Thiruvananthapuram: The advocate general (AG) gave legal advice to the state government that the verdict pronounced by Supreme Court in September 2018 allowing women entry in Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple need not be implemented as the case has beenreferred to larger bench of the apex court. The advocate general will meet the chief minister on Friday for further discussions in this matter. The meeting will be held before noon. The chief minister's l... (Date:11/15/2019 06:58) Read full article >>

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