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
Situation tense along LoC in Jammu and Kashmir following infiltration attempts, particularly in Gulmarg, Kupwara districts
The situation along the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir remains tense and security has been stepped up after frequent exchange of gunfire between Pakistani and Indian troops
Shashi Tharoor criticises 'constitutional sleight of hand' in Jammu and Kashmir, month after abrogation of Article 370
One month after the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, Congress shared a video of the party’s senior leader Shashi Tharoor criticising the BJP’s 'unconstitutional actions' in the state
J&K after Article 370: Inside locked down Kashmir, AP reporter finds fear and chaos as cloud of anger hovers over Valley
"Most of the roads I crossed were strewn with debris — a sign of the population's anger. The streets were almost deserted and the mood among the people sombre. Under the simmering crisis, ordinary Kashmiris were caught in tumult and waiting to see what happens," writes Associated Press reporter on his return to his home in Kashmir
Pakistan not considering military actions, looking at political and legal options on Kashmir, says Shah Mahmood Qureshi
Pakistan's foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said he will soon travel to China to inform Beijing about the situation after India downgraded the special status of Kashmir
Narendra Modi likely to address nation over scrapping of Article 370, bifurcating Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh into 2 UTs
The proposed address of Narendra Modi comes days before the prime minister's customary address to the nation on Independence Day from the ramparts of Red Fort.
Article 370 revoked: Janardan Dwivedi represents Congress of today — a party of turncoats without ideological commitment
Wary of the dangers of continuing in a party headed for annihilation, Congress leaders like Bhubaneshwar Kalita and Janardan Dwivedi are making ideological somersaults on Article 370 with the hope of wrangling a timely deal from the BJP
What is Article 35A: SC to hear petitions challenging validity; what does statute say and why are there calls to abolish it
The Supreme Court will begin to hear challenges to Article 35A of the Constitution on Tuesday. The apex court's decision to list the matter on Monday has heightened the already taut atmosphere across Jammu and Kashmir.
SC to hear petitions challenging validity of Article 35A starting today: Mood of dread in Jammu and Kashmir, say reports
The Supreme Court has listed for hearing from 26 to 28 February petitions challenging the constitutional validity of Article 35A which grants special status to Jammu and Kashmir residents.
With the Jaish-e-Mohammad attack which resulted in the death of 42 personnel of the Central Reserve Police Forces (CRPF) in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama, the call for doing away with Article 370 has been rekindled.
Jammu and Kashmir Instrument of Accession explained: Article 370 linked to agreement signed between Hari Singh and India
Under the instrument of accession, Jammu and Kashmir surrendered only three subjects — defense, external affairs and communications — to the Union of India and earned an assurance from India that the people of Jammu and Kashmir through their own constituent Assembly would draft their own constitution
'Hold BJP responsible if terror spreads to Jammu': Disgruntled party MLA warns against tinkering with Article 35A
Voicing his dissent over the BJP's stand on Article 35A, a party legislator in Jammu and Kashmir warned his party that scrapping the constitutional provision with an eye on the 2019 Lok Sabha election could lead to serious consequences
Article 35A row: Petitions challenging special status of J&K push separatists into defending the Constitution they defy
The Hurriyat leaders in Kashmir have been refusing dialogue offers from the government saying that they would not hold talks under the Constitution of India, but the petitions challenging Article 35A has pushed them into defending a law that is part of the same Constitution
Article 35A debate: Deferred Supreme Court hearing gives Kashmir a breather, but state, Centre must find a political solution
Locals who have witnessed the 2016 unrest fear Jammu and Kashmir may slide into a disastrous agitation if the Supreme Court repeals Article 35A of the Constitution
Amid a fresh clamour for the abrogation of Article 35-A of the Constitution, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Wednesday said the special status enjoyed by the state needed to be protected and preserved.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday sought response from the Centre on a plea against a Delhi High Court order by which it had rejected a petition challenging validity of Article 370 of the Constitution giving special status to Jammu and Kashmir.
Jammu and Kashmir traders' groups held a protest outside Jammu and Kashmir Assembly after the House moved resolution on 101st amendment to facilitate GST roll out in the state.
The PDP-BJP coalition government in the state is caught in a piquant situation on the implementation of goods and services tax (GST) after Opposition parties accused it of trying to end the special status of the state.