Sabarimala row: Activist Bindu Ammini asks SC to direct Kerala govt to provide security for women visiting shrine
The application filed by Bindu A, a lawyer and law teacher, said she is the first woman to enter the Sabarimala temple after the 28 September, 2018 verdict of the top court in the matter
Bindu Ammini, first woman of menstruating age to enter Sabarimala, attacked with pepper spray enroute shrine; police detains accused
Bindu Ammini was attacked by the member of a Hindu outfit using pepper or chilli spray outside the police commissionerate
Kerala woman shunned by husband, in-laws for entering Sabarimala temple returns home after local court order
Armed with a local court order, the woman whose in-laws had thrown her out for entering the Sabarimala Temple returned to her husband's home in Kerala
Kanaka Durga, an employee of the Civil Supplies Department, had scripted history along with Bindu, a college lecturer and CPI(M) ML activist, on 2 January by offering prayers at the Ayyappa shrine
Kanaka Durga seeks refuge in shelter home: Family of woman who entered Sabarimala disowns her days after attack by mum-in-law
Kanaka Durga had been undergoing treatment at the Calicut medical college after allegedly being attacked by her mother-in-law and now her brother and husband have declared that she won't be allowed to enter their houses.
Kerala's list of 51 women who entered Sabarimala features Chennai men, auto driver; Hindu groups say govt 'fabricated' names to promote atheism
Rahul Easwar claimed they found 20 women above 50 when they cross-checked the list, while several others mentioned in the list did not visit Sabarimala at all.
Sabarimala row: Kerala government gives SC a list of 51 women who entered shrine since ban was lifted
The Kerala government submitted a list to the Supreme Court containing the names of as many as 51 women between the ages of 10 and 50 who have allegedly entered the Sabarimala Temple in Kerala since the Supreme Court verdict lifted the ban on the entry of women of menstruating age into the shrine.
Senior Advocate Indira Jaisingh submitted that Bindu Ammini and Kanaka Durga were living under constant fear after their trip to Sabarimala, and they needed police protection and security from the agitated mob who protest their temple entry.
Sabarimala row: Supreme Court agrees to hear plea of two women seeking 24x7 security after they entered temple
The petition in the Supreme Court seeks 24x7 security for the two women who entered the Sabarimala temple in Kerala and also to deal with protesters indulging in acts of violence, physical and/or verbal on social media or otherwise against them in accordance with the law.
Sabarimala row: Mother-in-law's attack on Kanaka Durga shows how orthodoxy is still ingrained among Kerala Hindus
Kanaka Durga, who returned to her husband’s house at Angadipuram in Malappuram district on Tuesday (15 January), was reportedly hit on her head by her mother-in-law.
From Sabarimala protests to the nun rape case, Kerala society’s attitude towards women reflects a dichotomy
What is that hidden misogyny in this society which continues to allow such complex Lakshman rekhas to be drawn around women? And the answer is not simple. Because Kerala society itself is so complex and its social history is unlike any other.
Sabarimala review pleas in SC unlikely to be heard on 22 Jan; CJI says Justice Indu Malhotra's medical leave reason for delay
Chief Justice of India Ranjana Gogoi said the hearing of the Sabarimala review petitions in the Supreme Court may be delayed as Justice Indu Malhotra is on medical leave.
Kanakadurga, one of two women who entered Sabarimala, attacked by mother-in-law; 39-year-old admitted in Kerala hospital with head injury
Kanakadurga, along with Bindu Ammini, had entered the Sabarimala temple in Kerala on 2 January after a landmark verdict by the Supreme Court made it possible for women between 10 and 50 years to enter the shrine.
Sabarimala violence: 9,489 of 10,561 accused of inciting violence are from Sangh Parivar, Pinarayi Vijayan tells Kerala Governor in report
The report detailed the instances of violence that have erupted across Kerala over the Sabarimala row, and said that the state suffered a loss of Rs 2.3 crore during the 3 January hartal alone because of Sangh groups' actions.
Sabarimala: Two women who entered temple unable to return home amid threats from extremists; say they ‘trusted authorities'
Two women who made history by becoming the first in centuries to enter the Sabarimala hill temple in Kerala are in hiding after threats by hard-line Hindu groups. The temple has been the site of tension since the Supreme Court ruled in late September to end a ban on women of menstruating age entering it.
'My contribution to gender justice,' says woman who entered Sabarimala; Centre seeks report from Kerala govt on violence
Violence broke out in Kerala after two women, identified as Bindu Ammini and Kanaka Durga, were declared the first women to have offered prayers at Sabarimala.
First women to enter Sabarimala, Bindu Ammini and Kanakadurga, unable to return home because of Kerala hartal, says family
Both Bindu and Kanakadurga, who left the Sabarimala shrine immediately after the darshan are unable to return home due to the state-wide protests.
Sabarimala protests: Hartal and violence in various parts of Kerala; BJP worker dies after being stabbed in Thrissur
Kerala witnessed widespread stone pelting, blocking of vehicles and incidents of violence and vandalism on Thursday as the Hindu outfits called for a dawn-to-dusk hartal in the state against the entry of two women of menstruating age into the Lord Ayyappa temple at Sabarimala.
Kerala Sabarimala hartal updates: DGP says will probe whether attack on journalists was part of conspiracy
Kerala Sabarimala hartal today updates: DGP Loknath Behera on Thursday said the Kerala Police will investigate into the attacks on mediapersons across the state and probe if it was part of a conspiracy.
Sabarimala row: Protests erupt across Kerala as two women under 50 enter Lord Ayyappa's shrine, create history
Bindu Ammini (42) and Kankadurga (44) have thus become the first women to offer prayers at the Lord Ayyappa temple in Sabarimala since the Supreme Court lifted the ban on menstruating women from entering the temple