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RSS to file defamation suit against Kerala Minister Issac

New Delhi. RSS has initiated legal steps against Kerala Finance Minister Dr. T.M. Thomas Isaac for stating that RSS killed Gadhiji. He wondered, whether it suits political ethics if Congress-led UDF candidate seeks the support of RSS which killed Mahatma Gandhi. RSS Kollam Mahanagar Sanghchalak R. Goapalakrishnan has sent legal notice to Isaac and K.J. Thomas and P. Rajeev, printer/publisher and editor of " ...

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Hindu spiritual leaders stage dharna against CPI(M) insults on sanyasi

Hindu spiritual leaders staged a namajapa dharna in front of the secretariat in Thiruvananthapuram on April 21 to protest against CPI(M) for insulting Swami Chidanand Puri, head of the Adwaitashramam in Kolathoor, Kozhikode. Swami Adhyatmananda Saraswathi, Acharya of the Kerala Sambod Foundation, inaugurated the dharna. The Swami said that Hindus cannot tolerate the abuses showered on Puri who leads the Hin ...

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2 Students arrested for sedition

Malayalam media outlets under scanner Two students belonging to an ultra-Left outfit were booked under Sections 124 and 124A of the IPC in Mallappuram district in Kerala for putting up anti-India posters. The police registered sedition cases against Rinshad, a second-year B.Com student, Muhammad Haris, student of Islamic History in Mallappuram Government College. Initially, they were members of the SFI. It ...

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CBI Charges Kerala CPM Leaders for Murder of Muslim Teen

CPM Kannur district supremo P Jayarajan and his blue eyed boy T.V. Rajesh MLA are charge-sheeted by CBI in connection with the murder of Ariyil Shukoor who left CPM and joined Indian Union Muslim League (IUML). Shukoor was killed on February 20, 2012. The crime was in connection with an alleged IUML attack on the car Jayarajan and Rajesh were travelling in. It is alleged, later on Shukkor was caught by the ...

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Scared of public anger, Sabarimala board chief, members skip temple event

Scared of public anger over its U-turn on its Sabarimala stand in the Supreme Court, Travancore Dewaswom Bord (TDB) president and members gave a miss to the flag hoisting ceremony and inauguration of the cultural meeting in connection with the festival of Ettumanoor Shiva temple, the second most important temple under the Board. President A Padmakumar, member KP Sankaradas and another member V Vijayakumar d ...

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Remove Traditional Lamps from Police Stations, – Hinduphobic CPM Govt. Issues Fatwa

The govt. of Kerala has conveyed to the police stations not to lit traditional lamps (deepa) in their premises. If the stations do have any God's pictures or idols they should be removed. The idea is to reduce the strength of 'believers' in the force. Instruction has been passed on to the stations through district police superintendents. The new fatwa is to be viewed against the backdrop of the recent Sabar ...

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TDB Takes U-Turn in SC, Backs Violation of Sabarimala Traditions

Both Pinarayi regime and the "Pinarayi-controlled" Thiruvithamkoor Devaswom Board (TDB) betrayed Hindus when the apex court of the country heard the arguments in connection with the review petitions filed with respect to the September 28, 2018 verdict. They betrayed the Hindus by submitting before the court their stand against the revision petitions filed by various Hindu organisations, despite strong agita ...

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Upset with CPI (M) cadre’s threats, women activist leaves Munnar

The CPI (M) recently organised a Women’s Wall to highlight its commitment to gender rights. But when it comes to atrocities against women, the CPI (M) tops the list. A slew of cases of sexual harassment and rape against its top functionaries have dented its image. Recently the CPI (M)-led government had transferred a young woman police officer who has shown the courage to carry out a raid on the CPI (M) off ...

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Brother of woman who entered Sabarimala tenders public apology for sister’s sin

Bharat Bhushan, the brother of Kanaka Durga, an ultra-Left activist who visited Sabarimala violating traditions and hurting sentiments of crores of devotees of Lord Ayyappa, tendered a public apology at Ayyappa Bhakta Sangamam, organised by Sabarimala Karma Samiti in Thiruvananthapuram on January 20 (Sunday). An emotional Bhushan, with folded hands, addressed the mammoth gathering of people and tendered an ...

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Sabarimala pilgrim season concludes, CPM women workers make one more futile attempt to violate

The two-month annual Mandalam-Makaravilakku pilgrim season at Sabarimala concluded today with Pandalam royal representative taking Darshan. The temple closed by 6.45 a.m. and the royal representative escorted the Thiruvabharanam (sacred ornaments of Ayyappa) back to the Pandalam Palace. Meanwhile, CPM women workers Reshma Nishanth and Shanila made one more futile attempt to enter the Sabarimala temple and v ...

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