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'Inform Govt To Read Extremely Important Dissent Order In Sabarimala Verdict': Justice Nariman

Nov 15, 2019 PTI

The dissent order says authorities had "non-negotiable obligation" to enforce the judgements as it was necessary to preserve rule of law.

Sabarimala: SC Refers Issue Of Women Entry Into Temple To Larger Bench

Nov 14, 2019 PTI

CJI Ranjan Gogoi, reading the verdict on behalf of himself and Justices A M Khanwilkar and Indu Malhotra, said the larger bench will decide all such religious issues relating to Sabarimala, entry of women in mosques and practice of female genital mutilation in the Dawoodi Bohra community.

Supreme Court Dismisses Review Petitions Seeking Probe Into Rafale Fighter Jet Deal

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Sabarimala Verdict: A Timeline Of Temple Entry Issue

Nov 14, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

The temple is being opened for the three-month-long annual pilgrimage on November 16.

My Private Member Bill Exposed BJP's 'Double Standards' On Sabarimala: NK Premachandran

NK Premachandran, an MP from Kerala, introduced a Private Member's Bill in Parliament which sought to reverse the Supreme Court's order on Sabarimala. He says the BJP's response to his bill has exposed their 'double standards' over the issue.

12 February, 2019

Amid Heavy Security Sabarimala Temple Reopens For Five-Day Monthly Pujas

Outlook Web Bureau

The BJP and right-wing outfits had spearheaded the agitations against implementation of the September 28 Supreme Court verdict permitting women of all age groups into the shrine.

11 February, 2019

Restrictions Imposed, Security Stepped Up As Sabarimala Temple Opens Today

Outlook Web Bureau

The Sabarimala temple would be opened on Tuesday for five days till February 17 for the monthly pujas during the Malayalam month of Kumbam.

06 February, 2019

Sabarimala Temple Board Does A U-Turn, Says Will Respect SC Verdict On Entry Of Women

Outlook Web Bureau

The apex court is hearing a batch of petitions seeking review of the verdict allowing the entry of women of all ages into the Sabarimala shrine.

06 February, 2019

Woman Thrown Out Of Home By In-Laws For Entering Sabarimala Returns After Court Order

Outlook Web Bureau

Nearly four months after the SC verdict, Bindu Ammini and Kanaka Durga, both aged below 50, entered the Lord Ayyappa temple to offer prayers.

06 February, 2019

SC Reserves Verdict On Pleas Seeking Review Of Its Sabarimala Verdict

Outlook Web Bureau

A five-judge constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi heard submissions on behalf of parties including the Kerala government, Travancore Devaswom Board (TDB), Nair Service Society and others and said that it would pronounce its order as to whether to review the judgment or not.

31 January, 2019

5-Judge Constitution Bench Of SC To Hear Pleas Seeking Review Of Sabarimala Verdict On Feb 6

Outlook Web Bureau

On September 28 last year, a five-judge constitution bench, headed by the then Chief Justice Dipak Misra, in a 4:1 verdict had paved the way for entry of women of all ages into the Sabarimala temple, saying the ban amounted to gender discrimination.


25 January, 2019

Kerala Govt Is Duty-Bound To Implement Sabarimala Verdict, Uphold Constitution: Governor Sathasivam

Outlook Web Bureau

Various events that had taken place in connection with the Sabarimala issue underlined the urgent need to carry forward the renaissance movement, the Governor said while detailing steps taken by the state government to ensure gender equality.

23 January, 2019

Kerala Woman Who Entered Sabarimala Temple Thrown Out By Family, Forced To Stay At Shelter Home

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Kanaka Durga, who had been undergoing treatment at Calicut medical college after allegedly being attacked by her mother-in-law, was taken to the government shelter home at Perinthalmanna after her brother and husband declared that she won't be allowed to enter their houses.

20 January, 2019

Kerala To Revise List Of Women Who Entered Sabarimala Temple After Discrepancies

Outlook Web Bureau

The row erupted over flaws in the actual age of some of the 51 women, whom the counsel had referred to in the list as "banned" -- on account of they being of menstruating age group of 10 to 50 years -- who prayed at the temple this season.

19 January, 2019

Two Women Who Attempt To Enter Sabarimala Temple For Second Time Stopped By Police

Outlook Web Bureau

Reshma Nishant and Shaneela Sajesh from Kannur had attempted to offer prayers at the temple on January 16 as well, but had to abandon their plans due to protests from devotees who spotted them.

18 January, 2019

51 Women Of Menstruating Age Enter Sabarimala Temple After SC Verdict: Kerala Govt

Outlook Web Bureau

A total of 7564 women between the age of 10 and 50 have registered for darshan as per the digitally scanned record.

18 January, 2019

Provide Round-The-Clock Security To 2 Women Who Entered Sabarimala Temple: Supreme Court

Outlook Web Bureau

This came as the two women sought 24X7 security after they recently entered the Sabarimala temple in Kerala.


17 January, 2019

Two Women Who Entered Sabarimala Seek Police Protection, SC To Hear Plea Tomorrow

Outlook Web Bureau

The plea sought directions to all authorities to allow women of all age groups to enter the temple without any hindrance and to ensure security and safe passage.

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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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