Farooq Abdullah

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‘Govt couldn’t rehabilitate 30 families, how can they bring back thousands?’

25 years since Kashmiri Pandits left their homes, The Indian Express tracks families who returned.


The two women carrying BJP’s hopes in Kashmir valley

She has a tough contest with sitting National Conference MLA Nassir Aslam Wani deciding to recontest.


Abrogation of Article 370 will lead to massive unrest: Farooq Abdullah

Abdullah urged his party workers to stand behind his son and current Chief Minister Omar in this crucial election.


PDP MLA Iftikhar Hussain Ansari passes away

Ansari was nominated as an MLC in 1973 on Congress ticket but switched to Janata Party in 1977.


16 ex-UPA ministers told to leave bungalows: Government

Lok Sabha z Naidu says they owe Rs 21 lakh for 1-month overstay


Omar Abdullah’s six year rule: The shrinking of a CM

He came promising hope, and is now going into elections fighting charges of an ineffective regime that failed to pursue Kashmir’s cause.


Farooq Abdullah won’t contest Assembly polls, says Omar

Senior Abdullah lost the recent Lok Sabha polls from Srinagar constituency, the first electoral defeat since he joined politics.

Farooq rakes up amnesty issue for stone throwers

Hundreds of youths involved in stone pelting incidents are at present in police custody and many them are also on the run after they have been been booked under the Public Safety Act

Victory in J&K mandate for national integration, says BJP

Sharma, who defeated his nearest Congress rival by a huge margin, thanked the people of the state for voting in favour of BJP.

Farooq Abdullah, Ghulam Nabi Azad trail in Jammu and Kashmir

Abdullah, who has never lost an election from the state, had polled 43,835 votes whereas Karra polled 65,576 votes.


Queues and empty booths in Srinagar of contrasts

At a polling station at Bogu, of the 1102 registered, only 12 people had cast their votes till afternoon.


Tragedy for the state if India becomes communal: Farooq Abdullah

Farooq said that we will join hands with secular forces to fight the communal forces.

Amid boycott call, strict vigil in Srinagar

Compared to past elections mainstream parties are hoping that more people will come out to vote this time.

Cops crack down on stone-pelters in J&K

500 detained in Valley in last four days.


Modi hits out at Farooq Abdullah, says his family communalised J&K

Modi sahib, you do not have the courage to come to Kashmir to seek votes, Omar said.