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The news says "In India, construction of the Ram Temple on disputed land officially begins,.."
Is it correct to say so after the Honourable Supreme Court of India, has given it's final verdict on all cases pertaining to the dispute claims?--UKSharma3 (User | talk | Contribs) 07:54, 7 August 2020 (UTC)
- The fact that a court has ruled on something doesn't mean it isn't disputed. If nothing else apparently 18 petitions were filed asking for the verdict to be reconsidered, so obviously not everybody agreed with the verdict. Hut 8.5 08:18, 7 August 2020 (UTC)
- We may need to leave a hidden note in this section while this is on the main page; I think this is the 3rd time (counting comments at ITNC) this has been brought up, and consensus is to leave as is, and then the report is erased, and then someone else comments. --Floquenbeam (talk) 13:24, 7 August 2020 (UTC)
- After thinking about it, Floque is right (in the now removed comment), it is still a disputed site. But I believe the blurb should read: In India, construction of the Ram Temple on disputed land officially begins after Supreme Court's approval, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi laying the foundation stone (ceremony pictured). Currently, it reads like PM of India is doing something illegal on a disputed site. —usernamekiran (talk) 13:45, 7 August 2020 (UTC)
- I'm not liking the word "begins" as construction already started back in 1989 with the laying of another foundation stone by another party of dignitaries. I suggest the word "resumes" instead. Andrew🐉(talk) 13:47, 7 August 2020 (UTC)
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