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Rules that makeshift Ram temple belongs to Hindus; Waqf Board, Janmabhoomi Trust to go on appeal
A significant step, says BJP
RSS urges Muslims to give up their share of the area
New Delhi: Taken aback by the long-awaited judgment in the Ayodhya title suit case, the United Progressive Alliance government swiftly made yet another appeal for “peace and tranquillity,” even as the Congress responded cautiously ...
Panchayati justice that takes away legal rights of Muslims: Rajeev Dhavan
Muslim groups disappointed
New Delhi: Muslim groups on Thursday reacted with disappointment to the dismissal of the Sunni Central Waqf Board (SCWB) suit and the three-way division of disputed land ordered by the Allahabad High Court in the Ayodhya title ...
Force of faith trumps law and reason in Ayodhya case
If left unamended by the Supreme Court, the legal, social and political repercussions of the judgment are likely to be extremely damaging
Disputed structure built against Islamic tenets: Justice Sharma
New Delhi: Justice D.V. Sharma, one of the three judges who delivered the verdict in the Ayodhya title suits on Thursday, disagreed with the decision of the majority, on a Bench of the Allahabad High Court in Lucknow, that one-third of the ...
BJP will not play politics with Ayodhya, says Gadkari
“A temple must be erected at Ram's birthplace in a spirit of brotherhood”
Rousing welcome for Queen's Baton in New Delhi
Reaches host city after traversing 1,90,000 km
PDP to boycott Assembly
Playing politics on bodies is not my trait: Omar
Rare snake sighted in West Bengal
Channels can use DD feeds of Games only for nine minutes a day
NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Thursday restrained all private news channels, which got themselves accredited with the Commonwealth Games Organising Committee (OC), from using Doordarshan's feeds of the Games for more than nine minutes on ...
Work resumes at Calcutta High Court
KOLKATA: Work resumed at the Calcutta High Court on Thursday. The employees had been on a strike since September 22 in protest against the non-implementation of a revised pay structure. More than 1,700 employees belonging to five ...
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