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Kashmir politicians day-dreaming, restoration of Articles 370 next to impossible: BJP
The J&K BJP chief made the remarks after various political parties in Kashmir on Saturday unanimously resolved to fight for the restoration of the special status of the erstwhile state as it existed before August 5, 2019, and said the measures taken were "spitefully shortsighted" and "grossly unconstitutional".
Curfew imposed across Kashmir ahead of first anniversary of revocation of Article 370
Police and CRPF personnel were deployed in strength acr...
New financial package soon for J&K business community to revive economy: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha
The business revival committee which...
Article 370 Abrogation: At one year anniversary voices from UTs of J&K and Ladakh
The erstwhile state of Jammu & Kashmir, now reorganised as Union Territories of J&K and Ladakh, has experienced severe administrative restri...
Currently 223 persons under detention in Jammu and Kashmir: Union Home Ministry
The Union home ministry on Tuesday said that 223 persons are currently under detention in Jammu and Kashmir and ruled out the house detention of any political leader in the Valley.
Report ready, Jammu and Kashmir to get record package soon: Manoj Sinha
Manoj Sinha, who was appointed the LG of J&K in August, said the government is committed to development of the newly formed Union Territory and that the big announcement is on the cards within a week.
Massive package for J&K in offing: Jammu and Kashmir lieutenant governor Manoj Sinha
Sinha, who was appointed the LG of J&K in August this year, said the government is committed to development of the newly formed Union Territory and that the big announcement is on the cards within a week. "Business is suffering here not just for past 15 months but for past 15 to 20 years. A committee (constituted to design a package for J&K and assess business losses) has submitted its report,” said Sinha.
Article 370 nullification India's internal matter, other countries should not interfere: Naidu
Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu also said that India was a parliamentary democracy and the decision to abrogate Article 370 provisions, which accorded special status to Jammu and Kashmir, was taken after detailed discussion in Parliament and with the support of majority of the members.
View: Early for govt to pat its back for absence of upsurge in the wake of revocation Article 370
The changes that took place on August 5, 2019 have been far more humiliating for Kashmiris than what has happened in the past.
Few bandhs, stone-pelting incidents since abrogation of Article 370 last year: Officials
A comparative analysis of the data gathered since the constitutional changes were made last year shows that separatists, who used to give call for strikes in Kashmir, are in disarray after the government continued to crack its whip by seizing their bank accounts and attaching assets allegedly amassed through terror funds, they said.
One year of revocation of Article 370 in J&K: 300 of 444 Netas released; 164 state laws repealed
Close on the heels of the release of political prisoners, the Centre amended provisions of J&K State Legislature Members' Pension Act, 1984, enhanced pension for MLAs to Rs 75,000 though entitlement of rent-free accommodation, expenditure for home furnishing, free telephone calls, free electricity, driver and personal assistant for ex-CMs were withdrawn.
BJP's Ram Madhav to visit Srinagar after opposition issues support for Gupkar Declaration
The visit comes at a time when working committee of J&K BJP in a unanimous resolution reiterated party’s commitment to restoration of statehood. BJP has termed the Gupkar Declaration "anti-national, pro-secessionist, misleading and deceptive".
Article 370: Top J&K political leadership except Mufti released after 7 months
While the PDP chief and former J&K chief minister Mehbooba Mufti continues to remain under house arrest, NC leader and former chief ministers --- Farooq Abdullah, his son Omar Abdullah were released in March this year.
Since abrogation of Article 370, Kashmiri youths joining terrorist ranks dropped by more than 40%
The number of youths who joined militancy fell to 67 between January 1 and July 15 this year, compared to 105 a year ago, while terrorist-related incidents declined to 120 from 188 during this period, as per the data.
Way forward in J&K is up to centre: CPM leader Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami
“Way forward in J&K is up to New Delhi. GoI (Government of India) has blocked all political highways to J&K. They have blocked every inch of it. It is their responsibility to open it for the good of the people if at all they are interested in people,” Tarigami told.