Tolerance nourishes secular commitment: Why SC ordered 5 acres of land for

New Delhi, Nov 09: The Supreme Court while delivering the Ayodhya verdict directed that 5 acres of land at an alternate site be given to the Muslims. The court held that the three-way bifurcation by the High Court was legally unsustainable. Even as a matter of maintaining public peace and tranquillity, the solution which commended itself to the High Court is not feasible.

The disputed site admeasures all of 1500 square yards. Dividing the land will not subserve the interest of either of the parties or secure a lasting sense of peace and tranquillity.

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Fact finding mission to probe alleged Lashkar funding for Mosque

wpid-indiatv3c522c_nia_probe.jpgNew Delhi, Oct 21: Following the revelation by the National Investigation in a terror funding case, a three member fact finding team reached Palwal in Haryana to probe the alleged funds being given by the Lashkar-e-Tayiba to construct a Mosque.

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Is a Mosque essential for Islam and Namaz: De-coding the 1994 SC verdict

babrimasjidNew Delhi, Sep 24: In his final week in office, Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra would pronounce an important verdict relating to the Ram Temple issue. It must be clarified here that the verdict is not relating to the title suit, but regarding a point of law that arose out of the Dr. Ismail Faruqui verdict of the Supreme Court in 1994.

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