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Sabarimala: One of the women who entered temple last year wants to go again, attacked with chilli spray
Bindu later told to media persons that the police were very irresponsible and they did not try to arrest the miscreant who had attacked her.
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 notorious gangster was arrested by the Madhya Pradesh police after he had managed to escape after unleashing terror on the Uttar Pradesh policemen on July 2 late night killing eight policemen including a DSP.
Netizens ask Netflix to cancel comedian Kenny Sebastian’s special show after he hurls obscene abuses
Social media users are demanding that Netflix reconsiders special show of Indian comic Kenny Sebastian after he was allegedly found hurling obscene abuses to people on his Instagram page.
Prashant Mishra, an aide of Vikas Dubey, was shot in the leg while trying to escape during his transit to Kanpur. He was admitted in hospital in a critical condition and later succumbed to injuries.
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Vij had earlier used similar words to mock the murders of truck drivers and traders in Kashmir.
Australian surfer Carmen Greentree abducted and raped for 2 months in a houseboat in Kashmir in 2004, pressurised to convert to Islam
Carmen Greentree has penned a book titled "A Dangerous Pursuit of Happiness" narrating her abduction and rape in Kashmir.
Only Muslims go to heaven, Ravish Kumar-like non-Muslims can only hope for a mild level of hell: Dr Zakir Naik explains
Naik said that virtues like honesty and charity cannot ensure qualifying marks for heaven or Jannah. Only Muslims can go to heaven and non-Muslims will go to hell by default, he says.
Payal Rohatgi’s Twitter account suspended, the actress says she is being targeted by ‘liberals and extremists’
Payal Rohatgi has stated that her efforts to share facts has been projected in a bad light by liberals and extremists who control Twitter.
The dark, disturbing world of mean and hateful ‘sly’ Bollywood insider gossip featuring Rajeev Masand, PinkVilla and others
Following Sushant Singh Rajput's suicide, prominent film journalists and critics were accused of writing vile 'blinds' aka unverified, vile gossip.