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Pilgrim’s progress

Sabarimala shrine board has made a conciliatory gesture, asked for time. It’s a step in the right direction

Carefully in Sabarimala

Government, Opposition, stakeholders must talk and address concerns that threaten to divide Kerala after SC order


Supreme Court to consider tomorrow 48 pleas seeking review of Sabarimala verdict

A batch of 48 petitions seeking review of the judgment would be taken up for consideration in-chamber by a bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justices R F Nariman, A M Khanwilkar, D Y Chandrachud and Indu Malhotra. 

Sabarimala: RSS leader, board member climb holy steps without 'Irumudikettu'

Television channels aired visuals of state RSS leader, Valsan Thillankeri at the golden 18 steps leading to the sanctum sanctorum sans the "Irumudikettu".

Not a holy book

As aftermath of Sabarimala judgment shows, India is not ready for a constitutional theocracy.

Sabarimala review pleas: Supreme Court to decide date of hearing tomorrow

Despite the Supreme Court's verdict, no woman has been able to enter the shrine since it opened earlier last week.


Sabarimala protests: Two Right-wing outfits call for 24-hour hartal; security tightened

The outfits, 'Antharashtriya Hindu Parishad' and the 'Sabarimala Samrakshana Samithi' have been protesting the Kerala government's decision to implement the Supreme Court verdict permitting women of all age groups to enter the hill shrine.

Sabarimala protest HIGHLIGHTS: Kerala BJP warns of another 'massive' stir, gives 24-hour ultimatum to Vijayan govt

Sabarimala protest: Kerala BJP's five-day 'Save Sabarimala Yatra' from Pandalam to Trivandrum against the Sabarimala verdict concluded infront of the state secretariat today.

Sabarimala row: Woman claims she received threats on Facebook for decision to enter Ayyappa temple

"I haven't seen the threats on my profile but many of my friends who are active on groups have reported that there are extremely abusive messages against me. The messages warn of physical and mental abuse," Reshma said.

Sabarimala verdict: Supreme Court order has effect of Abrahamising core of Hindu faith, say petitioners

The petitioners said that “Constitutional morality also requires all arms of the State, including the judiciary, to respect the limits imposed on them by the Constitution in relation to interference with religious practices”.

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What Indu Malhotra, the only judge who disagreed on the Sabarimala verdict, said

Justice Indu Malhotra said that it is not for courts to determine which religious practices are to be struck down.