A special CBI court here, hearing the Babri Masjid demolition case issued non-bailable warrants against Samajwadi Party MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh and former Shiv Sena MLA Pawan Pandey after they failed to appear before it.
It is interesting that a High Court that asserts the authenticity of a birth which could well be several millennia old is careless enough to get the date of a relatively recent event of Indian history wrong by a 100 years.
The Karnataka government today
promulgated 48-hour prohibitory orders from September 30
across the state and declared two days holiday to educational
institutions ahead of the court verdict on Ayodhya title suit.
Lawyers representing parties to
the Ayodhya title suit case today did not see any hope of
reconciliation in the 60-year-old dispute and are rooting for
the verdict to be given quickly by the Allahabad High Court.
Nirmohi Akhara, one of the main parties to the Ayodhya title dispute, on Friday filed a fresh application before the Allahabad High Court hearing the case seeking time till September 27 to arrive at a compromise.