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Kerala: Child registered as 10 year old, stopped from entering Sabarimala after Aadhar reveals she is 12
The Sabarimala shrine of Lord Ayyappa in Sabarimala had opened for the annual 41-day pilgrimage on November 17 (Saturday) marking the beginning of the Mandala Puja
Kerala: Police send back 10 women between ages of 10 to 50 who had travelled from Andhra Pradesh to desecrate Sabarimala shrine
Kerala police send back 10 women who had travelled from Andhra Pradesh to desecrate Sabarimala shrine
Sabarimala opens today for annual ‘Mandala Pooja’, no police protection for women activists entering the shrine
Sabarimala shrine opens today for its 41-day annual pilgrimage at 5 PM.
The drama is back: Trupti Desai says she plans to enter Sabarimala soon, urges Kerala police to escort her inside sanctum sanctorum
Trupti Desai urged the Kerala government to ensure that police escort women right inside the temple, near the sanctum sanctorum.
SC order on Sabarimala is ‘complex’, will not provide assistance to women entering the shrine: Kerala Minister
Calling the verdict 'complex', the Kerala government stated yesterday that it is yet to decide what they will do if there are women in the 10-50 age group wishing to enter the Sabarimala shrine.
Today’s judgement by Supreme Court has effectively dislodged the 2018 verdict in Sabarimala case: Advocate J Sai Deepak
Sabarimala verdict: OpIndia.com spoke to J Sai Deepak, the advocate representing the group People for Dharma and the Pandalam Royal Family to get more clarity on the judgement
Today, a five-judge bench of the Supreme Court decided to refer a bundle of cases including Sabarimala to a larger seven-judge bench
Tradition at Sabarimala has nothing to do with 'impurity'. It is based on the celibate nature of Swami Ayyappa
SC refers the Sabarimala matter to a larger bench by 3:2 majority, pegged with issues like women entry into Mosques and FGM
SC referred Sabarimala review petitions to a larger bench by a 3:2 majority
The Supreme Court has delivered a verdict on the highly contentious issue of Ram Temple-Babri Masjid last week
Sabarimala: Kerala govt says it will help menstruating women enter temple after asking Modi govt to protect tradition
Pinarayi Vijayan-led communist government in Kerala had been accused for using brute force to evict temple devotees from Sabarimala shrine
After Sabarimala, now Maa Tripureswari Temple, the Judiciary is killing the diversity of traditions within Hinduism
Tripureswari animal sacrifice ban: A particular worldview is being forced down our throats without our consent.
Lady who forcibly tried to enter Sabarimala says Muslim fanatics from SDPI paid her husband to convert her and daughter to Islam
Lady who tried to enter Sabarimala has accused her husband of receiving money from SDPI for converting the couple's daughter, Bhoomi, into Islam
In stark contrast to Sabarimala case, SC rejects PIL demanding Muslim women entry into Mosques, ban purdah system
Supreme Court upheld the Kerala High Court's orders questioning the locus standi of the petitioner while dismissing the petition demanding entry for women into mosques for praying
Despite being in power in the state, the CPI(M) had an electoral rout in Kerala, winning only 2 of the 20 Lok Sabha seats.
CPM's student body insults the sentiments of Ayyappa devotees by deregatory posters
The bill has also asked to drop all legal proceedings against the Sabarimala temple.
No Mr Owaisi, the oppressive practice of Triple Talaq and the traditions of Sabarimala cannot be equated. Here is why
The debate in the Lok Sabha around the Triple talaq Bill also shows how 'Secular' parties always empower the fundamental sections of the Muslim community while ignoring the concerns of the Muslim women.
After heaping atrocities on Sabarimala devotees, communists in Kerala now ask centre for law to protect Sabarimala traditions
CPM in Kerala does a U-turn, now asks union govt to bring law to protect customs of Sabarimala temple
Meenakshi Lekhi demands bill granting denominational status to Sabarimala temple, says that the private member bill is defective
She urged the legislators that with the pending review petition, the focus must be on defining what are 'denominational practices'
Kerala MP to table private member’s bill at Lok Sabha to overturn the Supreme Court’s Sabarimala verdict
The bill seeks status quo on religious practices of the Sabarimala Sreedharma Sastha Temple, as existed on the 1st day of September 2018
Kerala government intervenes to stop removal of illegal crosses planted at Panchalimedu near Sabarimala: Reports
A village officer had given the Church time until today to remove the crosses. However, after the intervention of the state government, the revenue department has now stalled the process claiming it to be a matter of 'faith'.
Village officer issues order to demolish and remove crosses planted by Church on encroached land near Sabarimala
Crosses have been planted on the sacred lands of Panchalimedu, believed to be a place inhabited by Pandavas during the 12 years of exile.
Church aided by Kerala’s communist govt now accused of sponsoring land-grabbing in sacred forestland around Sabarimala
Four decades ago, the Christian organisations had made a similar attempt to grab the Sabarimala lands in Nilakkal by claiming that they had unearthed a stone cross established by Jesus' apostle Saint Thomas in 57 A.D.
Congress, communists and Muslim League have attacked the root of our faith in Sabarimala: PM Modi in Tamil Nadu
PM Modi stated that fishermen are benefiting from technology. The NAVIK technology developed by ISRO provides navigation and safety information to fishermen in their own language.
BJP promises to secure constitutional protection on issues related to faith and belief in its manifesto
Former ‘model’ Rehana Fathima, who attempted to desecrate Sabarimala, convicted in cheque fraud case
Rehana Fathima, who has a controversial past, was earlier arrested after her Sabarimala misadventure for hurting religious sentiments through a Facebook post.
While the temple board does a U-turn, Supreme Court reserves its judgement on the Sabarimala review petitions
Almost four months since the SC allowed women of menstrual age into the Sabarimala temple, the court today began hearing the review petitions challenging its September verdict.
Kerala: Kanaka Durga gets a court order to enter her in-law’s house after she was not allowed for desecrating Sabarimala temple
However, Kanaka Durga was not able to see her children. According to her, she has no problems staying with them but they do not want to stay with her.
From killing Kar Sevaks to thrashing Sabarimala devotees, Indian secularism means hostility towards Hindus
Mulayam Singh Yadav's confession that Kar Sevaks were shot dead to protect Muslims shows the real face of Indian secularism