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|Title:||Justice defined in Sabarimala case.|
|Citation:||Chanda, Jewel. (18th October 2018). Justice defined in Sabarimala case. The Statesman.|
|Description:||The recent judgment of the Hon’ble Supreme Court in Sabarimala case is facing criticism from devotees. Many claim that it hurts the sentiments of a large section of devotees including women. Two petitions for review have already been filed. The judgment is critiqued as being destructive of religious faith and belief. No doubt there is widespread adverse opinion against the judgement, but these are not sufficient to take away the sanctity of it.|
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