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Desperate neighbours find Omar Abdullah’s gates ‘shut’

In contrast, PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti, who lives nearby, threw open the doors of her house to anybody who wanted to meet her.


‘We won’t align with BJP, not at all. At this point, it is looking like the main opposition’

In this Idea Exchange PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti explains why she is “disappointed” with Modi government.


Omar Abdullah declares himself CM candidate for J-K Assembly polls

Omar said the state govt was also preparing an amnesty scheme which will be announced in the next couple of days.

Free falling

For now, Congress does not show signs of being willing or able to remake its organisation and appeal


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.

Cong may go it alone in J-K Assembly polls

After losing all six Lok Sabha seats in the state, the relations between Congress and ally NC have got strained.

NC, Cong workers against alliance

Of the six Lok Sabha seats in the state, NC and Congress drew a blank while BJP and PDP won three seats each.


Future alliance with Cong to be decided by party workers: Omar Abdullah

Omar said he will abide by the decision of the party rank and file regarding any future alliance with the Congress.


Omar asks people to give reasons for NC’s defeat in LS polls

Omar said his party will learn lessons from this defeat and grow stronger.


NC routed in J&K, Farooq suffers first ever defeat

Omar Abdullah calls results ‘shocking’, takes responsibility for loss.

Baramulla MP fights PDP and disillusionment

Though urban pockets of Baramulla, Sopore, Bandipore and Pattan are expected to witness a boycott, the turnout could be heavy in rural areas.


Congress-NC heads divided into Ladakh

In Ladakh, the 1.6 lakh voters — the lowest in the state — have a choice of four candidates including Tsering Samphel of Congress and Thupstan Chewang of BJP.


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.


Farooq hits back: ‘Let Modi voters all jump into sea’

“They say those who do not vote for Modi should go to Pakistan. (I say) Those who vote for Modi should drown in the sea,” said Farooq.

Sayeed, however, was non-committal when asked if his PDP will join the NDA if the latter comes to power at the Centre. (PTI)

‘Beneath my dignity to clarify on NC claims of BJP alliance’

Sayeed said there are apprehensions that National Conference might resort to “tactical rigging” in Srinagar and Baramulla constituencies.