Returning to Ayodhya

In December 1992, reporter Rakesh Sinha and photographer Praveen Jain chronicled the demolition of the Babri Masjid - events that led to it and the violence in its wake. Their reports and photographs led the Liberhan Commission to call them as key eyewitnesses. Twenty five years later, they return to Ayodhya to track the new battlelines in an enduring conflict.

Returning to Ayodhya News

Returning to Ayodhya 25 years later: For sons of men killed fleeing, this dispute is not quite over

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.

Final Ayodhya hearing starts today, litigants have a common plea: decide, once and for all

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.

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Returning to Ayodhya: ‘Yogi here, Modi there, Gods played a role..temple if not now, then never’

Revisiting Ayodhya: An iron fencing painted yellow runs around the entire acquired area with a three-tier security arrangement in place. The disputed site is in the red zone, guarded by CRPF personnel including women.

In crumbling Ayodhya, civic poll is the buzz for future and December 6 is now history

In December 1992, reporter Rakesh Sinha and photographer Praveen Jain chronicled the demolition of the Babri Masjid. Their reports and photographs led the Liberhan Commission to call them as key eyewitnesses. 25 years later, they return to Ayodhya to track the new battle lines in an enduring conflict.

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