India tightens beef-slaughtering laws amid controversy

Several states in India are adopting laws making it harder to slaughter cows and sell beef

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    Several states in India are adopting laws making it harder to slaughter cows and sell beef.

    Critics say the restrictions promoted by a Hindu nationalist government are an attack on religious minorities.

    Al Jazeera's Bernard Smith reports from Uttar Pradesh state in northern India.


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