Senior advocate Vikas Singh, representing the All India Hindu Mahasabha, had referred to the pictorial map showing the exact birthplace of Lord Ram at the disputed site in Ayodhya. This was objected by Dhavan and then he asked the bench as to what he should do with it.
Senior advocate Zafaryab Jilani, representing the Board, told a five-judge Constitution bench hearing the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute case that it had accepted the Chabutra as the birthplace of Ram
Mir Baqi, Babur’s noble, affirms in this verse that the mosque (“the alighting place of angels”) was constructed by him under the express command of his master, the emperor. But he makes no mention of a temple, much less a Ram temple, having been made to yield the place for it. Babur himself makes no mention of either the mosque or of his command to the Mir.
The notice, published in three newspapers, asked Hindu and Muslim residents of Ayodhya to appear before the City Magistrate on January 17, 1950, “and put in written statements of their respective claims with regard to the fact of actual possession of the subject of the dispute”.
The Babri Masjid was built after demolishing a Ram temple at the disputed site in Ayodhya and Hindus kept worshipping there without giving up its possession, a Hindu litigant Thursday told the Supreme Court, while seeking enforcement of the right to worship there. Devotee Gopal Singh Visharad, who filed the lawsuit in the lower court […]
Ayodhya Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid Case Hearing Supreme Court Today HIGHLIGHTS: The bench had on August 2 taken note of the report of the three-member committee, headed by former apex court judge FMI Kalifulla, that the mediation proceedings which went on for about four months have not resulted in any final settlement.
The Centre on Tuesday moved the Supreme Court asking that it be allowed to had over the non-disputed land acquired around the disputed site to its original owners. Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath welcomed the Centre's move.