Topic: Article 370
The PDP-led state government had alienated Jammu, Ladakh, left BJP with no option but to quit, says Kamal Sandesh.
Coming months will also see the last leg of CJI Dipak Misra’s career, replete with controversies, as he retires on 2 October.
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In a 1952 Lok Sabha speech Mookerjee pointed to the arrogance of Sheikh Abdullah, the government’s meek acquiescence to the same and the dangers inherent in such action – or inaction.
Facebook post accusing Abdullah of making the threat shared over 27,000 times.
Article 370: Can Modi revoke it before 2019 and will it heal or hit Kashmir’s ties with rest of India?
Barely 48 hours after the BJP pulled out of the alliance with the PDP in Kashmir, talks on revoking Article 370 have gained steam. BJP MP, Sabha Subramanian Swamy in a tweet claimed to have written to the PMO on “why Article 370 can be deleted without Parliament concurrence."
The Supreme Court is revisiting its position on the special status granted by the Constitution to J&K. Many parties have voiced their opposition to this move.
With Centre hedging its position on special status, all eyes are on likely SC hearing Tuesday on challenge to Article 370. Apurva Vishwanath
The BJP’s pointsman for Kashmir made it clear that the Modi government is different and will not talk for the sake of talks ThePrint Team