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SC dismisses petition seeking permission for entry of Muslim women in mosques

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
CPI(M) admits Sabarimala row as an issue that negatively impacted its electoral fortunes

CPM admits Sabarimala row proved detrimental to party’s fortunes in the Lok Sabha elections: Report

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.
Ayyappa poster by SFI

CPM’s student body SFI puts up derogatory poster of Sabarimala’s Lord Ayyappa at Kerala college

CPM's student body insults the sentiments of Ayyappa devotees by deregatory posters
Sabarimala bill

The Sabarimala private member’s bill tabled by Kerala MP asks only for maintaining ‘status quo’

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 Sabarimala

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
Govt intervenes to stop removal of crosses

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'.
Order to demolish and remove cross

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.
Land encroachment by Church in sacred forests of Sabarimala

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.
Caste based politics failed to win in UP, SP-BSP alliance failed

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.
Protests after Sabarimala verdict

BJP Manifesto promises to secure and protect faith, traditions and rituals related to Sabarimala

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

Only 2 women had entered Sabarimala, not 51: Kerala minister in assembly

The Devaswom Minister's latest declaration in the Assembly appears to be an admission that the Kerala government had submitted wrong information in the Court. 

RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat voices his support for traditions of Sabarimala Temple at Dharma Sansad in Kumbh

Significantly, RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat voiced his support for the traditions of the Sabarimala Temple

Four policeman dressed in plain clothes accompanied two women to Sabarimala on Jan 2: Police to Court

Kerala police made a disturbing revelation to the Kerala High Court stating that four policemen disguised as civilians protected and aided two middle-aged left-wing women to enter the Sabarimala shrine on January 2nd

Ayyappa Bhaktha Sangamam: Kerala sees one of the largest congregations of Hindus against Communist govt’s desecration of Sabarimala

Mata Amritanandmayi said the root cause of the problem at Sabarimala was 'lack of knowledge about temple traditions'.
Police arrest a total of 28 people in connection with defrauding Times of India of Rs 15 crore

Times Group’s communal propaganda: Supporting desecration of Sabarimala while publishing ‘Convert to Islam’ op-ed

The Kochi edition of the Times Group newspaper, Times of India, published an article with effusive praise for the religion with the headline "Convert to Islam"

Sabarimala: Kerala govt says 51 women entered shrine, panel slams VIP treatment by police

In a huge embarrassment for the ruling Pinarayi Vijayan government in Kerala, a High Court-appointed monitoring committee has slammed Kerala Police for taking unauthorised measures and treating the two woman activists like VIPs to facilitate their entry into the shrine.

Conduct of the Communist government in Sabarimala will go down in history as one of the most sinful behaviours: PM Modi

He accused the Congress party of having double standards on the issue of women's rights as it opposed the Triple Talaq Bill in the Parliament.

Women who desecrated Sabarimala alleges assault by mother-in-law on returning home

Kanakadurga's mother-in-law refused to allow her inside the house. When she forced herself in, it led to a fight and Kanakadurga was hit on her head
Congress double speak: Congress worker fakes identity as old woman to enter Sabarimala

38-year-old Congress worker SP Manju fakes her identity as an old woman to enter Sabarimala

SP Manju Joseph had contested local elections on the Congress ticket and has more than 14 criminal cases pending against her

After escorting women inside Sabarimala, Kerala government arrests women trying to enter the Vavar Mosque

The intolerance of the Communist government and the zealotry of liberals has created an extremely tensed atmosphere in the state.

After threatening temple traditions, Kerala Communist minister now abuses Sabarimala Tantri as a ‘monster’

G Sudhakaran not only criticised the Tantri for performing the ritual ceremony but also went on to question the priest’s ‘Shuddhi’ (purity).
Kerala government to impose fine up to Rs 13 on devotees

Sabarimala: BJP MP’s house, RSS office in Kannur attacked, allegedly by CPIM goons

A BJP MP's house near Thalassery and RSS office in Kannur were attacked in Kerela allegedly by CPI(M) workers.

The Jacobite Syrian Church should focus on the rape culture in Churches instead of Sabarimala

Churches should focus a little less on Sabarimala and more on the sexual exploitation of women and children by the Churches and Christian priests

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