kiLik
i is a language created by lyricist Madhan Karky in 2013 for the Indian blockbuster Baahubali. Started as a fictional language, now kiLiki has evolved into a language with script grammar and more than 3000 words. KiLiKi is designed to be a minimalistic language using minimum number of symbols to cover maximum sounds. KiLiKi alphabet comprises of 22 symbols.Kambala
News Excerpt
Two Kambala jockeys gained prominence and were compared to Usain Bolt after finishing 100m in around 9.5 seconds. Although many have argued that it is wrong to compare two sports.

Pre-Connect
It is a traditional buffalo race in paddy fields and generally takes place in coastal Karnataka (Udupi and Dakshina Kannada) from November to March. Traditionally, running buffaloes through the fields was used to thoroughly churn the soil, before sowing. It is also observed as thanksgiving to gods for protecting the animals from diseases.

Analytica
•    Animal activists have criticized the sport arguing that Kambala involves acts of cruelty on animals which are not physiologically suited for racing and they run in the race due to fear of being beaten. Thus, it violates the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (PCA) Act, 1960. The Act prevents practices which involve unnecessary pain to the animal amounting to cruelty.
•    The Supreme Court had banned jallikattu, bullock-cart races, and kambala events in its judgement on May 7, 2014. The judgement upheld that the Constitution of India read with legislation under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960, provided that animals should be treated with compassion and dignity and be free from unnecessary pain and suffering.
•    Various organizations of Karnataka opposed the ban based on various reasons.
•    It was argued that traditional sports like Kambala helps in preserving and promoting traditions and culture.
•    Kambala also plays vital role in ensuring survival and continuance of native breeds of cattle.
•    The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Karnataka Amendment) Ordinance, 2017 approved the organising of kambala event, provided steps are taken to avoid cruelty to the participating bulls.

Conclusion
There must be balance between tradition and modern concepts like Animal rights. Need is to find a middle way which allows tradition while enforcing modern rights. 2017 Ordinance did just that.