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Supreme Court of India

‘Left Historians Misled Indian Muslims on Ayodhya’

Rahul Pandita

“Hindu-Muslim relations over Ayodhya would not have deteriorated to this point if the left historians had not misled and misguided the Muslim group,” says historian Meenakshi Jain

For God’s Sake

Pilgrimage to the birthplace of the Lord is an elemental journey in every relevant religion. The Supreme Court, by adjudicating on the legality of the deity and granting an unfettered right to the deity’s birthplace, has created space for India to move on

Ram’s Ghar Wapsi

Go to any museum or temple in India. Not one murti or figure from premodern India survives without disfiguration. If there is one, then the only explanation will be that it somehow escaped Muslim marauders

The Eternity of the Deity

The court has looked at a concept deeply rooted in the spiritual traditions of this land through the prism of English and Roman law

Challenging the Tyranny of Reputations

The Supreme Court judgment will accelerate the decolonisation of the Indian mind. An alternative narrative has come to dominate and influence the national mood

The Spirit of New India

When the grand Ram temple is finally built on the site reclaimed from an invading army, the restoration of national sovereignty—the essence of the struggle for independence—would have been completed

Judiciary: A Fine Balance

India’s higher judiciary is on a course correction

Justice Dipak Misra: Courting Controversy

The travails of Justice Misra are those of a soldier in an age that wants heroes

Lost in Court

The book could have been a valuable intervention in the current judicial debate

Mutiny in the Court

Four dissenting Supreme Court judges go public with their grievances. Now what?

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