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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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    Kshatriyas of 105 villages will now wear turban and leather shoes; Had vowed not to wear turban 500 years ago in protest of destruction of Ram Temple

    Suryavanshi Kshatriya families in Ayodhya and adjoining 105 villages will start wearing turban and leather shoes after a gap of 500 years. The reason for this is that their resolve to rebuild the Ram Temple which was destroyed by Babur will be soon fulfilled. Turbans are being distributed to every homes of Kshatriyas in these villages. Public meetings are also being held for the same purpose. After the Ram ...

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    Sabarimala – Press Statement by RSS Akhil Bharatiya Prachar Pramukh

    Matters related to traditions and customs are issues of faith and belief. Restriction of women belonging to a particular age- group to the Sabarimala shrine has nothing to with gender inequality or discrimination, and that is strictly based on the specialty of the deity. We are of the firm view that the judicial review under whatever pretext in the matter will be violative of the spirit of the freedom of wo ...

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    Sabarimala – Supreme Court honors review petitions filed against its judgment on Sabarimala; Refers them to a larger bench

    The Supreme Court delivered its verdict on the much awaited review petitions over its Sabarimala judgment last year. Honoring the petitions the 5-judge bench has referred the petition to a larger bench. The New Bench will comprise of 7 judges of the Supreme Court. The Sabarimala case was referred to the 7 member bench of the Supreme Court by a 3-2 verdict. The Supreme Court had reserved orders on review pet ...

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    With gratitude to the revered saints and experts, the VHP demanded swift action from the government

    New Delhi. Following the historic verdict delivered by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in the Ram JanmaBhumi case, a special meeting of the central office bearers of Vishva Hindu Parishad was held at the VHP headquarters in New Delhi in which, satisfaction was expressed on the judgement of the Hon’ble Supreme Court. In this meeting held under the chairmanship of Vishva Hindu Parishad Working President, A ...

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    Press statement of advocate Alok Kumar, VHP working president

    New Delhi. Today is a day of great rejoicing, satisfaction and fulfillment. After 491 years of struggles, numerous battles and innumerable sacrifices for the cause of the Temple at Sri Ram JanmaBhumi in Ayodhya, the Supreme Court of India has finally pronounced the truth and justice of the matter. This verdict, given after a marathon hearing of 40 days/200+ hours and without being distracted by a range of o ...

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    RSS Sarsanghchalak’s press conference on Ramjanmabhoomi Judgement

    The decision given by the Honourable Supreme Court is in line with the sentiments of the whole nation. Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh also joins the people of the whole nation in welcoming this verdict. The final judgement has come after legal processes spanning decades. In this process, all aspects relating to the Ram Janmabhoomi were thoroughly checked. Arguments placed by all parties reflecting their respec ...

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    CJI lauds the NRC – Slams armchair commentators who are against it

    New Delhi. The Chief Justice of India (CJI), Ranjan Gogoi, lauded the National Register of Citizens (NRC) by saying that it was a well intended exercise and a base document for the future. Surprisingly, the CJI came down heavily against armchair commentators for using social media to double speak on the issue. The Chief Justice was speaking during the book release of ‘Post-Colonial Assam’ authored by Mrinal ...

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    Shri Ram Janmabhoomi – Final hearing in the case from 6th August

    The Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court on Friday said that it will start hearing the appeals related to Ayodhya case on day to day basis from August 6th. The 3-member mediation panel that was setup by the Supreme Court has expressed that the Ayodhya case cannot be resolved through negotiations. The panel's decision was submitted to the court in a closed envelope on Thursday. The mediation panel was con ...

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    SC Takes Tough Stance on Temple Mismanagement – Temple Administration Should Be In Devotees’ Hands, Not Government

    New Delhi. The Supreme Court on Monday (8th March) took a strongly critical stance on government management of religious places, noting the blatant failures by official authorities to prevent offences such as theft of idols. The court said that the task of administration of these religious sites should instead be given to devotees. The bench comprising of Justices SA Bobde and SA Nazeer made the observation ...

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