• Dhaka Zoo: Forced friendships and quick deaths

    The most striking example of how poorly the zoo is now being managed is seeing a sheep giving company to a lonely rhino. You can also see a deer as a companion to a lonely Bhutanese cow. In short the zoo looks like a place where all animals are kept to die quickly.

  • ‘Muslims should stop eating beef’

    A senior leader of India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has said that Muslims living in the country should give up consuming beef.

  • India’s most polarizing animal

    This is not the first time the cow has become mixed up with politics. Conflicts over cow slaughter sparked religious riots in India.

  • With Hindu party leading India, beef grows more political

    The legislator was full of outrage when he arrived in the north Indian village days after the killing of a Muslim farmer who was rumored to have slaughtered cows. A Hindu mob had smashed through the heavy wooden door to the man's home, then beat him to death with his wife's sewing machine.

  • FIR against teacher who fails to write cow essay

    Jammu and Kashmir High Court made a teacher write an essay on cow and solve a class IV maths problem in an open court and ordered slapping a case against him when he failed.