Triumphalism of Ayodhya coverage masked pain of India's largest minority, but hope persists that secularism will outlast hate
In the run-up to the grand ceremony, there was no acknowledgement of the destruction of lives of fellow citizens, neither by the constitutional Head of State, nor by the ruling party, nor the Opposition, not even by the media
On Babri Masjid demolition anniversary, there is a need for us to reflect individually on the Ayodhya dispute
On the 26th anniversary of the Babri masjid demolition, Khabar Lahariya's digital head, Kavita Devi paints a picture of the Ayodhya view from Banda, in the run-up to and aftermath of the Hindu Mahasabha on 25 November.
Centre may ratchet up Ayodhya rhetoric for political gain, but violation of due process will likely boomerang on BJP
The problem is that the BJP has invested heavily in the temple issue because it thinks it can win the upcoming Vidhan Sabha elections and the Lok Sabha elections next year by exploiting it.
Muslims leave Ayodhya as Shiv Sena, VHP members raise Ram Mandir pitch; authorities claim situation normal
Observing the influx of Shiv Sena and Vishwa Hindu Parishad members in Ayodhya to raise pitch for Ram Mandir, local Muslims have been struck by fear of a repetition of 1992 when the Babri mosque was demolished
Is the Opposition uniting for 2019 with the sole agenda of challenging Narendra Modi, or is there more to it?
Both the prime minister and the BJP president feel that the opposition’s “sole agenda is to remove (Narendra) Modi”. They have said it clearly in interviews and speeches recently. Is this true? Aakar Patel finds out
A special CBI court on Thursday deferred till 30 May framing of charges against six accused in one of the two Babri Masjid demolition cases.
A Muslim group has asked the Uttar Pradesh government to set up Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe the 1992 Ayodhya riots.