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Pakistan Army claims to shoot down Indian 'spying quadcopter' along LoC
The Pakistan Army claimed that it shot down an Indian "spying quadcopter" for allegedly violating the airspace along the Line of Control. India has dismissed previous such claims by the Pakistan Army.
Will the removal of Article 370 bring peace?
Nobody else has a greater vested interest in peace and development than an average Kashmiri. But...
Opposition sees a deal in release of Farooq, Omar Abdullah
The release of NC leaders Farooq and Omar Abdullah in quick succession has led to ...
It's a very different world, first task to fight coronavirus: Omar Abdullah
Abdullah, sporting a long, unkempt grey beard, drove himself to his parents' home after walking out of the makeshift detention centre Hari Nivas, a state guesthouse. His mother Molly and sister Safia were with him.
Former J&K CM Omar Abdullah released from detention after nearly eight months
Omar's father and National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah was released from detention some time back. He was also put under detention during the same time last year.
God wanted PM Narendra Modi to do 'holy job' of abrogating Article 370: MoS Jitendra Singh
While speaking on abrogation of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), Jitendra Singh, ...
Tourism not hit due to CAA or Article 370: Union Minister Prahlad Singh Patel
"We will take complete responsibility if some untoward incident happens and not go about giving excuses. Even as the minister should not be taking blame for anything happening in the entire country, I will not shun from taking responsibility. However, I disagree that India is highly unsafe for women tourists," said minister of state for culture & tourism.
Briefed international community on JK, CAA; countries have shown understanding: Govt
In a written reply to a question, Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan said as a result of government's efforts, countries have shown a better understanding that matters related to Jammu & Kashmir are internal to India and that Pakistan-sponsored cross-border terrorism has been posing a grave threat and affecting the lives of Indians.
Azad, Soni to attend first J-K Congress executive meet since Article 370 nullification
During their two-day visit, Azad and Soni will attend a meeting of the Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) executive on January 17 to discuss current political developments and the future road map for the party, the Congress said in a statement here.
Debate on grants for J&K turns political
The withdrawal of special status to Jammu and Kashmir has brought “transparent democracy and development without corruption,” finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman contended in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday.
SC asks Centre, J-K admn to inform by next week if it is releasing Omar Abdullah
The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the Centre and Jammu and Kashmir administration to inform by next week if it is releasing former chief minister Omar Abdullah, who has been detained since the abrogation of Article 370 in August last year.
FM proposes Rs. 1 lakh cr budget for J&K
The government Tuesday proposed an over Rs. 1.01 lakh crore Budget for the Union territory of Jammu and Kashmir for the 2020-21 fiscal, making it the highest ever budget envisaged for the region.
MHA releases 2019 report card, cites Article 370 abrogation, CAA as achievements
Ministry of Home Affairs has released a report card of 2019 highlighting the major decisions and initiatives of the department. MHA mentione...
PM dedicates decision to scrap Article 370 to Sardar Patel
Centuries ago India was united by Chanakya, and after that Sardar Patel achieved the same feat by merging princely states with the Union of India, the PM said at a function at the Statue of Unity.
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.