Article 370 revoked: Student outfits toe respective parent party line in protests; BJP supporters celebrate
The RS on Monday approved a resolution scrapping provisions of Article 370 of the Constitution that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir and passed another Bill approving the bifurcation of the state into two Union territories, amid protests by the Opposition
Article 370 revoked: 'Jammu and Kashmir will lose its Muslim-majority character,' say Kashmiris fearful of fresh violence in Valley
A resident of Srinagar said though the state's ruling parties rendered Article 370 a mere skeleton over the last 70 years in collusion with the different governments at the Centre, its scrapping is bound to provoke the people to vent their anger.
Jammu and Kashmir News Updates: Amit Shah claims Article 370 'crushed democracy' in state; MEA briefs P5 nations on developments
Jammu and Kashmir News LIVE Updates: Home Minister Amit Shah claimed in the Rajya Sabha that Article 370 "crushed democracy" in Jammu and Kashmir and the Centre was revoking the Article to end bloodshed in the state. Meanwhile, the Ministry of External Affairs briefed the envoys of the US, UK, Russia, China, and France, on the developments related to the scrapping of Article 370.
Rise in pan-Islamist militancy in Kashmir, possible Taliban rule in Afghanistan: BJP couldn't have picked a worse time to scrap Article 370, 35A
Quite apart from its merits or demerits, the timing of the Union government’s revocation of Jammu and Kashmir's special status could not have been worse. This is true at the international level, quite different from the local level. This is the annual tourist season in the Kashmir Valley, when those connected to this industry expect to make a large part of their annual income.
Tense situation in Jammu in Kashmir following series of military and political events: Here's what we know so far
Union home minister Amit Shah is set to introduce The Jammu and Kashmir Reservation (Second Amendment) Bill, 2019 in Rajya Sabha today. The Bill seeks to extend the 10 percent quota to economically weaker sections to the state, which has special constitutional provisions.
Union Cabinet meets at Narendra Modi's residence amid speculation over decisions regarding Jammu and Kashmir
The Union Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi met in Delhi on Monday, amidst speculation that the government may take some decisions on Jammu and Kashmir
'Restive Kashmir not in your interest' Omar Abdullah tells Centre as uncertainty prevails; Kashmiris stockpile food as NIT students, pilgrims leave Valley
With locals apprehensive of a major crackdown, or a conflict situation resulting from any unpopular announcement the central government may be planning to make, the residents have been stocking supplies of essential commodities like rice, flour and other eatables.