Supreme Court dismisses all pleas seeking review of Ayodhya verdict; CJI SA Bobde-led bench finds 'no merit' in petitions
A five-judge bench headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde and comprising justices DY Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan, S A Nazeer and Sanjeev Khanna considered the review pleas of only those who were parties to the four lawsuits filed initially in the vexatious Ayodhya dispute.
Ayodhya judgment: Supreme Court to conduct in-chamber hearing of petitions seeking review of its 9 Nov ruling today
On 2 December, the first plea seeking review of Ayodhya verdict was filed by Maulana Syed Ashhad Rashidi, legal heir of original litigant M Siddiq and also the Uttar Pradesh president of the Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind.
Ayodhya hearing: Lawyer Rajeev Dhavan marred his performance in Supreme Court with his needless Arnab Goswami act
Ayodhya hearing: Dhavan dramatically tore up a document submitted by one of the Hindu parties in the presence of Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi and other four judges of the Bench. As part of a submission of evidence, the document was a property of the court and destroying it bordered on, if not contempt of the court, contempt for the court.
Ayodhya case: Muslim parties express shock over reports claiming Sunni Waqf Board's withdrawal from matter
Muslim parties in the Ayodhya land dispute case on Friday issued a statement expressing shock over reports suggesting that the Sunni Waqf Board was withdrawing from the case
Abhishek Manu Singhvi says verdict from SC ‘best solution’ to Ayodhya debate after five-judge Constitution Bench reserves judgment
Singhvi's remarks come hours after Supreme Court reserved its verdict on batch of petitions in connection with Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid land dispute case
Ayodhya hearing concludes: SC reserves judgment after 40 days; closed door meeting likely today on mediation panel report
Supreme Court on Wednesday reserved the judgment in the Ayodhya land dispute case, concluding the 40-day-long marathon hearing. A written note is to be submitted in the next three days. Supreme Court has finished hearing all arguments in the Ayodhya case one hour before the set deadline. According to latest reports, the Supreme Court bench hearing the case will sit in chambers tomorrow and a closed door proceeding is likely on the cards to discuss the mediation panel report. News18 reports the bench will take a call on the way forward in the case.
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Ayodhya hearing in Supreme Court: 'Only we were asked questions, not Hindu parties'; Muslim side tells Supreme Court
Muslim parties in the Ayodhya case also alleged before the Supreme Court that questions have been asked only to them and not to the Hindu side.
Ayodhya hearing in Supreme Court: Muslim side to conclude arguments today as land dispute case enters last leg in apex court
The protracted hearing in the politically sensitive Ram Janmbhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute at Ayodhya will enter into the crucial final leg on Monday
Ayodhya case: Supreme Court to wrap up hearing in Ram Janambhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute on 17 October
The Supreme Court said it would wrap up the hearing in the politically sensitive Ram Janambhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute at Ayodhya by 17 October.
Ayodhya case: Ahead of 17 October deadline, Muslim group suggests gifting disputed land to Hindu side as 'gesture of goodwill'
A group of Muslim intellectuals, who call themselves, 'Indian Muslims for Peace', has called for an out of court settlement in the Ayodhya land dispute case
Day 31 of Ayodhya hearing: Sunni Waqf Board rejects Ayodhya as birthplace of Lord Rama, says Hindu claim at disputed site didn't exist before 1865
On Day 31 of the hearing of Ayodhya-Babri masjid land title dispute case, the Muslim parties asserted that the Hindu claim on the disputed site did not arise before 1865
Ayodhya hearing in SC: Valmiki Ramayana, Ram Charitmanas silent on Ram's birth site, argue Muslim parties, evoke top court's queries
The Supreme Court Tuesday took objection to the plea of Muslim parties that Hindus' two holy books, Valmiki Ramayana and Ram Charitmanas did not mention the precise birthplace of Lord Rama at Ayodhya, and queried as to why should that deprive worshippers of believing that Lord Rama was born at a particular place
The Supreme Court, on Wednesday, set an 18 October deadline for hearing arguments and completing submissions in the Ayodhya land dispute case.
Ayodhya case in SC: Citing historical books, Hindu body claims Babur did not build mosque at Ayodhya, Aurangzeb did
Mughal emperor Babur neither visited Ayodhya nor ordered demolition of the temple to construct a mosque in 1528 at the disputed Ram Janmbhoomi-Babri Masjid site, a Hindu body claimed before the Supreme Court on Wednesday.
Ayodhya case in SC: CJI-led bench slams Hindu petitioners for opposing each other’s cases, says they will ‘stand or fall’ together in land dispute case
Hindu group Nirmohi Akhara is "unnecessarily" opposing the plea of deity Ram Lalla for the title of disputed Ramjanam Bhoomi-Babri Masjid land as both the parties will "stand" or "fall" together, the Supreme Court said Monday.
Ayodhya case in SC: Bench demands 'objective' documentary evidence on existence of Ram temple after Hindu parties argue based on religious texts
The ninth day of the Ayodhya case hearing in the Supreme Court progressed with the advocate for Ram Lalla Virajman, CS Vaidyanathan, continuing his arguments on behalf of the deity.
Ayodhya dispute hearing: Ram Lalla's lawyer cites European historians to prove Ram Temple's existence; SC asks for clarification on Sunni Muslims' stance
Day six of the Ayodhya case in the Supreme Court began with the counsel for the deity Ram Lalla Virajman making submissions based on the accounts of various historians, travellers, and scholars, including English merchant William Finch and Joseph Tiefenthaler, among others.
Ayodhya case in Supreme Court: Muslim petitioner calls daily hearings 'torture', cites lack of time to prepare case; CJI rejects objection
The Supreme Court on the fourth day of hearing in the Ayodhya case, rejected the Muslim party's objection to daily hearing of the matter.
Ayodhya case in Supreme Court: Can janamsthanam be juristic person, asks CJI-led bench on day 3 of hearing
The apex court, which began hearing the case on a daily basis this Tuesday, said that as far as Hindu deities are concerned, they have been treated as a juristic entity in law, which can hold properties and institute litigation.