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UP govt extends tenure of special judge hearing Babri demolition case

Last month, the top court asked the state government to issue orders on the extension of tenure of the special judge and to consider his request including providing security to him. The development came after the judge, in a letter, appealed for protection.

Babri Masjid case: CBI moves court to summon Kalyan Singh hours after he rejoins BJP

CBI moved the court weeks after the 87-year-old leader's tenure ended as Rajasthan governor, a constitutional post that offered him immunity from standing trial. Kalyan Singh is likely to face trial for criminal conspiracy in the Babri Masjid demolition case.

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Babri Masjid demolition case: Trial judge asks for protection, SC tells UP govt to consider

The trial judge appealed for protection in the Apex court in a letter following which the court asked Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath-led UP government to consider his request including providing security to him.

Deliver Babri demolition judgment in nine months: SC to Special CBI judge

The SC's orders came after Special Judge Yadav moved the Court in May this year seeking an additional six more months to complete hearing the case. Yadav, in a letter to the Court, had said he was set to retire on September 30.

‘Rebuild Babri Mosque’ posters crop up in AMU, removed

AMU media in-charge M Shafey Kidwai said that since the posters had been put up without permission or verification of content, they were removed on the directive of the varsity proctor.

Ayodhya: Yogi Adityanath govt for speedy hearing, SC lists it for January

Senior advocate C S Vaidyanathan, representing Ramlalla Virajman (idol of the infant Ram at the Ayodhya site), pleaded that the matter of hearing the appeals be taken up in November itself.

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In 2018, the 1992 test

Many of those charged in the Babri Masjid demolition case are lawmakers. That’s what makes the case a litmus test for rule of law in the country

Mumbai riots 1992: 25 years on, some have given up, some still hope for justice

Nine police officials face charges; activists feel the action taken after Srikrishna Committee report is cosmetic, too little for the magnitude of the crimes committed

Babri Masjid demolition case: Mosque can be built at a distance from disputed site, says Shia Waqf Board

The Waqf Board claimed that a part of the disputed land given to the Shia Waqf Board -- a party in the Ayodhya case -- belongs to it.

Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid case: SC to decide on early hearing

According to the 54-page chargesheet, BJP leaders allegedly expressed their intention of constructing a temple publicly by way of political speeches over a highly disputed land since the 1950s. The apex court directed no fresh trial to take place and directed the Lucknow bench to hear the case on an everyday basis.

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