An overall perspective to the situation in Jammu and Kashmir
A core agenda item has been addressed with impeccable planning. BJP supporters are in a ‘Saat Khoon Maaf’ mood!
Some challenges that lie ahead in the development and growth of J&K.
J&K is not just Kashmir. There’s Jammu and Ladakh as well. That must be remembered, respected.
The government has overcome the hurdle with sheer creative genius and absolute constitutional compatibility.
This is a triumph of Hindutva and its vision of Indian state resisting outside intervention in its affairs
Simplified: how Article 370 was used to make Article 370 redundant
The Triple Talaq Bill is one more signpost on the road to genuine pluralism and junking of minoritarianism.
Leading Kashmiri opinion leaders have opined, and very rightly, that the State of Jammu and Kashmir has to be
Time to raise the decibel levels against Pakistan’s falsehood.
It is going to be a hard and bitterly-fought war, and our “liberals” appear unwilling to help us win this war.
It makes no sense to talk about political solutions when jihadis are ruling the streets.
It is time for the BJP to grant all citizenship rights to refugees, who are leading a wretched life in Jammu.
The Lutyens’ line of thinking on important matters continues to be marred by faulty logic and reasoning.
Casualty figures for the Army in Kashmir have increased recently. What is the way out of this new trap?
Article 35-A provides a shield to the government of J&K to discriminate against permanent residents of the state.
A spell of Governor’s rule is vital to restore a degree of normality.
Is there no peaceful way out of the J&K crisis?
Kashmir has to be secularised for good.
Successive state governments have failed at upholding Secularism in Kashmir, more autonomy is not the answer.
Ramzan has brought no change in the hearts of the jihadis.
Why should a woman of J&K be denied ‘permanent resident’ status just because she marries someone from outside?
Modi should not fret about title inflation. It is useful to give some titles, if that satisfies them.
Kashmir is where the idea of Pakistan should be comprehensively defeated and buried
Moral of the J&K misadventure: BJP must define itself as a party for Indic peoples and cultures
How India’s security forces fought Pakistan-sponsored infiltration
Clearly, it is advantage India at this moment.
People of conflict zone must remain the supreme concern even as and elimination of terrorists is essential
We need to be clear about what exactly is happening in Jammu and Kashmir.
Why the common notion that the period of cold is one of relative calm in J&K needs to be cast away.
The Article 35-A lawsuit has several novel representations within it, reflecting shrewd thinking.
Article 35-A is unconstitutional and it has to go lock, stock and barrel.
The unity among all the Kashmiri leaders against all the non-J&K residents and the marginalised is obvious.
To have a healthy nation, each state including J&K needs to be completely a part and parcel of the national ma
The time has come to focus on the vital but ignored facts behind the Kashmir dispute.
We should have no qualms in making J&K a fully Indian state.
Will our actions be dictated by Pakistan now?
It is time to call the NC’s bluff and work for the abrogation of Article 370.
The Jammu and Kashmir government should either implement in toto or abolish Article 370.
Does the NYT want Kashmir to be an extension of the Islamic State?
The lynching of Pandith has changed things in Kashmir, and the time to take hard decisions is now.
Government should not and cannot be held hostage to the kind of secessionist threats issued by Shri Abdullah w
BJP must take a clear stand on Article 370 and 35-A, the Rohingya Muslims and the soft approach towards seditionists.
The most egregiously dangerous proposal is the apparent support of major British political parties for a plebiscite in Kashmir.
Islamists in the valley refuse to accept the democratic verdict which brought a “Hindu” BJP to power in the state
One cannot help but speculate as to what might have been, in this beautiful Valley and for its people, had India
Operation ‘All Out’ targeted terrorist leaders, who were misusing the social media to create personality cults
The State has to gain the upper hand and enforce order.
Prudence demands that any triggers that will shorten the window of stability be currently avoided.
The word ‘Jammu’ could have disappeared from the name of the state.
If secularism is indeed our core national value, Kashmir is its litmus test
India is already one-third urban. It will become 50 percent urban in two decades. Here is where the jobs will lie.
What steps can enable the return of J&K to full governance as deserved by its largely peace-loving majority?
Tariq Karra has got the date wrong. Something of a “Nazi rule” happened in 1990, when the Pandits were evicted.
The Abdullahs are following a Kashmir-centric line and completely ignoring Jammu and Ladakh; and that is not helping
None in Jammu had ever imagined that there would be a person from outside Jammu who would say what the General said.
Policy-makers must address the hardships and sufferings of the Kashmir people.
Some land and a change in atmosphere is what’s currently on offer for the Kashmiri Pandits.
It is high time that the Kashmir Valley is made as normal a part of Indian nation as it is of the Indian state
Kashmir does not need a healing touch. That bus left long back.
It is time to see the problem in Kashmir for what it is
A year since Burhan Wani’s death, the landscape of politics, civil strife and militancy have seen a sweeping change
It is a paradigm shift which will remake the state and State of Kashmir.
Jammu and Ladakh should be given the chance to spearhead the political process.
It is time New Delhi reorganised Jammu and Kashmir.
While this is the ‘stick’ in the proverbial ‘carrot and stick’ policy, there have been quite a few carrots too.
“We may be few, but our faith is strong.”
By regressing backward and going to the pre-1953 state Jammu and Kashmir has nothing to gain
The majority of India has no idea of the national significance of this date, 27 October.
The era of sending dossiers has ended with PM Modi promising that the sacrifice of the jawans would not go in vain.
Singh has an opportunity to leave a legacy, something he could not do as Home Minister. He should not let it lapse.
So Narendra Modi called the nuclear bluff of Pakistan. What does that imply for potential conflicts of the future?
Article 35A was extra-constitutional from its very inception and it’s time to ensure that the mistake is rectified.
There has been some lack of effort towards a meeting of minds, and that is something that needs to be addressed.
Here’s how the Modi government is strengthening India’s defences.
Is Kashmir about to enter a new phase of Islamist terror, where suicide bombing is normal?
Here are the primary security challenges that India must be prepared to face in 2019.
Article 35A – what it is, and the debate surrounding it.
There can be no peace without victory against the terrorists and violent mobs.
. . . what is more, Jammu and Ladakh do not even figure in the debate around the articles