Article 35-a


'Article 35-a' - 17 News Result(s)

  • Supreme Court Lists Pending Pleas Over Kashmir Before Constitution Bench

    Supreme Court Lists Pending Pleas Over Kashmir Before Constitution Bench

    The Supreme Court today said the petitions challenging the validity of provisions of Article 370, which was abrogated by the Centre on August 5, and Article 35-A would be dealt with by its 5-judge Constitution bench which is hearing the Kashmir matter.

  • J&K Governor Rejects Rumours Over Special Status, Says "No Order Valid"

    J&K Governor Rejects Rumours Over Special Status, Says "No Order Valid"

    Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik today said people should not pay heed to rumours of any major decision on the special status of the state as "everything is normal".

  • No Change In Article 35-A Stance After Pulwama Attack, Clarifies Jammu And Kashmir

    No Change In Article 35-A Stance After Pulwama Attack, Clarifies Jammu And Kashmir

    The Jammu and Kashmir administration today ruled out any change in its stand on Article 35-A - a law that gives special powers to people of the state - and maintained that only an elected government can argue the matter before the Supreme Court, news agency PTI reported.

  • Junaid Mattu Becomes Srinagar Mayor With BJP Support

    Junaid Mattu Becomes Srinagar Mayor With BJP Support

    Former National Conference leader Junaid Azim Mattu, who quit the party to contest the urban local body polls in Jammu and Kashmir, was elected Mayor of the Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC) on Tuesday with the support from the BJP and the Peoples Conference. Mr Mattu secured 40 votes while Congress candidate for the mayoral post Ghulam Rasool H...

  • In Third Phase, Jammu Gives Thumbs Up To Civic Polls, Kashmir Stays Away

    In Third Phase, Jammu Gives Thumbs Up To Civic Polls, Kashmir Stays Away

    In the third phase of the local body elections in Jammu and Kashmir, voter turnout crossed a little over 16 per cent today. While people in Jammu queued up outside polling booths taking the voting percentage to 81.4, those in the Valley largely stayed away. Just like in the previous phases, around 3.5 per cent votes were cast.

  • Low Voting In Kashmir As 2 Key Parties Boycott Civic Polls: 10 Points

    Low Voting In Kashmir As 2 Key Parties Boycott Civic Polls: 10 Points

    As Jammu and Kashmir is voting in the first of the four-phased municipal elections after a hiatus of 13 years, voters in Jammu are queuing up at polling stations, but staying away in Kashmir. Brisk voting was observed in almost all the wards in Jammu region with Rajouri registering the highest votes, but only seven per cent voters turned up in Kash...

  • Defeat BJP, Save Article 35A: Congress Pitch For Jammu And Kashmir Polls

    Defeat BJP, Save Article 35A: Congress Pitch For Jammu And Kashmir Polls

    The last day for withdrawal of nominations for the Jammu and Kashmir local body polls was overshadowed by the killing of two National Conference workers by terrorists in Srinagar. The men killed were close aides of Shamima Firdous, the National Conference legislator from Habba Kadal.

  • National Conference Says It Will "Boycott" Jammu And Kashmir Rural Polls

    National Conference Says It Will "Boycott" Jammu And Kashmir Rural Polls

    The Jammu and Kashmir National Conference will boycott the local body and panchayat elections in the state unless the centre takes effective steps for protection of Article 35-A of the Constitution, which is facing legal challenge in the Supreme Court, party president Farooq Abdullah said Wednesday.

  • Separate Constitution For Jammu And Kashmir Was An Aberration: Ajit Doval

    Separate Constitution For Jammu And Kashmir Was An Aberration: Ajit Doval

    Having a separate constitution for Jammu and Kashmir was probably an "aberration", National Security Advisor Ajit Doval said on Tuesday, as he stressed that India's sovereignty can never be compromised.

  • Clashes, Shutdown In Parts Of Kashmir Over Rumours Around Article 35-A

    Clashes, Shutdown In Parts Of Kashmir Over Rumours Around Article 35-A

    Days ahead of the hearing of petitions in the Supreme Court challenging the constitutional validity of the Article 35-A in Jammu and Kashmir, clashes and a spontaneous shutdown were reported in the Valley. The immediate triggers included rumours around the scrapping of Article-35A, which gives special rights and privileges to people of Jammu and Ka...

