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Union Cabinet rejects J&K autonomy resolution
The Union Cabinet has rejected as ``unacceptable'' the June 26 resolution (the so-called autonomy resolution) of the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly, though at the same time committing itself to a greater ``devolution of powers'' to all States. The Cabinet found the June 26 resolution unacceptable because essentially it was ``a plea for restoration of the pre- 1953'' status to the State.
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