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A five-member Supreme Court of India’s Constitution bench [https://www.indiatoday.in/india/story/supreme-court-to-hear-pleas-challenging-abrogation-of-article-370-from-today-1604974-2019-10-01] of Justices N V Ramana, S K Kaul, R Subhash Reddy, B R Gavai and Surya Kant heard pleas related to Abrogation of Article 370. There were, in all, 11 pleas against abrogation of
With the revocation of Article 370, India has united Kashmir with India. Now, all talk of disputes and line of control etc is gone. And, if we look at things, many steps were leading upto this point. [https://www.drishtikone.com/how-brilliantly-amit-shah-and-modi-check-mated-everyone-with-article-370/] As Pakistan is left with no real cards
In the first week of April, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan made an interesting statement, which he – and his ISI smart alecks – calculated would embarrass Narendra Modi. No economy, no friends, no internal political allies, no diplomatic plays left. Pakistan is without any cards post #Article370 revocation [https://twitter.com/
A month back, the Wire had a shrieking headline which said “The Constitution is allowing the Continued Discrimination against of Valmikis in J&K [https://thewire.in/rights/jammu-and-kashmir-article-35a-valmikis]“. This was about the 206-272 families of Dalits who had now grown to 636 families. Same old obsession with Dalits, right?
The situation in Kashmir is strongly contested, historically misrepresented and ideologically argued. That is why the discussions and debate on this topic are grounded in rhetoric as opposed to reality. To understand where we are, it is important to understand why we are here. So, before we proceed to discuss
I was reading the eye witness account of Field Marshall Sam Maneckshaw of the 1947-48 war with Pakistan (and their surrogates, the tribesmen). Field Marshall Maneckshaw had accompanied VK Menon to get the military assessment on the ground. He writes about how he saw the Maharaja jumping around all over