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Apr 29, 2019
Lok Sabha election: In Kulgam, vacant polling booths and deserted streets tell the story of a disgruntled peopleKulgam district recorded a 7.5 percent voter turnout till 2 pm. The highest votes were cast in Noorabad, the National Conference bastion — 11,854 (15.5 percent), followed by Devsar — 11,870 (13 percent). Meanwhile, 1,313 (1.3 percent) votes were cast in Kulgam and the lowest turnout was witnessed in Hom Shalibugh where 591 (0.8 percent) votes were cast till 2 pm
Oct 20, 2018
Jammu and Kashmir urban local body polls: BJP trounces Congress in its bastions, wins from many militancy-hit areasThe BJP won the elections to 100 municipal wards in Kashmir in the urban local bodies (ULB) polls.
Oct 06, 2018
J&K local body polls: Poor turnout, poll-related violence will tarnish India's image and further alienate populacePoor turnout will tarnish India's image and the poll-related violence will further burden our security forces and exacerbate the alienation of Kashmiris
Oct 03, 2018
BJP wins 60 seats unopposed in volatile Kashmir; party likely to control at least 7 ULBs as NC, PDP boytcott electionsFor the first time in the electoral history of Jammu and Kashmir, the Bharatiya Janata Party is likely to take control of at least seven municipal committees in Kashmir Valley without even contesting the elections
Apr 09, 2017
Kashmir bypolls: In the past, boycott suited National Conference but this time, it will help PDPThe snow lay thick. Vehicles struggled to get past each other on the narrow, hilly road from the national highway to Sadiwara village. A crowd had gathered around a Maruti van that had slipped into a roadside ditch. Knots of pheran-wrapped people headed to the village mosque for Friday afternoon prayers.
Sep 04, 2014
Kashmir: State's claims washed away as hundreds are left stranded by floodsAfter three days of incessant rains, the residents of Akran village in South Kashmir’s Kulgam district failed to get any response to their calls for help from the district administration and instead called the Indian Army to save them from the flood waters.