China defends raising Kashmir issue at UNSC, calls it goodwill gesture to de-escalate India-Pakistan tensions
Stoutly defending its decision to raise the Kashmir issue at the UNSC as an attempt to de-escalate India-Pakistan tensions and out of 'goodwill', China on Friday claimed that "most of the members" of the Council have voiced their concern over the situation in the Valley
J&K after Article 370: PDP expels MP for attending LG's swearing-in, Congress issues show cause notice to 3 leaders for meeting EU delegates
Political parties in Kashmir are divided over the “pro-government” stance of several of its leaders in the aftermath of the Central government’s decision to split the erstwhile state into the union territories of Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh.
As J&K becomes UT, locals complain of lack of clarity from authorities over protecting quota in govt jobs
The authorities have said that in the wake of revocation of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir following the abrogation of article 370 and 35A on 5 August, permanent resident certificates (PRCs) will no longer be issued to locals.
Formation of J&K and Ladakh UTs 'unlawful and void', says China; India slams Beijing, says bifurcation of state internal affair, stay out of it
India on Thursday hit back at China over its objection to the bifurcation of J&K into two Union Territories, saying the reorganisation is entirely its internal affair and it does not expect other countries to comment on such matters
Girish Chandra Murmu sworn-in as first L-G of Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir after bifurcation of state
IAS officer Girish Chandra Murmu took oath as the first Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday following the bifurcation of the state into two union territories
Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh become UTs; L-Gs RK Mathur, GC Murmu administered oath of office in Leh, Srinagar
Jammu and Kashmir, which has been part of the Union of India since 1947, ceased to be a state at midnight (Wednesday-Thursday), nearly three months after it was bifurcated into two Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh
Ex-defence secretary RK Mathur sworn in as Ladakh's first L-G; Umang Narula appointed as his advisor
Former defence secretary RK Mathur was on Thursday sworn-in as the first Lieutenant Governor of strategically located Union Territory of Ladakh, which came into existence after the bifurcation of Jammu and Kashmir.
Daily Bulletin: Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh formally become UTs on Unity Day; Twitter to ban all political advertising from 22 Nov; day's top stories
Daily Bulletin: Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh Lieutenant Governors to take oath today; Modi to lead tributes to Sardar Patel on Unity Day; P Chidambaram's interim bail plea to be heard in Delhi High Court; day's top stories
Satya Pal Malik likely to become first Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, say reports
Satya Pal Malik is likely to become the first Lieutenant Governor (L-G) for both Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.
Kashmir issue LATEST updates: Pakistan minister slams Modi govt over Farooq Abdullah's detention, says even Delhi's most loyal is treated as enemy
Kashmir issue LIVE Updates: Pakistan minister Fawad Chaudhry condemned the house arrest of Farooq Abdullah and said that it shows how 'alienated' the Modi government is and that 'even most loyal of Delhi are now being treated as enemy'.
SC asks Centre, Jammu and Kashmir govt to restore normalcy in Valley but keeping national interest in mind
The SC asked the Centre and J&K administration to make all endeavours to restore normalcy in Kashmir Valley as soon as possible but made it clear that the restoration would be on a 'selective basis' keeping in mind national interest.
Pakistan has no locus standi on Kashmir, says Rajnath Singh during DRDO's Kisan-Jawan Vigyan Mela in Ladakh
'Pakistan has no locus standi on Kashmir and no country is backing it on the 'current issue', Rajnath Singh said amid Islamabad's efforts to internationalise the Centre's move to abrogate provisions of Article 370.
Kashmir news updates: Satya Pal Malik says month-long house arrest of Omar Abdullah, Mehbooba Mufti will help them win more votes
Kashmir news LIVE updates: Jammu and Kashmir governor Satya Pal Malik on Wednesday justified the action of "preventive detention" against former chief ministers of Jammu and Kashmir Mehbooba Mufti, and Farooq and Omar Abdullah, saying that the more politicians spend time in jail, the more political dividends they are likely to accrue.
Kashmir, being the tense, conflict-induced zone that it is today, witnessed a series of events that unfolded over the past three weeks. Here is a timeline of all those events, right from the abrogation of Articles 370 and 35A.
Secret life of Article 370: Nehru's use of ruthless force to integrate Kashmir behind veil of 'special status' offers lessons for today
The truth is more complex: for former prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru, Kashmir's special status, and Article 370 were, from the outset, a fiction — one which was authored against the background of war, great-power intrigue, and terrorism.
Kashmir news LATEST updates: 'Will your family approve if you reconstruct home without approval'; Sanjay Jha tweets about Article 370 abrogation
Kashmir news LIVE updates: Senior Congress leader and party national spokesperson Sanjay Jha took to Twitter on Monday and said that the BJP-led Centre should have discussed it with those parties who are directly affected by the abrogation of Article 370 in Kashmir. 'So you have a 3 BHK house. It is yours. Now you amend it, modify it into a 4 BHK house, by breaking one bedroom into two. The size remains the same. It is still yours. But would your family be happy if you did this reconstruction without asking for their approval?'
Daily Bulletin: Primary schools in Srinagar to re-open today amid tension in Valley; flood alert in Delhi as Yamuna swells; day's top stories
Daily Bulletin; Over 190 Primary Schools in Srinagar to re-open today, say officials; Flood alert for Delhi as Yamuna likely to cross danger mark on Monday; day's top stories
Kashmir after Article 370: At least 4,000 detained over fears of unrest, most flown out of region, govt sources tell AFP
Thousands of people have been detained in Kashmir over fears of unrest after the Centre scrapped Article 370, government sources told AFP
Centre's 'masterstroke' on Article 370 in Kashmir puts armed forces on trial; debate necessary on costs of conflict
Personnel of the armed forces are in Kashmir to suppress the sentiment which expresses itself often through violence, because there is no other means of expressing it.
Country without a post office: The unconscionable communication siege of Kashmir must look beyond public order and state security
As it exists, peacefulness in Kashmir is Schröndinger's cat until the restrictions are lifted —Kashmir currently is both reported as 'peaceful' enough to legitimatise the Union's decisions and not peaceful enough to justify the lifting of restrictions. The State is being permitted to rely on its own excesses to deny the court or civil society the ability to test their reasonableness.