If mediation fails, then the Supreme Court may begin day-to-day hearing in the Ayodhya dispute, said the apex court on Thursday while hearing an application filed by one of the parties representing
The All India Babri Masjid Action Committee (AIBMAC) has alleged that the Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh was working for only one particular community and goes against the Constitution and its own
Justice RF Nariman posted the hearing for July 19.
India has increased security a week before the Supreme Court rules on a disputed religious site that has been fiercely contested by majority Hindus and Muslims for decades, police and home ministry officials said on Friday.
It was delusory to imagine that the Ayodhya verdict would bring down the communal temperature, even though Muslims will acquiesce in the judgement after a brief sulk.
The Supreme Court ruled that the site in Ayodhya in northern India, where Hindu mobs destroyed a 460-year-old mosque in 1992, must be handed over to a trust to oversee the construction of a Hindu temple, subject to conditions.
The English Romantic poet was mentioned by one of the five judges on the Supreme Court's Constitution Bench, who offered a different perspective on the question of the birthplace of Lord Ram.