Topic: Ayodhya dispute

The three-member mediation panel sought an extension of time to reach an amicable solution.
Sadhvi Pragya acknowledged playing an instrumental role in razing the Babri Masjid in Ayodhya in 1992 and admitted that she will now help build the Ram Mandir at the disputed place.
It would be ignorant and offensive to deny that the dispute revolves around faith and dignity of faith for all the parties involved matter equally.
Rejecting the plea, CJI Ranjan Gogoi upheld the Allahabad high courts order of Rs 5 lakh fine on the petitioner
Iqbal Ansari praised PM Modi and Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi for carrying out the development work in Ayodhya.
There is a massive heart-burning in The Hindu and Indian Express today on the appointment of spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar by Supreme Court as one of the mediators in the long-simmering Ayodhya dispute.
The SC sent the Ayodhya dispute to mediation, the panel is headed by Retired Justice FM Kalifullah and has Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and Sriram Panchu as the other members
The Supreme Court on Wednesday had reserved its order on the matter of referring the Ayodhya dispute to a court-appointed and monitored mediation. While the Muslim petitioners were "agreeable to mediation", Hindu petitioners had opposed it.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday reserved its order on the matter of referring the Ram Janambhoomi dispute to a court-appointed and monitored mediation.
The hearing was adjourned for six weeks to enable the parties to examine the translations of records prepared by the UP Government
The tilaks on Rahul Gandhi's forehead might have replaced the skullcaps in his media images, but Congress has sure been driven into a tight corner over the Ramjanmabhoomi issue.
Swami Swaroopanand today declared that the construction of the temple will begin from February 21
Mehboob also suggested that the move was political. He stated, “The whole world knows about the current position of the BJP, therefore the Modi government took this step.”
Modi government has filed a petition in the Supreme Court seeking permission to release the land acquired around the site of Ram Janambhoomi at Ayodhya
Yet another delay in the Ayodhya dispute case hearing in the Supreme Court
India Today survey says that an overwhelming number of Indian want construction of Ram Mandir at Ayodhya.
The Supreme Court had adjourned the hearing in the Ram Mandir case after Justice U U Lalit recused himself from the case.
Rajiv Dhawan, who represents the Muslim side in the case, pointed it out that Justice Lalit had represented one of the parties in another case 24 years ago.
The newly constituted bench will commence the hearing of the appeals against the 2010 Allahabad High Court judgement from Jan 10.
While answering a question on construction of Ram Temple at Ayodhya, Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave a statement that essentially assures the construction.
If Sabarimala petitions can be heard on an urgent matter, same can be done with the Ayodhya case, law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said.
The Lucknow High Court bench has also instructed the DM of Ayodhya District to ensure that the fined amount is recovered.
One Twitter user asked why the Delhi government not using the hajj house funds to build universities instead.
A delegation of VHP has met Tiwari at his residence and presented a memorandum on the temple.
Thackeray should take the VHP along instead of creating a divide, said Maurya.
Ram temple is the symbol of our ancient sanatan culture and our loyalty lies with our culture and not with foreign invaders, said Subuhi Khan.
They assert that an out of court settlement in the Ram Janmabhoomi case will be better for Hindu-Muslim relations while complimenting the spiritual leader.
The only thing that Barkha does get right in her video is the fact that Hindus are not hapless victims.
After SC deferring hearing the Ayodhya hearing, demand for the Ram Mandir construction is rising
He said there have been instances in the past where the Supreme Court's decisions were scuttled by the legislative process.

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