Tag: Hindu temple
At least two people have been injured, including a police officer.
The devotees opposed to the temple's relocation say they will be witnesses in another lawsuit filed against temple administrator K Chellappa.
Minister had earlier asked the JMM president to apologise for his 'defamatory' remarks.
Judge M Gunalan rules against an application by three individuals to delay the implementation of a consent judgment.
The developer says it has exercised restraint in getting back its land occupied by the temple.
The prime minister condemns the violence outside the Subang Jaya temple, but says it is not a racial issue.
Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin says the new government should uphold the rule of law.
Many Hindus believe the Babri Mosque was only built after the destruction of a temple on the same spot that marks the birthplace of their god Ram, and the issue remains hugely divisive.
A deputy minister says Putrajaya has no legal power to instruct the developer not to carry out the judgment on the Sri Maha Mariamman Temple.
They accuse the government of ignoring their pleas and also want the prime minister to intervene.
M Nagaraju admits he once agreed to the consent judgment for the relocation of the Sri Maha Mariamman temple, but explains why he opposes it now.
Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar will personally ensure a new site is made available by state government for relocation of temple which was built on private land.
Vandals strike again at Sri Raja Madurai Veeram temple, inflicting greater damage this time around.
About 100 people protest against the handling of several temple issues by Deputy Chief Minister II Ramasamy.
MIC President Dr S Subramaniam also orders all MIC Youth members to help monitor Hindu temples in their respective areas.
State police chief says 45-year-old man admitted to defiling statues and robbing temple of jewellery.
Penang Deputy Chief Minister II P Ramasamy says he is confident team led by State Deputy Police Chief A Thaiveegan can nab culprits behind four temple desecrations over past two months.
This is the third such case reported since last month.
Is it a coincidence or planned, asks Penang DCM II P Ramasamy over last night's desecration of a Hindu temple in Penanti, barely a week after a similar incident in the same town.
Ramasamy says temple officials to consider closed-circuit TV after two statues of deities smashed.
Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng also donates RM10,000 to rebuild desecrated idols at a temple broken into by an unknown individual recently.
DAP's P Ramasamy says only a psychiatrist is qualified to say if the man is mentally unsound, not the police.
Funding temples helps the community at large, argues MIA president.
Long-time chairman files action to strike out suit to remove him from office
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