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India: J&K remains out of bounds for politicians

(THIS ARTICLE IS COURTESY OF THE HINDUSTAN TIMES OF INDIA)

J&K remains out of bounds for politicians, oppn delegation sent back from Srinagar

The Jammu and kashmir administration’s decision to send back the opposition delegation was largely expected given that the government has not allowed any political leader to enter the newly created union territory. 712 more words

Politics

Bifurcation Done. Time to Walk the Talk on Jammu, Kashmir, Ladakh

The abrogation of articles 370 and 35A in Jammu and Kashmir, the northern most state of India, has made all of us either thump our chests in triumph or feel a sense of betrayal. 907 more words

Kashmir

Aaj News Lady reporter bruised at Srinagar airport

The reporter was pushed, pulled by police . She was just doing her job covering Mr Rahul Gandhi’s visit to Kashmir. This abominable behaviour of police is unacceptable. 98 more words

Current Topic

Role of Kingmakers in the Historic Kashmir Bill

For those of you not familiar with the concept of a kingmaker, let me explain in simple language. A kingmaker is a person who makes the king in every meaning of the word ‘make’. 1,330 more words

Blogging

The ‘Kashmir Needs Development’ Argument Reflects a Middle Class, Neoliberal Fetish

Of the many mainstream, non-Kashmiri narratives beating the drums on the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, ‘development’ is the loudest. Apparently, the state’s constitutionally-guaranteed special status came in the way of its development, and its removal is a step towards changing that fate. 1,078 more words

Indian Politics

Pakistan to take India to ICJ(International Court of Justice)-An astonishing lack of discernment

After revocation of article 370 Pakistan has decided to take India to ICJ.

Defence Minister of India Mr Rajnath Singh said that talks with Pakistan will be on Pakistan occupied Kashmir ( POK ) only. 169 more words

Recent News

The India I Knew

On 15 August 1947, our forefathers created the India that we now celebrate. So, technically, for the past 72 years we’ve been free.
Wait, were we really? 378 more words

Freedom