  • National Conference Engages Gopal Subramanium To Defend Article 35-A

    National Conference Engages Gopal Subramanium To Defend Article 35-A

    National Conference has engaged former solicitor general of India Gopal Subramanium to defend Article 35-A of the Constitution, which is facing a legal challenge in the Supreme Court, the party said on Sunday.

  • Article 35A Highlights: Top Court Adjourns Hearing For Two Weeks

    Article 35A Highlights: Top Court Adjourns Hearing For Two Weeks

    The Supreme Court will hear a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) challenging the validity of the Article 35-A today. The Valley has been under shutdown since Sunday in support of Article 35A that guarantees special privileges to the state.

  • Top Court Adjourns Hearing On Article 35A Amid Kashmir Shutdown: 10 Facts

    Top Court Adjourns Hearing On Article 35A Amid Kashmir Shutdown: 10 Facts

    The Supreme Court today adjourned hearing of petitions challenging the constitutional validity of the Article 35-A, which gives special rights and privileges to people of Jammu and Kashmir, and fixed August 27 as the next date. The matter was to be heard by a three-judge bench, but since Justice DY Chandrachud wasn't available, Chief Justice Dipak ...

  • National Conference Moves Supreme Court In Support Of Article 35-A

    National Conference Moves Supreme Court In Support Of Article 35-A

    The Jammu and Kashmir National Conference (NC) on Friday moved the Supreme Court in support of the Constitution's Article 35-A that empowers the state assembly to define "permanent residents" for bestowing special rights and privileges to them.

  • Centre Won't Do Anything Against Sentiments Of J&K People: Home Minister On Article 35A

    Centre Won't Do Anything Against Sentiments Of J&K People: Home Minister On Article 35A

    The Central government will not do anything "against the sentiments" of the people of Jammu and Kashmir, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said today, amid a raging debate over the fate of Article 35A under which residents of the state get special privileges.

'Article 35-a' - 10 Video Result(s)

'Article 35-a' - 17 News Result(s)

  • Supreme Court Lists Pending Pleas Over Kashmir Before Constitution Bench

    Supreme Court Lists Pending Pleas Over Kashmir Before Constitution Bench

    The Supreme Court today said the petitions challenging the validity of provisions of Article 370, which was abrogated by the Centre on August 5, and Article 35-A would be dealt with by its 5-judge Constitution bench which is hearing the Kashmir matter.

  • J&K Governor Rejects Rumours Over Special Status, Says "No Order Valid"

    J&K Governor Rejects Rumours Over Special Status, Says "No Order Valid"

    Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik today said people should not pay heed to rumours of any major decision on the special status of the state as "everything is normal".

  • No Change In Article 35-A Stance After Pulwama Attack, Clarifies Jammu And Kashmir

    No Change In Article 35-A Stance After Pulwama Attack, Clarifies Jammu And Kashmir

    The Jammu and Kashmir administration today ruled out any change in its stand on Article 35-A - a law that gives special powers to people of the state - and maintained that only an elected government can argue the matter before the Supreme Court, news agency PTI reported.

  • Junaid Mattu Becomes Srinagar Mayor With BJP Support

    Junaid Mattu Becomes Srinagar Mayor With BJP Support

    Former National Conference leader Junaid Azim Mattu, who quit the party to contest the urban local body polls in Jammu and Kashmir, was elected Mayor of the Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC) on Tuesday with the support from the BJP and the Peoples Conference. Mr Mattu secured 40 votes while Congress candidate for the mayoral post Ghulam Rasool H...

  • In Third Phase, Jammu Gives Thumbs Up To Civic Polls, Kashmir Stays Away

    In Third Phase, Jammu Gives Thumbs Up To Civic Polls, Kashmir Stays Away

    In the third phase of the local body elections in Jammu and Kashmir, voter turnout crossed a little over 16 per cent today. While people in Jammu queued up outside polling booths taking the voting percentage to 81.4, those in the Valley largely stayed away. Just like in the previous phases, around 3.5 per cent votes were cast.

