India rips apart Pak Ambassador’s Global Times interview with point by point rebuttal

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Moin Ul Haque

New Delhi, Aug 13: In an article titled, Urgent Actions on Jammu, Kashmir needed published by the Global Times, Pakistan’s Ambassador to China, Moin ul Haque has chosen to repeat Pakistan’s lies and half truths on Jammu and Kashmir, the Embassy of India in China said.

Haque’s misinterpretations, while not surprising cannot conceal the significant progress that J&K has made in the year following the abrogation of Article 370, it further noted.

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Article 370 scrapped: Here is what has changed in J&K over a year

kashmir-armyNew Delhi, Aug 05: It has been a year since the abrogation of Article 370. The government says that this decision has paved the way for development.

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A year later: With Article 370 gone, security forces have stabilised situation

kashmir-securityNew Delhi, Aug 05: It has been a year since the Indian Parliament took a historic decision to abrogate Article 370, which gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir. The abrogation was met with criticism and praise, but more importantly the security forces have largely managed to stabilise the situation.

The protests, stone pelting and more importantly recruitments into terror groups are all down, a top official in the security establishment tells OneIndia.

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A year gone, abrogation of Article 370 has been the best boon for security forces

kashmir-securityNew Delhi, Aug 03: It will be a year on August 05 since the abrogation of Article 370. On August 5 2019, the Indian Parliament abrogated the article that gave Jammu and Kashmir special status.

In the past one year, Jammu and Kashmir has seen a considerable decline in the number of youth joining terror groups. While infiltrations or attempts to infiltrate into the Valley from J&K have remained high, terror groups operating in the Valley have suffered considerable losses.

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Mehbooba Mufti to be under detention for 3 more months

mehbooba-mufti-7592New Delhi, July 31: The Jammu and Kashmir government has extended the detention of PDP leader Mehbooba Mufti by three months.

The order was issued under the Public Safety Act based on the report by the Advisory Board.

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Abrogation of Article 370: Pak government issues guidelines for kinds of words to use

Imran-KhanNew Delhi, July 31: Ahead of August 5, a year since Article 370 was abrogated in Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan has come out with directives to be followed. On completion of one year of military sieve of Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir and to show solidarity with the people of Kashmiri people, the following terminologies will be used on August 5, a press release from the government of Pakistan has said.

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To observe August 5 as Black Day in J&K, Pak Army, ISI put out detailed flow chart

Imran-KhanNew Delhi, July 31: The number of terrorists getting killed in the Valley is up and the infiltration bids have been foiled several times. There is also a major decrease in the number of violent protests on the streets of Jammu and Kashmir, ever since the Parliament of India abrogated Article 370.

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J&K to release 21 persons detained under PSA

j-kNew Delhi, Mar 31: The detention of 21 persons under the Public Safety Act in Jammu and Kashmir was revoked by the administration. All 31 are in different jails across the Union Territory.

Sources confirmed to OneIndia that all these detainees would be released over the next couple of days. 17 are from Kashmir, while the rest are from the Jammu region. All the 14 detainees from the Jammu region are from the Poonch district. 5 are from Baramulla, four each from Anantnag and Budgam, two from Bandipore and one each from Kupwara and Pulwama.

J&K govt orders release of former CM, Omar Abdullah

Omar_AbdullahNew Delhi, Mar 24: The Jammu and Kashmir government has ordered the release of former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah. An order revoking the detention of Abdullah was ordered by the Jammu and Kashmir government a while ago.

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Why was Farooq Abdullah released, social media ban in Jammu and Kashmir lifted?

farooq-abdulla-mnThe decision to release Farooq Abdullah and to lift social media ban in Jammu and Kashmir displays that the administration is confident that peace and order will be maintained

Bengaluru: The lifting of curbs on social media in Jammu and Kashmir and the release of Farooq Abdullah are two major decisions that have been taken. It only goes on to show that the administration has become more confident that peace and order will be maintained in the Valley, post the abrogation of Article 370.

Both decisions were taken after a thorough review by the security agencies who have been keeping a watch in the Valley. However, the decision to lift the ban on social media was a bolder one when compared to the release of Abdullah.

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