Sunday, April 21, 2024

Topic: Sabarimala women entry

Dalit activist Bindu Ammini, first woman to enter Sabarimala, attacked in Kerala

Dalit activist Bindu Ammini was attacked in Kerala on Wednesday. Ammini said this was not the first attack and blamed Hindutva outfits for targeting her.

The Babri Mosque-Ram Janmabhoomi dispute verdict tomorrow

The bench headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi, who retires on November 17 is set to deliver four important judgments. The Supreme...

Dalit activist Ammini’s sister and nephew attacked allegedly by RSS workers on Sabarimala row

Ammini, along with four other women, had made a failed attempt to enter the Sabarimala shrine on December 23. Since then, she has been facing threats from people who are opposed to women’s entry into the temple.

Cow dung thrown at national award-winning filmmaker after Fb Post on Sabarimala

National award winning director Priyanandan was attacked by Hindutva right-wing activists early on Friday following his social media post on the Sabarimala issue.

“Worse than a woman” Congress state President K. Sudhakaran’s sexist remark on Kerala CM

He took aim at Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, stating that his governance showed that he was “worse than a woman.” He later tendered an apology.

Kerala Hartal turns violent as Hindu outfits force shut shops and attack the public over Women’s Sabarimala entry

Violence was reported from different parts of the state during the state-wide dawn to dusk hartal called by the Sabarimala Karma Samithi. Agitating AKS workers damaged shops which were open as part of a decision by the traders' body to defy the hartal call.