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Kerala

BJP protests in Kerala over recovery of Sabarimala pilgrim's body

BJP alleged that Sivadasan had died during police action against devotees last month after SC verdict allowing women entry into the shrine.

02 Nov 2018 4:59 PM

Major fire breaks out in Kerala plastic factory, no casualties

Two people, who felt uneasy after inhaling the fumes, have been hospitalised.

01 Nov 2018 8:36 AM

‘Why BJP has not built bigger statue for Mahatma Gandhi,’ asks Tharoor

Tharoor alleged that BJP was 'hijacking' legacy of freedom fighters as they have no leaders of their own in history to celebrate.

31 Oct 2018 7:36 PM

'Kerala back to it's feet, absolutely safe to come to,' says Virat Kohli

Indian cricket team is in Thiruvananthapuram for the 5th and final ODI against West Indies at Sports Hub at Karyavattom on Thursday.

31 Oct 2018 4:11 PM

BJP begins dawn-to-dusk hunger strike over arrest of Sabarimala protesters

BJP took out marches to offices of Superintendent of Police in all district headquarters to condemn government for arresting agitators.

30 Oct 2018 2:03 PM

'Genuine' devotees to get necessary aid at Sabarimala: Kerala govt to HC

Kerala informed HC that necessary, requisite action would be taken to maintain law and order in Sabarimala.

29 Oct 2018 8:21 PM

Days after backing protestors, Amit Shah likely to visit Sabarimala temple

'Amit Shah wished to offer prayers at Sabarimala shrine during annual pilgrim season starting on November 17', BJP said.

29 Oct 2018 6:50 PM

Save Sabarimala activist Rahul Easwar named in #MeToo movement

Victim said she spoke up against Rahul Easwar as she sees him everywhere and memories came flooding back.

29 Oct 2018 2:40 PM

'Trying to threaten SC?' Kerala CM slams Amit Shah for Sabarimala comment

Amit Shah's physique, which is made up of only water, doesn't have much strength to pull down Kerala govt, Vijayan said.

29 Oct 2018 11:23 AM

Rahul Easwar arrested for ‘spilling blood on Sabarimala premises’ remark

Easwar had claimed that 20 devotees opposing entry of women were ready to inflict knife injuries on themselves on temple premises.

28 Oct 2018 3:18 PM