Sajad Lone's J&K People's Conference quits PAGD, accuses other members of fielding proxy candidates in DDC polls
In a letter to PAGD head and National Conference president Farooq Abdullah, Lone also blamed the proxy candidates behind the low vote share of PAGD constituent parties in the district development council (DDC) elections
An IMD official said while Srinagar had recorded minus 8.3 degrees Celsius in 1995, the temperature has fallen to minus 11.3 degrees Celsius in 1991
Quoting preliminary investigation, officers said the motorcycle was left behind by a suspected terrorist who is believed to have moved into the nearby forest
Kashmir: Flights suspended, highway closed due to heavy snowfall for fourth consecutive day in Valley
However, an IMD official has said the weather is likely to improve from today afternoon and that there was no forecast of any major snowfall from 7 till 14 January
One pistol, three magazines, 35 bullets and five hand grenades were recovered. This was third instance in Poonch after a 3-member module of Jammu and Kashmir Gazanvi Force was busted
Mehbooba Mufti slams Centre for 'criminalising dissent', says J&K parties are 'everybody's favourite whipping boy'
The former CM said the Gupkar Alliance has vowed to fight for the restoration of Jammu and Kashmir's special status through democratic and peaceful means
According to a police official, militants lobbed the grenade towards security personnel, but the grenade missed the intended target and exploded in a market
Fast-track courts for rape cases only solution for justice, says ex-J&K women commission chief as sexual crimes rise in Kashmir
Vasundhara Pathak Masoodi says she continues to receive complaints from distressed women even a year after the J&K State Women Commission was abolished by the governnment
In Kashmir's struggle between 'national integrity' and 'identity', land has remained a quiet catalyst around its politics
When politics around ‘identity’ and ‘development’ has juxtaposed in Kashmir, land would always be the centrepiece.
Shopian 'fake encounter': Jammu and Kashmir Police files chargesheet against Army officer, two others
Earlier, a Court of Inquiry had found prima facie evidence that troops had 'exceeded' powers under the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA)
'Some in Delhi trying to teach me democracy': Modi slams Congress for not holding panchayat polls in Puducherry
Rahul Gandhi, in a recent attack on the Modi government over the farmers' agitation, had said that there is 'no democracy' in India
'The scheme will provide free of cost insurance cover to all the residents of the UT of Jammu and Kashmir,' the PMO said
Several of the candidates from smaller parties and independents won the District Development Commission (DDC) polls in Jammu And Kashmir on the promise that they were the right candidates to resolve the developmental issues
A police spokesperson said the Special Operations Group had set up a checkpoint in the area after getting a reliable input regarding the movement of terrorists with automatic weapons
Action has been initiated to retrieve agricultural land that has been occupied by 'non-farmers' in an unauthorised manner, Singh said
J&K DDC polls: Vouching for Article 370 brings little gain for Gupkar Alliance with high voter turnout, stellar show by Independents
The political exercise in Jammu and Kashmir offers a few indications and markers about the Union Territory’s future and the changing dynamics between a troubled region and the Indian state.
With the BJP getting its first electoral victories in the Valley, there appears to be a slow but tangible shift in the political winds in the Union Territory
Besides PAGD and BJP, Independent candidates have won 49, Congress 26, Apni Party 12, PDF and National Panthers Party two each and BSP one
While Narendra Modi was speaking at Aligarh Muslim University, the BJP was emerging as the single largest party in the Jammu and Kashmir District Development Council elections.
The move drew a strong reaction from his party, which said these properties were "largely ancestral" and he would challenge the action in a court of law