Supreme Court On Sabarimala Temple


'Supreme Court On Sabarimala Temple' - 5 News Result(s)

  • 2 Different Voices In Supreme Court Are Dangerous: Attorney General

    2 Different Voices In Supreme Court Are Dangerous: Attorney General

    Attorney General K K Venugopal on Saturday expressed concern over the Supreme Court relying on the concept of constitutional morality after it gave a 4:1 verdict in the Sabarimala case and said it might be used now for the purpose of testing laws. On September 28, a five-judge Constitution bench, headed by the then Chief Justice Dipak Misra, in a 4...

  • Why Top Court Orders Being Implemented "Selectively" In Sabarimala: Court

    Why Top Court Orders Being Implemented "Selectively" In Sabarimala: Court

    Facing flak from various quarters on the Sabarimala issue, the CPI(M)-led LDF government in Kerala on Wednesday came in for severe criticism from the High Court which said it was adopting "double standards" in implementing Supreme Court judgements. The court questioned how despite an apex court order the state government was unable to ensure that a...

  • New Petitions On Sabarimala Only After Decision On Old Ones: Supreme Court

    New Petitions On Sabarimala Only After Decision On Old Ones: Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court today made it clear that fresh pleas related to the Sabarimala Temple will be heard only after it decides the earlier petitions seeking review of the judgment allowing entry of women of all age groups into the shrine in Kerala.

  • Supreme Court Declines Urgent Hearing On Sabarimala Verdict

    Supreme Court Declines Urgent Hearing On Sabarimala Verdict

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday declined early hearing on petitions seeking review of its September 28 verdict allowing women of all age groups into the Sabarimala temple in Kerala, and said they have been already listed for hearing.

  • Supreme Court Questions Practice Of Barring Women At Sabarimala

    Supreme Court Questions Practice Of Barring Women At Sabarimala

    The Supreme Court today questioned the centuries-old practice of barring entry of women between the age group of 10 to 50 years to Sabarimala temple in Kerala saying it would test whether "faith and belief" can differentiate among persons of same "denominations".

'Supreme Court On Sabarimala Temple' - 5 News Result(s)

  • 2 Different Voices In Supreme Court Are Dangerous: Attorney General

    2 Different Voices In Supreme Court Are Dangerous: Attorney General

    Attorney General K K Venugopal on Saturday expressed concern over the Supreme Court relying on the concept of constitutional morality after it gave a 4:1 verdict in the Sabarimala case and said it might be used now for the purpose of testing laws. On September 28, a five-judge Constitution bench, headed by the then Chief Justice Dipak Misra, in a 4...

  • Why Top Court Orders Being Implemented "Selectively" In Sabarimala: Court

    Why Top Court Orders Being Implemented "Selectively" In Sabarimala: Court

    Facing flak from various quarters on the Sabarimala issue, the CPI(M)-led LDF government in Kerala on Wednesday came in for severe criticism from the High Court which said it was adopting "double standards" in implementing Supreme Court judgements. The court questioned how despite an apex court order the state government was unable to ensure that a...

  • New Petitions On Sabarimala Only After Decision On Old Ones: Supreme Court

    New Petitions On Sabarimala Only After Decision On Old Ones: Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court today made it clear that fresh pleas related to the Sabarimala Temple will be heard only after it decides the earlier petitions seeking review of the judgment allowing entry of women of all age groups into the shrine in Kerala.

  • Supreme Court Declines Urgent Hearing On Sabarimala Verdict

    Supreme Court Declines Urgent Hearing On Sabarimala Verdict

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday declined early hearing on petitions seeking review of its September 28 verdict allowing women of all age groups into the Sabarimala temple in Kerala, and said they have been already listed for hearing.

  • Supreme Court Questions Practice Of Barring Women At Sabarimala

    Supreme Court Questions Practice Of Barring Women At Sabarimala

    The Supreme Court today questioned the centuries-old practice of barring entry of women between the age group of 10 to 50 years to Sabarimala temple in Kerala saying it would test whether "faith and belief" can differentiate among persons of same "denominations".

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