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Kashmiri Pandits demand right to vote

While the separatists in Kashmir keep trying to boycott the election process for it being ‘Indian’,New Delhi saw a strange dichotomy with Kashmiri Pandits organising a silent protest to demand for their right to vote.

Pro-Taliban cleric says jehad ‘not mandatory’ in Kashmir

Contradicting militant groups’ claim that they were engaged in ‘jehad’ in Kashmir,a hardline Pakistani cleric…

Jehad is ‘not mandatory’ in Kashmir,says pro-Taliban cleric

A hardline Pakistani cleric said jehad is “not mandatory” in the Indian state as people there are not demanding Sharia.

Low turnout at Anantnag may upset poll calculations in Valley

The relatively low turnout of 26 per cent at Anantnag,which went to polls on Thursday in the third phase of the Lok Sabha elections.

Three’s a crowd in Baramulla

It was supposed to be two people fighting each other to victory,until separatist leader Sajad Ghani Lone entered the ring making it a free for all contest to the Baramulla Lok Sabha seat.

Separatists upbeat with low voter turnout

As fewer people turned out to vote in south Kashmir on Thursday,the separatists are upbeat terming it a success of their boycott call.

Tourism still down in J&K on Taliban fears

With earlier reports of presence of Taliban in Kashmir and the ongoing elections,tourist arrivals in the troubled state have come down to trickle.

Four per cent voting in Anantnag in the first two hours

Nearly four per cent of the 11.65 lakh electorate exercised their franchise in Anantnag parliamentary constituency in the initial two hours of voting.

Anantnag set to go to polls

The stage is set for polling on Thursday in Anantnag parliamentary constituency,spread over four districts of south Kashmir,amid tight security arrangements in view of poll boycott called by separatists.

50-hour anti poll strike announced in Kashmir

A curfew-like situation prevailed in Kashmir following a 50-hour strike called by separatists to protest against holding of polls in Jammu and Kashmir.

JKNPP demands repoll in seats with less than 50% turnout

Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party demanded re-polling in parliamentary constituencies where less than 50 per cent voting has been recorded during the first two phases.

Troops wait for choppers in inhospitable Nawapachi Valley

From dropping rations to letters,choppers are a lifeline for troops positioned in the inhospitable Nawapachi Valley,dubbed by pilots as Kishtwar district’s Siachen.

Rahul Gandhi: Age-old ties with Kashmir

A nostalgic Congress leader Rahul Gandhi invoked his family,especially his grandmother and former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s,affection with Kashmir to strike a chord with locals in Anantnag.

Kashmiri Pandits deleted from voters rolls: BJP

BJP alleged that a large number of Kashmiri Pandit community members names were deleted from the rolls in the valley.

Top Lashkar militant shot dead in Mendhar in J-K

The slain militant has been identified as Abu Babar,self-styled deputy divisional commander of LeT,and a resident of Peshawar town of Pakistan.