Article 370 of the Constitution is the current bedrock of the constitutional relationship between Jammu and Kashmir and the rest of India

Article 370 of the Constitution is the current bedrock of the constitutional relationship between Jammu and Kashmir and the rest of India

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The Delhi Court has reserved its judgment on the plea challenging validity of Article 370 of the constitution, which gives special status to Jammu and Kashmir.

The Delhi Court has reserved its judgment on the plea challenging validity of Article 370 of the constitution, which gives special status to Jammu and Kashmir.

A well-researched and scholarly analysis of the Article 370 problem, which the author calls "Sardar Patel's incomplete mission."

A well-researched and scholarly analysis of the Article 370 problem, which the author calls "Sardar Patel's incomplete mission."

Narendra Modi on Sunday tempered the party`s rhetoric on Article 370 giving special status to Jammu & Kashmir, saying it should be debated whether the constitutional provision has been beneficial for the state.

Narendra Modi on Sunday tempered the party`s rhetoric on Article 370 giving special status to Jammu & Kashmir, saying it should be debated whether the constitutional provision has been beneficial for the state.

After BJP`s Amira Kadal candidate Hina Bhat declared that revoking Article 370 would compel her to take up arms, politicians across party lines in the state said the law was sacrosanct. Chief minister Omar Abdullah termed it Kashmir`s only link with the rest of the country while PDP patron Mufti Sayeed said even Parliament did not have the mandate to review or abrogate Article 370.

After BJP`s Amira Kadal candidate Hina Bhat declared that revoking Article 370 would compel her to take up arms, politicians across party lines in the state said the law was sacrosanct. Chief minister Omar Abdullah termed it Kashmir`s only link with the rest of the country while PDP patron Mufti Sayeed said even Parliament did not have the mandate to review or abrogate Article 370.

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