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    1984 Anti Sikh Riots – Supreme Court refuse interim bail to former Congress leader Sajjan Kumar

    The Supreme Court today refused to grant interim bail to former Congress leader Sajjan Kumar, who is sentenced to life imprisonment in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case. The top Court said it will hear his bail plea in summer vacations. A bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde, also said it will consider medical report from the AIIMS on the health condition of Kumar after completing the hearing in the Sabarimala ...

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    Sabarimala – Anti social elements throw meat and animal carcasses on the road to desecrate the sacred ‘Thiruvabharanam’ procession

    Anti social elements threw meat and animal carcasses on the path of the procession carrying ‘Thiruvabharanam’, the sacred jewellery to be adorned on the idol of Bhagawan Ayyappa Swami of Sabarimala temple during Makar Sankranti -Makaravilakku ceremony. In a bid to defile the sacred procession, anti-social elements dumped meat and animal carcasses on the traditional route of the procession, Mandiram -Vadaser ...

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    Sabarimala – 1 Crore lamps to be lit on ‘Makara Vilakku’

    The Sabarimala Karma Samiti has decided to light one crore ‘Makara lamps’ on the ‘Makara Vilakku’ day. The decision was taken at a meeting of the state committee held in Kochi. The Karma Samiti has also decided to show Makara Jyoti throughout the state on Makara Vilakku Day every year to maintain Sabarimala’s customs and purity. The lamp will be lit in temples and public places across the state from 6.30 pm ...

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    Sabarimala – ‘We Are Not Passing Any Orders’ ……..CJI

    Even while agreeing that there was no stay of the judgment allowing entry of women of all age groups to Sabarimala temple, the Supreme Court on Friday chose not to pass protection orders for women seeking to visit the hilltop shrine of Lord Ayyappa. Chief Justice of India SA Bobde said that it was an "emotive issue", and that the Court would prefer to exercise its discretion to decline relief to prevent vio ...

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    Tamilnadu – Student punished for wearing Sabarimala Mala in Christian school

    Asked to clean toilets in Deeksha attire A student in Tamil Nadu had to bear the brunt for merely following his faith and tradition. A seventh standard student of a Government aided school in the state has been punished for wearing Mala, black shirts for Sabarimala. The boy who was given cleaning of toilets in the Sabarimala Deeksha attire as punishment, has burnt his hands when the toilet cleaning acid fel ...

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    2018 Sabarimala verdict not final – CJI

    In a significant remark on the controversial Women’s entry in Sabarimala temple, CJI SA Bobde on Thursday said last year’s judgment allowing entry of women of all age into the Kerala temple is “not the last word”. The Supreme Court made the remark on Thursday while hearing a petition moved by gender activist Bindu Ammini who was attacked last month when she tried to enter the Sabarimala temple along with ac ...

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    Ranga Hari Ji releases ‘Hindutva for the Changing Times’ book at Kochi International Book Festival

    Much-awaited ‘Hindutva for the Changing Times’, written by convenor of Prajna Pravah J Nandakumar was released by veteran RSS pracharak Ranga Hari Ji at Kochi International Book Festival on December 1st. Indus Scrolls Press has published the book, which will hit the stands in the third week of December. Speaking at the function, in his inimitable style, he spoke about the assimilating character of Hindutva ...

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    Sabarimala – Controversy monger Trupti Desai attempts to desecrate Sabarimala again

    Trupti Desai, the controversy monger has returned again to target Sabarimala tradition. She and her team landed in Kochi International Airport at 5 am today. They told the media that they are heading to Sabarimala to enter the temple. She carried the SC verdict of Sept 28, 2018. Bindu Ammini, one of the two woman activists who violated tradition last year, is part of Desai's team. Despite government's polic ...

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    Kerala HC admonishes police for allowing vehicles of their choice to go to Pamba

    Kochi (VSK). The Kerala High Court, came down heavily against the police for allowing vehicles of their choice to enter Pamba while going to Sabarimala. The government informed the court that only small vehicles are being allowed at Pamba en route to Sabarimala. However, the Division Bench said that the court had received a report that says the police are allowing vehicles of their choice to enter Pamba. Th ...

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    Sabarimala – SC asks Kerala Government to frame exclusive law for Sabarimala

    The Supreme Court has directed the Kerala government to frame a separate law for the administration of the Sabarimala Temple. The apex court has also set the third week of January 2020 as the deadline and said the exclusive law should be similar to the southern state's other famous temples like Tirupati and Guruvayur. On August 27, the Supreme Court had asked the Kerala government to frame a new law for Sab ...

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