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Russian court rejects petition for banning Gita

By The Assam Tribune
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MOSCOW/NEW DELHI, Dec 28 � Bringing an end to a six months long legal battle, Russian court today rejected a ban on a translated version of Bhagvad Gita, a verdict welcomed by India as a �sensible resolution of a sensitive issue�, reports PTI.

The court�s decision not to ban the sacred book brought to an end a keenly contested case that had caused anger among believers around the world and forced New Delhi to take up the matter with Moscow.

External Affairs Minister S M Krishna welcomed the judgement and thanked the Russian government for its support.

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Russian court rejects petition for banning Gita

MOSCOW/NEW DELHI, Dec 28 � Bringing an end to a six months long legal battle, Russian court today rejected a ban on a translated version of Bhagvad Gita, a verdict welcomed by India as a �sensible resolution of a sensitive issue�, reports PTI.

The court�s decision not to ban the sacred book brought to an end a keenly contested case that had caused anger among believers around the world and forced New Delhi to take up the matter with Moscow.

External Affairs Minister S M Krishna welcomed the judgement and thanked the Russian government for its support.

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