Abid Soffi IBNLive.com | December 1, 2014 17:14 PM Srinagar: Over 7.32 lakh voters will decide the fate of 90 candidates, including three ministers of the ruling National Conference (NC), who are in the fray for nine ... IBNLive India News, 2 weeks ago
Srinagar: Three ministers of the ruling National Conference are among the 90 candidates, who are in the fray for nine Assembly constituencies going to polls on December 2 in the second phase of the five-phased Legislative Assembly elections in ...IBNLive India News, 4 weeks ago 175 candidates in fray for 18 seats Kashmir Times, 1 month ago NC, BJP rebels, influential Independents among 175 left in fray for Phase-II Daily Excelsior.com, 1 month ago 2ND Phase: 175 in fray for 18 constituencies Kashmir Observer, 1 month ago
JAMMU: Four ministers of the Congress-NC coalition government, 16 former ministers and sitting legislators are among the 175 candidates, who are in the fray for 18 Assembly constituencies going to polls in the second phase on December 2 in Jammu and ...Economic Times, 1 month ago J&K: 4 Mins, 18 Legislators, Ex-Mins Among 175 in Fray for Phase 2 Outlook India, 1 month ago Jammu and Kashmir elections: 4 Mins, 18 Legislators, Ex-Mins among 175 in fray for phase 2 Financial Express, 1 month ago 4 Ministers, 18 Legislators, Ex-Mins among 175 in fray for phase 2: J&K polls The Statesman, 1 month ago
JAMMU: The scrutiny of 209 candidates who file their nomination papers for 2nd phase of Assembly Elections-2014 was held today in the offices of Returning officers of their respective constituencies, in which 183 candidates were found eligible ...Kashmir Observer, 1 month ago Nomination papers of 183 candidates cleared, 26 rejected Kashmir Observer, 1 month ago
We must repeal AFSPA to begin to heal Kashmir, and to enhance India's moral stature and that of the army, says Ajai Shukla A Kashmiri girl passes by a security personnel standing on guard on a deserted street in Srinagar. Photograph: Danish Ismail/Reuters Jammu & Kashmir remains in the news, mostly for negative reasons -- the devastating flood and its aftermath; ceasefire violations on the border; and for what is shaping up to be a communally polarised election. With New Delhi ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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