Lucknow: After the All-India Muslim Personal Law Board took the decision, Sunni Central Wakf Board decided to go to the Supreme Court on Ayodhya verdict.
The Board met in Lucknow on Saturday to discuss the verdict and to make a decision on whether to appeal to the apex court or not.
The Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court had on September 30 pronounced judgment in the Ayodhya title suit, saying Hindus and Muslims are joint titleholders.
03:45 PM, Oct 16, 2010
It couldn't have been better, says Digivjaya Singh, contradicting Kapil Sibal's earlier statement. ...
03:56 PM, Oct 08, 2010
New Delhi: The Congress party is speaking in two voices on the Ayodhya verdict. It couldn't have been better, says party general secretary Digivjay Singh, on Devil's Advocate, contradicting Union Minister Kapil Sibal's earlier statement. Singh says the Allahabad High Court's judgement was the best given the circumstances. Karan Thapar: Shouldn't the court have said we can't determine if this is the Ramjanmasthan, it is not for us to do,...
03:19 PM, Oct 08, 2010
New Delhi: A 60-year legal battle ends today (Thursday) as the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court will pronounce the verdict in the Ayodhya title suit in the Babri Masjid and Ram janambhoomi case. The verdict is one of the longest running and contentious cases of independent India As the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court prepares to adjudicate on one of the longest running and contentious cases...
08:20 AM, Sep 30, 2010