Sabarimala verdict: In striking down patriarchal tradition, SC paves way for positive interference in religious affairs
The Sabarimala verdict clearly paves way for the Supreme Court’s positive interference in matters of religion when it can be demonstrated that the religious practices are opposed to constitutional morality and play a transformative and inclusionary role
Sabarimala verdict Updates: Judgment gives choice to women instead of imposing tradition, says women panel chief
Sabarimala verdict LIVE updates: From reading down Section 377 that criminalised consensual gay sex in adults, to scrapping the adultery law that treated a married woman as a property of her husband, the Supreme Court has championed the tenets of gender parity in its recent judgments
Sabarimala women's entry: Celibate nature of Lord Ayyappa protected by Constitution, ex-AG tells Supreme Court
The Kerala government has expressed support for the entry of women of all age groups inside the Sabarimala temple's inner sanctum.
The Supreme Court on Friday referred to its constitution bench the matter pertaining to a ban on the entry of women at Kerala's Sabarimala temple.
The Supreme Court has given Sabarimala temple officials six weeks to respond.
SC asks Delhi police to provide security to lawyer who received threat calls after filing Sabarimala PIL
The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Delhi Police to provide security to a lawyer who has allegedly received threat calls after his NGO filed a PIL seeking entry of women of menstrual age group in the historic Sabarimala temple in Kerala
End of a ten-year-battle? Despite death threats to head of legal body, SC will hear Sabarimala temple PIL
The issue about whether or not women ‘of reproductive age’ should be allowed to enter the Sabarimala Ayyappa temple in Kerala has been hotly debated across the country over the past decade, and two clear arguments have emerged