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.
Pakistan Army reacts to Bipin Rawat's PoK comments, says Indian Army chief provoking war through 'irresponsible' statements
Indian Army chief General Bipin Rawat has been repeatedly “provoking war” through “irresponsible” statements and endangering regional peace, Pakistan Army has said after he described Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir as a "terrorist-controlled" part of Pakistan.
Army chief Bipin Rawat says PoK controlled by terrorists, claims Pakistani militants trying to disrupt normalcy in Jammu and Kashmir
Bipin Rawat on Friday described Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir as a "terrorist-controlled" part of the neighbouring country.
UNSC discusses Kashmir first time since 1971: A historical perspective on resolutions passed by Security Council on the issue
Following India’s decision to revoke Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, the United Nations Security Council is scheduled to hold a rare meeting on the issue on Friday
Jammu and Kashmir HC to decide validity of NIA Act in state: Parliament may have trespassed into residuary power of Assembly
The petitioner’s argument in the present proceedings is that Parliament lacks the legislative competence to make the NIA Act applicable in Jammu and Kashmir as such a law “falls within the exclusive legislative domain” of Jammu and Kashmir’s legislature.
PDP criticises Ajit Doval over remarks on separate Constitution for Jammu and Kashmir, says it's unwarranted
PDP took exception to National Security Advisor Ajit Doval's remark that separate Constitution for Jammu and Kashmir was an "aberration".
Abolishing Article 35A will dilute autonomy granted under Article 370 for Jammu and Kashmir, breach UN resolution
Abolishing Article 35A would unilaterally take away certain constitutional guarantees offered to Jammu and Kashmir residents at the time of Delhi Agreement of 1952.
The Sarfaesi Act which aids the recovery of debts has stirred a hot debate in the state of Jammu and Kashmir as it could result in the back-door acquisition of property by non-Kashmiris