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We started asking about animal deaths in every village The leader of our research team (another Yogendra Yadav by the way) came up with accounts from nearby villages that we did not plan on visiting Jayati Saha a freelance photographer was on a vehicle and could reach far beyond the other padyatris We asked her and other local journalists about their encounters with the problem Slowly the small pieces started to piece together a bigger picture In our previous visit we had noticed a spurt in the practice of abandoning the domestic cattle Usually it is the cows as no one lets off buffaloes as they continue to yield milk In Bundelkhand this practice is called the Anna Pratha So the sight of dozens of stray cows outside every habitation had ceased to surprise us We had also spoken about animal malnutrition and the impending fodder crisis Weak bony cows trying to scrounge for any blades of grass or anything edible was something to be expected It was bound to be worse this time for the winter crop had also failed in this area leaving little for the animals to chew on We had begun to notice the occasional stench of dead animal bodies Still we were not prepared for the reports about the deaths It was hard to get the exact numbers Villagers could tell the number of domesticated cattle that had perished but not about the Anna Pratha cattle Every village that we visited thereafter reported anything between 10 to 100 cattle deaths in the last month that could be attributed to drought In Bundelkhand the practice of Anna Pratha – abandoning the domestic cattle leads to the starvation and ultimately the death of the cattle Jayati Saha Taking a conservative average of 30 it works out to one dead animal per day per village There are 11065 villages in the 13 districts of the Bundelkhand region in Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh Going by this guesstimate we could be looking at over three lakh mortalities in the month of May this year alone And this does not include wild animals like Neelgai monkeys and deer Rain is still three to four weeks away Another round of heat wave could take a bigger toll Bundelkhand is in the midst of a cattle famine Amartya Sen was right to say that famine does not take place in modern democracies because free media and popular protests act as a safety valve The trouble is that animals don’t have a vote There are TV channels about them but not for them Numbers are hard to pin down but some patterns are clear There are plain cases of starvation Often the enfeebled animals fall prey to some disease Goats are adept at plucking food from thorny scrubs but cows end up hurting themselves in the process There is another common pattern: their search for water takes animals to swamps or ditches where they get trapped Wild animals like monkeys get into wells to scrape water and don’t come out In any case drinking that muddy water hastens their departure Is anyone doing something about it As far as we could see there was little action In Beed district of Maharashtra we saw government organised cattle camps where domestic animals were fed free of cost There are none in UP and MP There is of course the government set up for fodder supply and schemes for “fodder banks” in drought-hit areas But MP government does not feel the need to do anything yet Its affidavit to the Supreme Court says they have plentiful fodder stock that can be released as and when needed The need has not arisen yet it seems Uttar Pradesh government is less brazen It admits fodder shortage but claims that it is supplying fodder to the needy We checked on this claim in every village In one or two places they said a truck had come a month ago and distributed dry fodder to some villagers not always to cattle owning households We were told that the government’s fodder bank exists only on paper And there were rumours about someone close to Mulayam Singh’s family getting the contract for the fodder supply What about gaushalas There are some but the scale is miniscule given the current challenge My mind turns to the loud protestations in recent months about cow slaughter and beef eating I wonder where those gau-bhakts are at this moment when the poor cow is battling for survival I am not much of gau-bhakt or an animal rights activist but I respect anyone who is willing to extend the boundaries of one’s self For those who truly care for animal life – and not for the name of those who end their life – the time for action is now Back in Delhi I noticed a front page headline: “Meat at crime scene in Dadri is of a cow claims report” Something churns inside me Read story 1:Narendra Modi’s inaction speaks louder than his words Read story 2:There’s water everywhere in Latur but not a drop of it’s free Chennai: Batting for more humour and satire in daily life on Saturday Prime Minister Narendra Modi termed humour as the "best healer" and said the power of a smile or laughter is more powerful than abuse or any other weapon Addressing the 47th anniversary of Tamil magazine Thuglaq founded by the late Cho S Ramaswamy Modi particularly referred to the noted journalist’s ability for satire and humour and called for more of this in daily life "I think we need more satire and humour Humour brings happiness in our lives Humour is the best healer The power of a smile or the power of