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The book titled “Ten Studies in Kashmir: History and Politics” has been authored by educationist and Padma Shri recipient Prof Kashi Nath Pandit. It sheds light on the events that happened from 1947 till the revocation of the special status of the J&K state (1947-2019 events). The author has described complexities in various aspects of ..
In yet another diplomatic victory for India and continuing the trend of international embarrassment for Pakistan, the South Asian Speaker’s Summit unanimously supported India on the entire Kashmir issue. What has happened? The South Asian Speakers Summit was being held in Male, the capital of the island nation of Maldives. The South Asian Speakers Summit ..
Category: Summits and Conferences
Topics: Article 370 of the Constitution of India • Continents • Countries • Geography of Asia • Indo-Pakistani wars • Jammu and Kashmir • Kashmir • Kashmir Conflict • Mountain warfare • Outline of Jammu and Kashmir • Pakistan • Shabir Choudhry
The Article 370 was a part of the Indian Constitution which gave special privileges and status to the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir. It was part of the Part XXI of the Indian Constitution which contains the temporary Transitional and Special Provisions. What special privileges does Article 370 grant to the state of Jammu ..
Topics: Article 35A of the Constitution of India • Article 370 of the Constitution of India • Geography of Asia • Hari Singh • India • Jammu & Kashmir • Jammu and Kashmir • Jammu Division • Kashmir Conflict • Mountain warfare • Outline of Jammu and Kashmir • Sheikh Abdullah
Recently the UNSC held a closed-door meeting on the situation in Kashmir. Even though no official communiqué was released, it is said the attempts by Pakistan and its all-weather ally China to internationalise the issue did not gain much traction. This is seen as a diplomatic victory to India which time and again has stated ..
Topics: Azad Kashmir • Continents • Countries • Foreign relations of Pakistan • Geography of Asia • Gilgit-Baltistan • Indo-Pakistani wars • Jammu and Kashmir • Kashmir • Kashmir Conflict • Mountain warfare • Shimla Agreement • Subdivisions of Pakistan • UNSC
Shah Faesal, a former IAS officer from Jammu and Kashmir has launched his political party ‘Jammu and Kashmir Peoples’ Movement’. The motive behind this movement is to bridge the distance between New Delhi and Islamabad in order to resolve the Kashmir dispute. It will curb corrupt system and work towards a peaceful resolution to the Kashmir ..