Doctors Write Open Letter to PM Modi on 4G Access for Jammu and Kashmir via @thewire_in
After a six-month-long internet shutdown, access to only 301 white-listed websites has been granted in Jammu and Kashmir, whereas social media, VPNs and many other sites remain banned.
Group of US senators are seeking review of human rights in Jammu and Kashmir - concerned that India has imposed longest-ever internet shutdown by a democracy, disrupting access to medical care, business and education for 7 million.
Government of Jammu&Kashmir: Mobile data services and internet access through fixed-line shall be allowed across the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir with restrictions. The internet speed shall be restricted to 2G only. (1/2)
#NewsAlert | Order issued to restore 2G data service in Jammu and Kashmir from today, access limited to whitelisted sites.
A Bench headed by CJI Gogoi says that a report has been received from Chief Justice of Jammu and Kashmir High Court and the allegation of the petitioner that people in the state don't have access to high court to raise their grievances, doesn’t support petitioner’s statement.
Now onwards, the people of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh can avail of several developmental opportunities they were denied for decades! This includes access to better education, laws to protect the marginalised sections of society, a life of greater dignity for women.
President: I'm confident that the recent changes made in Jammu-Kashmir & Ladakh would be of immense benefit to those regions. They will enable the people to access & enjoy the same rights, same privileges & same facilities as their fellow citizens in the rest of the country.
“I am confident that the recent changes made in Jammu-Kashmir & Ladakh would be of immense benefit to those regions.They will enable the people to access & enjoy the same rights, same privileges & same facilities as their fellow citizens in the rest of the country” #IDayWithAIR