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Ayodhya land dispute case: Centre moves SC, seeks nod to hand over non-disputed land to original owners

The Centre Tuesday moved Supreme Court asking that it lift the status quo on non-disputed land around the disputed site and hand over surplus to the original owners. In its writ petition, the Centre said it had acquired 67 acres of land around the 2.77 acres disputed Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid site. Source: Indian Express

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Centre seeks SC’s nod to transfer excess Ayodhya land to Ram temple trust

The Centre filed an application in the Supreme Court on Monday seeking permission to alienate a portion of the disputed land in the Ram Temple-Babri Mosque dispute to Ram Janambhoomi Nyas. In 1993, the Centre had acquired 67 acres of land around the disputed site saying it was related to the dispute. The SC had upheld the acquisition in 1994 and ordered that this land shall remain with the Central government and shall not be released in anyone’s favour until the dispute is decided. This arrangement was continued and reasserted by Supreme Court by a 2011 order in the Aslam Bhure’s petition. Bhure was also a petitioner in the case. Source: HT

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Opposition protests against central government for extending RS session

Delhi: Opposition leaders protest in the Parliament premises against central government for extending Rajya Sabha session by a day; allege it was extended without consensus. Source: ABP news

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Nearly 123 crore Aadhaar cards were issued to people: Govt

The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has issued nearly 123 crore Aadhaar cards to people as of November 30 last year, Union Minister Hansraj Ahir said in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday. Out of these, 6.71 crore Aadhaar cards were issued to children aged below five years while over 29 crore were given to those aged between 5-18 years. Source: HT