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PDP govt pushing youth towards militancy, says Omar Abdullah
Indian Express

Farooq, Omar, Mir, others pay tributes to Abdul Kalam

National Conference President Farooq Abdullah and Working President Omar Abdullah Tuesday expressed grief over the demise of Former President of India, Dr APJ Abul Kalam. Expressing their heartfelt condolences to  Kalam’s family, Farooq Abdullah and Omar ... Rising Kashmir, 1 day ago
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First Post.com

Farooq suspends Jt Secy, Vice Chairman JKCA

Excelsior Sports Correspondent SRINAGAR, July 25: President Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA), Dr Farooq Abdullah, who as per the elections claimed by the other faction of JKCA was dethroned from the president's post by Minister for ...
 Daily Excelsior.com4 days ago Display of ISIS flags expression of anger by youth who want to wake up nation: Farooq Abdullah  First Post.com5 days ago Kashmir in very bad shape, young generation on path of destruction: Farooq Abdullah  Zee News5 days ago Display of ISIS, Pakistan flags is expression of 'anger', says Farooq Abdullah  DNA5 days ago
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Centre flays Abdullah's remark

Srinagar: The Centre has condemned National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah's recent statement on Pakistani flags being displayed in Kashmir. I don't agree with him (Mr. Farooq Abdullah) at all. It's totally wrong and unjustifiable to support ...
 Kashmir Observer4 days ago Centre condemns Abdullah's remark on Pakistani flags being displayed in Kashmir  The Hindu5 days ago
India Today

IC-814 crisis: 'Advani didn't want militants released'

express news service Farooq Abdullah made these remarks at the release of former R&AW chief A S Dulat's book Kashmir: The Vajpayee Years. Bringing back into focus NDA's handling of the IC-814 hijack in 1999, former Jammu & Kashmir chief ...
 MSN News US1 week ago Farooq Abdullah didn't want deal with hijackers  India Today1 week ago IC-814 hijack: I don't think L K Advani wanted release of militants, says Farooq Abdullah  Indian Express1 week ago
State Times

Gunda raj unacceptable: Farooq Abdullah

National Conference patron and former Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah on Tuesday said that gunda raj was not acceptable even as he accused the ruling PDP-BJP alliance of being indifferent to the problems of people in the state.I am very sorry to say ...
 5 Dariya News - English1 week ago Abdullah alleges hooliganism on part of Govt  Daily Excelsior.com1 week ago Farooq holds press conference at JKCA Hqs, claims to have regained premises  State Times1 week ago ‘We will proceed against DIG, Div Com for supervising trespassing’  State Times1 week ago
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Communal prejudices & lack of loyalty

Farooq Abdullah, SAS Geelani and Venkaiah Naidu care more for Islam & Hinduism than Kashmir or India. Like communal Congress the communal NC, APHC and BJP never demanded retrieval of POK, the only solution to Kashmir problem. Till genuinely ...
 Kashmir Observer2 days ago
First Post.com

35 members attend meeting called by Abdullah's faction

Srinagar, Jul 24 (PTI) In a show of strength, Farooq Abdullah today claimed that 35 out of the 64 members of the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) attended a meeting called by his faction here. "We had a meeting of the Working Committee ...
 Press Trust of India5 days ago JKCA Row: 35 Members Attend Farooq's Meet  HT Syndication5 days ago 35 of 64 JKCA members attend meeting called by Farooq Abdullah's faction  First Post.com5 days ago 35 of 64 JKCA members attend JKCA meeting called by Farooq  Kashmir Times5 days ago
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PTI - ABDULLAH-SUBSIDY - Leave it to conscience of MPs to give up LPG subsidy: Farooq

ABDULLAH-SUBSIDY - Leave it to conscience of MPs to give up LPG subsidy: Farooq Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Srinagar, Jul 24 (PTI) Former Union Minister Farooq Abdullah today said it should be left to the conscience of the members of parliament ...
 Namibia Press Agency5 days ago Leave it to conscience of MPs to give up LPG subsidy: Farooq  Rising Kashmir5 days ago
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Weekly Voice

Farooq Abdullah Says Vajpayee Gave In To Terrorists

New Delhi: Releasing five terrorists in lieu of Rubaiya Sayeed, daughter of Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohamed Sayeed in 1989 was a grave mistake, said Farooq Abdullah, former J&K chief minister. Abdullah was speaking at a discussion on ...
 Weekly Voice5 days ago New Delhi forced me to release militants for Mufti's daughter: Farooq  Pakistan Observer1 week ago Exchanging terrorists for Mufti's daughter compromised national interest: Farooq  Prokerala1 week ago Release of terrorists for Mufti's daughter was a mistake: Farooq Abdullah  IndiaTV News1 week ago
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Pakistan Observer

Dulat's book story of half truths It is a thesis on Farooq Abdullah: Prof Saifuddin Soz

Senior Congress leader and former Union Minister Prof Saifuddin Soz Thursday said that spy master A.S.Dulat's book is a story of half truths.In a statement to CNS, Soz said that, i saw Dulat's book, Kashmir - The Vajpayee Years which is essentially ...
 5 Dariya News - English6 days ago Dulat's book story of half truths and a thesis on Farooq Abdullah: Soz  Pakistan Observer6 days ago Dulat's book is story of half- truth: Soz  Daily Excelsior.com6 days ago Dulat’s book a story of half-truths: Soz  Rising Kashmir6 days ago
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