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Varanasi court orders Archaeological Survey of India to survey Gyanvapi complex

IndiaTimes Thursday, 8 April 2021 ()
In its order on Thursday, the court of civil judge (senior division), fast track, Ashutosh Tiwari, directed the ASI director general to constitute a five-member committee of eminent persons who are experts and well-versed in the science of archaeology, two of whom should preferably belong to the minority community.
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News video: Kashi mandir-masjid debate sparks | Court orders ASI survey | Oneindia News

Kashi mandir-masjid debate sparks | Court orders ASI survey | Oneindia News 01:30

A Varanasi court has once again raised the dormant issue of the presence of a temple under the site of a mosque in India's ancient pilgrimage town for Hindus. The court ordered the Archeological survey of India to examine the site. #varanasi #KashiVishwanathMandir #GyanvapiMosque

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Archaeological Survey of India Archaeological Survey of India Indian agency responsible for archaeological studies and preservation

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