Bindu Ammini and Kanakadurga determined to reenter Sabarimala temple on 12 February, senior lawyer tells SC
Two Kerala women, facing social boycott for entering the Sabarimala shrine, told the Supreme Court about their resolve to enter the temple on 12 February
SC dismisses plea for urgent hearing of Sabarimala verdict review petitions; CJI says Justice Indu Malhotra 'on leave'
The Supreme Court dismissed the urgent hearing of pleas seeking a review of the judgment allowing women of all ages to enter Lord Ayappa shrine in Kerala's Sabarimala as one of the judges, Justice Indu Malhotra, is on leave.
Sabarimala row: UN Secretary General's spokesperson says UN wants all parties to "respect rule of law"
Commenting on the Sabarimala row, the UN Secretary General's deputy spokesperson said the UN encourages all to respect the Supreme Court's decision.
Around 2,300 personnel, including a 20-member commando team and 100 women, were deployed at the Sabarimala temple to ensure smooth darshan and security of devotees.
Women seeking to enter Sabarimala temple wanted to 'disrupt peaceful existence' in Kerala, alleges KJ Alphons
After the Supreme Court permitted the entry of women belonging to all age groups in the hilltop shrine, the doors of Sabarimala temple was opened on 17 October, but closed on Monday following huge protests
'Hum bolega to bologe ki bolta hai': Smriti Irani takes on trolls over sanitary pad remark with amusing photo
Smriti Irani seemingly responded to the trolling by posting a picture from her 'Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi' days.
SC verdict on Sabarimala temple: Over 5,000 people protest ruling in Coimbatore, ex-BJP MP among agitators
Devotees of Lord Ayappa held aloft placards and raised slogans against the SC ruling in the Sabarimala case, which they said was against culture and tradition.
BJP women's wing joins protests against SC's Sabarimala verdict, but party's Kerala mouthpiece contradicts demands
The BJP's Mahila Morcha joined the protests against the Supreme Court's Sabarimala temple verdict, but the Kerala party's mouthpiece said it does not adversely affect Hindu beliefs .
Kerala won't file review petition on Sabarimala verdict: CM says state will ensure protection to women devotees
On 28 October, a five-judge constitution bench headed by former chief justice Dipak Misra lifted the ban on entry of women of menstrual age into the Sabarimala temple
DMK working president MK Stalin on Sunday urged the Tamil Nadu government to appoint duly trained persons irrespective of their caste as priests in temples.
In the backdrop of woman activist Trupti Desai's plan to enter the famous hill shrine of Lord Ayappa at Sabariamala later this month, the Travancore Devaswom Board said it would not break with tradition and customs