Cows are considered holy in India. But the country is also one of the world's biggest cattle exporters. Hundreds of thousands are smuggled into Bangladesh where their hides are turned into leather. It's a dirty business in every sense of the word.
Citizens' groups in India are holding demonstrations in many cities to protest against the so called "beef lynching." Indian PM Modi has finally broken his silence over the issue. Murali Krishnan reports from New Delhi.
Protests have erupted in many places against the Indian government's ban on sale of cattle for slaughter. Many say the new order violates the basic right of people to choose what they eat. Murali Krishnan reports.
A mob killed one Muslim man and injured four others after the men were accused of smuggling cows for the purpose of slaughtering them for meat. The survivors were arrested and charged with animal cruelty.
India's ambitious program to stop open defecation is not just about building toilets. The real challenge is to motivate people to use them.
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