 14-year-old daughter off a street in Zanzibar and raping her had been freed for lack of evidence...

    Her daughter was grabbed as she strolled through an area in Mkunazini in the old part of Zanzibar in May last year, dragged to an unoccupied ruin and raped
  • Where’s the beef?

    Thus, while fillet (or undercut in the subcontinent) is the most prized portion of beef, it is not the tastiest...

    In Pakistan, understandably, butchers sell cuts of meat that are used for our cuisine, i...

  • Indian reports on ‘beef masala’ quashed

    ISLAMABAD: Following media reports that Pakistan had offended the Nepalese by sending beef in food packets, the Foreign Office clarified on Thursday that the population of Nepal was “mostly Hin­­du, not Buddhist” and that Indian media reports on the subject had been exaggerated...

    We have been informed that they have no issues with the food packets from Pakistan...

  • UP’s famous beef kebabs back on the menu

    LUCKNOW: An Indian restaurant has resumed sales of the beef kebabs it has been making for more than a century, two months after being forced to take the famous dish off the menu under pressure from Hindu hardliners...

    A resulting police crackdown led to the state’s meat-producing industry grinding to a virtual halt — even though most businesses were producing beef using buffalo rather than cow meat...

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