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Omar is right: Mehbooba must have the guts to decide on govt formation in Jammu and Kashmir

Feb 08, 2016

Omar is right: Mehbooba must have the guts to decide on govt formation in Jammu and Kashmir

Omar Abdullah is right in saying that Mehbooba Mufti should either form a government in Jammu & Kashmir or have the courage to break the alliance
Mehbooba cannot keep state guessing on government formation: <b>Omar</b> <b>Abdullah</b>

Feb 07, 2016

Mehbooba cannot keep state guessing on government formation: Omar Abdullah

Jammu: Making it clear that his party is not ready to support BJP in case the PDP-BJP alliance snaps, NC leader Omar Abdullah on
Rest In Peace: Cartoonist Sudhir Tailang passes away

Feb 06, 2016

Rest In Peace: Cartoonist Sudhir Tailang passes away

of his tongue in cheek humour. May he rest in peace.

Omar Abdullah (@abdullah_omar)
When will we finally return home, ask displaced Kashmiri Pandits

Jan 19, 2016

When will we finally return home, ask displaced Kashmiri Pandits

worked. The government says no Kashmiri Pandit youth who was given a job has left it.Former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Omar Abdullah, said that
<b>Omar</b> <b>Abdullah</b>: Not much has been done for return of Kashmiri Pandits, only 'lip service'

Jan 19, 2016

Omar Abdullah: Not much has been done for return of Kashmiri Pandits, only 'lip service'

Srinagar: Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Tuesday accused the Centre of not doing much for return of
'NC isn't power hungry': <b>Omar</b> <b>Abdullah</b> rules out tie-up with BJP in J&K

Jan 17, 2016

'NC isn't power hungry': Omar Abdullah rules out tie-up with BJP in J&K

formation in Jammu and Kashmir, his son and former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Sunday ruled out an alliance with the saffron outfit, saying the party "is
Speculations of a possible PDP-Cong tie-up in Jammu and Kashmir have no legs to stand on

Jan 11, 2016

Speculations of a possible PDP-Cong tie-up in Jammu and Kashmir have no legs to stand on

partners for six years from 2002-08 but after 2008 elections, the Congress left PDP and chose to back National Conference and Omar Abdullah as the chief