Women activists participate in a demonstration demanding highest punishment for convicted persons in the Kamduni rape case and the re-arrest of two acquitted persons near the city court in Kolkata, India, Friday, Jan. 29, 2016. (AP Photo/Bikas Das)
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Around 25 female activists were prevented Saturday from entering a temple in western India traditionally open only to men, a day after a Mumbai court ruled that women have a fundamental right to enter and pray inside temples.The temple, located in Maharashtra state, has become the focus of a protest by female activists who say they're fighting a centuries-old tradition of barring women from worshipping at some Hindu temples.On Friday, the court ruled that women could enter any temple in Maharashtra state.
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