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Eid al-Adha

China: Over 170 Uyghur Muslims detained for offering Eid prayers in violation of orders in Xinjiang

Authorities had allowed people above 50 to offer Eid prayers, more than 170 Uyghur Muslims below 50 detained for violating the order

Kerala govt imposes restrictions on Hindus ahead of Onam a week after relaxations on ‘super spreader’ Eid

Kerala Health Minister Veena George has asked Hindus to avoid crowds, events, celebrations and visits to relatives and friends ahead of Onam, citing Covid-19.

Bakrid celebrations in Kerala turns out to be “Covid-19 Super-Spreader” as state records more than 50% of total new cases in the country

Despite being worst hit by the Covid-19 pandemic, Kerala govt had allowed relaxations for Bakrid, which caused new cases to double in a week

Larger than life flex boards placed near temples hailing Kerala CM as ‘God’ stirs controversy, CPI(M) denies involvement

Several flex banners have come up near Valanchery Maha Vishnu Temple in Malappuram in Kerala hailing the Kerala CM and the govt as the God

UP police thanks Eid celebrating public for keeping it peaceful and cooperating with policemen

The police shared images of UP Police personnel standing guard outside mosques in various districts in Uttar Pradesh and making sure the COVID protocols are maintained.

Eid celebrations may turn out to be superspreader event as Kerala records over 17k new cases during lockdown relaxation

Amidst raging infections and its inability to manage the pandemic, the Pinarayi Vijayan government had given in to pressure of Muslim community in the society and had lifted lockdown restrictions for three days for the celebration of Bakrid or Eid-ul-Adha from July 18 to July 20.

Rohingyas in Bangladesh provided 200 cows to sacrifice on Eid, express gratitude to govt

Hundreds of cows were given to Rohingyas by Bangladesh government for them to sacrifice on Bakra Eid, which led to an outburst of joy.

300 buffaloes to be slaughtered for Bakra Eid at Mumbai’s Deonar abattoir every day for 3 days, Maha govt informs HC

In a separate plea filed by All India Jamiatul Quresh, the petitioner urged that 700 animals must be allowed for “Qurbani” per day at Deonar. Current cap has been set at 300 animals per day.

Supreme Court slams Kerala govt for relaxing COVID-19 norms for Bakrid on the day relaxations conclude: Details

The Supreme Court came down hard on the Kerala government, describing the relaxations announced in the view of Bakrid as an “alarming state of affairs” and asked the state to heed its Kanwar Yatra order

PETA says illegal goat markets are open all over Mumbai ahead of Bakra Eid, claims violation of Covid norms and animal rights

PETA India alleged illegal goat markets have opened all across Mumbai amidst Bakra Eid celebrations despite Covid restrictions.

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