Top diplomats to visit J-K for analyzing current situation
India has invited ambassadors of various countries to visit Jammu and Kashmir this...
Government invites envoys in Delhi to visit J&K
India has invited ambassadors of various countries to visit Jammu and Kashmir this week to se...
Release of four more J&K leaders fuels talks of new political front formation
The Jammu and Kashmir administration released another batch of ...
No one called ex-JK CMs 'anti-national', decision on their release by UT admin: Amit Shah
Many political leaders in Jammu and Kashmir, including the three former chief ministers, were detained on August 5, the day the Centre announced abrogation of Article 370 provisions and bifurcation of the state into the union territories of Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh.
5 more J&K netas freed as governor hints at early elections
Ishfaq Jabbar, former legislator, and Ghulam Nabi Bhat of National Conference, Zahoor Ahmad Mir, former legislator, and Bashir Ahmad Mir of People’s Democratic Party and Yasir Reshi, a former PDP legislator who rebelled against the party and was close to J&K People’s Conference, were released on Monday.
Mehbooba Mufti shifted to new location
“I was concerned about the health of my mother, but nobody was listening. The hut she was kept in had cracked windows and there was no adequate heating arrangement,” Iltija Mufti, daughter of Mehbooba Mufti, told ET. PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti along with former CMs Farooq Abdullah and Omar Abdullah, has been in detention since August 5.
Detained Kashmiri leaders allowed to visit home, some may be released soon
The Kashmiri political leaders including Farooq Abdulalh, Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti who have been under detention since August 5 might be released sooner and may be allowed to move out of the valley on health grounds, the government officials said. Some of them were allowed to visit their houses for few hours on Saturday on request.
J&K communication blockade eased, 280 e-terminals set up
"As many as 2,30,418 persons used the internet facilities across 10 districts of Kashmir valley," said the report provided by the Union territory to the home ministry.
Mehbooba Mufti is a frustrated, rejected politician questioning Indian democracy: RSS
Alok Kumar said the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir was a step towards its full integration into India and democracy to bloom.
Detained under PSA, Abdullah nominated on key defence panel
The name of the 81-year-old former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah and National Conference leader, in detention at his Srinagar home for over 100 days, tops the list of members of the 21-member consultative committee on defence headed by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh.
Opposition leaders in Lok Sabha demand Farooq Abdullah be allowed to attend House
Opposition leaders also raised the issue of MPs not being allowed to visit Jammu and Kashmir after abrogation of its special status, whereas parliamentarians from Europe have been taken to the state, with Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury describing the EU delegation as "bhade ke tattu" (hirelings).
PDP delegation from Jammu to meet Mehbooba Mufti in Srinagar
A PDP delegation from Jammu will meet party president Mehbooba Mufti, who is currently under detention in Srinagar, on Monday, a senior part...
PDP leaders seek fresh permission to meet detained party prez Mehbooba Mufti
The Peoples Democratic Party leadership in Jammu on Monday sought a fresh permission from the governor administration to meet detained party president Mehbooba Mufti in Srinagar, a party leader said.
Trial runs done, train services in Kashmir likely to resume Sunday: Officials
"The train service on Srinagar-Banihal route will resume on Sunday and it is being restored for the public fully for the first time after it was suspended due to security reasons," a railway official said. Train services in the valley were suspended on August 3, ahead of the Centre's decision to abrogate Article 370.
Home Secretary gives no time frame for releasing leaders
Home secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla has addressed a parliamentary panel about the issue of detentions of politicians in Kashmir since abrogation of Article 370. He said that the house arrest will continue until law and order improves in the Valley. Home ministry remained silent when MPs asked about the possibility of an all-party delegation visiting the UT.
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