Ram mandir-Babri masjid dispute
‘Security forces stood stunned like the guards of Kansa’s prison when Krishna was born’: Sadhu recalls Babri demolition 28 years back
28 years after the Babri structure was demolished on December 6, 1992, Sant Brajmohan Das revisits what exactly transpired on that historic day in Ayodhya
Ayodhya, 2 November 1990: This Diwali, let’s remember the Karsevaks who laid down their lives for Ram Temple
On 2 November 1990, the Mulayam Singh Yadav-led UP government had ordered police to open fire on Karsevaks and hundreds of Ram Bhakts including women and children.
‘New Ram Mandir will be symbol of hate’ argument is based on same lies that propagated ‘Babri demolition radicalised Muslims’
The seeds of Islamic radicalisation and terrorism were sowed much before the demolition of Babri Masjid. But 'liberals' just found it convenient to blame the Hindus.
Babri petitioner Iqbal Ansari trashes Dhannipur Mosque design, doesn’t want it to be known by Babar’s name
Iqbal Ansari did not approve of the design of Dhannipur masjid, says a mosque is not meant for show but for reading namaz.
From vowing to reconstruct ‘Babri Masjid’ to casting aspersions on Supreme Court for Ayodhya verdict, Islamists trend #BabriYaadRahega
On the 28th anniversary of demolition of disputed structure in Ayodhya, often referred to as 'Babri Masjid', Islamists are sharing hateful messages on Twitter
Demolition of illegal structure called Babri Masjid standing on Ram Janmabhoomi not pre-planned, all Ram Bhakts acquitted by special court
The court said that the demolition of disputed Babri Masjid structure was not pre-planned, and hence there was no conspiracy to demolish it
Citing personal preference, Hussain said, "The mosque will not be named Babri Masjid. It will not be named after any king or emperor.
As Congress tries to paint Rajiv Gandhi as the catalyst in reclamation of Ram Janmabhoomi, book by close friend shatters that myth: Here are...
The memoir by Rajiv Gandhi's friend and old school mate claims that the former PM was not aware of the unlocking of Ram Ramjanmabhoomi site in February 1986.
Rajiv Gandhi did not want Ram Mandir dispute to be settled, withdrew support after Chandra Shekhar had resolved the age-old issue: Claims upcoming book
Rajiv Gandhi did not want Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid dispute to be resolved as he did not want Chandra Shekhar to take credit for the same
Meet K Parasaran, the 93-year-old ‘Pitamah’ of Indian laws who had said that logical end to Ram Janmabhoomi case was his last dream
K Parasaran once said that the logical end to Ram Janmabhoomi case was his last wish before he died