Miscreants destroy Sabarimala Ayyappa temple mast Kerala (Thiruvananthapuram) June 25 : The base (panchavargathara) of the new golden temple mast installed at Sabarimala Ayyappa temple on Sunday was found destroyed using mercury. The ceremonial installation of the new temple mast was to be held today.
Rahul Easwar dares Trupti Desai to enter Sabarimala Trivandrum (Kerala) [India], Nov. 30 : Terming the entry of members of the Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan (BMMA) inside the sanctum sanctorum of Haji Ali Dargah as a "bogus victory", Ayyappa Dharma Sena president Rahul Easwar has said that Bhumata Brigade chief Trupti Desai and "any ultra ...
No custom, tradition should stop a citizen from praying: Activist ... Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], Nov. 8 : Social activist Brinda Adige has welcomed the Kerala government's decision to allow women inside the sanctum sanctorum of the Sabarimala Temple, saying that no custom or tradition should deny the constitutional right of every Indian citizen to pray.
Haji Ali: Trupti Desai pins hope on SC; says next aim is Sabarimala Mumbai (Maharashtra) , Aug. 28 : With the Haji Ali Dargah trustees set to move the Supreme Court to challenge the Bombay High Court's decision that allowed entry of women in the dargah, Bhoomata Brigade leader Trupti Desai on Sunday said she doesn't think that the apex court will have a contrary ...
Referendum for women entry inside Sabarimala not feasible: Activist Kolkata, June 5 : Women rights activist Saswati Ghosh on Sunday described Kerala Minister Kadakampally Surendra's idea of an open referendum to decide on the contentious matter of allowing entry of women inside the Sabarimala temple as 'novel', but expressed doubts over its feasibility.
Congress pulls up Kerala Govt. for 'discrimination' against women Trivandrum (Kerala), June 5 : The Congress Party on Sunday criticised the Kerala Government's idea to conduct an opinion poll on whether to allow entry of women of all age groups inside the famous Lord Ayappa temple at Sabarimala and termed the move as discrimination against women.
Sabarimala temple case: Hearing to resume on Apr 22 New Delhi, Apr.18 : Hearing on a petition seeking the entry of women into Kerala's Sabarimala temple will resume on April 22 in the Supreme Court, which had on Wednesday said that denying women the right to enter and pray in the historic shrine violated constitutional principle.
Sabarimala temple row: Women activist hails SC verdict New Delhi, April 11 : Hailing the Supreme Court's order upholding the constitutional rights of the fairer sex against gender discrimination, women rights activist Ranjana Kumari on Monday said she is hopeful of a positive verdict.
Constitution does not permit gender discrimination: Tharoor on ... Thiruvananthapuram, Feb. 10 : Amid the row over Kerala's Sabarimala temple denying entry to women, Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Wednesday asserted the Indian Constitution does not permit gender discrimination and added that they should be allowed to enter whichever shrine they chose to visit.
Travancore Board Chief wants machine to scan menstruating women ... Kollam (Kerela), Nov.23 : Travancore Devaswom Board President, Prayar Gopalakrishnan, has stoked up a controversy by saying that women will be allowed to enter the famous Sabarimala Temple only when 'a machine is invented to scan if it is the right time for a women to enter the temple.'
Court clears Jayamala in Sabrimala case Thiruvananthapuram, July 13: The Kerala High Court on Friday quashed charges against Kannada actress Jayamala in Kerala's Sabarimala temple norms violation case.
Sabarimala: Jayamala summoned by court Thiruvananthapuram, July 15 : A Kerala court on Friday asked Kannada actress Jayamala to appear before it on September 18 in connection to the Sabarimala temple case.
Kerala govt proposes safety steps in HC affidavit Kochi, Jan 21 : The Kerala government on Friday filed an affidavit before the High Court elaborating its plans for disaster prevention in the wake of the Sabarimala tragedy, which claimed 102 lives earlier this month.