Legal South India Women

Hindutva men who attacked a women been booked under law : Sabarimala row

Police case has been registered against eight  Sabarimala Karma Samithi activists for allegedly attacking a woman en route to the Sabarimala temple. The alleged incident took place at Sabripeedom spot on the way to the to Sabarimala temple around 7:45 pm on Monday (March 18). According to the police, the activists tried to stop the Read More…

Opinion Politics Social

RSS find faults with Supreme Court over Babri Masjid Case and Sabarimala Case

The Supreme Court on Friday referred the decades-old politically sensitive Ayodhya’s Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case for mediation by a panel headed by former apex court judge FMI Kalifulla for exploring the possibility of an amicable settlement.   Spiritual guru and founder of Art of Living foundation Sri Sri Ravishankar and senior advocate Sriram Read More…

Social Supreme Court Women

Sabarimala row : Supreme Court refuses urgent hearing of review petitions

Justice Indu Malhotra, who was part of the five-judge Constitution bench that delivered the order allowing all women into the temple, is currently on medical leave   Citing her presence Supreme Court on Tuesday said that it will decide a fresh date for hearing review petitions challenging its judgment lifting age restrictions on the entry Read More…

Social Supreme Court Women

Kerala Govt “51 young women list dharshan ” to Supreme Court made Hindutva elements fuming

The government of Kerala told the Supreme Court on Friday that 51 women of menstruating age had entered the Sabarimala temple since a landmark top court order in September 2018 scrapped the decades-old ban on such devotees from offering prayers at the hill shrine.   However public been made known just two women devotees of Read More…

High Court Social Voice Women

Sabarimala like Sacred Agasthya koodam peak also Conquered by young women

Young  woman has climbed a mountain in India, where only men were allowed until now for religious reasons.   Located within a biosphere reserve in India’s Western Ghats, Agasthya koodam is the second highest peak in Kerala.   In November, the high court in Kerala ruled that women could trek to the 1,868m (6,128ft) sacred Read More…

Life Style Social Supreme Court Women

Hindu women visited sabarimala beaten up registered a case against her mother-in-law

Sabarimala shrine was closed to women of “menstruating age” – defined as between 10 and 50 – until India’s top court overturned the ban in September.   Kanaka Durga and Bindu Ammini, 40, made history after they entered Sabarimala in the middle of the night escorted by policemen.   But as news of their entry 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…