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  • "Why Impose Restrictions?": Court Slams Kerala Government On Sabarimala

    "Why Impose Restrictions?": Court Slams Kerala Government On Sabarimala

    The Kerala High Court today asked the state government to explain why it had imposed restrictions on the Sabarimala shrine and its surrounding areas, and directed the Pathanamthitta district magistrate to produce documents detailing the reasons that prompted such an action.

  • RSS Vitiates Sabarimala: Pinarayi Vijayan Counters Amit Shah's "Gulag" Jab

    RSS Vitiates Sabarimala: Pinarayi Vijayan Counters Amit Shah's "Gulag" Jab

    Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Tuesday said Sangh Parivar has "vitiated" the atmosphere in Sabarimala and accused the RSS, the ideological mentor of the BJP, of sponsoring the protest in the state against women of all ages entering the hill shrine.

  • Late-Night Clashes At Sabarimala; "Worse Than Emergency," Says Minister

    Late-Night Clashes At Sabarimala; "Worse Than Emergency," Says Minister

    70people were arrested at the Sabarimala temple late last night triggering massive protests in multiple parts of Kerala, including the Chief Minister's home.

  • "You Can't Stop Us," Says BJP Leader Near Sabarimala, Taken Away By Cops

    "You Can't Stop Us," Says BJP Leader Near Sabarimala, Taken Away By Cops

    A BJP leader has been detained after he was stopped from heading to the hill-top shrine of Lord Ayyappa in Sabarimala on Saturday evening. Kerala BJP's general secretary K Surendran and his party workers were blocked at Nilakkal base camp and asked to return. When Mr Surendran refused, he was taken away in a police vehicle. His detention was descri...

  • Shutdown Call After Right-Wing Leader's Arrest Near Sabarimala: 10 Points

    Shutdown Call After Right-Wing Leader's Arrest Near Sabarimala: 10 Points

    Amid tight security and a shutdown call by a right-wing group following the arrest of its Kerala chief, thousands of devotees trekked to Sabarimala and offered prayers to Lord Ayyappa. The hill-top shrine opened for the third time on Friday since the Supreme Court order for 62-day-long Mandala Pooja-Magaravilaku annual pilgrimage. Lakhs of devotees...

  • Dewasom Board To Seek More Time To Implement Supreme Court's Sabarimala Order

    Dewasom Board To Seek More Time To Implement Supreme Court's Sabarimala Order

    The Travancore Dewasom Board (TDB) has decided to move the Supreme Court seeking more time to implement its September order that removed a ban on women of menstruating age entering the Sabarimala temple in Kerala.

  • Activist Trupti Desai Drops Sabarimala Visit Plan Amid Protests: 10 Facts

    Activist Trupti Desai Drops Sabarimala Visit Plan Amid Protests: 10 Facts

    Activist Trupti Desai has called off her plan to visit the Ayyappa temple at Sabarimala over concerns of law and order, and is returning to Pune. Although the seven-member group led by the Pune-based activist arrived at the Kochi airport this morning, she was unable to leave the building or even hail a taxi because of the protesters outside. Ms Tru...

  • No Bail For Activist Rehana Fathima Who Almost Made History At Sabarimala

    No Bail For Activist Rehana Fathima Who Almost Made History At Sabarimala

    Kerala High Court on Friday denied anticipatory bail to model and activist Rehana Fathima who had almost made it to the Sabarimala temple in October after the Supreme Court ruling lifted a ban on women of menstruating age entering the hill shrine.

  • "Trupti Desai An RSS Activist": Kerala Minister On Her Sabarimala Plan

    "Trupti Desai An RSS Activist": Kerala Minister On Her Sabarimala Plan

    A Kerala minister on Friday said women rights activist Trupti Desai who has been blocked at Kochi airport is an RSS activist and she is being used by the BJP to further its political agenda in the state in the name of Lord Ayyappa, the deity at Sabarimala temple.

  • Asked To Return By Police, Says Trupti Desai As Sabarimala Temple Reopens

    Asked To Return By Police, Says Trupti Desai As Sabarimala Temple Reopens

    Activist Trupti Desai, who wants to enter Kerala's Sabarimala temple in defiance of a decades-old custom on women of menstrual age, says she has been asked by the police to return from the Kochi airport due to hundreds of protesters blocking it since she she landed 13 hours ago early this morning. The hilltop shrine opened at 5 pm today for a two-m...

