‘Activist’ Rehana Fathima, who was sacked by BSNL, asked to vacate residential quarter after police file POCSO case against her
BSNL had earlier sacked Rehana Fathima after it was found that her Facebook post had incited communal tension
Forget Sabarimala, look into regulating media instead: Kapil Sibal says media should not have right to freedom of speech and expression
Senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal raised concerns regarding the independence of the Judiciary during an online seminar on Saturday.
‘Kiss for love’ campaigner Rehana Fathima, who attempted to desecrate Sabarimala, booked for posting video of her kids painting on her topless body
"No child who has seen his own mother's nakedness and body can abuse the female body", claims Rehana Fathima in her Facebook post.
The first year of Modi Sarkar has been the most historic of any government in the history of independent India.
‘Activist’ Rehana Fathima, who had tried to desecrate Sabarimala temple, sacked from her job at BSNL
For 18 months, Rehana Fathima was under suspension after BSNL had received complaints from the public about her abusive posts
Kshetrayanam by Pragyata: 1-day conclave in Chennai to discuss challenges faced by Hindu sacred places and cultural practices
Pragyata is organising "Kshetrayanam" - an annual 1-day conclave that discusses the challenges facing our sacred spaces and their associated cultural practices
Sabarimala: Notice to close meat shops during Thiruvabharanam procession angers ‘seculars’, meat and animal carcasses found on path later
Meat and animal carcasses were reportedly found thrown on the road where the annual Thiruvabharanam procession for Sabarimala temple was set to pass through.
The Judiciary in 2019: Six significant verdicts that either created a storm or brought an end to one
The Judiciary in 2019 issued quite a few historic verdicts on various matters of import.
Judgement on Sabarimala not the last word: SC declines entry to Rehana Fathima and Bindu Ammini till review petitions heard
Sabarimala: SC said the issue was 'very emotive' and it did not want the situation to become 'explosive'
Kerala: Woman who entered Sabarimala last year with communist govt’s help moves SC seeking protection for entry this year
Bindu and another woman named Kanakadurga were sneaked into the Sabarimala shrine last year by the communist government in Kerala to forcibly break the traditions of the temple.