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Apr 24, 2019
Kerala’s growing climate change crisis gets left behind in election, poll rhetoricCitizen initiatives stand in sharp contrast to the collective indifference of the political class to climate events in Kerala.
Feb 09, 2019
‘Miss my children’: Kanaka Durga, woman who entered Sabarimala, says she is not afraid of fighting for just causeKanaka Durga, who faced severe backlash from the society and her own family after becoming one of the first women to enter Sabarimala, shares her travails with Firstpost in this exclusive interview.
Jan 31, 2019
Five-judge Supreme Court bench likely to hear review pleas of Sabarimala verdict on 6 FebruaryNational Ayyappa Devotees Association, which has filed one of the petitions seeking review of the Sabarimala verdict, has said that the five-judge constitution bench's verdict of lifting the ban was "absolutely untenable and irrational".
Jan 26, 2019
The murder of a black magicianThe killing exposes a deep vein of blind faith and violence that runs through India’s most forward-looking state, which prides itself in its high-90s literacy rate and gender ratio
Jan 19, 2019
Sabarimala: Two women forced to turn back feel ‘cheated’ as Kerala Police fails to provide security from protestersTwo women of menstruating age, who attempted to trek the hill shrine of Lord Ayyappa early on Saturday, were forced to turn back once again after the police informed them that it would be difficult to provide security as there was a possibility of protests from devotees.
Jan 06, 2019
Sabarimala protests: UK govt advises tourists in India to ‘monitor media reports, remain vigilant’ as unrest continuesSabarimala protests: The UK government has updated its travel advisory to India, warning British citizens to remain vigilant and avoid large public gatherings, following violent protests in Kerala over the issue of women entering the Ayyappa temple in Sabarimala.
Dec 24, 2018
Sabarimala standoff: Two women brought back to Pampa camp amid protests; duo was within a kilometre of SannidhanamTwo women in their mid-forties started trekking to Sabarimala early on Monday morning despite strong protest from devotees.
Dec 03, 2018
Sabarimala: BJP calls prohibitory orders at temple ‘undeclared emergency', seeks Kerala Governor’s interventionA central BJP delegation on Sunday met Kerala Governor P Sathasivam and sought his urgent intervention at Sabarimala, saying that the present situation there was akin to an 'undeclared emergency' imposed by the state government.
Nov 29, 2018
Rehana Fathima, who attempted to trek Sabarimala, arrested for hurting religious sentiments on FacebookKerala Police arrested activist Rehana Fathima after charging the activist of hurting religious sentiments via her Facebook post. Rehana is one of the women who tried to enter Sabarimala temple, which has been in the middle of a controversy since the Supreme Court's verdict where the top court allowed women of all ages access to the temple.
Nov 28, 2018
Sabarimala row: BJP, UDF MLAs protest inside Kerala Assembly, demand withdrawal of restrictions imposed at temple complexSabarimala row: Several Opposition members protested in the well of the Kerala Assembly on Wednesday against the prohibitory orders imposed at the temple complex