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An Indian temple’s ban on 'menstruating' women is finally breached

Protesters gather at a temple to oppose the lifting of the ban which was announced in October. Image: REUTERS/Sivaram V

Maria Thomas

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Protesters hold a portrait of Hindu deity “Ayappa” as they take part in a rally called by various Hindu organisations after two women entered the Sabarimala temple, in Kochi, India, January 2, 2019. Image: REUTERS/Sivaram V
Protesters shout slogans as they take part in a rally called by various Hindu organisations after two women entered the Sabarimala temple in Kochi, India, January 2, 2019 Image: REUTERS/Sivaram V

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