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Sabarimala Thantri family disowns Rahul Easwar, says he has nothing to do with practices of the temple
The Thantri family has dissociated itself from the statements made by Easwar about polluting the temple by spilling blood.
Sabarimala case: Kerala High Court expresses displeasure over Kerala police’s excesses against Sabarimala devotees
The Kerala High court has also ordered that necessary action should be taken against those police officials who acted disproportionately.
Rajdeep attempts to insult Hindus by equating Sati with Sabarimala traditions, gets caught in his own hate
There has been a constant attempt by the 'liberal'-activists to demonise Hindu traditions and festivals.
We are witnessing the last rites of Communism in India. Bengal is gone. Tripura is gone. Game over in Kerala.
For a global participant like India, which is known for its cultural equity, it is very important for decision makers to resist from sounding aloof or foreign.
The only question is: Do we have it in us?
Kerala government’s brutal crackdown on Sabarimala devotees, plans to impose heavy penalty on those arrested: Reports
Kerala government can impose fines up to Rs 13 lakh on some of the arrested Sabarimala devotees and also has issued look-out notices for hundreds of others.
The Kerala Police have come down hard on the Sabarimala devotees protesting to uphold their traditions
Lawyer who ‘sued’ Lord Ram for ‘domestic violence’, files complaint against Smriti Irani for her Sabarimala remarks
He had also filed petitions against Radhe Maa, Hardik Patel and former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah
The Kerala police have been carrying out mass arrests in several towns of the state.
Mandatory security clearances to restrict entry and exit to Sabarimala shrine to be put in
BSNL said more action will follow after the completion of an internal enquiry against Rehana Fathima
Battle for Sabarimala: Consequences, fall-out of Communist atrocity, its heroes and hope for new dawn
The battle has been won but the War is not yet over.
‘We need to recognise that we have a right to pray, not desecrate’: Smriti Irani when asked about Sabarimala
Her statement appears to have been taken out of context
He was arrested on the 17th of October.
Former TDB president urged devotees to deposit paper pieces with the writing 'Swami Saranam' in the offering boxes
Kerala government has ordered all media persons to vacate the temple area and Pamba.
Kerala: Communist govt asks journalists to leave Sabarimala, devotees see conspiracy to desecrate temple
The devotees believe that state government may use force to remove devotees from the shrine and allow few women to enter the temple.
It seems like the activists wanted to hack the media arm of Asianet
The devotees are struggling to ensure the continuity of their own tradition.
Questions were raised whether the Communist government of Kerala was more than happy to allow Hindu religious sentiments to be hurt
Sabarimala: Will not allow activists to use the temple as a place to prove their point, Kerala Devaswom Minister
A journalist, Kavitha Jakkala and an activist Rehana Fatima, tried to enter the shrine.
There have been reports of Kerala state police resorting to violence as well
Kerala CM says ‘some customs meant to be violated’, intent of women trying to enter Sabarimala temple questioned
It has been accused that CPM is trying to divide people over the Sabarimala issue
Sabarimala turns into a war zone as communist government lathicharges and pelts stones at protesting devotees
Protesters blocking entry of women into Sabarimala temple clashes with police
Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan has assured devotees of security.
Sabarimala: Despite protests, Kerala CM decides not to file review petition, assures implementation of SC order
The Travancore Devaswom Board, the Pandalam Royal Family and the Tanthris of the temple had all opposed the petition in the Supreme Court.
Kerala High Court says there is no proof that Muslim women are not allowed inside mosques
Earlier, the priests and the Pandalam royal family had refused to hold talks with the leftist government of Kerala.
The Kerala government had invited to hold talks with the concerned stakeholders after it had faced severe backlash for its decision to implement the order of the top court and not to file a review petition.