Court points to privacy implications after A-G said move would help tackle crime, terrorism, fake news.
The Muslim side has denied the authenticity of the rectangular slab and also claimed that it was placed at the disputed site after the demolition.
J&K HC Chief Justice called via a landline to say that landlines are functioning: Bobde
Ayodhya case: Supreme Court questions antiquity of archaeological proof submitted by Ram Lalla's lawyer
Lawyer for Ram Lalla CS Vaidyanathan conceded that there was no such evidence. He argued that the now demolished mosque had too many Hindu motifs and figures to be a valid mosque under Islamic tenets.
During the hearing, the Centre told the apex court that the situation is improving in Jammu and Kashmir and the curbs are being lifted gradually.
Referring to travelogues by Finch, Buchanan..., lawyer says they referred to Ram’s fort at Ayodhya.
Senior advocate C S Vaidyanathan, appearing for Ram Lalla, claimed that the Hindus have been praying at the “janmasthan” for centuries.
Govt trying to maintain law and order with least inconvenience: Venugopal Fundamental rights of citizens can be restricted but not prohibited: Petitioner
A bench comprising Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice R F Nariman said that like Aadhaar data, an appropriate regime be enacted for securing the Assam NRC data.
The bench said only genuine homebuyers can invoke insolvency proceedings against the builder and asked the Centre to file an affidavit taking the corrective measures.
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