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A wooden model of the proposed Ram Mandir in a glass encasement, at the Ram Janmabhomi Nyas-run workshop at Karsevakpuram in Ayodhya | PTI file photo

Amid COVID-19 crisis, preparations begin for construction of Ram Temple in Ayodhya 

The trust entrusted with the task has decided to shift the Ram Lalla idol from its current site, at 4 am tomorrow, paving the way for the construction of the temple.
One of the 15 mosques in Dhannipur near Ayodhya. | Photo: Prashant Srivastava | ThePrint

Sunni Waqf Board accepts UP govt-allotted land to build new mosque near Ayodhya

Two members of the Sunni Waqf Board boycotted the meeting on the land, saying the Sharia law doesn't allow for accepting anything in exchange for a mosque.
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Ram temple construction on Muslim graves violation of ‘dharma’: Lawyer to temple trust

In letter to Ram temple trust, M.R. Shamshad says a graveyard is around the demolished Babri Masjid, asks if Sanatan Dharma allows construction of Ram temple over it.
File image of the VHP's model of the proposed Ram temple in Ayodhya | Photo: Ananya Bhardwaj | ThePrint

SC deadline for Ram temple trust nears but friction among Hindu groups delaying announcement

Various groups involved in the movement to build Ram temple now want to be part of the trust being set up by the Modi govt for its construction.
File photo of External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar | Praveen Jain | ThePrint

Jaishankar defends Article 370 move & CAA, says they’re aimed at solving legacy of problems

External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar cited China as an example for India, saying it had become a superpower by resolving problems facing them.
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Govt sets up desk to look after matters related to Supreme Court’s Ayodhya verdict

The Home Ministry said Ayodhya matters and related court judgments will be handled by three officers, headed by Additional Secretary Gynesh Kumar.
The plea was earlier dismissed by the High Court | Manisha Mondal/ThePrint

Why 2019 is a forgettable year for India’s judiciary

If India’s judiciary held any hope of regaining some of its lost image in the eyes of the public, then 2019 clearly didn’t turn out to be that year.
The Supreme Court of India | Photo: Manisha Mondal | ThePrint

Supreme Court dismisses 18 petitions seeking review of Ayodhya verdict

A five-bench headed by CJI Bobde, which took the review pleas for consideration in-chamber, rejected them saying they held no merit.
A group photo of the five-judge bench comprised of Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi (C) flanked by (L-R) Justice Ashok Bhushan, Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde, Justice Dhananjaya Y Chandrachud, Justice S Abdul Nazeer after delivering the verdict on Ayodhya land case, at Supreme Court in New Delhi on 9 Nov 2019 | Photo: PTI

Indians are not over the British Raj yet. Ayodhya judgment is a thriving example

Ayodhya judgment is a vindication of Indo-British encounter and a clear signal that we are the members of ‘Anglosphere’.

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Retiring early can be bad for the brain

Retiring early and working less has many benefits, such as reduced stress, better diets and more sleep. But as we found, it also has adverse effects.
File photo | RIL chairman Mukesh Ambani | Sanjit Das/Bloomberg

Reliance Retail gets $1 billion from Silver Lake for 1.75% stake

Reliance announced on 9 Sept that the California-based private equity firm with stakes in technology-related companies will pay the amount as part of the deal.


Representational image | Indian soldiers at the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir | PTI

No ‘major’ build-up at LoC but Pakistan pushing new Chinese-made assault rifles into Kashmir

Security forces have recovered EMEI Type 97 NSR rifles, manufactured by Chinese firm Norinco, which they believe were dropped into J&K through drones.
Narendra Modi and Amit Shah | File photo: T. Narayan | Bloomberg

Partners dispensable in Modi-Shah construct if they do not bring additional votes

In the Modi-Shah construct, if partners do not bring additional votes, they are dispensable. However old or loyal, either they become supplicants, or die.