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Article 35(A): SC delays the hearing on Kashmir’s identity

Anusha Bhattacharya

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The Supreme Court today adjourned its hearing on Article 35A to 27 August, in the wake of protests in Jammu and Kashmir. Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra added that “it’s an issue to be decided by the Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court”. The Supreme Court was hearing a public interest litigation challenging the validity of the Article 35A. Some call Article 35A “discriminatory” against J&K women, because it disqualifies them from their state subject rights if they married non-permanent residents. However, in a landmark judgment in October 2002, the J&K High Court held that women married to non-permanent residents will not lose their rights. The children of such women however don’t have succession rights. mean while the top court has adjourned the next hearing on 27 of august, to make a decision on the fate of special privileges of 1.25 crore people of jammu & kashmir. Our correspondent Anusha Bhattacharya gives more insight about this report.

 

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Anil Ambani sues NDTV over Rafale: Is this Freedom of Press?

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Reliance defence owner and industrialist Anil Ambani on 18th of October filed a defamation case against the media house NDTV over an episode of a weekly show Truth vs Hype, which was aired on 29th of september. During the show the anchor had raised issues on the controversial Indo-France Rafale deal. The NDTV show reported all sides of the story including Dassault’s denial that it had been under pressure to select Reliance. In a balanced discussion, the panelists examined whether issue like Reliance’s vast debt and record in defence manufacturing made it a suitable choice for Dassault in India.

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Uddhav Thackeray criticises PM Modi, will visit Ayodhya on 25th November

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Ahead of the 2019 state and general elections, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray laid down the party’s poll plan, with stress on Hindutva, in the annual on Dussehra rally at Shivaji Park in Dadar. For Shiv Sena which was founded in 1966, the rally at Shivaji Park in Mumbai’s Dadar is a high-profile event. It is also a platform from which the Shiv Sena broadcast its views on the current political situation and had provided leads to its cadres which was about 5 lakh workers that gathered there from all over Maharashtra.

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Will ‘Oil War’ affect India-US relationship?

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Prime Minister narendra modi, in his first few years in office, when he cited his naseeb, his luck, was the reason why the oil prices had fallen to tremendous low, and helping India balance its current account deficit, well it seems like the Modi’s naseeb has changed and has taken a roller-coaster ride. The oil prices, which were as low as $43 a barrel in 2015, are now above $80 and the rates are going above $100 a barrel again. Now the irony of the whole matter is our 56-inches chest PM is possibly intimidated by the unites States sanctions on Iran. Iran, on the other hand is not only willing to give oil at a lower price,, but also willing to give it in Indian currency and with a 90 days credit line. accepting this offer would mean, that, the oil prices in our country will come crashing down and our country can pay less with more flexible payment terms.. But seems like the PM is scared to offend the Americans. So finally we common Indians will have to bare the brunt..

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