Articles 370, 35A were the gateway of terrorism into India: Shah
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday said Article 370 and Article 35A were the gateway of terrorism into Jammu and Kashmir which was closed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi by abrogating them.
Kashmir trade body puts the loss from shutdown at Rs 10,000 crore
The deadlock in Kashmir, after the Centre announced the abrogation of Artic...
PM Narendra Modi dares opposition to declare restoration of Article 370 in manifesto
Addressing his first rally for the ongoing state polls i...
Half a dozen women activist including sister and daughter of Farooq Abdullah detained during protest
Wearing black arm bands and holding placards, the women protestors were not allowed by the police personnel to assemble and were asked to disperse peacefully.
Special provision for North East to continue
Speaking in Guwahati at the 8th Rutum Kamgo Memorial Lecture on the topic ‘Abrogation of Article 370 and 35A: A step towards national integration’, he said that history has proved that the journey of the separate status provided under the said Article has been towards separatism and not integration.
Article 370 was a mistake, says Harish Salve
Salve described Pakistan's reaction to the move as a sign of "complete bankruptcy" because Kashmir is an integral part of India where they were "squatting".
Kashmir on way to development after Article 370 revocation: Amit Shah
Amit Shah said the removal of Article 370 and 35 (A) had helped Kashmir forever unite with India, and the move was a way to fulfill dream of late Sardar Patel, the first Home Minister of India.
President's rule revoked in J&K, 2 Union Territories created
The creation of the UTs of J&K and Ladakh coincides with the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, credited with the merger of over 560 states with the Indian Union. The total number of states in the country will now be reduced to 28.
Over three-fourths of J&K population supported Art 370 abrogation: Rajnath Singh
Addressing a "Jan Jagran Sabha" organized by the BJP, where leaders spoke on the Narendra Modi government's move to strip J&K of the special status, Singh said the party has lived up to its promises.
Drop in Aadhaar enrolments in Jammu and Kashmir
J&K has among the lowest Aadhaar coverage among states and union territories, with around 75% of the people enrolling so far.
PM showed Pakistan its place by abrogating Article 370, 35A: Amit Shah
Amit Shah also said Congress leader Rahul Gandhi should clarify whether he is in favour of the Centre's decision on Article 370.
Clampdown of communication will be lifted in 15 days, HM assures J-K delegation
A delegation of Jammu and Kashmir Panchayat Association called on Union Home Minister Amit Shah to discuss the aftermath of abrogation of Ar...
Situation in Kashmir peaceful: Officials
Barricades have been removed from most areas of the valley, but deployment of security forces continued on the ground.
Article 370, 35-A to be abrogated: Amit Shah announces in Rajya Sabha
This comes at a time when the prevailing situation in Jammu and Kashmir continues to remain tense.
Article 370 rendered toothless, Article 35A ceases to exist
The 1954 presidential proclamation, which wasn't passed by Parliament, gave Article 370 expression on ground.
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