Q&A: India's change to disputed Kashmir's status
NEW DELHI (AP) - India's government used a presidential order to revoke the special constitutional status of its portion of Kashmir on Monday amid uproar in Parliament and a huge troop deployment in the disputed region.
The constitutional provision had prohibited Indians from outside the region from buying land or permanently settling in the Muslim-majority territory.
Some questions and answers on the issue:
WHAT IS HAPPENING?
The Hindu nationalist-led government of India...