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  • "Let Us Live Together Till Trial's Over": Kerala Nuns To Pinarayi Vijayan

    "Let Us Live Together Till Trial's Over": Kerala Nuns To Pinarayi Vijayan

    The nuns, in the letter to Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, write that they are facing threats. The Bishop is very powerful and wants to sabotage the case, they write.

  • Kerala's List Of 51 Women Who Entered Sabarimala Has A Tamil Nadu Man

    Kerala's List Of 51 Women Who Entered Sabarimala Has A Tamil Nadu Man

    The Kerala government on Friday claimed that 51 women between the ages of 10 and 50 have entered the Sabarimala temple since the Supreme Court's September verdict allowing women of reproductive age into the shrine. A list of names along with their age and Aadhaar details was also submitted in the court.

  • "May Meet Dead Priest's Fate": Kerala Nuns Turn Down Transfer Orders

    "May Meet Dead Priest's Fate": Kerala Nuns Turn Down Transfer Orders

    Even as the Catholic Church's Jalandhar diocese reiterated its support for rape-accused Bishop Franco Mulakkal, five nuns leading the campaign against him said they have refused to accept transfer orders issued to them for fear of being targeted.

  • "Attempt To Weaken Case Against Jalandhar Bishop": Kerala Nuns On Transfer Orders

    "Attempt To Weaken Case Against Jalandhar Bishop": Kerala Nuns On Transfer Orders

    Four Kerala nuns, who campaigned against former Jalandhar Bishop Franco Mulakkal accused of sexually assaulting a nun in Kerala, have got reminder notices to "obey" their transfer orders issued by the Missionaries of Jesus Congregation.

  • Pinarayi Vijayan Booed By Suspected BJP Supporters, Issues Sharp Rebuke

    Pinarayi Vijayan Booed By Suspected BJP Supporters, Issues Sharp Rebuke

    Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Tuesday warned a section of suspected BJP supporters, who booed him as he started to speak during the inauguration of a road at Kollam. Mr Vijayan sharply rebuked them, saying the behaviour was not acceptable. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was also present at the venue when the incident took place.

  • Early Morning Clashes At Sabarimala As 2 Women Attempt To Enter Temple

    Early Morning Clashes At Sabarimala As 2 Women Attempt To Enter Temple

    Sabarimala Temple: Massive protests broke out near the Sabarimala temple in Kerala this morning after two women tried to trek up to the hill shrine. The women were surrounded by a large number of protesters around 1 km after they crossed the base camp.

  • "Cut From List": Shashi Tharoor Says Not Allowed Into Temple With PM Modi

    "Cut From List": Shashi Tharoor Says Not Allowed Into Temple With PM Modi

    Congress leader Shashi Tharoor alleged that he and other local leaders were not allowed to enter the centuries-old Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple in Kerala's capital Thiruvananthapuram during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Kerala on Tuesday. Mr Tharoor, who is the lawmaker from the city, accused the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) of striking t...

  • Twitter Trolls Attack PM For Inaugurating 13 Km Kollam Bypass In Kerala

    Twitter Trolls Attack PM For Inaugurating 13 Km Kollam Bypass In Kerala

    Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Kerala today for the launch of two projects, there was much trolling on Twitter. What amused his critics, mainly supporters of the state's ruling Left government, was the prime minister's "long" journey for the opening of the 13 km Kollam bypass.

  • Woman Who Entered Sabarimala Alleges "Mother-In-Law Beat Me", In Hospital

    Woman Who Entered Sabarimala Alleges "Mother-In-Law Beat Me", In Hospital

    One of the two women who walked into Kerala's Sabarimala earlier this month and became the first to defy the temple's ban on women of menstrual age - or between 10 and 50 - is in hospital after being attacked allegedly by her mother-in-law.

  • Bureaucrat, 38, First Woman To Trek To Kerala Peak After Court Lifts Ban

    Bureaucrat, 38, First Woman To Trek To Kerala Peak After Court Lifts Ban

    Dhanya Sanal, 38, is the first woman to begin the trek to Agastyarkoodam peak, a biodiversity hotspot and the second highest peak of Kerala. Ms Sanal is a 2012 Indian Information Service Officer, currently posted as a defence spokesperson, in Thiruvananthapuram.

