Compensation in Sabarimala tragedies still unpaid

The Opposition on Wednesday said in the Kerala Assembly that the government was yet to compensate victims in the latest as well as an earlier tragedy at the Sabarimala temple.

Sabarimala stampede: Kerala orders judicial probe

The Kerala government announced a judicial inquiry into the Sabarimala stampede Jan 14.

Sabarimala probe: Govt to seek services of HC judge

Kerala Cabinet on Tuesday formalised the proposal to order a judicial inquiry into
the stampede that claimed the lives of 102 Ayyappa pilgrims
at Pullumedu on January 14.

Court asks for revised reports on Sabarimala stampede

Counsel for the state wanted more time to file the report because police officials investigating the case had gone to Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka to conduct more inquiries.

Kerala Governor cancels `At Home` programme

Kerala Governor RS Gavi
has cancelled the `At Home` programme organised in connection
with the Republic Day celebrations at Raj Bhavan here on
January 26 in the wake of the stampede at Pullumedu that
killed 102 Ayyappa devotees.

Kerala Governor cancels `At Home` programme

Kerala Governor RS Gavi has cancelled the `At Home` programme organised in connection with the Republic Day celebrations at Rajbhavan here on January 26.

TDB resents blaming it for Sabarimala stampede

The Travancore Devaswom
Board (TDB), which manages the Sabarimala temple, has come
out against putting all the blame on it for last week`s
stampede that claimed lives of 102 pilgrims.

Sabarimala: Kerala govt files affidavit in HC

The Kerala government was rapped by the High Court for inadequate measures in the wake of Pulmedu tragedy which claimed the lives of 102 Sabarimala pilgrims.

Sabarimala: Issues raised by HC to be included in probe, says VS

Kerala CM VS Achuthanandan said the issue of lack of co-ordnation among government departments raised by Kerala HC in the context of the Sabarimala stampede would be brought in the ambit of the proposed judicial probe.

Issues raised by court will be included in probe: Achuthanandan

In a suo moto reference, a division bench of the High Court observed that there had been lack of co-ordination among various departments in the arrangements for regulating flow of pilgrims at Sabarimala.

Kerala HC seeks report on Sabarimala stampede

The Kerala High Court took suo moto cognisance of the Sabarimala stampede.

Sabarimala stampede - tragedy reduced to a probe?

As police investigate the stampede near the Sabarimala Temple that claimed 102 lives, the question in many minds is whether it will throw up answers and fix responsibility.

Sabarimala tragedy: Probe begins, police insist security adequate

The Crime Branch led by Superintendent of Police S Surendran reached the accident spot.

Bad weather prevents Rahul from landing at Sabarimala

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, who wanted to visit Vandiperiyar where 102 Sabarimala piligrims were killed on Friday night, was unable do so as his helicopter could not land there today owing to bad weather.

Sonia, Gadkari express shock at Sabarimala tragedy

Congress president Sonia Gandhi and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Nitin Gadkari on Saturday expressed shock and anguish at the loss of lives in the stampede near the shrine of Sabarimala in Kerala.

PM condoles death of Sabarimala pilgrims

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday expressed shock over the death of Sabarimala pilgrims in a stampede in Kerala`s Idukki district and announced a compensation of Rs one lakh each to the kin of those killed.

Sabarimala stampede: Over 100 pilgrims killed, several injured

At least 102 Sabarimala pilgrims were killed & 50 others injured in the stampede that occurred Friday night at Pullumedu in Kerala`s Idukki district.

President condoles death of Sabarimala pilgrims

President Pratibha Patil Saturday
condoled the death of Sabarimala pilgrims in a stampede at
Pullumedu in Kerala`s Idukki district.