Social Women

Two women beaten 16 puppies to death at Kolkata hospital gruesome video goes viral

Carcasses of 16 puppies were found in plastic bags in front of a hostel for nurses and nursing students at the state-run Nil Ratan Sircar Medical College and Hospital Kolkata, leading to protests by animal lovers and locals. According to officials, the carcasses were sighted on Sunday and were sent for post mortem at the Read More…

Asia Social Women

Indian sentenced 13-year jail, 12 strokes of cane in Singapore for sex with 12 year old

    A 31-year old Indian was sentenced to 13 years in jail and 12 strokes of the cane after he pleaded guilty to one charge of sexual assault of a minor and two charges of attempted statutory rape, according to a media report.   Udhayakumar Dhakshinamoorthy, a minimart worker, courted a 12-year-old girl with Read More…

Opinion Politics Social West India Women

Numberless plate big dumber hit Bhatt’s wife car on the date of bail hearing

Sanjiv Bhatt, a prominent critic of the Narendra Modi government, has been behind bars in connection with a 22-year-old narcotics case.   The former IPS officer had moved the Gujarat High Court in December 2018, seeking bail in the matter after a Palanpur court in Banaskantha district on December 7 rejected his bail plea in Read More…

Social Supreme Court Women

Sabarimala Row : 5769 arrests, 1869 cases made Kerala now breathe in peace

Post Historical entry of women inside Sabarimala violence been unleashed by backward hindutva forces under kerala State BJP and RSS trigged massive clash and So far, 1,869 cases have been registered and 5,769 persons arrested in connection with the violence.   At least 4,980 persons have been granted bail, a statement from the State Police Read More…

Social South India Women

Kerala leading daily reports 10 women of “menstruating age” so far had dharshan in sabarimala

Ten women of menstruating age so far  offered prayers at the Sabarimala Ayyappa temple after the Supreme Court verdict which set aside a 1991 Kerala HC order banning women entry, reports leading malayalam Mathrubhumi newspaper.   Quoting Kerala police officials, the report says that the government is not releasing details to the public but will Read More…

Legal Social Women

Hindutva fringe groups invoke violence attack press , use country bombs : Sabarimala Row

The attack on CPM and their houses over the Sabarimala women entry row continued on Saturday morning.   Hindutva fringe elements using the banner hartal hurled Bombs at the houses of Thalassery MLA and CPIM leader A N Shamseer and BJP Rajya Sabha MP V Muraleedharan among other places.   Bombs were also hurled at Read More…

Parliament Politics Social Women

“Will Supreme Court decide how Jesus was born ” fumes BJP MP

Meenakshi Lekhi is the national spokesperson of Bharatiya Janata Party and a Supreme Court of India lawyer.     Having  the privilege of Ruling party MP she angrily  asked ”   Will Supreme Court decide how Jesus was born?’  over Sabarimala in Lok Sabha and also she herself given verdict that the courts should not interfere Read More…

Culture Social South India Voice Women

Srilanakan Tamil women created history by climbing 18 holy steps in Sabarimala

Adhering to Superment Judgement Kerala police confirmed that a 46-year-old Sri Lankan woman offered prayers at the sanctum in Sabarimala temple on late Thursday.   Police inside sources confirmed plainclothes officers, including women, gave Ms. Sasikala and her family covert security.   The squads, however, did not make their presence or the security cover visible. Read More…

Supreme Court Women

Two kerala women enter Sabarimala; creates History

Two women in their 40s wrote themselves into history on Wednesday morning when they became the first in menstruating age to offer prayers to the famous Lord Ayyappa shrine at Sabarimala in Kerala’s Pathanamthitta district, after the Supreme Court verdict.   The woman, 44-year-old Bindhu Ammini and 42-year-old Kanakadurga from Malappuram and Kozhikode districts, trekked Read More…

Social Women

Lakhs of women joined hands for 620 Km in Support of women entry to Sabarimala

  On Tuesday, women from various walks of life writers, athletes, actors, politicians and techies, government officials and homemakers stood across the highways crisscrossing through the 14 districts in the state as the event commenced at 4 pm.   Expressing solidarity, thousands of men also lined up parallel forming a second human ‘wall’.   In Read More…