  • A Panchayat In Kerala Worried About Its Vanishing Land

    A Panchayat In Kerala Worried About Its Vanishing Land

    A major environmental concern for Kerala is the vanishing land in Kollam district, which is rich in mineral resources.

  • Kerala Nun Who Took On Bishop Gets Notice For "Harming" Church, Owning A Car

    Kerala Nun Who Took On Bishop Gets Notice For "Harming" Church, Owning A Car

    A nun who published poems, bought a car and took part in a protest against former Jalandhar Bishop Franco Mulakkal in connection with a rape case has been issued a notice by her superiors for indulging in anti-Church activities and leading a life "against the principles of religious life".

  • 36-Year-Old Dyes Hair Grey, Claims To Have Entered Sabarimala Temple

    36-Year-Old Dyes Hair Grey, Claims To Have Entered Sabarimala Temple

    A 36-year-old activist from Kerala has claimed she entered the Sabarimala temple on Tuesday. A Facebook group called 'Renaissance Kerala Towards Sabarimala' has posted a series of videos and photos of the activist, Manju, to prove the claim.

  • "Knew Life Would Be In Danger, But...": Women Who Prayed At Sabarimala

    "Knew Life Would Be In Danger, But...": Women Who Prayed At Sabarimala

    Bindu Ammini and Kanaka Durga, the two women in their 40s, who created history by defying threats from right-wing groups and offering prayers at Kerala's Sabarimala temple this week, have told NDTV that even though their move may have endangered their lives but it was their constitutional right.

  • Crude Bombs Thrown At Left Leader, BJP Parliamentarian Homes In Kerala

    Crude Bombs Thrown At Left Leader, BJP Parliamentarian Homes In Kerala

    A crude bomb was thrown at the house of a BJP parliamentarian in Kerala hours after a similar attack on the house of a Left party legislator was reported to the police on Friday night. The family of BJP parliamentarian V Muraleedharan were sleeping at their ancestral house at Thalassery in Kannur district when they were attacked at midnight. No one...

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  • "Let Us Live Together Till Trial's Over": Kerala Nuns To Pinarayi Vijayan

    "Let Us Live Together Till Trial's Over": Kerala Nuns To Pinarayi Vijayan

    The nuns, in the letter to Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, write that they are facing threats. The Bishop is very powerful and wants to sabotage the case, they write.

  • Kerala's List Of 51 Women Who Entered Sabarimala Has A Tamil Nadu Man

    Kerala's List Of 51 Women Who Entered Sabarimala Has A Tamil Nadu Man

    The Kerala government on Friday claimed that 51 women between the ages of 10 and 50 have entered the Sabarimala temple since the Supreme Court's September verdict allowing women of reproductive age into the shrine. A list of names along with their age and Aadhaar details was also submitted in the court.

  • "May Meet Dead Priest's Fate": Kerala Nuns Turn Down Transfer Orders

    "May Meet Dead Priest's Fate": Kerala Nuns Turn Down Transfer Orders

    Even as the Catholic Church's Jalandhar diocese reiterated its support for rape-accused Bishop Franco Mulakkal, five nuns leading the campaign against him said they have refused to accept transfer orders issued to them for fear of being targeted.

  • "Attempt To Weaken Case Against Jalandhar Bishop": Kerala Nuns On Transfer Orders

    "Attempt To Weaken Case Against Jalandhar Bishop": Kerala Nuns On Transfer Orders

    Four Kerala nuns, who campaigned against former Jalandhar Bishop Franco Mulakkal accused of sexually assaulting a nun in Kerala, have got reminder notices to "obey" their transfer orders issued by the Missionaries of Jesus Congregation.

  • Pinarayi Vijayan Booed By Suspected BJP Supporters, Issues Sharp Rebuke

    Pinarayi Vijayan Booed By Suspected BJP Supporters, Issues Sharp Rebuke

    Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Tuesday warned a section of suspected BJP supporters, who booed him as he started to speak during the inauguration of a road at Kollam. Mr Vijayan sharply rebuked them, saying the behaviour was not acceptable. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was also present at the venue when the incident took place.

