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Last moderate voice in temple dispute dies
The Telegraph

Rahul Gandhis Ayodhya visit leaves deceased Babri Masjid litig...

The Babri Masjid was demolished 24 years ago, in 1992. And today, Rahul Gandhi, Congress vice president, became the first member of the Nehru-Gandhi clan to visit Ayodhya, since then. He was, of course, on his Kisan Yatra, to drum up support for the party in ..., 2 weeks ago
Babri Masjid litigant Ansari passes away New Delhi Pioneer, 2 months ago
Last moderate voice in temple dispute dies The Telegraph, 2 months ago

Court case ek taraf, dosti bhaichaara doosri taraf

Lucknow: Petitioner of suit number 4/89 Mohammad Hashim Ansari, who breathed his last early Wednesday, may have fought a pitched battle to defend the title of Babri Masjid in Ayodhya but he was a symbol of Hindu-Muslim unity. Inside the narrow ...
 Times of India2 months ago
Mumbai Mirror


PIC: REUTERS Ninety-five-year-old Mohammad Hashim Ansari, the oldest litigant in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri mosque dispute, died at his residence in his birth town of Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, due to heart-related ailments on Wednesday. Ansari was ...
 Pune Mirror2 months ago

RIP: With Hashim Ansari's death, an era ends in the Ayodhya dispute

The voice of Hashim Ansari, the oldest litigant representing the Muslim community in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title suit and who advocated an amicable court settlement in the Ayodhya case, fell silent on Wednesday. Ansaridied early on ...
 Firstpost.com2 months ago

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Upcoming SlideShare Loading in … 5 1. PARLIAMENTARIANS TAX DIRECTORY FOR YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2015 (Published on 09 September 2016) 2. FOREWORD In continuation of last two years initiative to publish a Tax Directory of Members of Senate, ...
 SlideShare.net2 weeks ago

President confers military awards

Home » General News » Pakistan August 14, 2016 President Mamnoon Hussain has granted military awards to the officers and men of Pakistan Army, Navy and Air Force in recognition to their gallantry services, in connection with Independence Day' ...
 Business Recorder1 month ago President grants military awards to officers of armed forces  Online News Pakistan1 month ago President Mamnoon confers military awards  Associated Press of Pakistan1 month ago Military awards to officers, men of Armed Forces announced  Pakistan Today1 month ago

New system at traffic signals for Civil Defence vehicles

Abu Dhabi: A new system that controls traffic signals will be activated to facilitate movement of Civil Defence vehicles in Abu Dhabi, a senior official said on Tuesday. The General Directorate of Civil Defence in Abu Dhabi announced that this new ...
 Gulf News2 months ago New traffic signal system for Civil Defence  Gulf News2 months ago

Hindu hardliners push Modi to build over old mosque site

Influential priest's Ayodhya temple campaign in India a headache for prime minister. AYODHYA: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was flying high in June, jetting from Afghanistan to Mexico in a whirlwind of red carpet diplomacy crowned by a ...
 Free Malaysia Today2 months ago Hindu monk's mission to build temple on Babri Mosque site a headache for Modi  DAWN Group2 months ago PM Modi Wants Stress On Development, Not Ayodhya. Will Swamy Listen?  NDTV2 months ago Modi's Ram temple headache  MSN News US2 months ago
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