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Kashmir had no space for BJP Modi changed that Pandit leader
Hindustan Times

Kashmir had no space for BJP Modi changed that Pandit leader

After two decades, Moti Kaul has returned to his birthplace, Fateh Kadal in Srinagar, to fight an election. Moti Kaul in an interview with HT in New Delhi on Monday. (Saumya Khandelwal/HT Photo) His party, the BJP, has started an audacious ... Hindustan Times, 2 months ago

Arrest of Rage Boy Shakeel, Kin Seek Whereabouts

SRINAGAR The family members of downtown Srinagar youth nicknamed Islamic Rage Boy by the Western media, Friday said that they are unaware about the whereabouts of their son. They said that their son Shakeel Ahmed Bhat was rearrested by police ...
 Kashmir Observer1 week ago

Hurriyet Gazetecilik ve Matbaacilik A S : Gilani's forum demands release of Shakeel Butt

Forum patronised by the veteran Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani , terming the continued illegal detention of Hurriyet leader, Shakeel Ahmad Butt , as illegal and unjustified, has demanded his immediate release. The forum spokesman, Ayaz Akbar , ...
 4 Traders3 weeks ago

Pattern of violence unchanged: JKCCS

SRINAGAR, Dec 31: Jammu Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society (JKCCS) today said that in comparison to previous years, 2014 had a slight increase in violence related incidents across Jammu and Kashmir. In a statement, a spokesperson of JKCCS said ...
 Kashmir Times4 weeks ago

Srinagar records highest voter turnout since 1987

Fayaz Bukhari Long queue of voters at Lawaypora, Srinagar (left) and border belt of Samba (right) on Sunday. -Excelsior pics by Amin War & Gautam Srinagar, Dec 14: People in Kashmir valley today braved chilly weather conditions, defied ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago

Campaigning for 4th phase ends in J&K

Curtains came down on high-profile campaigning for 18 Assembly segments of Jammu and Kashmir on Friday evening as the state is set to witness crucial fourth phase of the five-phased election on December 14. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP president Amit ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
New Indian Express

J and K's Once 'No-go' Zones See Rise in Campaigning

SRI NAGAR: In a marked shift from the none-too-distant past when militancy raged in the Valley, the banners and posters of mainstream political parties now adorn the separatist enclaves in the city's downtown areas. All eight Assembly ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

No Go Areas in Downtown Srinagar No More No-go Areas for Mainstream Parties

SRINAGAR: The buntings, banners and posters of mainstream parties including the saffron Bharatiya Janta Party stand tall in the once-no go areas for mainstream politicians in downtown Srinagar. All the eight Assembly constituencies of Srinagar ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Yummy winter delight, Harisa surfaces in markets

SRINAGAR, Dec 4: With the onset of the winter season in valley the mouth watering Harisa dish has once again surfaced in markets having food lovers flocking around to taste the tempting cuisine. Harisa-a winter delight for the people in valley is a ...
 Kashmir Times1 month ago

Flood affected residents cry foul in relief distribution

SRINAGAR, Dec 3: Three months have passed after the devastating floods hit Kashmir, however, most of the affected families are yet to receive any compensation. Residents from several areas complained that despite running from pillar to post they ...
 Kashmir Times1 month ago
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