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Ayodhya case: SC says hearing likely to end by Oct 18, parties free to mediate

A bench headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi also said that petitioners in the case are free to resort to mediation through the apex court appointed panel, but the day-to-day hearing in the case would continue.

Ayodhya case: Evidence shows Hindu structure existed before Babri, says advocate for Ram Lalla

Citing a report by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), Vaidyanathan informed the Supreme Court that pillar bases found at the site establish the existence of a huge structure before the mosque was constructed.

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Ayodhya title dispute highlights: Supreme Court reserves verdict on whether matter should be referred for mediation

A five-judge Constitution Bench headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi had asked the parties involved in the case to explore the possibility of settling the matter through an in-camera, court-monitored process of mediation that could pave the way for a “healing”.

SC order today on ‘mediation’ in Ayodhya title dispute case

The Constitution Bench, hearing the matter, gave a week's time to the parties involved to explore the possibility of settling the matter through an in-camera, court-monitored process of mediation that could pave the way for a “healing”.

Before judges in 2019: hot-button issues, task of filling empty Benches

The coming year could see justice dispensed to those who have been waiting for it for years.

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Ayodhya dispute: Centre moves SC seeking permission to release non-disputed land

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.

Is VHP’s Ayodhya mobilisation bringing back fears of the 1992 Babri demolition?

Is the Ayodhya mobilisation now as powerful and potent as it was in 1992? Are there law and order concerns for the Centre and Uttar Pradesh government, both now ruled by the BJP? And most importantly, is it fair to compare 2018 to 1992?

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