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Government plans to enact new law to protect land rights of J&K natives
The fears of Jammu and Kashmir domicile people about the settlement of outsiders in the UT arose after the government abrogated Article 370 on August 5, 2019, which ended the exclusive rights of the locals over lands or immovable property and jobs.
J&K was a 'broken state', not a single soul cried when leaders were detained last year: Chief Secy
"Jammu and Kashmir was a "broken state" an...
Govt plans to bring new law to protect land rights of J&K locals: Official
A senior government official privy to the development said the new...
Bypolls to 12,600 panch, sarpanchs in J&K after improvement of Covid situation: Chief Secretary
According to an official estimate, 11,457 panch and 887 sarpanch seats are vacant in Kashmir, while 182 panch and 124 sarpanch seats are vacant in Jammu division.
Explore possibility of restoring 4G internet service in certain areas: SC to J&K
The Jammu and Kashmir administration sought time to take instructions on the restoration of high speed internet service, saying a new Lt Governor has been appointed in the Union Territory.
ET Analysis: Why Manoj Sinha has his task cut out
But the problem really is how to sequence the process of delimitation, elections and statehood. And that’s the challenge for Sinha, whose appointment comes at a delicate moment, where radical elements are better poised than political entities.
Article 370, CAA were never political issues for BJP: Union Minister Narendra Tomar
"As BJP workers, we have been stressing that whether it is Article 370, 35-A, building of Ram temple, CAA, these were never issues of politics or votes for us nor are they today," Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said at the 'Haryana Jan Samvad' rally.
View: All shackles broken, Jammu and Kashmir ready to soar
The series of systemic reforms that have been witnessed in two union territories in the last one year makes it amply clear that abrogation was not merely a political statement or an ideological commitment
Manoj Sinha to be new J&K Lt Governor day after GC Murmu resigns
Former union minister and senior BJP leader from Uttar Pradesh, Manoj Sinha, was on Thursday appointed as Lt Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, ...
Local leaders kept confined to homes, BJP men hoist tricolour across valley
few BJP members hoisted the tricolour in separate locations across the Valley and organised low-key functions to celebrate the decision to abrogate Article 370 of the Constitution while the administration restricted movement of political leaders and disallowed National Conference to convene a scheduled all-party meeting called by former chief minister Farooq Abdullah.
Bihar’s political parties welcome event; Nitish silent; Tejaswi says ‘vote on real issues’
RJD’s Tejashwi Yadav appealed to people on social media to vote on real issues. Congress welcomed the construction and its leaders maintained that Lord Ram is for everyone.
J&K Lt Governor G C Murmu resigns, likely to get fresh Central posting: Officials
His resignation came on the day the Union Territory marked the first anniversary of the abrogation of Article 370 of the Constitution, which scrapped Jammu and Kashmir's special status.
India advises China to refrain from comments on internal matters of other nations
“We have noted the comments of the Chinese MFA spokesperson on the Indian Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir. The Chinese side has no locus standi whatsoever on this matter and is advised not to comment on the internal affairs of other nations,” MEA spokesperson stated.
BJP celebrates first anniversary of revocation of J&K's special status in Kashmir
"We are celebrating the completion of one year of abrogation of Article 370 (provisions) and the positive changes that it brought in Jammu and Kashmir," BJP leader Altaf Thakur told reporters at the party office in Jawahar Nagar here.
View: Thousands are still waiting for the dawn of a new era in the Kashmir Valley
The blunder of taking Kashmiris for granted that Pakistan committed in 1965 was repeated by India in 1987 by rigging assembly elections. Kashmiris realised that their fate is decided by Delhi and not by their vote. India ignored the Pakistan factor at its own peril. Pakistan grabbed the once in a lifetime opportunity offered on a platter to take revenge for its humiliating dismemberment in 1971.