COPS in Brazil are investigating claims 10 members of a remote Amazonian tribe were hacked to death by ruthless gold miners out to seize their land.
A complaint has been filed with prosecutors in South America after the alleged killers went into a bar and bragged about what they had done. [...]
After recent legal action gave two sacred rivers in India the rights of "legal persons," the ruling was overturned, taking those rights away. This leaves the Ganges and Yamuna rivers vulnerable to pollution. [...]
A mysterious case of the murder of a 14-year-old boy has surfaced in the national Capital, with his mother alleging that he was held hostage and lynched by some Muslim friends.
The victim, identified as Yogesh Kumar, was found dead under mysterious circumstances near New Delhi Railway Station last month. [...]
Border guards intercept them periodically, but cattle smugglers keep devising ingenuous techniques to send cows and bulls to Bangladesh and feed the beef and leather industry there. [...]
Recently innocent, unarmed Hindu pilgrims to the holy Amarnath cave were attacked by militants and killed mercilessly. Instead of saying a word of denouncement of that dastardly act and offering condolences to the families of those killed NYT is playing dirty games. [...]
Banning cow slaughter has become a major political and social issue in India but a study published by US researchers suggests this may indeed help mitigate global warming. A team of researchers from four American universities report that “eating beans instead of beef would sharply reduce greenhouse gasses (GHG)” responsible for climate change. [...]
We’ve all done it. One minute you’re absent-mindedly uploading memes to Instagram – just having a bit of fun with it, joining in with the #conversation – and before you know it, you’ve incurred the vengeful wrath of the second most populated nation on planet Earth. American singer songwriter Katy Perry landed herself in hot [...]
Preah Vihear, an ancient, cliff-top temple that Cambodia and Thailand have sporadically fought over for more than a century, is proving to be a hit with Japanese tourists, who last year accounted for the largest number of foreign visitors there. [...]
Syed Zainul Abedin Ali Khan, the diwan (spiritual head) of the Ajmer Dargah, the famous Sufi Shrine of Rajasthan, has been removed from his post by his own brother, who thought that this views on cow slaughter and beef eating was against Islam. [...]
Iceland has seen a dramatic increase in the followers of its indigenous pagan movement in recent years, making Odin worshippers the country's fastest-growing religion. [...]