SABARIMALA TEMPLE SHUT TILL NOVEMBER 4; SC TO DECIDE ON PETITIONS SEEKING REVIEW OF ITS VERDICT ON WOMEN'S ENTRY

The sanctum sacrosanct of the famed temple closed at 10 PM on Monday till and will reopen on November 4.

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