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Real Estate Summit agenda for J&K

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By K N Pandita

After bringing in the J&K Reorganization Act 2019, the opposition blamed the government for being too hasty and not offering anything substantial to J&K under the changed dispensation. This was also the refrain of the dissident valley leadership. Continue Reading…

A phony state called “Azad Jammu and Kashmir“

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By K N Pandita

J&K’s accession to the Indian Union on 26 October 1947 was the direct result of the incursion of Kashmir by the lashkars of North West Frontier tribesmen conceived, planned and abetted by the rulers of the nascent State of Pakistan. The diehard activists of Lord Curzon’s “Great Game in Central Asia” of mid-19th century, working in tandem with the new brand Islamists in the sub-continent, focused attention on one particular objective of stonewalling India’s access to the west and north. Continue Reading…

UN Human Rights Commission misled on Kashmir event

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By K N Pandita

On December 1, Al Jazeera published a longish write-up of one Rifat Fareed on the arrest of Khurram Pervez, the so-called Kashmiri Human Rights activist by the NIA for his involvement in terrorist related funding and links. Continue Reading…

Delimitation Commission’s Report: partial justice

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By K N Pandita

In the course of its deliberations, the Delimitation Commission met with leaders from the Peoples Conference, National Conference (NC), CPI, CPI (M), Panthers Party, Congress, BJP, Apni Party and Bahujan Samaj Party. The Commission also met with District Election officers from Anantnag, Kulgam, Pulwama and Shopian. The Commission also met with various delegations of the people of the Union territory from both regions to know their views on issues connected with the delimitation of constituencies. Continue Reading…

India adopts a visionary and statesmanlike Afghan policy

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By K N Pandita

India’s cordial relations with the people of Afghanistan is traceable in the Vedic times and the hoary past when, according to the antiquarians, the Aryans had left vast Central Asian dried up grasslands and got dispersed in different parts of the old world including Northern India for permanent resettlement. Continue Reading…

Investigate sabotage angle in Gen Rawat’s chopper crash

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By Prof. K.N. Pandita

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“The nation has lost one of its bravest sons. His four decades of selfless service to the motherland were marked by exceptional gallantry and heroism. My condolences to his family,” grieved the President of India on the tragic death of India’s 1st Chief of the Defence Staff, General Bipin Rawat and his wife Madhulika Rawat in a chopper crash at Coonoor in Tamilnadu on December 8, 2021. Continue Reading…

The nation has lost its bravest son

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By K N Pandita

“The nation has lost one of its bravest sons. His four decades of selfless service to the motherland were marked by exceptional gallantry and heroism. My condolence to his family”, grieved the President of India on the tragic death of India’s 1st Chief of the Defence Staff, General Bipin Rawat and his wife Madhulika Rawat in a chopper crash in Coonoor in Tamilnadu on Wednesday. Continue Reading…

Farooq Abdullah exhort Kashmiris to make sacrifices

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By K N Pandita

People who know Farooq Abdullah well call him an eccentric man. Even some of his senior party colleagues also profile him like that. The fact is that he has a method of madness. He never advocated Kashmir’s accession to Pakistan because he had learnt the lesson from his father who had personal experience of dealing with Pakistanis. Moreover, Farooq has had a long interaction with the Pakistanis and particularly with the PoK Diaspora in the UK. Continue Reading…

UN Human Rights Commission misled on Kashmir event

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By K N Pandita

On December 1, Al Jazeera published a longish write-up of one Rifat Fareed on the arrest of Khurram Pervez, the so-called Kashmiri Human Rights activist by the NIA for his involvement in terrorism-related funding and links. Continue Reading…

Political activities on the way of resumption

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by K N Pandita

Getting a whiff of the revival of impending assembly elections, politicians in the Union Territory of J&K seem to be preparing for a long and acrimonious election fight in the coming months. The background in which the forthcoming election is likely to be held is different from most of the previous election environments. Continue Reading…