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Protests over ruling to allow women into Hindu temple

The News Articles Tuesday, 20 November 2018
Protests over ruling to allow women into Hindu templeProtests had been sparked at a Hindu temple in India over a Excellent Court docket ruling to permit all ladies get entry to to the shrine of a “celibate” deity. Police have arrested 68 demonstrators after hard-line devotees surrounded the Sabarimala temple within the state of Kerala to dam ladies from coming into. Ahead of …
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