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Ayodhya verdict

Hindu Mahasabha to approach SC in Ayodhya case by Nov 10

Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha is one of the main litigants in the Ayodhya title suits.

Ayodhya verdict: Nirmohi Akhara to approach SC before Nov 30

Thursday , 28 October '10

At the same time, Akhara will continue its efforts to reach amicable solution to the vexed issue.
Waqf Board should withdraw claim to disputed land: Mahasabha

Wednesday , 20 October '10

ABHM said the dispute could be worked out amicably through negotiations provided Waqf Board relinquishes its claim.
Ayodhya verdict a 'golden chance' for every section: Bhagwat

Sunday , 17 October '10

"It was a national monument. It was demolished by then rulers to create a new structure," Bhagwat said.
AIMPLB unanimous: Will go to SC on Ayodhya

Sunday , 17 October '10

The All India Muslim Personal Law Board unanimously decided to challenge the Allahabad High Court verdict in the Ayodhya title suits case in the Supreme Court
Rift in Hindu Mahasabha on caveat in SC on Ayodhya title suit

Tuesday , 12 October '10

Mahasabha's Kamlesh Tiwari said it will file an objection in the apex court against the caveat.
Ayodhya case: Hindu Mahasabha files caveat in SC

Monday , 11 October '10

Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha has filed a caveat to pre-empt any ex-parte order on Ayodhya title dispute.
Ayodhya: AIMPLB legal cell wants to file plea in SC

Sunday , 10 October '10

Hindu Mahasabha says it will also file appeal in apex court ‘by the end of this month’
Accept Ayodhya verdict, Madni tells Muslims

Saturday , 9 October '10

Prominent Deobandi Sunni cleric and president of the Jamait Ulma Hind has called upon the Muslim community to accept the Allahabad High Court judgment on the Ayodhya title suits.
Ayodhya verdict based on faith, says Shahi Imam

Friday , 8 October '10

Meeting of the Representative Convention of Muslims was convened by the Shahi Imam to review the “grave situation” of the verdict.
AIMPLB chief said people should ensure that peace and communal harmony in the country is not disturbed.
Shia personal law board favours mediation on Ayodhya verdict

Thursday , 7 October '10

AIMPLB chief said people should ensure that peace and communal harmony in the country is not disturbed.
Is there a temple under the ground: What the judges had to say

Thursday , 7 October '10

Judges relied on ASI report to determine that a Hindu temple was indeed 'demolished' at disputed site.
Mulayam meets Shahi Imam, to take up Ayodhya verdict in Parliament

Thursday , 7 October '10

SP chief met the Shahi Imam of Jama Masjid to make his political message loud and clear to his minority support base.
Soon after Ayodhya verdict, litigant Ansari had called for burying the dispute and making 'a fresh start'.
Ayodhya litigant Ansari alleges threat to life

Wednesday , 6 October '10

The 90-year-old is in favour of an out-of-court settlement along with Nirmohi Akhara's Mahant Das.
Ayodhya: Wakf Board says no to out-of-court settlement

Tuesday , 5 October '10

The Sunni Board will move Supreme Court to challenge the Allahabad High Court's verdict.
Nirmohi Akhara to cooperate with another litigant for temple

Tuesday , 5 October '10

Nirmohi Akhara said it was ready to cooperate with another litigant, Ramlala Viraajman, for construction of a temple.
Hearing put off in Babri case, next date is on Oct 26

Tuesday , 5 October '10

Notification for the nomination of a judge is still to be issued by the Allahabad High Court.
Cong to discuss Ayodhya verdict today

Tuesday , 5 October '10

The Congress Working Committee, which was converted into Steering Committee after the conclusion of organisational elections recently...
Ayodhya: Advani feels vindicated, prefers negotiated settlement

Monday , 4 October '10

The BJP leader endorses Nitin Gadkari's view that Muslims should build a mosque outside complex.
Advani said he always believed that ultimate solution was a combination of judicial verdict and an amicable se...
Law upheld faith, says Advani

Monday , 4 October '10

BJP leader said HC judgment had opened doors for amicable settlement to the 60-year-old dispute.