The agitating devotees prevented the entry of one more woman who came to Lord Ayyappa temple on the concluding day of the five-day monthly Poojas here on Monday. For the past four days, a dozen of
The Supreme Court on Monday declined to institute an urgent hearing to the mentioning by lawyers, including that of National Ayyappa Devotee Association, for a review of its September verdict allowi
The Supreme Court will on Tuesday decide on hearing of a batch of petitions seeking recall of a Constitution Bench verdict permitting women in the age group of 10 to 50 years entry into the Sabarimala
The brief pilgrimage season in Sabarimala failed to make history as women in the 10-50 age group were kept away by protests against their entry despite the Supreme Court order allowing women of all ag
BJP Rajya Sabha member V Muraleedharan on Monday questioned the absence of all the Malayalam news channels from Sannidhanam, the abode of Lord Ayyappa temple, since Sunday midnight. Talking to newsper
Kerala Muslim Jama-ath Council (MJC), the apex body of Muslim Jama-ath across the state has expelled controversial activist and model Rehna Fatima who tried to enter the world famed Sabarimala temple
Four women hailing from Andhra Pradesh were on their way to the Samarimala temple to pray to the presiding deity Lord Ayyappa, when angry protesters blocked their path on Sunday and turned them away.
Tension prevailed when two Andhra Pradesh-based women reached here for darshan of Lord Ayyappa and they were sent back following strong protests form agitating devotees on Sunday. Talking to news
Sabarimala Row: Ayyappa devotees under SKS stages protest marches in front of police stations in Kerala
Intensifying the agitation against the Supreme Court order, which had allowed women between 10-50 years age into Sabarimala temple, Ayyappa devotees under the banner of Sabarimala Karma Samiti (SKS) o
Tamil cinema superstar Rajinikanth on Saturday welcomed the Supreme Court verdict on Sabarimala, but cautioned against interfering with the traditions of temples.
Manju, a 38-year-old Dalit activist, won't be taken to the Sabarimala temple on Saturday, police said, adding that they were also checking her antecedents.
Tension mounted here for second time in succession when police had decided to provide escort to 36-year-old Dalit Mahila Federation President SP Manju to visit Lord Ayyappa temple. However, the wom