Topic: Lord Ayyappa

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.
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. 
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
Many names in the list are reportedly found false, some have the wrong age mentioned and some belong to male persons.
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
SP Manju Joseph had contested local elections on the Congress ticket and has more than 14 criminal cases pending against her
The intolerance of the Communist government and the zealotry of liberals has created an extremely tensed atmosphere in the state.
So far, the Kerala government has arrested 1369 people and detained 717 in connection with incidents of violence.
G Sudhakaran not only criticised the Tantri for performing the ritual ceremony but also went on to question the priest’s ‘Shuddhi’ (purity).
A BJP MP's house near Thalassery and RSS office in Kannur were attacked in Kerela allegedly by CPI(M) workers.
Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan had addressed the media confirming the death of Unnithaan and had stated that he had died due to a cardiac arrest.
Sasikala had earlier denied entering the Sabarimala shrine, fearing her safety
Two women Bindu and Kanakdurga in their 40s, accompanied by Kerala police has entered the Sabarimala shrine at 3.45am today causing massive anger amongst the Hindu devotees
The Supreme Court will begin hearing petitions seeking review of its order from January 22
Venugopalan Nair, 49 while protesting against the state government, poured petrol over his body, set himself ablaze at around 2 am in the morning on Thursday.
BJP has come out strongly in support of the Ayappa devotees.
KP Sasikala took a jibe at Kerala police chief Loknath Behera saying that she hails the decision to reward the cops as they had to work at Sabarimala without even the basic amenities.
The VHP accused Pinarayi Vijayan of trying to turn Kerala into a Hindu-free state like Kashmir.
The Kerala High Court observations come hours after the Kerala police forcefully evicted several Hindu devotees from the Sabarimala temple.
The devotees of Lord Ayyappa chanted hymns, staged 'Namjapa' protests demanding that the severe restrictions and security should be removed.
K Surendran was carrying "Irrumudikettu" (bundle containing offerings for the Lord), when Kerala police stopped him from moving ahead to reach the Sabarimala shrine.
Trupti Desai had arrived at Kochi on Friday in her bid to desecrate the Sabarimala Temple.
Trupti Desai, along with six others had arrived at Kochi Airport at around 4 am on November 17th to visit the Sabarimala shrine but faced severe protests.
Trupti Desai has vowed that she will not return to Maharashtra till she does a darshan at the Sabarimala temple
The Sabarimala shrine reopens on Nov 17 and the Kerala government assured the entry of 'all' devotees.
Worship is not only about the deity but also geography and form specifically and this should be understood in Sabarimala's context
But diversity cannot survive without exclusion and our constitution builders identified this need
The Save Sabarimala protestors have been steadfastly protesting against the Supreme Court's verdict of allowing women to enter the temple
The Sabarimala opened its door for the second time after the September 28, Supreme Court's verdict.
He was released on bail by a local court only on the 22nd of this month.

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