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    Shri Ram Mandir – A Symbol of Cultural Continuity

    Dr. Phirmi Bodo Assistant Professor, JNU After a decade long historical, political and legal dispute and with a Supreme Court intervention brought closure in the matter of construction of Shri Ram Mandir and, finally Lord Rama shall get its abode to live. With Sacred soil from holy places and prominent temples from across the country and almost all religiously significant water bodies in India are going to ...

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    Supreme Court – Court pulls up petitioners over “frivolous” pleas, imposes costs of Rs 1 lakh to each petitioner

    The Supreme Court on Monday slapped a fine of Rs. 1 lakh each on all petitioners while dismissing two PILs seeking protection and conservation of ancient remains and artefacts which are found  while digging the land around the birthplace of Lord Ram in Ayodhya during the  construction of the temple. Miffed with the plea, the 3-judge Bench,  comprising of Justices Arun Mishra, BR Gavai and Krishna Murari, vi ...

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    SC seeks Kerala govt”s reply on plea against law prohibiting animal sacrifice

    Kerala. The Supreme Court on Thursday sought a response from the Kerala government on an appeal against the Kerala High Court order upholding the Constitutional validity of Kerala Animals and Bird Sacrifices Prohibition Act of 1968. A bench including Chief Justice S. A. Bobde issued a notice to state government in this regard. The petitioners, natives of Kozhikode engaged in practicing ‘Shakthi Puja’, said ...

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    Obstacles of Bhagwan Jagannath’s Chariot Festival should be removed – VHP

    New Delhi. Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) Central Secretary General Milind Parande said that the traditional annual Rath Yatra (Chariot Festival) of Bhagwan Shree Jagannath at Puri, which has been conducted uninterruptedly in a row for the last hundreds of years, should be taken out this year too! The Rath Yatra can be made possible at the holy Bada Daanda (Grand Avenue) even with all the public health protoco ...

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    Is Maharashtra Government trying to save skin by arresting a journalist?

    MUMBAI (VSK). While Maharashtra government has arrested a self-styled North Indian leader Vinay Dube from Navi Mumbai and an ABP Majha reporter Rahul Kulkarni in connection with the Chaos at Bandra railway station on Tuesday (April 14) evening, questions are being asked whether the state government is trying save its skin and using the arrest of the journalist as a cover up. The Bandra Chaos is being seen a ...

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    1984 Anti Sikh Riots – Supreme Court refuse interim bail to former Congress leader Sajjan Kumar

    The Supreme Court today refused to grant interim bail to former Congress leader Sajjan Kumar, who is sentenced to life imprisonment in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case. The top Court said it will hear his bail plea in summer vacations. A bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde, also said it will consider medical report from the AIIMS on the health condition of Kumar after completing the hearing in the Sabarimala ...

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    CAA – Supreme Court declines stay

    New Delhi. The Supreme Court on Wednesday with three-member bench headed by Chief Justice of India SA Bobde declined to stay the implementation of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and said “we will have to see whether the Act has to be stayed”. However, the top court has issued a notice to the centre asking to respond over 60 pleas challenging the constitutional validity of the new law, which grants citizens ...

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    Ranga Hari Ji releases ‘Hindutva for the Changing Times’ book at Kochi International Book Festival

    Much-awaited ‘Hindutva for the Changing Times’, written by convenor of Prajna Pravah J Nandakumar was released by veteran RSS pracharak Ranga Hari Ji at Kochi International Book Festival on December 1st. Indus Scrolls Press has published the book, which will hit the stands in the third week of December. Speaking at the function, in his inimitable style, he spoke about the assimilating character of Hindutva ...

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    Ayodhya Verdict – Sunni Waqf Board won’t file review petition

    Decision pending on 5-acre plot The Sunni Central Waqf Board on Tuesday discussed the Supreme Court's Ayodhya verdict and decided not to file a review petition against the judgment. The Board will make a decision on the five-acre alternative land for the mosque, once the government offers the land in question formally. According to media reports, Senior Sunni Waqf Board member Abdul Razzaq Khan said that th ...

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    Sabarimala – SC asks Kerala Government to frame exclusive law for Sabarimala

    The Supreme Court has directed the Kerala government to frame a separate law for the administration of the Sabarimala Temple. The apex court has also set the third week of January 2020 as the deadline and said the exclusive law should be similar to the southern state's other famous temples like Tirupati and Guruvayur. On August 27, the Supreme Court had asked the Kerala government to frame a new law for Sab ...

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