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Extension of central laws post Article 370 abrogation established equitable society in J&K: Official
The official said Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha is taking a personal interest in tribal development and recently launched the Smart Schools' project in the UT for tribal communities
Pakistan raises objections to PM Modi's Kashmir visit, says was a 'direct contravention' of Indus Waters Treaty
PM Modi, on Sunday, laid the foundation stone of the Rattle and Kwar hydroelectric projects and hydroelectric project to be built on the Chenab river in Kashmir
Apart from the ministry of rural development, six central departments including science and technology, biotechnology, atomic energy, space and science have joined hands for the visit
'The government has a policy of zero-tolerance against terrorism and there has been a substantial decline in terrorist attacks from 417 in 2018 to 255 in 2019, 244 in 2020 and 229 in 2021,' MoS Home Nityanand Rai told Rajya Sabha
Five militants killed in Shopian in separate encounters in J&K; two cases of targeted killings solved, says police
A police spokesperson said two of the four recent cases of target killings in Srinagar and Bandipora have been solved with the elimination of the terrorists involved in these incidents
Two years of abrogation of Article 370: Tracing decay of controversial law that sealed terms of J&K's accession
We look into the history of the now-defunct Article 370 and 35 A and what lead to its inception in the first place to shed light on modern faultlines.
The test that lies ahead of the Abdullahs and Mehbooba is the restoration of normalcy by taking tough steps in the face of the possibility of a lone political battle, a defeated and fragmented regional front and a wary electorate
Amnesty International halts India operations, claims 'witch hunt over unfounded, motivated allegations'
Amnesty said the government action to freeze its accounts comes amid the organisation’s reports critical of the riots in Delhi and the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir
Imran Khan draws flak for calling Osama Bin Laden 'martyr', claims Pakistan was 'humiliated' for supporting US war on terror
Speaking in parliament during the budget session, Khan said the American forces entered Pakistan and killed bin Laden without informing Islamabad after which everyone started abusing his country.
India's image has taken big hit in past year; only recourse is for BJP to up engagement with world in transparent manner
Ever since it became a sovereign republic, India has meticulously built its global network of "friends" through continuous democratic practice and evolution, not least under former prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru who sought to build a secular and liberal country
In Bareilly jail, I was the guardian of all Kashmiris, says journalist Qazi Shibli after 9 months of detention under PSA
On 25 April, Qazi Shibli, a south Kashmir-based journalist and editor, returned home after nine month in a prison in Uttar Pradesh's Bareilly
“Holding a football match in Kashmir is not like holding it elsewhere in the country. The challenges here are all very different,” says Real Kashmir FC's co-owner Sandeep Chattoo | Read Shubham Pandey's story, offering a ringside view of the club's trials and achievements, amid a crucial home game.
Supreme Court said it would hear on 5 March a plea filed by Sara Abdullah Pilot challenging the detention of her brother and National Conference leader Omar Abdullah under the Public Safety Act
SC on Article 370 abrogation: Apex court says 'five-judge bench competent to hear case', turns down pleas to move matter to larger bench
A number of petitions have been filed in the apex court against the abrogation of Article 370 including those of private individuals, lawyers, activists and political parties and they have also challenged the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Act, 2019.
India, Jammu and Kashmir constitutions worked 'hand in hand' for 70 years, petitioners challenging abrogation of Article 370, tell SC
On day five of the hearing in the Supreme Court of petitions challenging the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, the petitioners sought to emphasise the powers vested with the Assembly of the erstwhile state as was defined in the Instrument of Accession when the region joined India in 1947. They also argued that the Indian Constitution and Jammu and Kashmir's constitution had been working in tandem through Article 370.
Five of 36 Union ministers, including Ravi Shankar Prasad and Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, to visit Kashmir as part of Centre's Valley outreach
None of the ministers will be visiting any of the four militancy-infested south Kashmir districts of Pulwama, Shopian, Anantnag and Kulgam.
Jammu and Kashmir visit by foreign envoys not a guided tour, Congress' criticism is unfounded, says External Affairs Ministry
Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said a similar visit to Kashmir can be organised in future including by EU envoys.
Envoys from 16 nations, including US, on two-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir starting today; will meet L-G GC Murmu, civil society members
This will be the second visit of a foreign delegation to Jammu and Kashmir since the Centre's move to revoke the state's special status and bifurcated it into two Union territories, Ladakh and Jammu and Kashmir.
SMS services restored in Kashmir Valley after 150-day-long suspension; broadband links up in schools, state-run hospitals
SMS services will be restored in the Kashmir Valley from the midnight on Tuesday (31 December), Jammu and Kashmir Principal Secretary Rohit Kansal said.
Daily Bulletin: Citizenship (Amendment) Bill to face Rajya Sabha test; SC to hear pleas challenging Article 370 abrogation; day's top stories
Daily Bulletin: Citizenship (Amendment) Bill to face Rajya Sabha test; SC to hear pleas challenging Article 370 abrogation; 11-hour bandh in North East states over contentious citizenship bill;day's top stories