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Sushil Jain

Sushil Jain

Sushil Kumar was a Jain teacher and monk. He was a self-realized master who devoted more than 50 years to promoting non-violence, peace and knowledge of the self.Guruji was born on June 15, 1926 in Sikhopur, a small foothill village in Haryana, India. The village was later named Sushilgarh in Guruji’s honor.

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As deity's 'only friend', Nirmohi Akhara lays claims on site
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As deity's 'only friend', Nirmohi Akhara lays claims on site

The Nirmohi Akhara, one of the Hindu parties contesting the Ayodhya title dispute and claiming to be "only friend" of the deity at the makeshift Ram temple, has told the Supreme Court that it should be given the possession of the disputed site.

Ayodhya case: Nirmohi Akhara sees dispossession plot
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Ayodhya case: Nirmohi Akhara sees dispossession plot

On the 11th day of the Ayodhya title dispute hearing on Friday, the counsel for the Nirmohi Akhara argued on two crucial aspects of the case that there had been a conspiracy since 1982 to dispossess the Akhara, and cited two witnesses who had established through their statements that it was wholly in-charge of the Ram temple.

SC hears 1950 affidavits by Muslims, Akhara's title stance
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SC hears 1950 affidavits by Muslims, Akhara's title stance

On the 10th day of the Ayodhya title dispute hearing on Thursday, the Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi took up two important aspects of the case affidavits filed by Muslims in 1950 claiming mosque was constructed after demolishing a temple, and the stance of the Nirmohi Akhara on its title.

Lost possession papers in dacoity, Nirmohi Akhara to SC
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Lost possession papers in dacoity, Nirmohi Akhara to SC

The Nirmohi Akhara, one of the main parties in the Ayodhya dispute, told the Supreme Court on Wednesday that they had lost the documents establishing their possession of the Ram Janmabhoomi site in a dacoity in 1982.

Ayodhya land dispute: Muslims barred from entering temple since 1934, Nirmohi Akhara tells SC
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Ayodhya land dispute: Muslims barred from entering temple since 1934, Nirmohi Akhara tells SC

Nirmohi Akhara, one of the parties in the Ayodhya title dispute case, on Tuesday told the Supreme Court that Muslims were not allowed to enter the temple gate since 1934 and it is in their possession since then.

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