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Major News and Events of 30 November 2017

What Happened on 30 November 2017

Modi Rolls Back on Cattle Slaughter Notification


Modi government has withdrawn the notification regarding selling of cows and buffaloes, after meeting with criticism from opposite parties. The controversial notification prohibits the cattle sale unless one has a written declaration saying that the cattle won't be slaughtered. West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee too joins those who slammed the move for forcing food habits and ideology on the citizens. Some even called the notification unconstitutional and undemocratic.

Commandos Shot Dead 5 Terrorist in Kashmir

A total of five militants were killed in recent operations in Srinagar. North Kashmir's Sopore area and central Kashmir’s Budgan district reported the terrorist killing as two separate events. A para commando and about 4 citizens are also reported to be injured. J&K police Director General expressed pride in a tweet by applauding J&K police, CAPF and Indian Army for their collective effort in neutralizing over 200 terrorists.

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