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Bull and gore 
?Celebrated in Tamil Nadu 
?display of valour 
?inevitable part of the Pongal season 
?promoted as a tourist attraction  
?symbol of Tamil culture 
?Courts: cruelty on bulls 
?This sport was banned by court, and 
then restored by law. 
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Bull and gore 
?Celebrated in Tamil Nadu 
?display of valour 
?inevitable part of the Pongal season 
?promoted as a tourist attraction  
?symbol of Tamil culture 
?Courts: cruelty on bulls 
?This sport was banned by court, and 
then restored by law. 
?The regulations have been tightened 
from time to time, and no event takes 
place without official permission or 
medical supervision. 
?The truth about jallikattu is that it is 
well nigh impossible to hold an 
incident-free event. 
?Popular sentiment, political 
patronage and the cultural instinct to 
preserve practices. 
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Bull and gore 
?Celebrated in Tamil Nadu 
?display of valour 
?inevitable part of the Pongal season 
?promoted as a tourist attraction  
?symbol of Tamil culture 
?Courts: cruelty on bulls 
?This sport was banned by court, and 
then restored by law. 
?The regulations have been tightened 
from time to time, and no event takes 
place without official permission or 
medical supervision. 
?The truth about jallikattu is that it is 
well nigh impossible to hold an 
incident-free event. 
?Popular sentiment, political 
patronage and the cultural instinct to 
preserve practices. 
Needless fracas 
?Governors vs State governments  
?Kerala: Arif Mohammad Khan 
?West Bengal: Jagdeep Dhankhar 
?Mr. Khan: it was his duty to defend 
the laws made by the Centre.  
?there is no discernible precedent as such 
?His view that his office is not a rubber 
stamp is true. 
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Bull and gore 
?Celebrated in Tamil Nadu 
?display of valour 
?inevitable part of the Pongal season 
?promoted as a tourist attraction  
?symbol of Tamil culture 
?Courts: cruelty on bulls 
?This sport was banned by court, and 
then restored by law. 
?The regulations have been tightened 
from time to time, and no event takes 
place without official permission or 
medical supervision. 
?The truth about jallikattu is that it is 
well nigh impossible to hold an 
incident-free event. 
?Popular sentiment, political 
patronage and the cultural instinct to 
preserve practices. 
Needless fracas 
?Governors vs State governments  
?Kerala: Arif Mohammad Khan 
?West Bengal: Jagdeep Dhankhar 
?Mr. Khan: it was his duty to defend 
the laws made by the Centre.  
?there is no discernible precedent as such 
?His view that his office is not a rubber 
stamp is true. 
?Constitution envisages the execution 
of popular will through an elected 
government. 
?The Constitution seeks to bolster 
centripetal forces in this vast and 
diverse country, and the C e n tr e ’ s 
power to appoint Governors is one 
such. 
?The G o v e r n o r ’ s constitutional role has 
been debated and interpreted through 
several cases. 
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Bull and gore 
?Celebrated in Tamil Nadu 
?display of valour 
?inevitable part of the Pongal season 
?promoted as a tourist attraction  
?symbol of Tamil culture 
?Courts: cruelty on bulls 
?This sport was banned by court, and 
then restored by law. 
?The regulations have been tightened 
from time to time, and no event takes 
place without official permission or 
medical supervision. 
?The truth about jallikattu is that it is 
well nigh impossible to hold an 
incident-free event. 
?Popular sentiment, political 
patronage and the cultural instinct to 
preserve practices. 
Needless fracas 
?Governors vs State governments  
?Kerala: Arif Mohammad Khan 
?West Bengal: Jagdeep Dhankhar 
?Mr. Khan: it was his duty to defend 
the laws made by the Centre.  
?there is no discernible precedent as such 
?His view that his office is not a rubber 
stamp is true. 
?Constitution envisages the execution 
of popular will through an elected 
government. 
?The Constitution seeks to bolster 
centripetal forces in this vast and 
diverse country, and the C e n tr e ’ s 
power to appoint Governors is one 
such. 
?The G o v e r n o r ’ s constitutional role has 
been debated and interpreted through 
several cases. 
?Sagacious occupants have used the 
G o v e r n o r ’ s office to promote national 
integration. 
?Many others have merely acted as 
agents of the ruling party at the 
Centre. 
?The G o v e r n o r ’ s role as a link between 
the State and the Centre shall not be 
an imperial one.  
?The office of the Governor must be a 
dialogic and consultative one.  
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