Sabarimala case: SC tells opposing lawyers to meet on 17 January to decide on issues related to discrimination against women to be deliberated
The Supreme Court asked four senior lawyers to convene a meeting on 17 January to decide on the issues to be deliberated by it in the matter relating to discrimination against women in various religions and at religious places including Kerala's Sabarimala Temple
Nine-judge SC bench to hear issue of allowing entry of women of all age groups into Sabarimala from today
The top court on Monday issued a notice informing listing of petition filed by Indian Young Lawyers Association seeking review of its historic 2018 judgment allowing women and girls of all ages to enter Sabarimala temple
Lord Ayyappa temple in Sabarimala receives Rs 3.30 crore in donations on opening day; over 70,000 devotees offered prayers since 16 Nov
The Lord Ayyappa temple received over Rs 3.30 crore as revenue on the first day when it opened on Saturday as compared to the Rs 2.04 crore last season
Sabarimala temple opens on second day of annual Mandala Pooja; 10 women told to return from Pamba after Kerala govt refuses to provide police protection
The Lord Ayyappa Temple in Sabarimala opened on the second day of the annual Mandala Pooja on Sunday, days after the Supreme Court deferred a verdict on a petition seeking review of its judgment allowing the entry of women into the shrine
Sabarimala verdict: Govt must read 'extremely important' dissent judgment in order, says Justice RF Nariman
Justice RF Nariman of the Supreme Court on Friday said the government must read the 'extremely important dissent; order in the Sabarimala case
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
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
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
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.
‘Miss my children’: Kanaka Durga, woman who entered Sabarimala, says she is not afraid of fighting for just cause
Kanaka 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.
Sabarimala temple remains calm on second day of pilgrimage season even as Kerala BJP protests, blocks roads
The Congress, which deputed a three-member delegation to Sabarimala, accused the CPM-led state government of creating a "terror-like atmosphere" in the name of security of the hill shrine.
Sabarimala row: Social activist Trupti Desai to visit temple on 17 November amid protests against SC verdict
In an email to Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, Trupti Desai sought security as she fears an attack on her life during her visit to Sabarimala temple.
As Sabarimala reopens doors, women journalists who were harassed for reporting from the scene, speak out
Will media houses heed the veiled threats issued by the Sabarimala Karma Samithi, to not depute women journalists to cover the ongoing issue?