How Rajasthan’s Cow Vigilante Attacks Affect Livelihoods

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  Panchayat members in Ghatmeeka village on the Rajasthan-Haryana border discuss the changes to dairy farming in the region following the recent spate of lynchings. Cow protection laws and cow vigilantism have also magnified the problem of unproductive cattle.   Alwar, Nuh, Bharatpur, Tonk, Bhilwara, Rajsamand, Jaipur: In Ghatmeeka village on the Haryana-Rajasthan border, a …Read More

In Rajasthan, Whether BJP Or Congress, Polarisation Is Growing

    Mumbai, Jaipur: Rajasthan accounts for 5.7% of the Indian population, and 25 of the 282 cases (8.9%) recorded in Hate Crime Watch, a database of religious identity-based hate crime across India from 2009 to 2019, maintained by FactChecker. It is the largest state by area, and has recorded the second highest number of …Read More