Farooq Abdullah says Kashmiris love Pakistan! Srinagar, Publish Date: Apr 29 2016 11:33PM | Updated Date: Apr 29 2016 11:33PM File Photo Farooq Abdullah's recent admission that Kashmiris' love for Pakistan cannot be changed by giving packages is ... Greater Kashmir, 2 days ago
After former Union Minister Farooq Abdullah, it is now the turn of former Prime Minister and JDs supremo HD Devegowda to come to the defence of liquor baron Vijay Mallya who is now said to be in London. Addressing a Press conference in Bengaluru ...New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago
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Ashok Bhan Uttarakhand High Court has stopped the misuse of Article 356 by setting aside the proclamation of imposing President Rule in Uttarakhand. This is yet another historical triumph of democracy and victory for the majesty of Law and ...Daily Excelsior.com, 1 week ago
The court order halting the publishing the oldest and the only newspaper in the Maldives on Thursday was met with shock and despair as public reactions poured in support of Haveeru. Most responded to the news with comments labelling it as a sad ...Haveeru Daily Online, 1 month ago MDP slams Haveeru halt as anti-freedom move Haveeru Daily Online, 1 month ago Nasheed slams order to halt Haveeru Haveeru Daily Online, 1 month ago Court order halts Maldives' only newspaper Haveeru Daily Online, 1 month ago
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has proved Supreme Court's special bench right by declaring in its affidavit that as much as Rs 557.08 crore was being paid to 'voting members' for the financial year 2014-15. The affidavit ...DNA India, 1 month ago
In the words of a senior PDP leader, the party, in order to continue its alliance with the BJP, only needs 'a long spoon to sup with the devil,' says Athar Parvaiz. When the voters of Kashmir helped Mehbooba Mufti's Peoples Democratic Party improve its tally of seats from 16 in the 2002 assembly election to 21 in 2008 in the 87-member Jammu and Kashmir assembly, it was mainly because of its lesser-evil sobriquet which the PDP had earned by projecting itself as a pro-Kashmiri party, that too ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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