The review petitions would be heard by a constitution bench comprising Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justices R F Nariman, A M Khanwilkar, D Y Chandrachud and Indu Malhotra.
Over 50 review petitions are filed against the earlier decision of the SC given on September 28 last year, which lifted the ban on the entry of women aged between 10 and 50 years into Sabarimala.
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The observation came after lawyer Mathews J Nedumpara sought live streaming of hearing on the petitions seeking review of the apex court's verdict allowing all women inside Sabarimala Temple.
Vijayan said a cabinet meeting Monday decided to bring in an ordinance, the 'Kerala Prevention of Damage to Private Property Act,' to prevent destruction of private property during hartals.
The political turbulence triggered by the protests over the implementation of Sabarimala verdict and the steep decline in tourist arrival due to floods affected the state’s revenue slowing down the re
When the official 8 pm deadline for allowing pilgrims to Pampa from Nilakkal ended on Saturday, the police heaved a big sigh of relief.
Legal experts say instead of passing the buck to the Board, the government,which is bound to implement the order, could have moved the petition.
Chennithala said such a move would require a Constitutional amendment.
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TV reports say that Surendran was carrying the "Irrumudikettu" (a bundle containing offerings) when the police told him not to proceed citing law and order issues.
Nearly 1,000 police personnel are deployed at Nilakkal alone to prevent any untoward incident.
The security at the Cochin International has been intensified as protesters have gathered outside to prevent her from heading to the holy shrine.
Law Minister AK Balan, who had earlier gone public with his disagreement with the government position, was not invited for the meeting.
With just a day remaining for the Sabarimala temple to open for the Mandala - Makaravilakku pilgrimage season, all eyes are on the all-party meet called by the state government on Thursday.
While pilgrims on foot will be allowed to cross Nilakkal from 10:00 AM onwards from Friday, vehicles will be allowed from 12:00 PM.
Still further, the order also forecloses even a possibility for a future stay of the judgment, prior to January 22.