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Sep 25, 2017
Jammu and Kashmir: BJP asks Mehbooba Mufti to prosecute over 90 govt officials named in corruption casesJammu and Kashmir unit of BJP on Sunday asked chief minister Mehbooba Mufti to give sanction to prosecute over 90 government officials named in graft cases
Apr 21, 2017
Jammu and Kashmir coalition may survive current stress, but BJP-PDP partnership is on thin icePolitical 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.
Apr 17, 2017
Kashmir human shield: We need diplomacy and tact, brute force won't subdue the ValleyThe most famous instance of the use of a human shield in battle is in the Mahabharata.
Apr 11, 2017
Postponing Kashmir's Anantnag bypoll is a good idea, going ahead would have risked a bloodbathThe decision to postpone the by-election for the Anantnag seat is welcome. After the violence that accompanied the by-election for the Srinagar seat on Sunday, going ahead with Wednesday’s slated bypoll would have been bull-headed foolishness. Elections are meant to include people in the processes of governance, not for piling up bodies.
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.
May 31, 2016
Mehbooba on Kashmiri Pandits: Cat and pigeon analogy distorted by media, oppositionChief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Tuesday said Kashmiri Pandits will have to be housed in "inclusive" transit camps in the Valley till they get the confidence to return to their native places without security.