According to Reuters, two women who made history by becoming the first in centuries to enter a hill temple in southern India are in hiding after threats by hardline Hindu groups. The Sabarimala temple in the state of Kerala has been the site of tension since India’s Supreme Court ruled to end a ban on women of menstruating age entering it. Bindu Ammini and Kanakadurga said hey have since faced threats from protesters, but that they trusted the authorities to keep them safe and plan to return home next week.

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