President's Rule in Jammu and Kashmir revoked following bifurcation of state into two Union Territories
The President's rule imposed in undivided Jammu and Kashmir was on Thursday revoked following bifurcation of the state into two Union Territories.
Article 370: India should put its energy into pulling Kashmir out of quagmire with a gentle hand and an eye on Pakistan
The locus of resolving the Kashmir imbroglio lies within, not outside our country.
Cabinet approves extension of President's Rule in Jammu and Kashmir for six months, beginning 3 July
The Union Cabinet Wednesday approved extension of President's rule in Jammu and Kashmir for six more months beginning 3 July, Union minister Prakash Javedkar said
Jammu and Kashmir state administration's move to delay Assembly polls scheduled in June sparks political row
The announcement has disappointed the regional political parties, including NC and PDP in Jammu and Kashmir.
Ban on Jammu and Kashmir Highway is 'unprecedented', 'dictatorial': Locals, political parties protest against Centre
Setting aside their differences, political parties in Jammu and Kashmir have come together in their opposition to the ban on civilian traffic for two days a week on an important highway that came into effect on Sunday
Daily Bulletin: President's Rule in J&K from tomorrow; ISRO satellite to launch today; rights groups seek Facebook board overhaul; day's top stories
Today's top stories: Governor's Rule ends in Jammu and Kashmir; Satya Pal Malik recommends President's Rule; MNS chief Raj Thackeray gets bail in 2008 case; ISRO’s new communication satellite to launch today; and more.
J&K governor citing 'opposing political ideologies' as reason to dissolve Assembly needs more than a situational analysis
In Jammu and Kashmir, conflict is an unending story, and that has led to a political history, bringing Governor's Rule to the Valley repeatedly.
Kashmir's pellet-hit youth paint pale picture of government apathy, unkept promises and torment by police
The frequent detentions happened although former chief minister Mehooba Mufti had earlier promised to provide the pellet-blinded boys with jobs.
Kashmir polls: Chance for BJP to fill vacuum as NC, PDP boycott but terror threats may deter mass participation
Amid paranoia over attempts to further dilute the state’s special status, the popular wave in the Valley seems opposed to the polls.
Centre seeks new Jammu and Kashmir governor: NN Vohra's replacement likely to take over after Amarnath Yatra
NN Vohra first took over as Jammu and Kashmir governor on 26 June, 2008, when the state was in utter turmoil over the transfer of land to the Shri Amarnath Shrine Board
Jammu and Kashmir may soon get new governor; ex-bureaucrat Rajiv Mehrishi tipped to replace NN Vohra
Jammu and Kashmir may soon have a new governor as the Centre has decided not to continue with NN Vohra who has served the state for almost a decade, media reports said.
Jammu and Kashmir panchayat polls spark political slugfest; parties set to field proxy candidates to test electoral mood
Though Jammu and Kashmir local bodies' elections will not be fought on a party basis, major parties will field proxy candidates to test the electoral mood.
Jammu and Kashmir parties slam Governor NN Vohra for delaying Assembly elections but clearing decks for panchayat polls
Several political parties have criticised Governor NN Vohra for his decision, saying that if conditions in the state are conducive for Panchayat and municipal elections, there is no point in deferring Assembly elections either
Omar Abdullah calls Mehbooba Mufti desperate for attacking BJP, says militancy reborn under PDP rule
PDP president Mehbooba Mufti on Friday said any attempt by the Centre to "engineer" a split in her party will have "extremely dangerous" consequences.
Three civilians were killed in Kashmir's Kulgam district on Saturday bringing tension back to the Valley ahead of Burhan Wani's death anniversary on 8 July
Rajnath Singh in Jammu and Kashmir: Home minister likely to visit Amarnath temple, chair high-level security meet today
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, who arrived in Srinagar on Wednesday to review the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir, will be visiting the Amarnath cave shrine located in the South Kashmir Himalayas today
BJP's attempts to form govt with runaway PDP MLAs may incite further turbulence in Jammu and Kashmir
Previously it was the Congress which was seen to be engineering defections in Kashmir and even dismissed the elected governments to rule the troubled state.
Kashmir corps commander says Governor’s Rule won't impact operations, but NN Vohra's experience may help
Lt Gen AK Bhatt held that to the extent that NN Vohra’s wealth of experience might result in Governor’s Rule bringing about improvements in governance and more responsive administration at the ground level would help to bring peace in Jammu and Kashmir.
Governor's Rule in Jammu and Kashmir: Residents recall Jagmohan Malhotra's 1990 reign with fear, horror
For 54-year-old Abdul Salam, the recent imposition of Governor’s Rule in Jammu and Kashmir is a grim reminder of a turbulent time: In 1990, Jagmohan Malhotra took over for five months, leaving the people with wounds which are yet to heal.