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BJP Shrinks Away From Facing Voters in Kashmir

BJP Shrinks Away From Facing Voters in Kashmir

By Sudha Ramachandran
Hugely unpopular among Kashmiris, India's ruling party would have lost had it dared to contest in the valley.

India’s Supreme Court Endorses Government’s Abrogation of Jammu and Kashmir’s Autonomy

India’s Supreme Court Endorses Government’s Abrogation of Jammu and Kashmir’s Autonomy

By Sudha Ramachandran
The apex court ruled that both the substance and the procedure adopted by the Narendra Modi government to revoke Article 370 are constitutionally valid.
India’s Top Court Hearing Petitions Challenging Government’s Removal of Kashmir’s Special Status

India’s Top Court Hearing Petitions Challenging Government’s Removal of Kashmir’s Special Status

By Sheikh Saaliq and Aijaz Hussain
While deeply unpopular in Kashmir, the move resonated in much of India, where the Modi government was cheered by supporters.

Modi Flaunts India’s Grassroots Democracy on Visit to Jammu and Kashmir

Modi Flaunts India’s Grassroots Democracy on Visit to Jammu and Kashmir

By Tarushi Aswani
His lofty claims ring hollow in the restive region as the Union Territory is being ruled directly from New Delhi.

Modi Fails to Follow Up on His Outreach to Kashmiri Leaders

Modi Fails to Follow Up on His Outreach to Kashmiri Leaders

By Tarushi Aswani
Has New Delhi's bid to initiative talks with leaders from the erstwhile province already stalled?

US Wing of India’s BJP Registers as a ‘Foreign Agent’

US Wing of India’s BJP Registers as a ‘Foreign Agent’

By Abhijnan Rej
In the recent years, India’s ruling party has aggressively used the diaspora to promote Modi’s often-controversial policies.

In India, Kashmiris Face Deepening Discrimination

In India, Kashmiris Face Deepening Discrimination

By Danish Pandit
Already the subject of suspicion, following the abrogation of Article 370, Kashmiris in India have faced escalating prejudice.
India Keeps Lid on Kashmir’s Internet 6 Months Into Lockdown

India Keeps Lid on Kashmir’s Internet 6 Months Into Lockdown

By Associated Press
Months after the lockdown began, Kashmir's internet remains hobbled and on lockdown.

Decorated Indian Officer Arrested for Kashmir Rebel Ties

Decorated Indian Officer Arrested for Kashmir Rebel Ties

By Associated Press
A counterinsurgency officer was arrested for alleged ties to rebels in Indian-administered Kashmir.

State No More: India Formally Ends Statehood for Jammu and Kashmir

State No More: India Formally Ends Statehood for Jammu and Kashmir

By Associated Press
Under the changes, no Kashmiri flag or constitution is permitted as the former state of Jammu and Kashmir becomes federally governed.

Mohammad Taqi on Kashmir

Mohammad Taqi on Kashmir

By Ankit Panda
“The BJP’s calculus seems to be that they would be able to contain the domestic fallout of using force and curbing rights and liberties in Kashmir, without much hassle.”
Kashmir’s Shia Students Speak Out Against the Loss of State Autonomy

Kashmir’s Shia Students Speak Out Against the Loss of State Autonomy

By Tapasya
Kashmir’s Shias feel a particular sense of vulnerability as minorities.

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