  • Separate Days For Women At Sabarimala Temple? Kerala Weighs Plan

    Separate Days For Women At Sabarimala Temple? Kerala Weighs Plan

    The Congress and the BJP walked out of the all-party meeting on Sabarimala called by Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Thursday. The Chief Minister's meeting was aimed at discussing the row over the entry of women of menstruating ages at the Sabarimala temple, ahead of the two-month long annual 'Mandala Makkaravillakku' or the pilgrimage se...

  • I Will Be At Sabarimala Temple On November 17, Says Activist Trupti Desai

    I Will Be At Sabarimala Temple On November 17, Says Activist Trupti Desai

    The Pune-based womens rights activist Trupti Desai on Wednesday said she would go for offering prayers at Sabarimala temple on November 17, the day the hill shrine opens for the two-month annual pilgrim season.

  • Sabarimala A Secular Temple, Says Left Government in Kerala

    Sabarimala A Secular Temple, Says Left Government in Kerala

    The Sabarimala is a secular temple and the entry of the devotees to the shrine cannot be restricted on the grounds of religion or caste, the Kerala government has said.

  • 500 Women, Aged 10-50, Sign Up For Sabarimala Visit On Kerala Portal

    500 Women, Aged 10-50, Sign Up For Sabarimala Visit On Kerala Portal

    More than 500 women aged between 10 and 50 have registered with the online booking system for pilgrims who want to visit Kerala's Sabarimala temple, the site of violent protests by those who want to enforce a customary ban on women of menstrual age despite a Supreme Court order.

  • Kerala BJP Chief Moves High Court Seeking To Drop Complaint Against Him

    Kerala BJP Chief Moves High Court Seeking To Drop Complaint Against Him

    Kerala BJP president PS Sreedharan Pillai on Friday moved the High Court seeking quashing of a complaint registered against him by the police for his speech on the Sabarimala protests.

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'Sneha Mary Koshy' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • "Why Impose Restrictions?": Court Slams Kerala Government On Sabarimala

    "Why Impose Restrictions?": Court Slams Kerala Government On Sabarimala

    The Kerala High Court today asked the state government to explain why it had imposed restrictions on the Sabarimala shrine and its surrounding areas, and directed the Pathanamthitta district magistrate to produce documents detailing the reasons that prompted such an action.

  • RSS Vitiates Sabarimala: Pinarayi Vijayan Counters Amit Shah's "Gulag" Jab

    RSS Vitiates Sabarimala: Pinarayi Vijayan Counters Amit Shah's "Gulag" Jab

    Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Tuesday said Sangh Parivar has "vitiated" the atmosphere in Sabarimala and accused the RSS, the ideological mentor of the BJP, of sponsoring the protest in the state against women of all ages entering the hill shrine.

  • Late-Night Clashes At Sabarimala; "Worse Than Emergency," Says Minister

    Late-Night Clashes At Sabarimala; "Worse Than Emergency," Says Minister

    70people were arrested at the Sabarimala temple late last night triggering massive protests in multiple parts of Kerala, including the Chief Minister's home.

  • "You Can't Stop Us," Says BJP Leader Near Sabarimala, Taken Away By Cops

    "You Can't Stop Us," Says BJP Leader Near Sabarimala, Taken Away By Cops

    A BJP leader has been detained after he was stopped from heading to the hill-top shrine of Lord Ayyappa in Sabarimala on Saturday evening. Kerala BJP's general secretary K Surendran and his party workers were blocked at Nilakkal base camp and asked to return. When Mr Surendran refused, he was taken away in a police vehicle. His detention was descri...

  • Shutdown Call After Right-Wing Leader's Arrest Near Sabarimala: 10 Points

    Shutdown Call After Right-Wing Leader's Arrest Near Sabarimala: 10 Points

    Amid tight security and a shutdown call by a right-wing group following the arrest of its Kerala chief, thousands of devotees trekked to Sabarimala and offered prayers to Lord Ayyappa. The hill-top shrine opened for the third time on Friday since the Supreme Court order for 62-day-long Mandala Pooja-Magaravilaku annual pilgrimage. Lakhs of devotees...

