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Can Omar's ex-wife stay at Lutyen's bungalow? Court to decide today
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Can Omar's ex-wife stay at Lutyen's bungalow? Court to decide ...

The Delhi High Court will today hear a plea of Payal Abdullah, the estranged wife of former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah to retain the official residence or get an alternate government accommodation on security grounds.On Tuesday, Payal failed to get any relief from a Delhi court which directed her to vacate the bungalow in Lutyen's Zone where she has been living since 1999.On the last date of hearing on August 12, the high court had extended till August 16 the ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago

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Four Amarnath pilgrims dead; toll rises to 15

    Four Amarnath pilgrims died due to cardiac arrest en route to the cave shrine in Kashmir Himalayas over the past three days, taking the death toll in this year's pilgrimage to 15, officials said in Srinagar on Sunday. Rajinder Singh, 35, from Punjab, died due to cardiac arrest at Baltal base camp in Ganderbal district, a police official said. He said R C Bose, 58, from West Bengal also died due to heart attack at Baltal base camp. Mohan Lal, 65, hailing from Ujjain in Madhya ...
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The AIADMK MP so in love with Kashmir and its saffron

Parliament may have unanimously appealed to the people of the Kashmir valley to restore peace and harmony but one particular Rajya Sabha member seemed too overwhelmed by his emotions. Taking part in the discussion of the situation in the Valley on Wednesday, All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam MP Navaneethakrishnan couldn't hide his love for Kashmir. Sample some of his statements: "'Kashmir, beautiful Kashmir; Kashmir, wonderful Kashmir'. Sir (RS Deputy Chairman P J Kurien), this is a ...
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Pak continues to needle India: Sharif says he's obliged to raise voice for 'oppressed' Kashmiris

Needling India yet again, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said that he was "obliged" to become the voice of the "oppressed" people of Kashmir and would "leave no stone unturned" to make the world understand the "plight" of the people in the Valley. Sharif also shot off letters to UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon and UN high commissioner for human rights Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, urging efforts to end "persistent and egregious violation of basic human rights" of the ...
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Sena denies 'targeting' Centre over Kashmir unrest

The Shiv Sena on Monday defended its party chief Uddhav Thackeray's demand of proclaiming India a 'Hindu state', saying they are not attacking the government and have just put forward their views as allowed in a democracy."Kashmir is a symbol of nationalism. It's our pride. It is a very sensitive subject for us. Kashmir is an integral part of India and, therefore, it doesn't suit for a country like ours that the people of Kashmir are being targeted. Whatever is happening in Kashmir is not ...
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We Pakistanis should support our Kashmiri brothers: Hafiz Saeed

Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed said that the ongoing protests on the Indian side of Kashmir would be intensified and warned that the deaths in the region would not be in vain.Addressing a meet in Lahore on Tuesday, Saeed said, "This time the people in Kashmir are on streets. This protest has become a mass movement. All groups in Kashmir have united. All the wings of the Hurriyat have become one. The Muttahida Jihad Council and all other groups have come on to the same ...
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Violence continues to sweep the Valley: Latest updates

Violence continues to scorch south Kashmir following the killing of ‘poster-boy’ militant Burhan Wani with the death toll going up to 34. On Tuesday, Jammu-Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti finally broke her silence and spoke up about the violence asking people to keep calm and try to maintain peace in the Valley. Here are the latest updates.   1. The death toll has gone up to 34 with one more youth being killed on Tuesday. Authorities confirmed death of ...
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7 reasons why netas don't want to leave Lutyens' bungalows

Officials say many politicians and retired bureaucrats make every effort to stay in these government bungalows despite having completed their terms, reports Sahil Makkar Earlier this week, authorities had to evict the estranged wife of former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah from the 7 Akbar Road bungalow, allotted to the family 17 years ago. Since no family member is a Union minister or chief minister, an eviction notice was served.  Officials ...
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Modis Independence Day speech: Fighting talk, but no battle plan

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Independence Day speech is likely to be remembered for its footnotes. The strategic portents of the Prime Minister's concluding remarks on Pakistan in which he contrasted how Indians mourned for Pakistan's terror victims while "the other side, which glorifies terrorists', are certain to be debated for months, and perhaps years, to come.Two elements of the speech are key: the almost toss-away reference to Balochistan, the first ever in an Indian Prime ...
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'Modi has put Islamabad on the mat'

The Indian position has never been correctly articulated by successive governments, says security expert Ajay Sahni. Welcoming Prime Minister Narendra Modi's strong assertion at the all-party meeting on the atrocities being carried out on the people of Balochistan and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir by Pakistan, security expert Ajay Sahni on Saturday said the statement squarely puts Islamabad on the mat. Speaking to ANI, Sahni said the statement coming from the Prime Minister itself, is ...
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