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Minister could not save his "guru" P V Narasimha Rao from insult even in his death as the Gandhi family did not allow his body to be taken inside the Congress headquarters. DNA, 1 month ago

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Former CJI to deliver PV memorial lecture

Former Prime Minister P.V. Narasimha Rao was a great scholar and he belonged to entire Andhra Pradesh and should not be confined to Telangana alone. The first four memorial lectures on his name were conducted in Hyderabad and now our foundation has decided to ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
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'No out-of-court settlement of Ayodhya dispute with Modi, Yogi at helm'

The Babri Masjid Action Committee on Sunday said that an out-of-court settlement of the Ayodhya dispute was not possible with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath at the helm of affairs. "With Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath at the helm of affairs, there is no hope that justice will prevail with the Muslims. Both of them have been Bharatiya Janata Party workers and supporters of Ram temple movement," BMAC ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago CPM not for out of court settlement on Ayodhya  Mathrubhumi5 days ago CPI-M not for out of court settlement on Ayodhya  Business Standard5 days ago Babri Masjid-Ram temple dispute timeline: 1853 to now  Sify1 week ago
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'Babri Masjid is not an ego issue for Muslims'

'If you prove that a mandir was demolished and a mosque was constructed there, we will leave the place.' IMAGE: A Babri Masjid Re-Building Committee demonstration in Ayodhya. Photograph: B Mathur/Reuters On Tuesday, March 21, the Supreme Court said the Ram temple in Ayodhya is a 'sensitive, sentimental issue' and should be sorted outside the court through discussion. S Q R Ilyas, joint convener, Babri Masjid Action Committee and a member of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board, tells ...
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Muslim outfits doubt possibility of out-of-court settlement

Muslim organisations, including Babri Masjid Action Committee, were on Tuesday sceptical about the Supreme Court’s suggestion for talks to resolve the Ayodhya dispute, saying attempts at out-of-court settlement in the past have been unsuccessful. "We are ready with Chief Justice (of India) mediating... we trust him. We are also ready we if he nominates a team for hearing the matter. But out-of-court settlement is not possible. If the SC passes an order in this regard, we will look into ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Muslim outfits sceptical about out-of-court settlement  Deccan Herald1 week ago
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If Yogi is communal, who was secular?

'I hope he will continue to be what he is. And by doing so, he won't be much different from those whose example he is being given right now,' says Utkarsh Mishra. Like it happened during the United States presidential election and the Brexit poll in Britain last year, the section referred to as liberals was once again proved wrong on Saturday afternoon. They thought Yogi Adityanath, the firebrand MP of Gorakhpur who doesn't shy away from making 'controversial' statements, would never be ...
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BJP's response to Ram Mandir will decide course of India's history

'It is imperative that all parties make a commitment that they shall abide by the final decision of the Supreme Court.''This will be the best way to bring a closure.''It is time India moves on to face several other challenges,' says Dr Madhav Godbole, the distinguished civil servant who resigned as Union home secretary after the Babri Masjid demolition. Never before had the Bharatiya Janata Party won such a massive mandate in Uttar Pradesh. Its performance in the three other states, and ...
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Time when single largest party got invited

It may seem ironical today that just before the counting of votes for the Lok Sabha polls in 2009, the Congress had wanted the then president Pratibha Patil not to necessarily go by the principle of inviting the largest party to form the government and ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

UP polls: Which way is the wind blowing in a three-cornered contest?

[India], Mar. 10 (ANI): The high-voltage campaign for the last round of the seven-phased Uttar Pradesh assembly elections for 402 seats ended on Monday. The voter turnout during these phases was an average 60 to 61 percent. The major contenders -- Samajwadi ...
 Sify2 weeks ago
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The Congress party is comatose if not dead

‘When it vanishes as a national force (meaning when it can no longer get sufficient votes to hold onto its symbol, the hand), it will not have been the first large Indian party to die,’ says Aakar Patel. How do political parties die? It is interesting to look at this as we observe the long and slow death of the Congress. India's oldest party was formed 132 years ago and has been out of power for only three years. But it is clear that as a national force it is comatose if not dead.
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