  • Dewasom Board To Seek More Time To Implement Supreme Court's Sabarimala Order

    Dewasom Board To Seek More Time To Implement Supreme Court's Sabarimala Order

    The Travancore Dewasom Board (TDB) has decided to move the Supreme Court seeking more time to implement its September order that removed a ban on women of menstruating age entering the Sabarimala temple in Kerala.

  • Activist Trupti Desai Drops Sabarimala Visit Plan Amid Protests: 10 Facts

    Activist Trupti Desai Drops Sabarimala Visit Plan Amid Protests: 10 Facts

    Activist Trupti Desai has called off her plan to visit the Ayyappa temple at Sabarimala over concerns of law and order, and is returning to Pune. Although the seven-member group led by the Pune-based activist arrived at the Kochi airport this morning, she was unable to leave the building or even hail a taxi because of the protesters outside. Ms Tru...

  • No Bail For Activist Rehana Fathima Who Almost Made History At Sabarimala

    No Bail For Activist Rehana Fathima Who Almost Made History At Sabarimala

    Kerala High Court on Friday denied anticipatory bail to model and activist Rehana Fathima who had almost made it to the Sabarimala temple in October after the Supreme Court ruling lifted a ban on women of menstruating age entering the hill shrine.

  • "Trupti Desai An RSS Activist": Kerala Minister On Her Sabarimala Plan

    "Trupti Desai An RSS Activist": Kerala Minister On Her Sabarimala Plan

    A Kerala minister on Friday said women rights activist Trupti Desai who has been blocked at Kochi airport is an RSS activist and she is being used by the BJP to further its political agenda in the state in the name of Lord Ayyappa, the deity at Sabarimala temple.

  • Asked To Return By Police, Says Trupti Desai As Sabarimala Temple Reopens

    Asked To Return By Police, Says Trupti Desai As Sabarimala Temple Reopens

    Activist Trupti Desai, who wants to enter Kerala's Sabarimala temple in defiance of a decades-old custom on women of menstrual age, says she has been asked by the police to return from the Kochi airport due to hundreds of protesters blocking it since she she landed 13 hours ago early this morning. The hilltop shrine opened at 5 pm today for a two-m...

  • Separate Days For Women At Sabarimala Temple? Kerala Weighs Plan

    Separate Days For Women At Sabarimala Temple? Kerala Weighs Plan

    The Congress and the BJP walked out of the all-party meeting on Sabarimala called by Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Thursday. The Chief Minister's meeting was aimed at discussing the row over the entry of women of menstruating ages at the Sabarimala temple, ahead of the two-month long annual 'Mandala Makkaravillakku' or the pilgrimage se...

  • I Will Be At Sabarimala Temple On November 17, Says Activist Trupti Desai

    I Will Be At Sabarimala Temple On November 17, Says Activist Trupti Desai

    The Pune-based womens rights activist Trupti Desai on Wednesday said she would go for offering prayers at Sabarimala temple on November 17, the day the hill shrine opens for the two-month annual pilgrim season.

  • Sabarimala A Secular Temple, Says Left Government in Kerala

    Sabarimala A Secular Temple, Says Left Government in Kerala

    The Sabarimala is a secular temple and the entry of the devotees to the shrine cannot be restricted on the grounds of religion or caste, the Kerala government has said.

  • 500 Women, Aged 10-50, Sign Up For Sabarimala Visit On Kerala Portal

    500 Women, Aged 10-50, Sign Up For Sabarimala Visit On Kerala Portal

    More than 500 women aged between 10 and 50 have registered with the online booking system for pilgrims who want to visit Kerala's Sabarimala temple, the site of violent protests by those who want to enforce a customary ban on women of menstrual age despite a Supreme Court order.

  • Kerala BJP Chief Moves High Court Seeking To Drop Complaint Against Him

    Kerala BJP Chief Moves High Court Seeking To Drop Complaint Against Him

    Kerala BJP president PS Sreedharan Pillai on Friday moved the High Court seeking quashing of a complaint registered against him by the police for his speech on the Sabarimala protests.

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