Sabarimala Temple
India  /  Published 07.04.21

Sabarimala dominates poll-day talk

By K.M. Rakesh in Bangalore

India  /  Published 01.04.21

Sabarimala puzzle that needs solving

In a September 2018 verdict, the Supreme Court had lifted all age barriers for women’s entry into the Sabarimala temple. While both the Congress and the BJP had initially welcomed the verdict, t...
By K.M. Rakesh in Konni

India  /  Published 24.03.21

Sabarimala back to haunt Left

By K.M. Rakesh in Bangalore

India  /  Published 25.02.21

Kerala damage control on CAA, temple case

The Kerala government has decided to withdraw all non-serious cases against those booked for protesting against the citizenship matrix and women’s entry to the Sabarimala temple in a significant...
By Our Special Correspondent in Bangalore

Opinion  /  Published 16.02.21

Wrong move: Congress's Sabarimala law

Sir — The draft law prepared by the Congress in Kerala on Sabarimala reeks of electoral populism (“Holy touch”, Feb 11). With the state likely to go to assembly polls in April, the C...
By The Telegraph


Opinion  /  Published 11.02.21

Holy touch: Sabarimala law

When the traditions of a temple feature large in an election campaign, it exposes the distortions afflicting politics in India. The Congress in Kerala has promised that if it comes to power after the ...
By The Editorial Board

India  /  Published 08.02.21

Sabrimala: draft bill with gender hounds

By K.M. Rakesh in Bangalore

India  /  Published 17.11.20

Sabarimala opens for devotees

State devaswom minister Kadakampally Surendran said all arrangements had been completed to ensure a smooth darshan for the devotees during the pilgrimage season. “Arrangements have been made in ...
By PTI in Sabarimala

India  /  Published 20.12.18

Vandalism cloud on RSS after arrest of duo

The Sangh parivar has come under suspicion for a series of vandal attacks on offices of the Nair Service Society, earlier assumed to be the handiwork of the Left, after two RSS workers were arrested o...
By K.M. Rakesh in Bangalore

Opinion  /  Published 20.12.18

The competing visions behind two judgments

Two judgments by the Supreme Court and the Meghalaya High Court in the last week epitomise the perils and promises of the delicate separation of powers framework that underlies governance in India. Th...
By Arghya Sengupta


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