laughter is more than the power of abuse or any other weapon" he said "Humour builds bridges instead of breaking them. And this is exactly what we require today Building bridges bridges between people bridges between communities bridges between societies" the Prime Minister said through video conferencing from New Delhi Narendra Modi PTI Heaping encomiums on his "friend" Ramaswamy Modi said the actor-journalist had mastered the art of satire and humour and he was adept at communicating through a sentence or a cartoon He recalled a particular cartoon Ramaswamy had done of him and said it was "apt" to the current situation "This reminds me a cartoon of Cho wherein people are targeting me with their guns and the common people are standing in front of me Cho asks who is the real target me or the common people How apt is the cartoon in today’s context" he said without referring to any incident Modi also did not elaborate The prime minister has however been receiving flak from opposition parties including Congress and TMC besides the Left over his demonetisation move saying it had affected the common man though it was rolled out with the objectives of addressing black money fake notes and terror funding issues The prime minister said humour brings out "human creativity" "We are living in an age where one speech or one event can create multiple memes" he said The prime minister paid rich tributes to Ramaswamy considered close to Modi since his early days as the Gujarat chief minister Modi who greeted the audience in Tamil at the start of his address besides extending his Pongal wishes in the same language said Ramaswamy was one of the best multi-faceted personalities he had ever come across and hailed his role as a journalist an actor a lawyer and a political commentator among others Though he donned many hats Ramaswamy’s role as the Editor of Thuglaq was the "jewel in his crown" he said It was not very easy to understand Ramaswamy and to do this one had to understand his courage conviction and sense of nationalism "which went beyond parochial wisdom linguistic and other divisions" the prime minister said He said even bitter critics of Ramaswamy found equal prominence in Thuglaq magazine even as he made the magazine "a weapon against all divisive forces" "He was fighting for a clean and non-corrupt political system and in that struggle he never spared anyone He was critical of those people with whom he had acted for decades critical of those people who were friends with him for decades and critical of those who considered him a mentor None was spared He did not look at the personalities but at the issues" Modi said Ramaswamy’s satire made him lovable even to those whom he criticised and that was not a cultivated or cultivable virtue but a "gift from the divine" which Ramaswamy used only to promote public interest the prime minister said "Even those who criticised him were given the same prominence like that of Cho in Thuglaq This is the truest democratic spirit in media and in public life His thoughts and contributions are not limited to Tamil milieu and Tamil people He inspired many generations of aspiring journalists and politicians spanning many cities in India Thuglaq was not a mere political commentary but ears and eyes of millions of Tamil people" he said He also said Ramaswamy had once asked someone throwing eggs at him why he was hurling raw eggs and that he could instead make him an omelet He termed Ramaswamy’s passing away last month as a "personal loss" and said he knew the veteran political analyst for many years He also recalled that he had participated in a past Thuglaq anniversary function Modi said festivals such as Pongal Makar Sankranti Lohri and Bihu were being celebrated in different parts of the country and hailed the harmony such festivals bring By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: April 17 2017 6:27 pm Sachin Tendulkar’s biopic trailer is being lauded by cricket fanatics from across the nation Related News After getting not out on several pitches in hundreds of matches Sachin Tendulkar has begun new innings but this time as an actor with his biopic Sachin A Billion Dream A few days back the ace cricketer released the trailer of the film giving his fans a serious dose of nostalgia Now the trailer has been released in Marathi Actor Madhuri Dixit took to Twitter and shared her experience of watching the trailer in Marathi She wrote “Moved after watching the emotional Marathi trailer” Atul Kulkarni wrote “Important lives have important lessons for us…” Shreya Ghoshal wrote “Goosebumps Just saw the trailer The magnitude of your effect on billions of lives @sachin_rt. ? 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14 major bridges, the officer-in-charge of the observation home shall contact the ACP, Rao was speaking at the 75th convocation of the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) on Monday. In the case of Dalits, in areas like Patiala, PTI The President was speaking at a farewell tea organised for the media by president’s secretary Omita Paul for his Press Secretary Venu Rajamony, The people and the country have been forewarned, Haldar told us that he never received the weapon as that person cheated and gave only a double-barrel gun, Now organisations are conducting these in their own way.
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