Mufti said that she would hold the Tricolour only when the separate flag of the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir was restored
Lok Sabha polls: Battle royale between Rajputs in Jammu's Udhampur as Vikramaditya Singh takes on Jitendra Singh
The Congress has decided to field Vikramaditya Singh, a Rajput and the grandson of Hari Singh, the last Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir, from the Udhampur seat.
45-year-old woman died on Monday after she was stabbed by unknown assailants inside her house in Bandipora district of Jammu and Kashmir
Mehbooba Mufti's nepotism may divert youths from mainstream; Centre must step in to end legacy of corruption in Kashmir
After being accused of nepotism in KVIB recruitment, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti sought to divert public discourse in her state by visiting New Delhi and raking up the 'conflict over Kashmir' to downplay the ‘conflict in Kashmir’
As National Conference raises pitch for autonomy for J&K, party's hopes lie in strengthening youth base
The young cadres of Jammu and Kashmir's National Conference seem to have induced a fresh lease of life into the party, which had been pushed to the margins after the killing of former Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani
Srinagar: National Conference president Farooq Abdullah on Monday said the Kashmir issue is "political" and delay in its resolution would only deteriorate the situation further.
Chandigarh: BJP national president Amit Shah said the 'Kashmir problem' emerged because of Congress, expressing confidence that Narendra Modi led NDA government will soon control the present situation in the Valley.
Political churning has begun over possible changes in who governs Jammu and Kashmir. Tensions are high between the main coalition partners: PDP and the BJP. A series of meetings were underway on Friday. Even if this does not lead to an immediate split, recent events have certainly put the coalition on thin ice.
Srinagar bypoll: Farooq Abdullah's win may rejuvenate his career, but voter boycott sends Centre a message
The victory of Farooq Abdullah from Srinagar's Lok Sabha seat will rejuvenate the political career of the National Conference patron, who used every card from separatism to a soft pro-Pakistan line ahead of elections.
Abdullah said the youth throwing stones have nothing to do with tourism, even though it remains the lifeline and primary source of income for Kashmir.
Senior Supreme Court lawyer and National Panthers Party (NPP) chief Bhim Singh on Wednesday defended stone pelters by saying that the youth of Kashmir had reasons to revolt against the government. “Our party doesn’t condemn stone pelting by youth. We support them as they do it to press for their demands,” Singh said, while addressing a press conference in Jammu.
PDP chief Mehbooba met Amit Shah amid rising speculation about J&K govt formation but there was no clear indication whether they have made any headway.