Ravinder Raina re-elected as Jammu and Kashmir BJP president in presence of Union minister Harsh Vardhan, party national secretary Tarun Chugh
Ravinder Raina was on Wednesday reelected the Jammu and Kashmir BJP president at the party headquarters
Jammu and Kashmir BJP unit to meet tomorrow to initiate process for organisational polls, says state election in-charge
'The election process will start on Thursday and the entire exercise will take about four months' said state election in-charge S Varinderjeet Singh
Article 370, 35A are ‘anti-India’, says Jammu and Kashmir BJP chief Ravinder Raina amid rising tensions in state
Jammu and Kashmir BJP chief Ravinder Raina on Monday said that Article 370 and 35A are 'anti-India Articles'. In the backdrop of additional deployment of forces in the Valley an uneasy calm has enveloped the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
Police ordered to provide details of mosques in Kashmir; Centre slams NC, PDP for creating panic on security deployment
The Jammu and Kashmir administration has ordered the police to immediately provide details of the mosques in the Valley where the Centre has moved additional forces fuelling speculation by the regional parties on the fate of Article 35A that gives special status to the state
BJP to hold meeting with J&K unit to discuss political atmosphere in state, party's preparedness for Assembly elections
BJP's central leadership will hold a meeting with the core group of its Jammu and Kashmir unit on Tuesday to discuss the political atmosphere in the state.
Jammu and Kashmir local body polls, Part IV: Miscreants set panchayat offices on fire to 'warn' contestants, voters
Nearly a dozen panchayat buildings have been set on fire by arsonists after the announcement of Urban Local Body and Panchayat Polls in Jammu and Kashmir. The message is clear: no matter what, no one should take part in the upcoming polls
Ahead of urban Local body polls next month, Jammu and Kashmir BJP releases first list of 380 candidates, including 120 women
The list of the candidates included 120 women activists of the party covering municipal corporations, municipal councils and municipal committees of Jammu region, a spokesman of the party said.
BJP announces 8-member panel to draw strategy for upcoming Jammu and Kashmir panchayat, municipality polls
The Jammu and Kashmir unit of the BJP on Saturday said that it has formed an eight-member committee for the upcoming panchayat and municipal elections in the state.
Amit Shah in J&K: BJP chief lambasts PDP, Congress, invokes Syama Prasad Mookherjee's 'historic martyrdom'
Amit Shah accused the PDP of corruption, compromising the alliance agenda for political gains and wilfully neglecting the growth of Jammu and Ladakh.
Amit Shah in Jammu and Kashmir: BJP president reviews party's strategy, preparation ahead of 2019 Lok Sabha polls
BJP president Amit Shah on Saturday reviewed the party's preparations and strategy for the Lok Sabha election due next year.
Ravinder Raina said it is an act of cowards after the BJP exposed the nefarious designs of Pakistan which claims to be an Islamic country.
The much-awaited reshuffle of the Jammu and Kashmir coalition ministry will be done on Monday, with Governor NN Vohra extending an invitation for the event
Jammu and Kashmir deputy chief minister Nirmal Singh resigns ahead of cabinet reshuffle, Kavinder Gupta to be sworn in
Jammu and Kashmir deputy chief minister Nirmal Singh has resigned ahead of Monday's reshuffle of the Jammu and Kashmir cabinet, according to several media reports.
The much-awaited reshuffle of the Jammu & Kashmir coalition ministry will be done on Monday, with Governor NN Vohra on Sunday extending a formal invitation
Mehbooba Mufti calls for dialogue with Pakistan, finds little support in country plagued by terrorist attacks
Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti's call for dialogue with Pakistan was bound to draw reaction and many stepped up to respond to her words.
'Kashmiri militants are martyrs, their deaths should not be celebrated', says PDP MLA Aijaz Ahmad Mir
PDP MLA Aijaz Ahmad Mir described the Kashmiri militants killed by Indian security forces as "martyrs", adding that their deaths should not be celebrated
As per government figures, there are over 6,000 Rohingya refugees who are living in different areas of the Jammu city, a predominately Hindu majority area and are settled there for more than six years now.