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That interview is published below in full. Sharif said his government will safeguard the rights of minorities and ensure equal rights to all citizens on the basis of the teachings of Islam and the provisions of the Constitution.” Sandeep Raj Koul,5 crore saplings have been planted involving state governments. Perri was interested in ancient dog burials and came across the box in 2011 while doing research at the museum. “As soon as I saw the skull I knew it was definitely not a puppy” says Perri now a zooarchaeologist at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig Germany “It was a cat of some kind” When Perri analyzed the bones she found that they belonged to a bobcat likely between 4 and 7 months old The skeleton was complete and there were no cut marks or other signs of trauma suggesting to Perri that the animal had not been sacrificed When she looked back at the original excavation photos she saw that the bobcat had been carefully placed in its grave “It looked respectful; its paws were placed together” she says “It was clearly not just thrown into a hole” When Perri told Farnsworth he was floored “It shocked me to my toes” he says “I’ve never seen anything like it in almost 70 excavated mounds” Because the mounds were intended for humans he says somebody bent the rules to get the cat buried there “Somebody important must have convinced other members of the society that it must be done I’d give anything to know why” Perri who reports the discovery with Farnsworth and another colleague this week in the Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology has her suspicions The pomp and circumstance of the burial she says “suggests this animal had a very special place in the life of these people” And the age of the kitten implies that the villagers brought it in from the wild—perhaps as an orphan—and may have tried to raise it Bobcats she notes are only about twice the size of a housecat and are known to be quite tamable The necklace seals the deal for her She thinks it may have been a collar a sign that the animal was a cherished pet “This is the closest you can get to finding taming in the archaeological record” says Perri who believes the find provides a window into how other animals—whether they be dogs or livestock—were brought into human society and domesticated “They saw the potential of this animal to go beyond wild” That’s certainly possible Zeder says “Taming can be a pathway to domestication” But she cautions against reading too much into one find “It’s just a single specimen in a very special context Talking about domestication might be stretching it” If the Hopewell really viewed the bobcat as a pet she says they would probably have buried it in the same place as their dogs Instead she suspects that the cat may have had a symbolic status perhaps representing a connection to the spiritual world of the wild “This could be more of a cosmological association” Jean-Denis Vigne a zooarchaeologist at the National Museum of Natural History in Paris calls the find “a very unique and important discovery” He says it reminds him of hunter-gatherer societies in South America that bring young monkeys and other wild animals into their homes rearing and sometimes breastfeeding them as a way to thank nature for bountiful game and crops Still Vigne says he’s not aware of people burying these animals “There’s a lot that still needs to be explored” Unfortunately further work on the bobcat may not be possible The museum where the bones are housed is facing a shutdown due to state budget cuts and Perri says she can no longer access the samples Public groups and museum staff are fighting hard to stop the closure she saysWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: June 30 2009 12:21 am Related News A local fast-track court on Monday sentenced a man to life imprisonment for killing a distant woman relative who had refused to succumb to his demands for physical relationship The court also slapped a fine of Rs 1000 on the convict In defaulting to pay the finethe accused will have to spend three more months in the jail The convict has been identified as Satyaprakash Kevatin his mid thirtiesfrom Amaraiwadi area The victim and complainant in the case has been identified as Kalavati Kevatalso in her mid-thirtieswho used to stay near the house of the accused Public prosecutor U D Shekhawat said: Satyaprakash had set the victim on fire at her residence when she was alone in January 2009 The accused was her distant relative In her dying declarationthe woman had stated that the accused had set her on fire after she turned down his proposal to have sex? download Indian Express App More Related News 2016 5:02 pm ” I should have the authority to distribute tickets. In a dramatic development, and encouraging a gradual revision of India’s consistent support for Palestine in multilateral organizations. possibility indicating ways in which the Indian military could emulate Israeli forces in counter-terrorism strategies.

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