Names of 10 members of the Ram Janmabhoomi Teertha Kshetra trust, a body constituted to oversee the construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya, were announced
K Parasaran, Hindu parties' counsel in Ayodhya case, made member of Ram Temple trust; 92-yr-old is a Vedic scholar, Padma Vibhushan awardee
The residence of the lead counsel for the Hindu parties in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title dispute case, K Parasaran, will be used as the office of the trust set up to construct a Ram temple in Uttar Pradesh's Ayodhya.
Ayodhya case: On 39th day of hearing, Supreme Court sees sharp exchanges between lawyers representing Hindu, Muslim sides
The SC saw sharp exchanges between the lawyers representing Hindu and Muslim parties during the proceedings in the politically sensitive Ayodhya dispute case.
Ayodhya hearing in Supreme Court: Need to correct 'historical wrong' committed by Babar, says Hindu party
A 'historical wrong' was committed by the victorious emperor Babur by constructing a mosque at the birthplace of Lord Ram in Ayodhya which needed to be rectified now, a Hindu party said in the Supreme Court on Tuesday.
Ayodhya hearing in SC: Lawyers for Hindu parties cite archaeological evidence, religious texts to argue temple existed before mosque
CS Vaidyanathan argued that the excavations proved beyond doubt that there was a structure beneath the Babri Masjid at Ayodhya.
Ayodhya Case in Supreme Court: Ram's birthplace also juristic entity, says lawyer for deity; judge says need to be 'cautious with that argument'
During the hearing of the Ayodhya dispute, K Parasaran contended that there can be any number of juristic persons in one institution.
Ayodhya hearing in SC: Birthplace of Lord Ram also a juristic entity capable of filing lawsuits, Hindu party tells apex court
The birthplace of Lord Ram at the disputed site in Ayodhya can also be treated as a "juristic entity" besides the deity himself and is capable of filing lawsuits to lay claim over the land, a Hindu party told the Supreme Court on Monday
Women's entry inside Sabarimala temple: Senior counsel K Parasaran says women do not fall under protection of Article 25(2)(b)
The Supreme Court on Tuesday said that all the customary or religious practices, like banning entry of women in the age group of 10-50 years into the famous Sabarimala temple, will have to conform to constitutional principles.