SC SABARIMALA VERDICT: FOCUS SHIFTS TO LEFT GOVT IN KERALA

Thiruvananthapuram: Ahead of the pilgrimage season at the Lord Ayyappa shrine commencing on November 17, the focus has now shifted to the LDF government in Kerala over allowing women in the 10-50 age group to offer prayers as the Supreme Court has decided to keep pending the pleas seeking review of its verdict. The left government would consult legal experts to get more clarity on the Supreme Courts Sabarimala verdict but it seems that the e...

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