Ayodhya verdict: Hindus win possession of India site disputed by Muslims

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Supreme court says five acres where mosque was torn down in 1992 should become site of Hindu temple, with Muslims given other land The Indian supreme court has ruled that India’s most hotly disputed piece of land rightfully belongs to Hindus, with judges granting permission for a temple to be built on the site in Ayodhya. In their unanimous and historic judgement, the five supreme court judges sta
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