View: To safeguard its global image India doesn’t need better messaging, but better policies
Modi government does not face criticism in global media because it’s not doing a good enough job of selling its story. It is facing criticism because it doesn’t have a good story to sell. Ironically, the Modi government’s excellence at domestic political communication may contribute toward its ineptitude abroad.
'Article 370 was gateway of terrorism in India': Amit Shah flags off 'Run for Unity'
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday flagged off a ...
PM dedicates decision to scrap Article 370 to Sardar Patel
Centuries ago India was united by Chanakya, and after that Sardar Patel achieved t...
PM Narendra Modi's tweet on BJP's victory in Lok Sabha elections most liked on Twitter this year
Also, #loksabhaelections2019, the hash tag in the Lok Sabha elections this year, was the most used in India, followed by #chandrayaan2, #cwc19, #pulwama and #article370.
Parliamentary panel to review J&K & Ladakh situation tomorrow
The parliamentary panel will seek to know the exact number of detentions, house arrests and habeas corpus cases filed in the Valley, which came under a communications blockade since August 5.
US Congressional Commission's hearing on Kashmir nearly fizzles out
"India is not just a 70-year-old nation that you see. India is a 5,000-year-old civilisation. There is no Kashmir without India. There is no India without Kashmir. It's both ways. And I will say this at the top of my voice," Kashmiri-American Vashist said in response to the separatists supported panel of experts at the hearing.
Rail service in Kashmir resume, mini buses on roads in valley
A railway official told PTI that a train chugged between Baramulla and Srinagar this morning. The train service in the valley was suspended due to security reasons on the morning of 5 August – hours before the Centre announced its decision to abrogate Article 370 of the Constitution and to bifurcate the erstwhile state into two Union territories.
It's time to strengthen India against insurgencies in Kashmir: Sunanda Vashisht
It is high time to strengthen India to fight against insurgencies in Kashmir, said columnist Sunanda Vashisht, adding that the move will fol...
Citizenship amendment bill unconstitutional, divisive: Oppn in Rajya Sabha
The Upper House witnessed strong opposition to the Citizenship (Amendment ), 2019 from the Congress, Shiv Sena, NCP, DMK, BSP, RJD, JDS, AAP, MDMK, TRS, IUML and SDP during the six-hour-long debate on the controversial legislation.
Article 370: Madi Sharma sent invites to EU delegation. Who is she?
The invitations to the European MEPs seem to have been sent out by Madi Sharma who promised them a ‘meeting with PM Modi as well as a visit to Kashmir’. Sharma runs an NGO called Women’s Eco-Nomic and Social Think-Tank (WESTT).
Many lose jobs, migrate due to internet shutdown in Kashmir
The Internet shutdown since August 5--when special status of the J&K was revoked and the state was downgraded into two Union Territories--put these youngsters in extreme financial and psychological distress as they would otherwise earn good money working remotely from home for different companies across the globe.
J&K: Lt Guv Murmu approves 1.30 lakh pension cases under ISSS, NSAP
The cases were approved under centrally-sponsored pension schemes -- Integrated Social Security Scheme (ISSS) and National Social Assistance Programme (NSAP), he said. The decision was taken in a high level meeting chaired by the LG to review the issue of pending pension cases in the Union Territory, an official spokesman said.
Plea in SC by Kashmiri Pandits supporting abrogation of Article 370
The petition also stated that Jammu and Kashmir has been consistently threatened by infiltration from Pakistan and China with frequent incidents of cross-border radicalism and terrorism.
Mayawati’s Muslim outreach to undo damage due to BSPs stand on Article 370 & Triple Talaq
The Samajwadi party, which took up cudgels against the government on both issues in the Parliament, has cornered BSP on the issue and projected itself on the ground as the true representative of the Muslim interests, a senior Samajawadi party leader told ET.
Hand over wanted Indians living in Pakistan if serious about better ties with India: Jaishankar
"The relationship is difficult since many years, mainly because Pakistan has developed an important terrorist industry and sends terrorists to India to carry out attacks. Pakistan itself does not deny this situation," he said, in response to a question about Pakistan FM's remark that relations with India are "close to zero".
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