ET View: Right judgment on Ayodhya, wrong tack
This observation has been challenged and certain petitioners had pleaded that the title dispute over who owns the land on which the Ayodhya mosque stood.
Subramanian Swamy accuses Kapil Sibal of politicising Ayodhya dispute case in court
"He (Sibal) just gave his arguments on the political level, as they will lose the elections if they lose this case," Swamy told ANI.
Make clear stand on Ayodhya dispute, Amit Shah tells Congress
The BJP chief said Gandhi should make the Congress's stand on the issue clear. ...
Supreme Court to commence final hearing in Ayodhya dispute from tomorrow
A specially constituted bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices Ashok Bhushan and Abdul Nazeer will be hearing a total of 13 appeals filed against the 2010 judgement.
Larger bench needed as Ayodhya dispute has huge impact, says Wakf counsel
The three-judge bench is hearing an appeal by both sides who are unhappy over a 2010 ruling of the Allahabad high court that carved up the land in a 2:1 ratio.
CJI mulls AI-system to avoid undue delay in justice delivery
Justice Bobde also pitched for pre-litigation mediation against the backdrop of large number of pending cases in courts, observing that it is the need of the hour.
Ayodhya dispute: Muslim bodies express doubt over Ravishankar's initiative
The Muslim leaders have also taken strong exception to the statements of Shia Central Waqf Board chairman Wasim Rizvi and termed them as unnecessary.
No government role in negotiations on Ayodhya dispute: Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi
Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said it would be an "ideal" situation if the issue was resolved through peaceful deliberations among parties to the dispute.
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar representing 'govt interests' in Ayodhya dispute: Congress
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has offered to mediate in the Ram Temple row for an out-of-court settlement, to which the Supreme Court is not averse.
AIMPLB meet next month; Ayodhya issue may come up for discussion
The meeting comes against the backdrop of statements by some leaders favouring construction of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya.
View: No legal verdict can resolve Ayodhya dispute
India has no choice but to push for an amicable solution that guarantees the building of a grand Ram temple without hurting the sentiment of the Muslim community.
Resolve Ayodhya dispute through dialogue: Adityanath
A strong votary of building a Ram temple on the disputed site before he took over as CM, Adityanath, however, was circumspect in his comments on the issue in an interview to the RSS-affiliated weekly 'Organiser'.
CJI Khehar offers mediator judge for Ayodhya dispute
The CJI offered any judge of the Supreme Court to mediate between the two warring parties. He said if the parties accept a moderator the bench will not then hear the case later.
Resolve differences to settle Ayodhya dispute: Adityanath
Adityanath's remarks came in the backdrop of Supreme Court's today's observation that the Ayodhya temple dispute is a sensitive and sentimental issue as it asked all parties concerned to sit together for finding a solution.
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