Hindu-Muslim in agreement at Babri Masjid site

Parties looking for an out-of-court settlement for Ayodhya dispute have come out with a formula that has provision for both a temple and a mosque on the disputed 70-acre land. But, the two structures would be separated by a 100-foot wall.

Mahant Gyan Das and Hashim Ansari, who started the track-II negotiations for a settlement after the September 30 high court verdict, are the men behind the present formula. While Gyan Das is the chief priest of powerful

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