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PDP, Congress likely to form alliance backed by NC for Jammu and Kashmir govt; Governor's Rule in state ends in December
In a potentially far-reaching realignment of political forces in Jammu and Kashmir, the PDP, Congress and the National Conference appear to be joining hands to form a popular government, sources in the three parties indicated on Tuesday.
Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra has called an all-party meeting in Srinagar on Friday to discuss the situation in the wake of the implementation of governor's rule in the state
On second day of Governor's Rule in Jammu and Kashmir, NN Vohra okays setting up of State Administrative Council
Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra on Thursday approved the establishment of State Administrative Council and also reviewed all the major matters which were pending approval of the chief minister, when the PDP-BJP government collapsed.
Former chief minister Omar Abdullah had demanded the dissolution of the Assembly so that the process of holding early elections in Jammu and Kashmir could be started.
Congress claims Mehbooba Mufti govt transported 800 youths from Jammu for Rajnath Singh's function in Kashmir
The Jammu and Kashmir Congress alleged that the state government transported 800 children and youths from Jammu to attend a sports function of Rajnath Singh.
Jammu and Kashmir: Oppn attacks govt over diktat barring employees from airing political views on social media
National Conference said the Jammu and Kashmir government's gag order on use of social media was aimed at defaming and vilifying lakhs of state employees
The Jammu and Kashmir Congress on Tuesday accused the PDP-BJP government of creating controversies to serve its vested interests and divert the people's attention from its alleged misrule
Hundreds of people gathered outside Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Geelani's residence in Kashmir, demanding that the shutdown, which is in its fifth month, must continue, despite the costs
Mehbooba Mufti, said on Monday that the demand for raising a cluster of ‘Sainik colonies,’ inside the Kashmir valley, was raised by the state subjects, who are serving in the armed forces, but has not been fulfilled so far.
Describing PDP-BJP dispensation in Jammu and Kashmir as a "U-turn" government, former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Monday attacked the ruling coalition
The BJP is in a position to pick the winner in the J&K government sweepstakes, but if it wants to keep its long-term MIssion 44 intact, it will have to yield prime space to a Valley party.