  • Low Voting In Kashmir As 2 Key Parties Boycott Civic Polls: 10 Points

    Low Voting In Kashmir As 2 Key Parties Boycott Civic Polls: 10 Points

    As Jammu and Kashmir is voting in the first of the four-phased municipal elections after a hiatus of 13 years, voters in Jammu are queuing up at polling stations, but staying away in Kashmir. Brisk voting was observed in almost all the wards in Jammu region with Rajouri registering the highest votes, but only seven per cent voters turned up in Kash...

  • Defeat BJP, Save Article 35A: Congress Pitch For Jammu And Kashmir Polls

    Defeat BJP, Save Article 35A: Congress Pitch For Jammu And Kashmir Polls

    The last day for withdrawal of nominations for the Jammu and Kashmir local body polls was overshadowed by the killing of two National Conference workers by terrorists in Srinagar. The men killed were close aides of Shamima Firdous, the National Conference legislator from Habba Kadal.

  • National Conference Says It Will "Boycott" Jammu And Kashmir Rural Polls

    National Conference Says It Will "Boycott" Jammu And Kashmir Rural Polls

    The Jammu and Kashmir National Conference will boycott the local body and panchayat elections in the state unless the centre takes effective steps for protection of Article 35-A of the Constitution, which is facing legal challenge in the Supreme Court, party president Farooq Abdullah said Wednesday.

  • Separate Constitution For Jammu And Kashmir Was An Aberration: Ajit Doval

    Separate Constitution For Jammu And Kashmir Was An Aberration: Ajit Doval

    Having a separate constitution for Jammu and Kashmir was probably an "aberration", National Security Advisor Ajit Doval said on Tuesday, as he stressed that India's sovereignty can never be compromised.

  • Clashes, Shutdown In Parts Of Kashmir Over Rumours Around Article 35-A

    Clashes, Shutdown In Parts Of Kashmir Over Rumours Around Article 35-A

    Days ahead of the hearing of petitions in the Supreme Court challenging the constitutional validity of the Article 35-A in Jammu and Kashmir, clashes and a spontaneous shutdown were reported in the Valley. The immediate triggers included rumours around the scrapping of Article-35A, which gives special rights and privileges to people of Jammu and Ka...

  • National Conference Engages Gopal Subramanium To Defend Article 35-A

    National Conference Engages Gopal Subramanium To Defend Article 35-A

    National Conference has engaged former solicitor general of India Gopal Subramanium to defend Article 35-A of the Constitution, which is facing a legal challenge in the Supreme Court, the party said on Sunday.

  • Article 35A Highlights: Top Court Adjourns Hearing For Two Weeks

    Article 35A Highlights: Top Court Adjourns Hearing For Two Weeks

    The Supreme Court will hear a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) challenging the validity of the Article 35-A today. The Valley has been under shutdown since Sunday in support of Article 35A that guarantees special privileges to the state.

  • Top Court Adjourns Hearing On Article 35A Amid Kashmir Shutdown: 10 Facts

    Top Court Adjourns Hearing On Article 35A Amid Kashmir Shutdown: 10 Facts

    The Supreme Court today adjourned hearing of petitions challenging the constitutional validity of the Article 35-A, which gives special rights and privileges to people of Jammu and Kashmir, and fixed August 27 as the next date. The matter was to be heard by a three-judge bench, but since Justice DY Chandrachud wasn't available, Chief Justice Dipak ...

  • National Conference Moves Supreme Court In Support Of Article 35-A

    National Conference Moves Supreme Court In Support Of Article 35-A

    The Jammu and Kashmir National Conference (NC) on Friday moved the Supreme Court in support of the Constitution's Article 35-A that empowers the state assembly to define "permanent residents" for bestowing special rights and privileges to them.

  • Centre Won't Do Anything Against Sentiments Of J&K People: Home Minister On Article 35A

    Centre Won't Do Anything Against Sentiments Of J&K People: Home Minister On Article 35A

    The Central government will not do anything "against the sentiments" of the people of Jammu and Kashmir, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said today, amid a raging debate over the fate of Article 35A under which residents of the state get special privileges.

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