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India suspends ban on trade of cattle for slaughter

India's Supreme Court on Tuesday suspended a government ban on sale and purchase of cattle for slaughter.

The new law, which was announced in May by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's federal government, had placed a nationwide ban on the sale and purchase of cattle for slaughter at animal markets, allowing cattle trade only for plowing and dairy production.  Read more.

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