under Ayodhya

On a closer read, the BJP’s manifesto ‘One India, Greater India’ is the party’s most definitive documentation of life after Ayodhya.


10 Apr 2014 | BY S Prasannarajan

Political agents seem hellbent on stirring UP’s communal cauldron: a ground report


11 Jan 2014 | BY Dhirendra K Jha

In Ayodhya, which is one of the most lawless towns in India, disciples are killing their gurus to usurp precious temple land


28 Feb 2013 | BY Dhirendra K Jha

The Indian Civil Service officer who helped the Hindu Mahasabha lay claim to the Babri Masjid.


6 Dec 2012

The Allahabad High Court’s verdict was a classic case of exceeding the brief


15 May 2011 | BY Jatin Gandhi

Modi’s plan to preside over an out-of-court settlement flops


15 May 2011 | BY Dhirendra K Jha

The untold story of the night of 22-23 December 1949, when Rama was planted in Ayodhya. The night that decisively shaped India’s modern political history.


3 Dec 2010 | BY Dhirendra K. Jha

The talking heads who so insist have no idea what is at stake in Ayodhya


7 Oct 2010 | BY Hartosh Singh Bal

Jurisprudence is just as vital to the idea of India as maintaining communal equilibrium.


30 Sep 2010 | BY Jatin Gandhi

The court will soon decide who owns the Babri Masjid site. Whichever way the verdict goes, the politics of religion will make a comeback.


9 Sep 2010 | BY Hartosh Singh Bal
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