Farooq Abdullah, in first visit to Delhi since abrogation of J&K's special status, arrives for Monsoon Session of Parliament
The NC president is likely to be in focus since he was under detention during the last two sessions held after the abrogation of the then-state's special status
Year after Gupkar Declaration, political parties in J&K reiterate commitment to restoring Article 370
The declaration, passed at an all-party meeting on 4 August last year at Farooq Abdullah's Gupkar residence, said the parties were united in their resolve to protect the special status of Jammu and Kashmir
Goa governor Satya Pal Malik transferred to Meghalaya; Bhagat Singh Koshyari to take charge of coastal state
Malik will be replacing Tathagata Roy who completed his five-year tenure on the gubernatorial post. Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari has been given the additional charge of Goa
This episode of Voices from the Lockdown will attempt to highlight dying tourist revenue and the crumbling economy in the valley, through interviews with various stakeholders from Kashmir.
In his Independence Day address to the nation, the prime minister, who spoke on development in various parts of the country, noted that it has been a year since Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh got independence from Article 370
Podcast; Voices from the Lockdown: One year since abrogation of Article 370, education sector worst affected
“The most badly affected sector because of the abrogation of Article 370 is the education sector.”
Overcrowded prisons in Kashmir turn into COVID-19 epicentres: 35 fresh cases reported in Srinagar jail
The new 35 COVID-19 positive cases at one of the biggest prisons in Kashmir has come weeks after more than 90 inmates were found positive at the Anantnag jail. Capable of holding not more than 3,234 inmates, prisons in Jammu and Kashmir currently have 3,700 inmates.
Behind Pakistan’s cartographic hallucination on Kashmir lies Imran’s domestic woes, China’s invisible hand
China has never been a disinterested party in Kashmir, and its interventions are getting more frequent in tune with Beijing’s hold over its client state Pakistan.
The MEA's statement came after a US lawmaker wrote to EAM S Jaishankar expressing concern over the situation in Jammu and Kashmir one year after Article 370 was abrogated
The philosophical malaise in Ek Desh, Ek Vidhan and Ek Pradhan offers just cause for asymmetrical federalism in India
The entire Kashmir policy of the Government of India, right from 1947, is that of misplaced intrigue. Trying to hammer something which is brittle into malleability.
The police said that about 144 minor boys were also detained last year for indulging in violence, but currently only 17 remain in remand homes set up under the Juvenile Justice Act
The Ministry of External Affairs in a statement asked China to draw proper conclusions from such 'infructuous attempts'
Murmu had on 29 October last year taken over as the first L-G of the Union Territory after the state of Jammu and Kashmir was sliced into two UTs
The Ram Temple, the National Education Policy and the CAA are all individual parts of a well-planned and visionary exercise to restore a wounded civilisation
The statement comes even as the Union government's moves to abrogate Article 370 and split the state into two Union Territories complete one year.
Year since abrogation of Article 370, Mehbooba Mufti, other politicians still under detention as Centre claims normalcy
Home Ministry states that Valley's top politicians were released within seven months of scrapping of Article 370, but many leaders like Soz claim they were kept under illegal detention
Srinagar police said that "separatist and Pakistan-sponsored groups" are planning to observe 5 August as 'Black Day' and that violence or protests are not ruled out
Lone was released days ahead of the first anniversary of the Centre's move to revoke Article 370 of the Constitution last August, officials said.
Saifuddin Soz to sue J&K administration over 'unlawful house arrest'; Rahul Gandhi seeks his release
Soz has alleged that he has been detained in his house since 5 August, 2019, when the Centre abrogated Article 370. However, the UT administration denied the charge in the SC on Wednesday
Saifuddin Soz was never under detention, J&K administration tells SC; 'freed at last,' tweets Chidambaram
The Jammu and Kashmir administration Wednesday told the Supreme Court court that "the senior Congress leader Saifuddin Soz is neither detained nor put under house arrest after abrogation of Article 370"