SC verdict on Sabarimala temple is a win for those who believe in Lord Ayyappa, but question the system
The Supreme Court has said that the bare feet of ladies log can now enter Sabarimala, now trudge up those 18 steps, see the light of the Makara Villak if they wish.
The Indian women, by making the World Cup final, have shown that the BCCI need to provide better infrastructure and training to promote women's cricket in India.
Women rights activist Trupti Desai was Thursday booked under the Prevention of Atrocities Act for allegedly assaulting a 33-year-old 'former member' of her organisation
Bhoomata Brigade chief and gender rights activist Trupti Desai, who shot to fame for spearheading the agitation seeking parity to women over their restricted entry into places of worship, has now announced to launch a new campaign for a liquor-free Maharashtra.
In the backdrop of woman activist Trupti Desai's plan to enter the famous hill shrine of Lord Ayappa at Sabariamala later this month, the Travancore Devaswom Board said it would not break with tradition and customs
The Kerala government on Monday said that the entry of Bhumata Brigade chief Trupti Desai will not be allowed in the Lord Ayyappa temple in Sabarimala, even as the activist plans to lead 100 odd women to the famous hill shrine.
This week on First Lady, host Meghna Pant interviewed gender equality activist and founder of Bhumata Brigade — Trupti Desai.
Bhumata Brigade founder Trupti Desai has kicked the hornet's nest by insisting she will go forward with her plans of taking a group of menstruating women to the Sabarimala hill shrine in Kerala next month
Lawyers and activists on Monday hailed the Haji Ali Dargah Trust's stand in the Supreme Court that it will allow female worshippers to enter the sanctum sanctorum of the famous shrine here, calling it a boost to women's rights movement and victory for Constitution.
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Trupti Desai, an Indian gender equality activist and founder of Bhumata Brigade (Mumbai-based social activist organisation) is slated to participate in Bigg Boss Season 10.
In a situation like Sabarimala's, there has to be a nuanced argument and a properly worked out solution. Forced temple entry can never result in a proper solution.
Haji Ali trustees to consult public before moving SC: Why not implement HC order instead, ask activists
The court has, however, stayed its order for six weeks following a plea by Haji Ali Dargah Trust, which wants to challenge it in the Supreme Court. They should gracefully implement HC order of lifting the ban on women instead, activists tell Firstpost.
"We are going to hold a few more rounds of meetings to get the opinion of other stakeholders," a trustee of the Haji Ali Dargah said
Desai had on Friday announced that she will visit the Haji Ali Dargah following the Bombay HC's ruling that lifts ban on women from entering the shrine.
A Public Interest Litigation filed on 28 July, by women activists Noorjehan Niaz and Zakia Soman from the NGO Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan, challenged the ban on the entry of women into the inner sanctum of the city’s Haji Ali Dargah.
Elated after the Bombay High Court verdict allowing women's entry into the sanctum sanctorum of the Haji Ali Dargah in Mumbai, members of city-based Bhumata Ranragini Brigade led by Trupti Desai, who has been spearheading the fight for gender equality in all places of worship, have decided to visit the shrine this weekend.
Along with Trupti Desai and her group these citizens have decided to stand up and be counted for womens’ equality in religion.
Rights activist and Bhumata Brigade president Trupti Desai said that she thrashed a 25-year-old man at Shikrapur village for allegedly raping a girl under the pretext of marriage