J&K a 'jewel' of country, govt will soon come out with industrial package for Union Territory: Piyush Goyal
After J&K came under Governor's rule in June 2018, the development work gained speed and with the bifurcation of the erstwhile state into UTs, many central laws which were not applicable and depriving the people of their rights came into force
Saifuddin Soz echoes Musharraf, says Kashmiris' first choice is freedom; BJP compares Congress leader to LeT
Soz argued that the Centre should first open dialogue with Hurriyat Conference before moving to mainstream parties to find a solution to the Kashmir issue.
Tassaduq Mufti, the brother of chief minister Mehbooba Mufti, received brickbats for swearing in the name of 'dog' instead of 'God' at the time of his induction.
Jammu and Kashmir Congress says Centre has made a U-turn on Kashmir policy by appointing interlocutor
Jammu and Kashmir Congress unit asked centre to make its roadmap for talks with stakeholders public, alleging it had made a U-turn on its Kashmir policy by appointing a special representative
Mehbooba Mufti, Centre must bridge rifts fast as differences over Article 35A, handling insurgency grow
It is important that Mehbooba Mufti and Narendra Modi reach a cohesive understanding on how best to move forward, for the challenge is huge.
Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Sunday said ensuring the protection of the state's special position under Article 370 while extending the GST to Jammu and Kashmir was the great achievement for the PDP-BJP government.
There is little doubt that notwithstanding any achievement of Narendra Modi in the economic field or in partially curbing the saffron hotheads, Kashmir will be the scene of his biggest failure unless he is able to accomplish a dramatic breakthrough in the near future.
Kashmir resents Delhi effort to change character of the Valley: Ex-RAW chief AS Dulat tells Firstpost
Former RAW chief AS Dulat has worked in Kashmir for several years having served as the Intelligence Bureau's (IB) special director in Srinagar during former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s tenure
Kashmir unrest: Cancellation of Anantnag bypolls is huge gain for pro-freedom sentiment in the Valley
Election Commission of India’s decision to cancel the Anantnag parliamentary bypolls may have come as a relief for the ruling PDP, but it is a huge gain for pro-freedom sentiment in the Valley
Kashmir unrest: Faith in mainstream politics crumbles in Valley, with growing calls for PDP-BJP split
In the Kashmir Valley, the return of normalcy after last year’s unrest following Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani’s killing has proved to be superficial
The BJP on Monday said there were no differences between coalition partners in Jammu and Kashmir and the state government was "working well".
The Army on Thursday ordered an internal inquiry into an incident in which a Kashmiri youth was tied to the front of an army jeep to avoid stone pelting attacks in Budgam district.
Both, in 2008 and 2010, the Kashmiris pelted stones, waved Pakistani flags and shouted pro-militant slogans
An alarming spurt in violence in early spring has been marked by attacks on civilians by militants, the army using a civilian as a shield against stone-pelters, the lowest ever voter turn-out in a parliamentary by-election and the use of social media as a tool to stoke passions.
Srinagar bypoll: Separatists call for 2-day strike after clash with security forces kill 7 Kashmiris
Separatists called for a 2-day strike from Monday in Jammu and Kashmir to protest the death of 7 persons during voting for Srinagar Lok Sabha bypoll.
National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah, who is contesting the bypoll to Srinagar Lok Sabha seat, on Sunday claimed that the PDP-BJP government had failed to provide a conducive atmosphere for peaceful election after clashes erupted during polling.
Srinagar bypolls: Farooq Abdullah's pro-separatist stand may be a poll gimmick, but has captured public imagination
Only time will tell whether Farooq Abdullah's pro-separatist stand is a change in heart of the party or a mere election gimmick, but his utterances have caught the public imagination and raised few eyebrows.
Expressing grief over the killing of three youths in security forces firing, National Conference president Farooq Abdullah on Tuesday blamed the Centre and state government for the "alarming situation" and advocated talks with all stakeholders.
When the late Mufti Mohammad Sayeed decided to enter his party into wedlock with a surging BJP in Jammu and Kashmir, he described it as the coming together of the "North Pole and South Pole"