Neither side in the Babri Masjid case is keen on a judicial solution. So far, the courts themselves have, troublingly, adopted an approach that privileges religious sentiment
After defendant Haji Mehboob says he doesn’t want delay, Prime Minister Narendra Modi picked on Sibal’s plea, praised the Sunni Wakf Board and attacked the Congress for “the sin of keeping important issues unresolved” for electoral advantage and “making a mess of the country”.
Subhash Pandey and Mohammed Shahid live in different parts of Ayodhya but share a common story — of life at a standstill from the time they lost their fathers.
It was a day when the rule of law suffered a grievous blow and a political project was launched. The wounds have yet to heal
Events of December 6, 1992 assaulted both secularism and Hinduism. Consequences are still to play out fully
Nearly three decades later, many milestones have been crossed, but the road has not come to an end.
Ayodhya verdict LIVE UPDATES: The first lawsuit was filed on January 29, 1885, when the Mahant of Janmasthan, Raghubar Das, filed a civil suit against the Secretary of State for India in Council to build a temple at the Ram Chabutara spot
In September 2010, the Allahabad High Court ruled that Nirmohi Akhara, Sunni Central Wakf Board, UP and Ramlalla Virajman were joint holders of the disputed property, and awarded each a third of the land at the site.
Instituted on January 16, 1950, by Ayodhya resident Gopal Singh Visharad, who prayed that he be allowed to offer worship at the birthplace of Lord Sri Ram Chandra and sought a permanent injunction prohibiting removal of the idols from the Janmasthan.
“VHP has saved over 10,000 girls after counselling in the past, and many of them got remarried with Hindu boys.”
Court admits two more petitions challenging Allahabad HC verdict of three-way division of the disputed site.
Various parties to the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title suit on Monday expressed satisfaction over the Supreme Court order staying the Allahabad High Court direction for trifurcation of the disputed land.
The Supreme Court has stayed the Allahabad High court verdict on the dispute,calling it ‘strange’.
Court criticised Allahabad High Court order,said splitting land opened a ‘litany of litigation’.
The Wakf Board and Jamait Ulama-I-Hind have submitted that the verdict should be quashed as it was based on faith and not on evidence.