Article 370 of the Indian constitution is an article that gives autonomous status to the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
According to this article J&K enjoys some special privileges, they are,
i. Indian Parliament can not make any law or change any policy without the concurrence of State Legislature which in any way relates to – either a change of names of state and territories or any act of treaty or agreement which may change or deem to change the integrity or disposition of any of the state’s territory.
ii. Jammu and Kashmir has its own constitution and its own flag.
iii. Except for matters including Defense & Security, External Affairs, Communication, etc the Parliament of India has to take concurrence to J&K Constitution before taking any decision.
iv. Declaration of National and Financial emergencies can not be applied in J&K.
v. The Fifth Schedule of Indian Constitution which deals with Scheduled Tribes and administration of Scheduled Tribe areas do not hold for J&K.
vi. Denial of citizenship to the Permanent Residents (PRs) who have migrated to Pakistan do not apply and such a person will still carry the citizenship of India.
vii. The government of India does not have the authority to suspend the legislature of the state as a reason of failure to comply with the central government.