Articles tagged under: Cows

Gau Shala with AC ward in North Gujarat; CM to inaugurate it on August 8

August 04, 2019
Gau Shala with AC ward in North Gujarat; CM to inaugurate it on August 8

Gandhinagar: Chief Minister Rupani will inaugurate a revamped cow hospital of Shri Rajaram Gau Shala on August 8. The hospital has been constructed with aid by Palanpur Gau Seva Samiti at a cost of Rs. 1.50 crore. The hospital has facilities such as ICU, Cancer, Orthopedic, separate section for ailing cows and even AC ward. A separate section has also been created for cattle feed. The Gau Shala is located on Deesa - Dhanera road. It was set up in year 1999. The Gau Shala has 250-person staff...Read More

Gujarat CM launches ‘Gir cow gold milk’ distribution in Rajkot

July 20, 2019
Gujarat CM launches ‘Gir cow gold milk’ distribution in Rajkot

Rajkot: Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani today launched the ‘Gir cow gold milk’ distribution under the aegis of Arvind Maniar Charitable Foundation’s no-loss-no-profit scheme at a function at Hemu Gadhvi Hall in Rajkot today. Speaking on the occasion, he called upon the Rajkot citizens to take benefit of Karuna Ambulance, Cattle Camp, Animal Medical Camp, etc. He said that his government is committed to growth of agriculture, animal husbandry and fishery. He specifically mentione...Read More

First conviction under Gujarat Animal Preservation (Amendment) Act 2017, man awarded 10 years jail term, one lakh fine for stealing and slaughtering calf

July 06, 2019
First conviction under Gujarat Animal Preservation (Amendment) Act 2017, man awarded 10 years jail term, one lakh fine for stealing and slaughtering calf

Rajkot: In the first conviction under the sections of Gujarat Animal Preservation (Amendment) Act 2017 that provides for lifer for slaughtering cow and its progeny, a court in Dhoraji town of Rajkot district today awarded 10 years of jail term to a man. According to prosecution, one Salim Chadar had stolen a cow calf and it was allegedly slaughtered for feasting guests. During the investigation the accusation was found to be correct. The FSL investigation also confirmed the slaughter...Read More

Stray cow kills a man, police book owner of cow for culpable homicide

June 07, 2019
Stray cow kills a man, police book owner of cow for culpable homicide

Bhavnagar: A cattle rearer has been booked under IPC section 304(A) after a stray cow owned by him killed a 40-year old person in Bhavnagar. 60-year old Rampyare Tiwari was hit by a stray cow repeatedly and killed near Bhavnagar State Transport bus stand. He was hospitalized after serious injuries where he died after brief treatment. Police has booked cattle rearer Mafabhai Bharwad under section 304(A) pertaining to Causing death by negligence(—Whoever causes the death of any person b...Read More

AMC team out to catch stray cows attacked in Odhav area

May 13, 2019
AMC team out to catch stray cows attacked in Odhav area

Ahmedabad: AMC teams out to capture stray cows were attacked with stones and bricks by a group of cow rearer, locally known as 'Maldharis' in Odhav area of city today morning. At least three vehicles were attacked with stones and window glasses were broken by a huge group of local Maltharis. In last one week, at least three incidents of injuries caused by stray cows have come to notice in which one 62-year old person is dead. Police has detained over three dozen women after the incident as gents...Read More

Union Cabinet approves setting up of Rashtriya Kamdhenu Aayog

February 06, 2019
Union Cabinet approves setting up of Rashtriya Kamdhenu Aayog

New Delhi: The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approved the proposal for establishment of Rashtriya Kamdhenu Aayog for Conservation protection and development of cows and their progeny. Impact: The setting up of RashtriyaKamdhenuAayogwill lead to conservation, protection and development of cattle population in the country including development and conservation of indigenous breeds. It will result in increased growth of livestock sector which ...Read More

Ahimsadham in Kutch opens burns ward for cattle in wake of increasing incidents of acid attacks

September 20, 2018
Ahimsadham in Kutch opens burns ward for cattle in wake of increasing incidents of acid attacks

Bhuj: Due to increasing incidents of acid attacks on cattle, Bhagwan Mahavir Pashu Raksha Kendra Ahimsadham in Kutch has set up a AC burns ward for cattle. Ahimsadham located at Pragpar in Mundra taluka will treat acid attack and boiling water attack victim cattle. Bhagwan Mahavir Pashu Raksha Kendra has veterinary hospital unit, ambulance, seperate sections for blind cattle, krumi patient cattle, post ICU observation section, cancer, skin disease, orphan cattle, horn cancer and more. ...Read More

National Workshop on role of technology in doubling income of farmers through dairying held at NDDB Anand

September 10, 2018

Anand: Shri Radha Mohan Singh, Minister of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Govt of India inaugurated the National Workshop on Role of Technology in Doubling Income of Farmers through dairying organised by NDDB at NDDB’s TK Patel Auditorium, Anand. Over 600 progressive dairy farmers of the country from milk unions and producer companies from 16 states attended the event. Apart from orientation sessions on dairy farm management, preventive & curative animal health care, technological advance...Read More

Latest victim of stray cow menace in Gujarat is Lok Sabha MP Liladhar Vaghela

August 31, 2018
Latest victim of stray cow menace in Gujarat is Lok Sabha MP Liladhar Vaghela

Gandhinagar: Lok Sabha member from Patan constituency, Liladhar Vaghela is hospitalised after a stray cow hit him and caused injuries. Vaghela is suffering at least 2 fractures in the ribs and some blood clot after the incident of him being hit by a stray cow near his residence in Gujarat capital. A family member today said that the incident took place near his house in Panchsheel park society in sector 21 here in the afternoon yesterday. 'He has sustained injuries in...Read More

Mob clash with police in North Gujarat after rally, dispersed

August 10, 2018
Mob clash with police in North Gujarat after rally, dispersed

Mahesana: The mob of cattle-rearer community today become violent in Nanadasan area of Mahesana district during their protest rally and road blockade against the killing of a cow-vigilante youth of their community. A case against 119 named people and a mob of 2000 other unknown people has been lodged in Nandasan police station in connection with the violence under sections of IPC pertaining to rioting and damage to the public property among others. One Raju Rabari ...Read More