New Delhi, Nov 11: Union Home Minister Amit Shah has been busy ever since he took charge of the Home Ministry earlier this year.
He started out with a bang when he announced in Parliament the decision to abrogate Article 370. This was one of the oldest demands of the BJP and finally, the party went ahead with that historic decision.
New Delhi, Nov 10: Work on the Ram Temple will begin in April. 2020. The RSS is hoping to lay the foundation stone on Ram Navmi next year.
The Supreme Court on Saturday, had said that a trust would be set up for the construction of the Ram Mandir. Both the VHP and RSS have called for peace and harmony and said that the verdict should not seen as a victory or defeat for anyone.
New Delhi, Jan 30:The Centre on Tuesday filed an application in the Supreme Court seeking permission to return 67 acres of land it had acquired around the disputed land in Ayodhya to the original owners.
New Delhi, Jan 28:One could expect some major announcement this week by the Union Government. Hoping to turn the tables ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, there are bound to be some announcements this week, sources tell OneIndia.
New Delhi, Jan 2:The RSS was quick to react to the Prime Minister’s comments on the ordinance route and Ram Temple. PM Narendra Modi had said in an interview that an ordinance on the Ram Temple can be brought in only after a Supreme Court ruling.
New Delhi, Dec 24: Come January and one would witness a major push in the Supreme Court to hear and complete the Ayodhya matter. The Supreme Court while refusing an early hearing had in November posted the matter to January 2019. However the court made it clear that when the matter comes in January, a Bench would be assigned and the date of the hearing would be decided by the Bench.
New Delhi, Nov 12: With the Government exploring the possibility of taking an ordinance route to construct the Ram temple in Ayodhya, it would be interesting to find out what the legal implications of such a move would be.
New Delhi, Nov 5: The clamour to take an ordinance route in the Ram temple issue is growing louder. The Sangh, while criticising the Supreme Court for delaying hearing on the matter has said that the government must explore the ordinance route.