Indian Muslim body to challenge Ayodhya verdict in court Nov 18, 2019 0 1051 12345 New Delhi: A Muslim organisation in India said on Sunday it was to seek a review of a Supreme Court decision which granted a contested religious site to the Hindu majority.The court on November 9 held that the site in the northern city of Ayodhya will be given to a government-run trust for building a Hindu temple while Muslims will be allotted an alternate location to construct a mosque there.The 16th-century Babri mosque was destroyed by Hindu mobs in 1992, triggering deadly Hindu-Muslim violence in which more than 2,000 people were killed.Hindus claimed that a temple to their god Ram predated the mosque and wanted to build a new one at the site, while Muslims wanted a new mosque. (DPA) RELATED ARTICLES G Rajapaksa declared winner of Sri Lankan presidential election Nov 18, 2019 0 332 Thousands march in Greek annual demo against US-backed military junta Nov 18, 2019 0 291 French ‘yellow vests’ shut down top Parisian department store Nov 18, 2019 0 295 New testimonies show concerns over White House pressure on Ukraine DPA Washington Additional testimony by two White House staffers released on Saturday shows concerns that security assistance to Ukraine was being made conditional on investigations into President Donald Trump’s .. Embattled Pakistan PM Imran Khan takes time out to unwind ISLAMABAD: After a rollercoaster few months, embattled Imran Khan, for the first time since assuming the office of the prime minister, has finally decided to take a break – albeit a brief one of just two days. The premier .. UK govt and military covered up war crimes, says report London: The UK government and military covered up credible evidence of war crimes by British soldiers against civilians in Afghanistan and Iraq, according to an investigation by the BBC and the Sunday Times. Leaks from .. British media slams Prince Andrew’s ‘car crash’ interview on Epstein links DPA London British media and commentators on Sunday slammed a ‘car crash’ interview in which Prince Andrew discussed allegations about his links to late financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. The BBC .. Trump says North Korea went too far in calling Joe Biden ‘rabid dog’ Washington: US President Donald Trump issued a rare -- if tepid -- defence of election rival Joe Biden on Sunday, saying Pyongyang’s depiction of him as “a rabid dog” who should be “beaten to death” went a bit too far. “Joe ..