Rahul Gandhi has Modiphobia, says Amit Shah

NEW DELHI: BJP President Amit Shah on Thursday took a dig at his Congress counterpart, in a rally in the poll-bound state Madhya Pradesh, Barwani BJP President said Rahul Gandhi was “afflicted with Modiphobia” and that is why he chants “Modi-Modi”. Rahul Gandhi has absolutely nothing to talk about,” he said, “He cannot speak about the corruption that […]

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Activist Trupti Desai stuck at Cochin airport, faces protests

COCHIN: As activist Trupti Desai landed at 430AM on Friday at the Kochi airport in order to visit Sabarimala temple but could not come out of the domestic terminal following protest by devotees opposing the entry of menstrual women into the Lord Ayyappa temple. Trupti Desai, a social activist announced that she will lead a group of […]

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Sabarimala Case: SC Agrees to Hear Review Petitions on Jan 22

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has agreed to hear in open court review petitions challenging its verdict allowing entry of women of all ages into Sabarimala temple. Hearing a bunch of petitions seeking a review of the court’s verdict, the Supreme Court said it will now hear the matter on January 22 in an open court. The […]

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Sabarimala reopening, 550 women in 10-50 age group register online for darshan

Portending violent protests when the Sabarimala temple opens for the two-month long ‘mandalam-makaravilakku’ pilgrimage season next week, a total of 550 women in the age group of 10 to 50 are believed to have signed up for darshan through the online booking facility of the Kerala Police.  Every year during the festival, the Kerala Police operates the […]

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Keep All Options Open For Ram Temple Construction, says Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

NEW DELHI: All options for construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya must be kept open and the community of saints should keep pushing and praying for an early resolution of the matter, Art of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar said today. “We have three options. We should continue with the talks to resolve the […]

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Ayodhya title suit: Ranjan Gogoi should constitute an SC bench comprising only Hindu judges

Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi will have to reconstitute a new Supreme Court bench that will fix a date in January to commence hearing the final arguments in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title dispute. This is because Justice Dipak Misra, who was part of the three-member bench that was earlier hearing the case, retired […]

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Sedition Complaint Against Amit Shah In Court Over Sabarimala Comments

SITAMARHI, BIHARI: A complaint was filed on Monday in a court in Sitamarhi against BJP president Amit Shah seeking registration of a case against him for sedition and other charges over his remarks in connection with the Supreme Court order on the Sabarimala issue. The complaint was filed by social activist Thakur Chandan Singh in the […]

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Ayodhya Dispute: SC Adjourns Matter, Date of Hearing Will be Fixed in January

New Delhi: The Supreme Court has adjourned till January the hearing of a clutch of pleas challenging the Allahabad High Court’s 2010 judgment which ruled that the disputed land on the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid site in Ayodhya be divided into three parts. The court said that the issue will come up before appropriate bench in January. […]

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Over 1400 detained in Kerala for unleashing violence during Sabarimala protest

KERALA: Cracking the whip, Kerala police detaining over 1400 people, who took part in demonstrations across Kerala for unleashing violence while protesting against the entry of young women into the Sabarimala temple earlier this month. “In a major swoop, we detained more 1407 people across the state and registered 258 cases in connection with the violence. We are checking their […]

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Kerala BJP leader approaches High Court to ban non-Hindus from visiting Sabarimala temple

KERALA: The Kerala High Court is likely to hear a petition seeking a ban on entry of non-Hindus into the Sabarimala temple. A writ petition was filed in the Kerala High Court  said that the entry of non-Hindu and non-idol worshippers into Sannidhanam violates Rule 3 of the rules framed under Kerala Places of Public Worship (Authorization of Entry) Act, […]

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