From PILs challenging CAA, abrogation of Article 370 to pleas seeking stay on electoral bonds, Supreme Court has a hectic month ahead
January is set to be an extremely busy month for the Supreme Court of India when the bench assembles on Monday after a long winter break. Among some key cases slated for hearing include PILs challenging the constitutional validity of CAA, the abrogation of Article 370 as well as a plea seeking a stay on the electoral bond scheme
Amit Shah, Narendra Modi have chance to convert BJP's fledgling footprint into solid hold on south India, final bastion for party to breach
A second straight majority for a single party with the hunger, ambition, meticulousness and focus of an Amit Shah, with an icon like Narendra Modi to propel the narrative, offers the BJP a historic opportunity in the south.
Kerala exit poll projections: Sabarimala did little to consolidate Hindu votes for BJP, say analysts
Analysts say BJP hasn't got any benefit in Kerala from the Sabarimala row, including in Pathanamthitta — the hotspot of Sabarimala protests — where exit polls predict a sizeable gap between BJP candidate K Surendran and Congress candidate Anto Antony
No harm if political parties talk about Sabarimala issue during LS polls campaign, says BJP's Kummanam Rajasekharan
Former Mizoram governor and BJP leader Kummanam Rajasekharan on Tuesday said no one can impose a ban on raising the Sabarimala issue during elections
EC directive against use of Sabarimala issue in election campaign 'illogical', says Kerala BJP leader K Surendran
Kerala BJP general-secretary K Surendran told reporters in Kottayam, "It is illogical to say that the Sabarimala issue should not be discussed in the election."
Kerala Chief Electoral Officer warns political parties against invoking Sabarimala row during Lok Sabha polls campaign
Kerala Chief Electoral Officer TR Meena said on Monday that any propaganda relating to the Sabarimala judgement will amount to violation of the model code of conduct
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
RSS on Sabarimala row: Mohan Bhagwat says Supreme Court didn't consider sentiments of Hindus in its 28 September verdict
The RSS leader, who spoke in Hindi, also hit out at the Kerala government over the Sabarimala row and blamed it for "facilitating the entry of women through the back door."
Sabarimala temple closes after annual pilgrimage season as political war continues; BJP ends hunger strike
As the Sabarimala temple closed, the opposition BJP ended its 49-day-long relay hunger strike staged in front of the Secretariat, the administrative hub in Thiruvananthapuram, demanding the lifting of prohibitory orders and restrictions at Sabarimala, which the LDF government rejected.
Senior Advocate Indira Jaisingh submitted that Bindu Ammini and Kanaka Durga were living under constant fear after their trip to Sabarimala, and they needed police protection and security from the agitated mob who protest their temple entry.
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Yechury accuses BJP of turning Sabarimala into 'Ayodhya of South India', terms Modi's remarks on LDF govt contempt of court
CPI (M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury Wednesday lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for criticising the party-led government in Kerala over the Sabarimala row and claimed his statements amounted to "contempt of court"
CPM hits back at Narendra Modi for his comments on Sabarimala issue, says PM speaking like RSS 'pracharak'
On a visit to Kerala Tuesday, Modi tore into the CPM-led LDF government over the Sabarimala temple issue, saying this will go down as "one of the most shameful behaviour" by any party and government in the country.
CPM lashes out at Narendra Modi on Sabarimala issue, says prime minister should read Constitution, not Manusmriti
Reacting to Narendra Modi's criticism over Sabarimala issue, CPM asked the PM to read the Constitution, which he is sworn to uphold, rather than the Manusmriti or RSS oath, while Congress accused BJP of using Sabarimala as a 'political opportunity
'Communists don't respect India's culture': Narendra Modi slams CPI-led LDF government over Sabarimala row in Kerala speech
Launching a scathing attack on the left government in Kerala on the Sabarimala issue, Narendra Modi said Communists do not respect India's culture and spirituality.
Sabarimala review pleas in SC unlikely to be heard on 22 Jan; CJI says Justice Indu Malhotra's medical leave reason for delay
Chief Justice of India Ranjana Gogoi said the hearing of the Sabarimala review petitions in the Supreme Court may be delayed as Justice Indu Malhotra is on medical leave.
Sabarimala violence: 9,489 of 10,561 accused of inciting violence are from Sangh Parivar, Pinarayi Vijayan tells Kerala Governor in report
The report detailed the instances of violence that have erupted across Kerala over the Sabarimala row, and said that the state suffered a loss of Rs 2.3 crore during the 3 January hartal alone because of Sangh groups' actions.
Sabarimala: Two women who entered temple unable to return home amid threats from extremists; say they ‘trusted authorities'
Two women who made history by becoming the first in centuries to enter the Sabarimala hill temple in Kerala are in hiding after threats by hard-line Hindu groups. The temple has been the site of tension since the Supreme Court ruled in late September to end a ban on women of menstruating age entering it.
Sabarimala redux in Kerala? Tribal groups resist women's participation in trek to revered Agasthya Hill site
Amid the Sabarimala standoff, a tiny tribal community in Kerala is waging a lonely battle against attempts for a similar "intrusion" into their sacred landscape.