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Hindus to build temple at disputed holy site after Indian Supreme Court win

SBS Saturday, 9 November 2019 ()
India's Supreme Court has ruled a disputed holy site in Ayodhya belongs to Hindus.
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News video: As Hindus rejoice, Muslim reaction mixed over Ayodhya verdict

As Hindus rejoice, Muslim reaction mixed over Ayodhya verdict 02:44

India's top court allows Hindus to build temple on disputed holy site while promising Muslims land elsewhere for mosque.

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