‘Hindu Sthan’: What Front-Page Headlines Said on Ayodhya Verdict

From wordplay on Ram Mandir being “within site” to a ‘Hindu Sthan’ reference, a look at the newspaper front-pages.

Updated10 Nov 2019, 07:45 AM IST
India
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From The Times of India’s wordplay on the Ram Mandir being “within site,” to The Telegraph’s ‘Hindu Sthan’ reference, here’s how the front-pages of India’s leading English and Hindi newspapers looked the morning after the Supreme Court’s verdict on the Ayodhya title dispute.

The Telegraph: In the Name of Ram, the Site is Now Hindu Sthan

‘Hindu Sthan’: What Front-Page Headlines Said on Ayodhya Verdict
(Photo: Screenshot/The Telegraph)

The Times of India: Ram Mandir Within Site

‘Hindu Sthan’: What Front-Page Headlines Said on Ayodhya Verdict
(Photo: Screenshot/The Times of India)

Hindustan Times: Temple Set in Stone

‘Hindu Sthan’: What Front-Page Headlines Said on Ayodhya Verdict
(Photo: Screenshot/Hindustan Times)

The Indian Express: Temple Gets Site, Mosque a Plot

‘Hindu Sthan’: What Front-Page Headlines Said on Ayodhya Verdict
(Photo: Screenshot/The Indian Express)

The New Indian Express: Please-All Ayodhya Verdict

‘Hindu Sthan’: What Front-Page Headlines Said on Ayodhya Verdict
(Photo: Screenshot/The New Indian Express)

Dainik Jagran: Shri Ram

‘Hindu Sthan’: What Front-Page Headlines Said on Ayodhya Verdict
(Photo: Screenshot/Dainik Jagran)

Navbharat Times: Mandir Wahi, Masjid Nayi

‘Hindu Sthan’: What Front-Page Headlines Said on Ayodhya Verdict
(Photo: Screenshot/Navbharat Times)

Dainik Bhaskar: Ram Lalla Hi Virajman

‘Hindu Sthan’: What Front-Page Headlines Said on Ayodhya Verdict
(Photo: Screenshot/Dainik Bhaskar)

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Published: 10 Nov 2019, 05:47 AM IST
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