When Ayodhya verdict went online…

Courtesy: http://www.ciol.com

BANGALORE, INDIA: The waiting is over. No more speculations or anticipations about the disputed land in Ayodhya. The diplomatic verdict by the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court has said that a partition is the way out to enable myth and history to co-exist.

You can agree or disagree with the verdict but the common people, and even celebrities, are happy that the episode ended peacefully; a typical climax like that of an ‘and-they-lived-happily-ever-after’ story.

And it is the same sentiments that is reflected in the reactions of netizens too. While the verdict went online at two websites – NIC as well as Allahabad High Court site – , immediately after it was declared, it was the blogosphere only that spread the breezy news like wildfire, of course without spreading hatred.

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