  • Early Morning Clashes At Sabarimala As 2 Women Attempt To Enter Temple

    Early Morning Clashes At Sabarimala As 2 Women Attempt To Enter Temple

    Sabarimala Temple: Massive protests broke out near the Sabarimala temple in Kerala this morning after two women tried to trek up to the hill shrine. The women were surrounded by a large number of protesters around 1 km after they crossed the base camp.

  • "Cut From List": Shashi Tharoor Says Not Allowed Into Temple With PM Modi

    "Cut From List": Shashi Tharoor Says Not Allowed Into Temple With PM Modi

    Congress leader Shashi Tharoor alleged that he and other local leaders were not allowed to enter the centuries-old Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple in Kerala's capital Thiruvananthapuram during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Kerala on Tuesday. Mr Tharoor, who is the lawmaker from the city, accused the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) of striking t...

  • Twitter Trolls Attack PM For Inaugurating 13 Km Kollam Bypass In Kerala

    Twitter Trolls Attack PM For Inaugurating 13 Km Kollam Bypass In Kerala

    Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Kerala today for the launch of two projects, there was much trolling on Twitter. What amused his critics, mainly supporters of the state's ruling Left government, was the prime minister's "long" journey for the opening of the 13 km Kollam bypass.

  • Woman Who Entered Sabarimala Alleges "Mother-In-Law Beat Me", In Hospital

    Woman Who Entered Sabarimala Alleges "Mother-In-Law Beat Me", In Hospital

    One of the two women who walked into Kerala's Sabarimala earlier this month and became the first to defy the temple's ban on women of menstrual age - or between 10 and 50 - is in hospital after being attacked allegedly by her mother-in-law.

  • Bureaucrat, 38, First Woman To Trek To Kerala Peak After Court Lifts Ban

    Bureaucrat, 38, First Woman To Trek To Kerala Peak After Court Lifts Ban

    Dhanya Sanal, 38, is the first woman to begin the trek to Agastyarkoodam peak, a biodiversity hotspot and the second highest peak of Kerala. Ms Sanal is a 2012 Indian Information Service Officer, currently posted as a defence spokesperson, in Thiruvananthapuram.

  • A Panchayat In Kerala Worried About Its Vanishing Land

    A Panchayat In Kerala Worried About Its Vanishing Land

    A major environmental concern for Kerala is the vanishing land in Kollam district, which is rich in mineral resources.

  • Kerala Nun Who Took On Bishop Gets Notice For "Harming" Church, Owning A Car

    Kerala Nun Who Took On Bishop Gets Notice For "Harming" Church, Owning A Car

    A nun who published poems, bought a car and took part in a protest against former Jalandhar Bishop Franco Mulakkal in connection with a rape case has been issued a notice by her superiors for indulging in anti-Church activities and leading a life "against the principles of religious life".

  • 36-Year-Old Dyes Hair Grey, Claims To Have Entered Sabarimala Temple

    36-Year-Old Dyes Hair Grey, Claims To Have Entered Sabarimala Temple

    A 36-year-old activist from Kerala has claimed she entered the Sabarimala temple on Tuesday. A Facebook group called 'Renaissance Kerala Towards Sabarimala' has posted a series of videos and photos of the activist, Manju, to prove the claim.

  • "Knew Life Would Be In Danger, But...": Women Who Prayed At Sabarimala

    "Knew Life Would Be In Danger, But...": Women Who Prayed At Sabarimala

    Bindu Ammini and Kanaka Durga, the two women in their 40s, who created history by defying threats from right-wing groups and offering prayers at Kerala's Sabarimala temple this week, have told NDTV that even though their move may have endangered their lives but it was their constitutional right.

  • Crude Bombs Thrown At Left Leader, BJP Parliamentarian Homes In Kerala

    Crude Bombs Thrown At Left Leader, BJP Parliamentarian Homes In Kerala

    A crude bomb was thrown at the house of a BJP parliamentarian in Kerala hours after a similar attack on the house of a Left party legislator was reported to the police on Friday night. The family of BJP parliamentarian V Muraleedharan were sleeping at their ancestral house at Thalassery in Kannur district when they were attacked at midnight. No one...

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