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'World's greatest archaeological dispute' to be decided as Indian supreme court wraps up Ayodhya hearing

Independent Sunday, 13 October 2019
Destruction of Babri Masjid by right-wing Hindu mob in 1992 sparked communal riots across India. Now, the Supreme Court must decide whether a temple to the Hindu Lord Ram - promised by Narendra Modi - can be built on the site
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