The changes were a 'betrayal' of the trust reposed by the people of Jammu and Kashmir, Abdullah, former chief minister of the erstwhile state, said
Today’s Turkey is a far cry from the mighty Ottoman Empire, and its wannabe caliph is a deluded man adding to himself an imaginary flowing beard and nothing more.
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.
US religious freedom report voices concern over discrimination against religious minorities in India; takes note of CAA, NRC, Article 370 abrogation
Voicing concern over the alleged attacks and discrimination against religious and ethnic minorities in India, an official American report said on Wednesday that the US officials have emphasised the need to ensure full protection to minorities as guaranteed under the Constitution.
In bullying lesser powers, China is also shaping their strategic choices and forcing the nations into changing their external posture for a greater balancing manoeuvre.
Amit Shah at Bihar Jan Samvaad rally: NDA will win two-thirds majority in Bihar polls under Nitish Kumar's leadership, says home minister
Shah attacked the opposition RJD saying the growth rate of the state was just 3.9 pe cent when the party was in power, but it rose to 11.3 per cent under the NDA.
The Jammu and Kashmir administration on Wednesday revoked the controversial Public Safety Act (PSA) against former IAS officer-turned-politician Shah Faesal and two PDP members
In many ways the Modi Sarkar 2.0 shouldn’t have had the blood, sweat and tears of the most vulnerable people it is meant to serve.
'Cruel and retrograde,' says Omar Abdullah after J&K administration extends detention of Mehbooba Mufti, two others under PSA by three months
Omar Abdullah slammed the Centre on Tuesday after the Jammu and Kashmir administration extended the detention of former chief minister and PDP leader Mehbooba Mufti by another three months
Pakistan slams India's move to alter J&K's domicile law, accuses New Delhi of 'taking advantage' of global focus on coronavirus
Pakistan has been unsuccessfully trying to drum up international support against India for withdrawing Jammu and Kashmir's special status on August 5 and bifurcating it into two Union territories.
J&K locals voice anger about Centre's move to scrap contractual appointment law, open up of jobs for outsiders
The Centre's move to scrap a local law under which people were appointed on a contractual and ad hoc basis, as well as the opening of senior-level government jobs to 'outsiders', has triggered a backlash in Kashmir with both politicians and civil society activists slamming the authorities over the decision
Coronavirus Outbreak: As Kashmir reels under another lockdown, experts, traders fear losses to tourism, agriculture
For Jammu and Kashmir, the ongoing shutdown can end hopes of an economic resurrection.
Omar Abdullah, after release from detention, urges Centre to free political detainees, restore high-speed internet in wake of coronavirus outbreak
Omar Abdullah's release order was issued after charges under the Public Safety Act (PSA), slapped on him in February, were revoked
Decide on Omar Abdullah's detention within a week, Supreme Court tells Centre and Jammu and Kashmir administration
Justices Arun Mishra and MR Shah told counsel appearing for the Centre that Abdullah's sister Sara Abdullah Pilot's plea against his detention will be heard on merit if he is not released soon
Anger in Kashmir after authorities extend curbs on 4G internet; online classes, work from home take biggest hit amid Covid-19 pandemic
The authorities have continued with the restrictions on the internet services in the Union Territory even when they have been stressing on social distancing asking people to stay indoors and avoid public gatherings.
The Ranjan Gogoi debate: India is not new to post-retirement appointments for judges; what is a cool-off period, why does judiciary need it?
The simple solution to resolve the impending crisis is to enact a law for fixing ‘a period of cooling off’ before a retired judge could take up any responsibility in the government or any other constitutional posts.
Ghulam Nabi Azad meets Farooq Abdullah after NC chief's release from detention, seeks statehood, release of other detained leaders
Azad said he met Abdullah on behalf of his party as well as all those MPs and parties who have been raising their voice inside Parliament and outside for the release of Jammu and Kashmir leaders.
Delhi Police's probe against Kashmiri couple for 'Islamic State' links reveal terror groups' machinations, raises questions on 'organic' anti-CAA protests
The planning, execution, sustenance, longevity and multiplicity of the protests against the CAA were always incompatible with the projected image of an organic movement.
Seven months since Article 370 was scrapped in Jammu and Kashmir, employment opportunities remain scarce
Almost seven months since Jammu and Kashmir ceased to be a state, the Union Territory has experienced a variety of administrative problems
Altaf Bukhari floats Jammu and Kashmir Apni Party; outfit aims to restore statehood, ensure safe return of Kashmiri Pandits
With the core agenda of restoring Jammu and Kashmir’s statehood, former state finance minister Altaf Bukhari on Sunday announced the formation of a new political outfit Jammu Kashmir Apni Party