The hill shrine, dedicated to Lord Ayyappa, opened for the monthly puja on Friday evening after staying closed for over six months due to the coronavirus lockdown
Sabarimala temple won't reopen on 14 June as per earlier plan due to COVID-19; no annual festival this year, says Travancore Devaswom Board
No devotees will be allowed to enter the Sabarimala temple for monthly prayers for now due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
BSNL orders compulsory retirement of woman employee for trying to enter Sabarimala temple, 'outraging religious sentiments' through FB posts
BSNL has ordered compulsory retirement of its employee and activist Rehana Fathima, who had attempted to enter the Lord Ayyappa temple at Sabarimala
'Shame, shame!': Opposition unites to lambast Ranjan Gogoi as ex-CJI takes oath in Rajya Saba; Congress, BSP stage walkout
Ex-CJI Ranjan Gogoi took take oath as Rajya Sabha member in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Even as he was being administered the oath, opposition members shouted 'shame' and 'deal' and later walked out in protest
K Surendran takes over as Kerala BJP chief; 50-yr-old firebrand says state party has strength to make 'political leap'
K Surendran, who arrived in the state capital in the morning, was given a rousing welcome by the party workers, before being taken to the headquarters in a road show.
Nine-judge SC bench to hear petition regarding women's entry into Sabarimala temple and frame questions in matter
CJI SA Bobde had said that court will examine matter, hear scope of judicial review on point of religious faith and women's rights
SC 9-judge bench to frame issues related to discrimination against women in religion, including Sabarimala Temple, on 3 Feb
Constitution bench will consider issues related to entry of Muslim women into mosques, female genital mutilation in the Dawoodi Bohra Muslim community and barring of Parsi women, married to non-Parsi men, from the holy fire place at Agiary
Sabarimala temple closes following the conclusion of the two-month-long Mandalam-Makaravilakku pilgrimage season
The Sabarimala temple had witnessed unprecedented protests by right wing outfits and BJP workers in 2019 after the CPM-led LDF government decided to implement the 28 September, 2018, Supreme Court order lifting the traditional ban on women and girls in menstrual age from offering prayers.
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
Supreme Court declines to pass any order on pleas by two women activists seeking safe entry of women to Sabarimala temple
Top court said the issue was 'very emotive' and it did not want the situation to become 'explosive' and that it would endeavour to constitute the larger bench at the earliest to hear the matter
Sabarimala temple row: SC to hear Kerala woman's plea next week; activist Bindu Ammini had earlier said she was stopped from entering shrine
The Supreme Court on Thursday agreed to hear next week the plea of a Kerala woman who was allegedly prevented from visiting the Sabarimala temple despite the apex court's verdict allowing entry of women of all age groups into the shrine
SC to hear next week plea of woman barred from entering Sabarimala temple despite apex court's nod allowing women of all age groups to visit shrine
Recently a woman activist, Bindu Ammini, and one Fathima have been prevented from entering Sabarimala temple even after five-judge Constitution bench, by majority of four is to one, in its verdict delivered in September last year, had allowed girls, women of all age groups to visit Sabarimala in Kerala
Sabarimala row: Activist Bindu Ammini asks SC to direct Kerala govt to provide security for women visiting shrine
The application filed by Bindu A, a lawyer and law teacher, said she is the first woman to enter the Sabarimala temple after the 28 September, 2018 verdict of the top court in the matter
Sabarimala row: Women devotees bear the brunt as politicians, interest groups continue to weaponise temple entry issue
It’s still early days — the Sabarimala season continues till mid-January. But the message has already been delivered: No person in authority, no government official, no police personnel is going to protect a woman who is of “menstruating age” if she tries to enter the shrine.
Bindu Ammini, first woman of menstruating age to enter Sabarimala, attacked with pepper spray enroute shrine; police detains accused
Bindu Ammini was attacked by the member of a Hindu outfit using pepper or chilli spray outside the police commissionerate
Sabarimala row: Supreme Court asks Kerala govt to formulate 'exclusive' legislation on administration of temple
A bench headed by Justice NV Ramana asked the Kerala government to place before it by third week of January next year the legislation, also covering the aspects of welfare of pilgrims visiting Sabarimala
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; Devotees arrive at Lord Ayyappa temple for two-month-long pilgrimage season
The Supreme Court on 14 November said that the restrictions on women in religious places was not limited to Sabarimala alone and was prevalent in other religions as well as it referred all review pleas to a larger seven-judge bench