As per report for the first time in Sabarimala, police officers have been instructed to follow a firm dress code while on duty at the temple. Officers have been asked to wear caps, boots and belts, with their shirts tucked in. Meanwhile they must also turn up clean shaven and this is to ensure that they follow a dress code like at any other protest site.
Sources from Thiruvananthapuram stated that Social activist Trupti Desai said Wednesday she would visit the Sabarimala temple, which saw frenzied protests from devotees against the Supreme Court's decision to allow women of all ages to offer prayers, with six other women in the 10-50 age group on Saturday.
According to sources Supreme Court has agreed to hear 49 review petitions against its September 28 verdict allowing women of all age’s entry into the Sabarimala temple. Meanwhile the SC announced January 22, 2019 as the date for an open court hearing, which is a hearing to which the public has a right to be admitted, on this issue. Furthermore it has also decided to hear fresh writ petitions on this issue in open court on the same day.
According to sources Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Wednesday said the reason for Centre's refusal to accept the aid offered by UAE Government for Kerala flood relief continues to remain a mystery. Meanwhile the chief minister said industrialist M.A. Yusuf Ali had made public UAE's Rs 700
Accordingly On early Tuesday morning, a video journalist was injured after protesting devotees targeted media persons at Sabarimala. Reports added hundreds of protesters gathered at Sannidhanam or the inner courtyard after reports of a woman devotee, suspected to be in menstrual age, tried to enter the temple.
According to sources after the violent protests against the Supreme Court decision to allow women of all ages into the Sabarimala temple in October, Kerala police came out in full force on the road from Nilakkal, the base camp from where devotees head to Pamba and trek up to the Sabarimala temple. Meanwhile as per report around 1,500 police personnel each has been deployed in the areas of the temple, Pamba and Nilakkal.
According to sources a day after Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan chaired a high level meeting with senior police officials in Thiruvananthapuram. Meanwhile authorities on Thursday launched a crackdown on protesters who prevented women in the 10 to 50 age group from entering the Sabarimala temple.
Accordingly just four days after AMMA (Association of Malayalam Movie Artists) and its president Mohanlal announced on Friday that Dileep was asked to submit his resignation to the organization, a copy of Dileep’s resignation letter indicates that he submitted the resignation of his own accord. Earlier on Friday
As per report Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi said that review petitions against the Supreme Court order allowing women of all ages to enter Sabarimala temple will be heard on November 13. Earlier on Monday, while hearing an oral mentioning about the case, CJI Gogoi said, “We know there are 19 review petitions pending. By tomorrow, we will decide when to list the matters”.
Actor Sivakumar has said that no one can stop women coming into Sabarimala Ayyappan temple. Following the supreme court verdict, the situation has changed that women can enter the Sabarimala Ayyappan temple. However, after severe protests by some pro-Hindu outfits and BJP groups, the condition is that women are still unable to enter Ayyappan temple.
As per report the Executive Committee of AMMA (Association of Malayalam Movie Artists) convened a press meet in Kochi to announce that Dileep has officially resigned from the organization. Accordingly Mohanlal told media “He called Dileep and requested him to resign, he did.
According to sources it is a historic day in Sabarimala temple as it has opened its door to women of all ages to enter the shrine after the controversial Supreme Court verdict on September 28. Meanwhile amid growing protests and commotion, young women devotees are attempting to climb the steps of the temple. Accordingly a number of policemen have been deployed at the temple to allow safe passage for women devotees.
Sources from Kerala stated that the Women in Cinema Collective (WCC) has filed a writ petition in the Kerala High Court seeking the establishment of a grievance redressal mechanism against sexual harassment, in line with the Vishaka Guidelines laid down by the Supreme Court and the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013.
The police forces have come down heavily against the people protesting against women entering Sabarimala temple, as today they lathi charged and heavily attacked the protesters. After the sensational Verdict on women entering Sabarimala temple was given, yesterday is the first time the temple is all set to be opened, and it is expected that some will be entering the temple yesterday evening.
After the sensational verdict pronounced by the Supreme Court that women of all age groups can enter the Sabarimala Ayyapan temple, the temple is getting opened for the first time tomorrow for devotees. Following this development, tight security has been setup at the temple, and even women of Kerala themselves are constantly monitoring if women are entering the Sabarimala temple.
In Kerala Puja Veppu ceremony is performed on the day of Durgashtami. All kinds of study and work are given up on this day and books are worshiped. On the day of Mahanavami, Goddess Saraswati is worshiped. On the day of Vijaya Dashami, it is break-up time for the Pooja and work and study are again restarted.
Veteran actress Revathy has opened up that years before a young actress had complained to her and sought her help from sexual harassment and now Revathy's own complaint has turned against her. Now a complaint has been registered against Revathy for hiding the issue reported by the 17 year old actress then.
Fighting against the Supreme Court verdict that allows women also to enter the Ayyappa temple at Sabarimala, the BJP party has initiated a giant protest at Kerala. Ever since the Verdict on Sabarimala case was pronounced with chief justice Dipak Misra headed bench making it legal that women must be allowed into Sabarimala temple there are negative reactions across Kerala.
A Kerala actor who had issued a threat message that women coming to Sabarimala temple will be hacked to pieces has issued an apology now. On September 28, the supreme court of India had given the verdict that women of all age groups can enter Kerala's Sabarimala temple and offer their prayers to lord Ayyappa and with the exception being Justice Indhu Malhotra who was against the verdict.
Accordingly following the Supreme Court’s ruling allowing the entry of women across all age groups into the Sabarimala temple in Kerala, the Travancore Devaswom Board (TDB) has now come forward to state that there will be no separate or special facilities would be made available for women who want to take part in the pilgrimage to the temple.
It has come out in the open on how much former Indian cricketer Sreesanth earns per week in the current season of Hindi Bigg boss. In the season 12 of Big boss hosted by Bollywood actor Salman Khan, which has been going on with fights, controversies, and sensational stuff, cricketer Sreesanth has been one of the major contestants.
Sources from Kerala stated that the voices against the Supreme Court verdict allowing women of all ages to enter the Sabarimala temple in Kerala is growing louder with each passing day. Accordingly ever since the verdict was passed on September 28, thousands of devotees from various Hindu organizations
According to sources the representatives of Sabarimala temple's 'tantri' (chief priest) will not attend a conciliation meeting called by Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan to discuss the September 28 Supreme Court verdict that threw open the temple to all women, it was announced on Sunday.
According to sources a new bi-weekly train between Kochuveli in Thiruvananthapuram and Banaswadi in Bengaluru will be flagged off on October 20, by Union Minister of State for Tourism Alphons Kannanthanam. Meanwhile the Bangalore Humsafar Express will leave Kochuveli at 6.50 pm every Thursday and Saturday and will reach Banaswadi at 10.45 am on Friday and Sunday respectively.
According to sources in the wake of heavy rainfall predictions, the shutters of Idukki dam will be opened to release 50 cubic metres per second of water from 4 p.m. onward on Friday, according to the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) dam safety wing. Meanwhile a high level meeting called on Friday
As per report five days after the Supreme Court ruled that women will be allowed to enter the Sabarimala temple, the RSS made its stance on the issue clear. Meanwhile the RSS called the Kerala government's move to not file a review petition on the Supreme Court order allowing women of all ages to enter the Sabarimala
According to sources a red alert warning has been issued to three districts in Kerala for October 7th. As per report from the Indian Meteorological Department, Thrissur, Palakkad and Idukki are likely to see very heavy rains and strong winds on October 7 and therefore red alerts have been issued in these districts. Meanwhile by October 5th, heavy rains are expected across the state of Kerala.