Abrogation of Article 370

Abrogation of Article 370: Day-to-day hearing by SC from August 2

A five-judge bench comprising asked the advocates appearing for contesting parties to add to their pleadings already before the court, if they so require, by July 27 and thereafter there will be total freeze and no further additions to the pleadings would be accepted.

PM Modi to hold all-party meet on J&K next week

Such a move is first since the abrogation of Article 370 from the region and bifurcation of the state into two Union Territories in August 2019. Regional parties in Jammu and Kashmir may also agree to participate in the Delimitation Commission proceedings.

Oppn peddling ‘lies’ to counter PM: Jai Ram

Addressing public rallies in Kathua region of Jammu Kashmir for District Development Council polls, he said people of the country were rock solid behind the strong and able leadership of PM Modi who was committed to make India a strong and vibrant Nation.

Desperation within Pakistan

With no funds being transferred through hawala, overground workers have failed to provoke violence or incite fresh recruits needed to keep terrorism alive. Violence in support of terrorists trapped in encounters has receded. Even areas which were pro-Pakistan are now witnessing a change.

Art 370 removal flouted spirit of federalism: PAC

The first meeting of the highest decision making body of the NC after 5 August last year when senior leaders of the opposition parties were put under detention was presided by the sitting MP and President of the NC, Dr. Farooq Abdullah. Former chief minister Omar Abdullah was also present in the meeting.

Success in J&K

J&K achieved 100 per cent household electrification which has rekindled the hopes of many who had never seen electricity in their lives. Household water connections have reached 43 per cent of rural households which is double the national average of 21 per cent, and a road map has been prepared to ensure 100 per cent coverage

‘Kashmir 2020~II

For a long-term settlement of the multi-dimensional Kashmir conflict what is required is restoration of normalcy and resumption of the political process through reduction in the trust-deficit, without which no significant economic development will be possible. Release of political leaders and dialogue with all stakeholders with the intention of ameliorating their genuine grievances are necessary steps towards that end