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Sabarimala row: Justice Indu Malhotra's fear that permitting PILs in religious matters would open floodgates 'unfounded', says SC minority judgment
India

Sabarimala row: Justice Indu Malhotra's fear that permitting PILs in religious matters would open floodgates 'unfounded', says SC minority judgment

Justice RF Nariman, who wrote the minority judgment on behalf of himself and Justice DY Chandrachud, on Thursday's verdict on Sabarimala review petitions said that the fear expressed by Justice Malhotra in the 2018 verdict that permitting PILs in religious matters would open floodgates to interlopers is unfounded

'Pro-faith judgment': Religious leaders, Opposition politicians in Kerala welcome SC decision to refer Sabarimala case to larger bench
India

'Pro-faith judgment': Religious leaders, Opposition politicians in Kerala welcome SC decision to refer Sabarimala case to larger bench

The Sabarimala temple will be open from 16 November and the annual two-month-long pilgrim season will begin from 17 November.

Full text of Sabarimala review verdict: Supreme Court refers matter to 7-judge bench after a split 3:2 verdict
India

Full text of Sabarimala review verdict: Supreme Court refers matter to 7-judge bench after a split 3:2 verdict

The Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that restrictions on women in religious places were not limited to Sabarimala alone and prevailed in other places of worship as well as it referred all review pleas to a larger seven-judge bench following a split 3:2 verdict

Sabarimala verdict: SC refers matter to 7-judge bench in 3:2 split verdict, says ruling may impact other communities, religious practices
India

Sabarimala verdict: SC refers matter to 7-judge bench in 3:2 split verdict, says ruling may impact other communities, religious practices

Supreme Court on Thursday said restrictions on women in religious places were not limited to Sabarimala alone and was prevalent in other places of worship as well as it referred all review pleas to a larger seven-judge bench in a split 3:2 verdict.

Daily Bulletin: SC to announce judgments on women's entry into Sabrimala, Rafale verdict review plea today; day's top stories
India

Daily Bulletin: SC to announce judgments on women's entry into Sabrimala, Rafale verdict review plea today; day's top stories

Here are today's top stories: Sabarimala verdict: Five-judge constitution bench of SC set to pronounce judgment on women's entry today; Delhi air pollution: SC-mandated body orders closure of schools in Delhi-NCR on Thursday, Friday as AQI touches emergency levels; and more

Review of Sabarimala verdict: Five-judge constitution bench of SC set to pronounce judgment on women's entry today; Kerala on edge
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Review of Sabarimala verdict: Five-judge constitution bench of SC set to pronounce judgment on women's entry today; Kerala on edge

A five-judge constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi had reserved its decision on 6 February after hearing various parties including those seeking reconsideration of the 28 September, 2018 judgement.

In Thiruvananthapuram, BJP banks on Sabarimala factor, support from Nairs, Brahmins to defeat Shashi Tharoor
Politics

In Thiruvananthapuram, BJP banks on Sabarimala factor, support from Nairs, Brahmins to defeat Shashi Tharoor

BJP commands the loyalty of a section of Nair and Brahmin voters in Thiruvananthapuram, and it must ensure the lion's share of their voters if it wants to win the Lok Sabha seat in Kerala

Sabarimala case: Centre says SC ‘custodian of fundamental rights’, can constitute larger bench to settle question of gender discrimination at religious places
India

Sabarimala case: Centre says SC ‘custodian of fundamental rights’, can constitute larger bench to settle question of gender discrimination at religious places

Sabarimala case: A nine-judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court began deliberations on the legal issue of whether the top court can refer questions of law to a larger bench while exercising its review jurisdiction

Sabarimala row: CJI Rajan Gogoi refuses to hear review petition in open court; Supreme Court defers hearing of fresh petitions
India

Sabarimala row: CJI Rajan Gogoi refuses to hear review petition in open court; Supreme Court defers hearing of fresh petitions

CJI Rajan Gogoi on Tuesday refused to hear the review petitions on the Sabarimala entry row in an open court. The apex court also deferred hearing fresh writ petitions in the case and said that they will be heard only after a decision is taken on the review petitions.

Janmabhumi takes on Mathrubhumi: BJP mouthpiece in Kerala tries to cash in on 'Meesha' row, campaigns against daily
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Janmabhumi takes on Mathrubhumi: BJP mouthpiece in Kerala tries to cash in on 'Meesha' row, campaigns against daily

Groups had protested against 'Meesha' for portraying Hindu women as "sex objects", and the Mathrubhumi magazine had published excerpts from the novel.

Sabarimala women's entry: Celibate nature of Lord Ayyappa protected by Constitution, ex-AG tells Supreme Court
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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.

Women's entry inside Sabarimala temple: Senior counsel K Parasaran says women do not fall under protection of Article 25(2)(b)
India

Women's entry inside Sabarimala temple: Senior counsel K Parasaran says women do not fall under protection of Article 25(2)(b)

The Supreme Court on Tuesday said that all the customary or religious practices, like banning entry of women in the age group of 10-50 years into the famous Sabarimala temple, will have to conform to constitutional principles.

Temple sexism: Be it Shani Shingnapur or Sabarimala, we wake up only when convenient
Life

Temple sexism: Be it Shani Shingnapur or Sabarimala, we wake up only when convenient

Whether Sabarimala's skewed tradition or Shani Shingnapur's regressive practice, we wake up every 15-20 years or so only when it is politically convenient for us