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Build mosque on other side of Sarayu river: Swamy
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Build mosque on other side of Sarayu river: Swamy

The Ram temple should be built at Ram Janambhoomi (birthplace of Ram) while the Masjid (mosque) on the other side of Sarayu river to resolve the Ayodhya issue, Bharatiya Janata Party leader Subramanian Swamy suggested on Tuesday. “We were always ready. Mandir and Masjid should be built but Masjid should be built on other side of Sarayu river. The Ram Janambhoomi should be entirely for Ram Mandir,” he told reporters in New Delhi. His response came after the Supreme Court said the ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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Mandir issue: Hindus too not for out-of-court settlement

After All-India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB), the Sri Ram Janamabhoomi Nyas, the highest body of Hindus spearheading Ram Janambhoomi temple movement, has also rejected the Supreme Court suggestion on Friday, for initiating a dialogue for an out-of-court ...
 DNA1 month ago

Unlocking of Babri Masjid was a 'balancing act' by then government: Arif Mohammed Khan

The unlocking of the Babri Masjid in 1986 that led to the "shilanyas" (groundbreaking) of the Ram Janambhoomi temple in Ayodhya and three decades of turmoil, were part of a deal between Muslim leaders and the Congress government, says Arif Mohammad Khan, a ...
 Prokerala1 month ago
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Ram temple: 'I want to place rare evidence before SC'

'This evidence is important to solve the dispute.'M I Khan reports. A former Indian Police Service officer who claimed that the temple at Lord Ram's birthplace in Ayodhya was not demolished by Babur but during Aurangzeb's reign is keen to become a party in the case in the Supreme Court. 'Ram Temple NOT demolished by Babur, but Aurangzeb' Kishore Kunal, who took voluntary retirement from the IPS in 2000, stated in his book Ayodhya Revisited that the temple in Ayodhya was demolished by Fidai ...
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SC suggests out-of-court solution to Ayodhya row

The Supreme Court on Tuesday suggested an out-of-court settlement of the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute with the Chief Justice of India himself offering to mediate between the two sides laying claim to the historic site in Ayodhya. "These are issues ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Ram Mandir issue: SC advises to settle dispute outside court  Rediff.com2 months ago Supreme Court's advice on Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute hailed by BJP, rejected by Muslims  India Today2 months ago
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Why the earlier Ayodhya talks failed

'This is an emotional issue and cannot be resolved by law alone.''This can be resolved only by creating trust again.''So much bloodletting has taken place, there is no point in going on and on.''Let us sit together and negotiate' Shahid Siddiqui, former Samajwadi Party member and editor of the Urdu newspaper Nai Duniya, was among the many people involved in the attempt to locate an out-of-court solution to the Babri Masjid-Ram Janambhoomi dispute in the 1990s. He was also a member of the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Swamy blames Muslim bodies for no solution of Ayodhya issue

Senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader Subramanian Swamy on Wednesday accused Muslim bodies of 'creating hindrances' in resolving the Ram Janambhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute and said the ‘outer limit’ to settle the issue is April 2018. Swamy made these comments a day after Muslim organisations appeared sceptical about the Supreme Court’s suggestion for an out-of-court settlement of the Ayodhya dispute. They had said such attempts in the past have been unsuccessful. “All the ...
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Nazarwala in Rediff' on Jan 18: BJP will score triple century

Writing on January 18, 2017, Nazarwala had this to say: 'The Modi wave may help the BJP score a triple century; its vanvaas in UP shall end before Holi.' Of course, this is the not first time he has been bang-on in predicting the electoral outcome in Uttar Pradesh. In 2007, he had called Mayawati's unexpected win way before the votes were counted. And in 2012, he forecast her rout at the hustings and the return of Mulayam Singh (who chose to anoint his son Akhilesh as the CM).
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Before the Owaisis there was Shahabuddin

Today as one sees the Owaisi brothers of Hyderabad seeking to lay claim as the custodians of the Muslim vote and the upholders of the community's interests, it is Syed Shahabuddin who springs to mind for having been there, done that, says Saisuresh Sivaswamy.   IMAGE: Syed Shahabuddin, centre, with members of the Babri Masjid Action Committee -- to his left, the late Indian Union Muslim League MPs Ebrahim Sulaiman Sait and G M Banatwala, to his right, a younger Azam Khan, now the Muslim ...
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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.
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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