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  1. Demolition process started on November 28, 2021 and took 69 days to complete
  2. Five-member Murree tragedy probe committee had ordered demolition of illegal commercial complexes, hotels, and apartments
  3. IHC orders initiation of criminal proceedings against ex-navy chief, others responsible for the construction of club
  4. Attorney General for Pakistan appeals to the CJP to review the judgment as it is "giving rise to religious tensions"
  5. Section 144 prohibits gathering of 4 or more people; notification says legal action will be taken against violators
  6. Four Karachi firms and one each from Islamabad, Lahore approach District East administration with proposal to demolish Nasla Tower
  7. The committee will evaluate and select the tenders submitted by different companies regarding the demolition of Nasla Tower
  8. "Allottees or owners of the building cannot be given the status of actual owners," states the apex court's verdict
  9. Pakistan will continue to urge int'l community to hold India accountable for systemic human rights violations of minorities, says FO
  10. SC directs Nasla Tower owners to refund price of shops, residential units and other areas sold to registered owner within 3 months
  11. A single-judge bench of SHC directs parties involved in the case to submit their replies by February 19
  12. It is 2019 according to the calendar, but seems like our nation is stuck in a wheel of time where the word 'sense' made zero sense. Every day we read or witness something which is absurd beyond measure for our brain cells. A school in Karnataka is facing some wrath after a viral video from a cultural event went viral on social media. Apparently, the students were enacting the Babri Masjid demolition and chants of 'Jai Shri Ram' were echoed. Karnataka school run by RSS man makes kids 'demolish' Babri Masjid in a play The Chief Guests for the event were Union Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers, DV Sadananda Gowda; Puducherry Governor Kiran Bedi; and several Ministers from Karnataka. pic.twitter.com/hVdqxvfdvI — Sanyukta (@dramadhikari) December 16, 2019 Surprisingly, the chief guests for this function included some eminent personalities, which include Union Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers, DV Sadananda Gowda; Puducherry Governor Kiran Bedi; and several ministers from Karnataka as well. Another formation d school children made was of the proposed Shri Ram Mandir at #Ayodhya. All such performances enabled d school ensure all of its 3800+ school children participate in d annual festival of Sri Rama Vidya Kendra, Kalladka Village, near Mangalore @PTI_News @ANI pic.twitter.com/IdaoySuBY4 — Kiran Bedi (@thekiranbedi) December 16, 2019 People on social media are trying to reprimand the school authorities as this act is highly insensitive. Horrible, filling hatred into minds of school children is very dangerous for our INDIA. — Chitragupta P (@p_chitragupta) December 16, 2019 You actually think they care? These kids will be filled with hatred for others.. how long will such a society survive? — zaheer (@drzzzzzz) December 16, 2019 In a world where everyone is moving forward towards being more progressive and tying the communal fabric stronger so that we all can live in harmony, it is appalling to witness things like this in India. We need to fear for our future because looks like, it's not just global warming that is going to be a big threat. View the full article
  13. In September 2010, the Allahabad High Court announced the seven-decade-old verdict based on the disputed land in Ayodhya. The land conflicted in every religious and communal sense had become a tangible divide between the Hindu and the Muslim community. Back in 2010, the three judge-committee at the Allahabad High Court ruled that the 2.77 acres of the Ayodhya land be divided into three parts with 1/3 going to the Ram Lalla or infant Ram, represented by the Hindu Maha Sabha, 1/3 going to the Sunni Waqf Board and the remaining 1/3 going to the Nirmohi Akhara. The inner courtyard went to the deity, the Ram Chabutra and Sita Rasoi went to the Nirmohi Akahara, while the Muslim side got the remaining one third after several adjustments were made to the extra land, acquired by the government. © BCCL On December 1, 2017, 32 civil-rights activists filed a plea, challenging the 2010 verdict of the Allahabad High Court. On January 25, 2019, the Supreme Court set up a five-judge committee comprising Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justices S.A Bobde, D.Y. Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan and S.A. Nazeer to hear the case; and in August this year the SC started holding a day-to-day hearing on the Ayodhya case before the final verdict came out in November. The final verdict, that came out in November 2019, negated the verdict of 2010 and ruled that the land belonged to the government and that a trust would be established to build a Hindu temple there, while five acres of land would be allocated within city premises to build a mosque for the Muslims. © The Pioneer With decades of conflict for a piece of land, there has to be a lot of significance attached to it, for volatile protests and riots to take place in the past. Here are five important historical facts you need to know to understand the importance of the disputed land in Ayodhya: (1) Construction Of The Babri Masjid In 1528, Babri Masjid was constructed in Ayodhya, by Mir Baqi, instructed by the then Mughal Emperor Babur. When the Mosque was built, there was no discussion about an already existing temple at that site, neither was anything demolished to construct the mosque, nor was there any proof or talk about the area being 'Ram Janmbhoomi' (birthplace of Lord Rama). © Indian Express (2) The Beginning Of Communal Tension Later in 1855, a sudden conflict arose between the Sunni Muslims and the locals of the village Bairai, over the temple Hanumangarhi. The Sunni's believed a mosque was demolished to build a temple there, while the latter refused this claim. Fortunately, the then Nawab of Awadh, Nawab Wajid Ali Shah intervened in the conflict and mediated on behalf of the temple to hold the peace for the two communities. © Shome Basu (3) The 'Ram Janmbhoomi' Belief Is Born In 1859, a local belief that Ayodhya is the birthplace of Lord Rama, the 7th Avatar of the Hindu deity Vishnu, started to take shape in the city. The belief that the Babri Masjid stood in the exact same spot of his birthplace and that a Hindu shrine was demolished to construct the mosque started spreading like wildfire. The British Colonial Administration erected a fence at the site and while the Muslims are given the inner court to pray, Hindu's are given the outer court. © Youtube (4) Second Round Of Disputes In 1934, a second round of dispute broke out in the shape of riots between the Hindus and the Muslims on the same issue, which resulted in damages caused to the mosque and the dome, which were later rebuilt by the government back then. (5) Lord Ram Idol Found Inside The Mosque In 1949, a Ram Idol was mysteriously found inside the Mosque, believed to be the work of the Hindu Mahasabha activists. The mosque thereafter was locked down by the Jawaharlal Nehru government to avoid any protests or riots between the two communities. The idol stayed at the premise and magistrate K.K. Nayar refused to remove the idol from the mosque to avoid large scale disruption and violence. Worship at the site was thereon disallowed as well. © Business Standard (6) Mosque Reopens For Prayers A petition is filed in the Faizabad court in 1950 to re-allow namaz in the premises. The Hindu committee too filed a petition to re-open the site so the idol placed there can be worshipped at the Janmbhoomi again. The site does open but only the outer courtyard was allowed prayers while the inner one remained locked. (7) 4 Suits Filed To Claim The Disputed Ground By 1961, at least four suits were filed to claim the disputed ground by Hashim Ansari, Gopal Singh Visharad and Mahant Paramhans Ramchandra Das, Nirmohi Akahara and The Sunni Central Waqf Board, asking for the Muslims' rights to pray at the mosque. © India Today (8) VHP Is Formed In 1964, to protect the Hindu interest in the Ram Janbhoomi and safeguard its claim, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad was formed by M. S. Golwalkar and S. S. Apte, a tangible body that was actively fighting for the disputed site. © Youtube (9) BJP Leader LK Advani Leads The Movement In 1984, the active Hindu groups formed a committee to oversee the construction of the Ram Temple, as the movement gathered momentum in the country. The then BJP ruler LK Advani took leadership of the rising Hindu movement. © BCCL (10) The Riots Of 1992 On December 6, 1992, heavy riots broke out when a crowd of almost 1,50,000 people gathered at the Babri Masjid to listen to speeches made by the 'Ram Mandir movement' leader LK Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi. The crowd, getting influenced by the speeches, stormed the mosque and eventually demolished it to pieces. The demolition took place despite promises made by the state government to the Supreme Court that the mosque wouldn't be harmed in any way. Riots didn't stop there though. After the demolition, the Kar Sevaks attacked Muslim residents in Ayodhya, in their homes and their shops. Muslim families were killed in the hands of the Kar Sevaks. The riots caused a severe ripple effect throughout the country, and more riots broke out in different parts of the country, including Mumbai, where 2,000 people died, both from the Hindu and Muslim community. © DailyO One of the most deadliest communal riots took place in the country on religious grounds and while we're saddened by what happened back in history, we're glad that the dispute has finally been resolved after years of turmoil for both the Muslim and Hindu communities. In the current verdict, the apex court has unanimously stated that even though the demolition of the masjid was unlawful, the masjid was still built over a Hindu shrine, according to the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). While this important piece of conflict and its final resolution is going to go down in history, we mustn't forget that the verdict wasn't a win for a particular community but a way to ensure peace and equality between members of both the religions. With inputs from thewire.in View the full article
  14. Photo: ReutersMADRID: Lionel Messi made it clear he is fit and back to his scintillating best by tearing apart Real Valladolid on Tuesday in a thumping 5-1 victory for Barcelona.Messi scored another spell-binding free-kick at Camp Nou after his...
