Kerala’s CPM-backed ‘renaissance’ panel to include non-Hindus

During the meeting of the ‘renaissance’ committee, Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan emphasized that continuation of activities for the “protection of the renaissance values” is important. Read More
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Kerala submits list of women who entered Sabarimala in SC

The Kerala government, on Friday, has confirmed that 51 women, aged 10 to 50 have visited the Sabarimala shrine during the recent pilgrimage season. According to media reports, the state government has also submitted the list of 51 women to the Supreme Court. Read More
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Sabarimala: Protests turn violent in Kerala over entry of women

Soon after the news of two women in their early 40s had entered the Sabarimala temple with police protection, on Wednesday, became public, violence erupted in many parts of Kerala. Read More
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Two women enter Sabarimala, temple shut for ‘purification’

Two women, Bindu and Kanaka Durga, both below 50, entered the Sabarimala Ayyappa temple in Kerala before daybreak, on Wednesday, after walking to the hilltop shrine. Read More
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In Sabarimala, man sets self ablaze at BJP protest site, dies

Venugopalan Nair, 49, has set himself a blaze by pouring petrol over his body in front of the Bharatiya Janata Party protest venue in Sabarimala at around 2am on Thursday. Read More
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Activist Trupti Desai returns without entering Sabarimala

Women activist and Bhumata Brigade leader Trupti Desai along with six others had reached the Kochi airport on Friday at 4.45 in the morning. However, she was greeted by large number of police and CISF personnel and protesters at the airport. Read More
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Sabarimala: Kerala will implement SC ruling, Pinarayi Vijayan says

The Kerala chief minister, Pinarayi Vijayan, has called for an all-party meeting to discuss issue related to entry of women in the Sabarimala temple and to propose certain arrangements that can be made to let women of all ages enter the temple. Read More
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In Kerala, BJP to launch rath yatra to ‘save’ Sabarimala

The Bharatiya Janata Party is all set to launch a rath yatra in Kerala in support of Sabarimala devotees and to “save” the customs and traditions of the famous Ayyappa temple. Read More
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