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Jan 06, 2019
'My contribution to gender justice,' says woman who entered Sabarimala; Centre seeks report from Kerala govt on violenceViolence broke out in Kerala after two women, identified as Bindu Ammini and Kanaka Durga, were declared the first women to have offered prayers at Sabarimala.
Oct 20, 2018
'Sabarimala is South India's Ayodhya': VHP leader Vinod Bansal responds to Sitaram Yecgury's Babri analogyResponding to the comparison drawn by Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPM) general secretary Sitaram Yechury between the violence in Sabarimala and the uproar witnessed during the demolition of the Babri Masjid in Ayodhya, Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) spokesperson Vinod Bansal said
Oct 20, 2018
Daily Bulletin: At least 59 killed in Amritsar train accident; Saudi Arabia admits Khashoggi died in consulate; day's top storiesToday's top stories: 61 killed in Amritsar train accident, Rahul Gandhi to visit Telangana today, India to play Pakistan in 2018 Asian Champions Trophy, and more.
Oct 13, 2018
Gender activist Trupti Desai hails Supreme Court's Sabarimala verdict, says she'll visit temple soonDesai was speaking to a Malayalam TV channel in Mumbai.
Oct 12, 2018
Sabarimala verdict: Travancore Devaswom Board flip-flops on decision to provide special facilities for women at templeThe Travancore Devaswom Board (TDB), which is the organisation that administers the iconic Sabarimala temple in Kerala, seems to not be able to decide whether or not it wants to comply with the Supreme Court's 28 September order which decrees that women of all ages be allowed access to the temple.
Oct 09, 2017
'Periyar's dream realised': Kamal Haasan hails Pinarayi Vijayan over appointment of non-Brahmin priests in KeralaKamal Haasan hails Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan for appointing 36 non-Brahmin priests to serve in temples
Sep 19, 2017
Yesudas' entry into Kerala's Padmanabhaswamy temple is welcome move, but temple laws must be amendedYesudas, a Christian by birth, was denied entry in this and many other temples in the state citing their tradition of not allowing non-Hindus.