  15. For a country that will host the men's Hockey World Cup later this year, India couldn't have begun their preparations any better. Plying their trade in the ongoing Asian Champions Trophy - a pivotal tournament ahead of the mega event, the Indian men's hockey team has been in rampant form. Making their intentions clear early in the tournament, the Indian side has been seen demolishing their opponents with relative ease. The Harendra Singh-led side opened their campaign with a stellar 11-0 triumph over hosts Oman. Despite goals galore, many expected them to get a tough fight from their next opponents Pakistan. But, it wasn't meant to be as India maintained their unbeaten record against their arch-rivals in the last 10 encounters. Building on their opening win, the Indian team pulled off a brilliant 3-1 win over Pakistan, despite trailing 0-1 early on. If their triumph against Pakistan allowed them to establish themselves as serious contenders for the Asiad trophy, India's spectacular show against Japan further enhanced their reputation in the tournament. Locking horns with the Asiad gold medallists, India were expected to be at their prolific best to negate their Japanese counterparts. But, by the time they were done with Japan, India looked like a champion side that is currently busy steamrolling one opponent after another. © Twitter/@TheHockeyIndia Making a mockery of Japan's defensive frailties, the Indian side thumped in as many as nine goals to eventually secure a 9-0 win. A total of six Indian players got their names registered on the scoresheet, as Japan lacked the skill to contain the persistent raids by the Asian Games bronze medallists. Striker Lalit Upadhyay opened the scoring for India in the fourth minute of the match. Gurjant Singh, then, doubled the lead for his side in the eighth minute after capitalising on a rebound from Japan's goalkeeper Takashi Yoshikawa, who got injured while blocking an Indian effort. In the 17th minute, Harmanpreet Singh converted a penalty stroke and then scored another with a low penalty corner shot (21st minute). The half-time hooter saved Japan from more strikes, but India's domination could be ascertained from the fact that they had scored two goals in each of the first two quarters to lead 4-0. © Twitter/@TheHockeyIndia The third quarter saw the world no. 5 team increasing their tally to seven goals, while two more came in the last 15 minutes of the match. Akashdeep Singh, who had a brilliant day while leading the attack with aplomb, got himself on the scoresheet in the 35th minute. Then, in the 42nd minute, Kothajit Singh added another to India's ever-increasing goal tally. With Japan's defence cracking wide open through the Indian raids, Mandeep Singh capitalised on the two openings in the last quarter, scoring a brace (49th and 57th minute) to cap off a sensational 9-0 win for his side. Here's a look at the team standings following the fourth day of the Hero Asian Champions Trophy 2018 on 21st October. #IndiaKaGame #HeroACT2018 pic.twitter.com/ID5knIYDoM — Hockey India (@TheHockeyIndia) October 22, 2018 The victory allowed the Indian men's hockey team to reaffirm their supremacy in Asia. They had beaten Japan 8-0 in the pool stage of the Asian Games in Indonesia earlier this year. But, while Japan went on to win the coveted Asiad gold, the Indian team had to console themselves with a bronze. With their third consecutive win, India now lead the standings of the six-team event with a maximum nine points. They are followed by Malaysia who've secured six points from the two games they've played so far in the tournament. Building on their fine form, India will be eager to produce yet another convincing performance when they take on Malaysia in their next encounter on 23rd October.
  16. Four advertisement walls were demolished on Shahrae Faisal on Wednesday. Photo: Geo News screen grab Karachi Cantonment Board has started demolition of walls with advertisements within its vicinity, Geo News reported Wednesday morning.So far,...
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