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Ayodhya judgement – Allahabad High Court says divide land in 3 ways

September 30, 2010 Leave a comment

Lucknow:  Sixty years after it first went to court, the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court has pronounced its judgement in the Ayodhya title suit.

Senior advocate and BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad emerged from court today to say that the three-judge bench had ruled in a majority judgement 2:1, that one-third part of the disputed land should be given to the Sunni Waqf Board, one-third to the Nirmohi Akhara and one-third to the party for ‘Ram Lalla’. Prasad represents one of the litigants.(Watch: Nobody’s victory or loss says RSS)

Ravi Shankar Prasad claimed the court had ruled that the place where the idol of Ram was kept was the birthplace of the deity and the idols should not removed. (Watch: Sunni Waqf Board’s suit dismissed, says lawyer)

Prasad claimed that the court had asked for a status quo for three months and in that time the litigants had to decide how to split the party. (Read: Ayodhya dispute timeline)

Litigants emerged from the courtroom with copies of the judgment and there has been chaos outside the Lucknow court ever since.

The Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court comprising Justice S U Khan, Justice Sudhir Agarwal and Justice D V Sharma, delivered the judgement today. (Watch: The background to the Ayodhya dispute)

The dispute at hand is about whether the 2.7 acres of disputed land on which the Babri Masjid stood before it was demolished on December 6, 1992, belongs to the Sunni Central Waqf Board or to the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha.

It has been a protracted legal battle, and people across the country have spoken in one voice on the need to maintain peace and harmony irrespective of the verdict.

Source – NDTV

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Ayodhya judgement – Allahabad High Court says divide land in 3 ways

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All India Consumer Price Index Numbers for Industrial Workers On Base 2001=100 for the Month of August, 2010

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All India Consumer Price Index Number for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) on base 2001=100 for the month of  August, 2010 remained stationary at 178 (one hundred and seventy eight).
During August, 2010, the index recorded an increase of 5 points in Rangapara Tezpur centre, 4 points each in Mariani Jorhat, Munger Jamalpur, Giridih, Asansol and Chhindwara centres, 3 points in 4 centres, 2 points in 5 centres  and 1 point in 12 centres. The index decreased by 3 points in Jharia centre, 2 points in 15 centres and 1 point in 17 centres, while in the remaining 18 centres the index remained stationary.
The maximum increase of 5 points in Rangapara Tezpur centre is mainly on account of increase in the prices of Rice, Mustard Oil, Chillies Green, Clothing items, etc. The increase of 4 points in Mariani Jorhat centre is due to increase in the prices of Rice, Wheat Atta, Mustard Oil, Turmeric Powder, Chillies Green Vegetable & Fruit items, etc. The increase of 4 points in Munger Jamalpur centre is due to increase in the prices of Rice, Onion, Tea (Readymade), Clothing items, etc. In Giridih centre this increase is due to increase in the prices of Rice, Arhar Dal, Milk, Turmeric Powder, Firewood, etc. In Asanol centre this increase is mainly due to Rice, Wheat Atta, Milk, Onion, Firewood, Clothing items, etc. In Chhindwara centre this increase is the outcome of increase in the prices of Wheat, Soyabeen Oil, Garlic, Firewood, etc. However, the decrease of 3 points in Jharia centre is due to decrease in the prices of Wheat, Goat Meat, Fish Fresh, Vegetable & Fruit items, etc.
The indices in respect of the six major centres are as follows :
1. Ahmedabad     173                           4. . Delhi          164
2. Bangalore       182                            5. Kolkata        175
3. Chennai           161                           6. Mumbai       175
Source – PIB

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All India Consumer Price Index Numbers for Industrial Workers On Base 2001=100 for the Month of August, 2010

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Ayodhya judgement is out

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Most awaited judgment has arrived.. Keep watching for complete details

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Ayodhya judgement is out

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Ayodhya verdict – Hundreds of people gathered out of the court

September 30, 2010 Leave a comment

LUCKNOW: With the premises of the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court being out of bounds, hundreds of journalists from across the country converged at the District Magistrate’s office in Qaiserbagh area here to report on the verdict in the decades old Ramjanmabhoomi- Babri Masjid title suit. (Read: Possible outcomes of the Ayodhya case)

Elaborate arrangements have been put in place and a special ‘pandal’ that can accommodate 500 journalists and camerapersons has been erected right opposite the court premises.

Multi-layered security apparatus has been activated around the High Court premises where entry of persons has been restricted. Barricades have been put up on roads leading to the High Court.

Several shops and business establishments, which were open earlier in the day, downed their shutters as the time of the verdict advanced. (Read: UP turns into a fortress ahead of verdict)

Inside the court premises, the passage leading to Court No. 21, where the verdict in the six-decade-old case would be pronounced, has been cordoned off and entry has been allowed only to the parties to the dispute and their lawyers.

Heavy presence of police personnel was seen on the way near Court Nos. 18, 19 and 20 and the special Ramjanmabhoomi- Babri Masjid section near Court No. 21.

Bomb disposal squads and sniffer dogs made rounds of the Court No 21 before Justices D V Sharma, Sudhir Agarwal and S U Khan were to pronounce the verdict.

There was a large police presence in the DM office but journalists seemed to outnumber them as scribes armed with laptops and microphones were seen milling around the area waiting for the verdict.

Police were allowing entry to journalists inside the premises through a small gate at the rear side of the DM Office compound after checking the identity cards.

At least 40 outdoor broadcast (OB) vans of various television channels were stationed in the compound ready to beam live the press conference by officials designated by the High Court to announce the verdict to the media.

Source – TimesofIndia

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