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Delhi Confidential: In thick of things

Meanwhile, there are also indications that Mehbooba is under pressure from her party’s old guard that in case she takes over as chief minister, the post of PDP president should be given to a party leader from outside the family.

Mehbooba Mufti breaks her silence: CBMs for J&K must to form govt

Denying any differences with the BJP, she said her party wants an assurance about the implementation of the agenda of alliance not from the BJP but the Central government.

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As Mehbooba takes time on J&K govt formation, BJP admits to ‘a delay’

In the 87-member J&K House, the PDP has 28 seats (now 27 following Sayeed’s death), BJP 25, NC 15, Congress 12 and others 7.

PIL against Article 35A: Special status to state permanent feature of Constitution, say J&K govt

Article 35 A accords special rights and privileges to J&K natives and empowers its legislature to frame any law without attracting a challenge on grounds of violating right to equality from other states or any other rights under Constitution.

Uproar, verbal duel in J-K Assembly over fund distribution

Lone and Gurezi entered into a verbal duel with Rashid but were later pacified after the Speaker intervened.

SC stays proceedings in Kunan Poshpora case

Coordinator of the J&K Coalition of Civil Society, which is fighting the case, said this puts a question mark on the the pro-people stance of the state govt

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Equitable development will be priority of BJP-PDP govt: Jitendra Singh

He said the government would be formed on a great degree of mutual respect.

‘Govt in J&K will be run from Nagpur’

Ghulam Nabi Azad talks to Muzamil Jaleel about Congress’s plan to oppose land ordinance, politics in J&K and Delhi.

J&K govt formation: PDP confirms 'track two' talks with BJP in progress

Mufti Sayeed has said that he was not interested in becoming CM, but wanted to clear the bad name brought by militants to the people of Kashmir.

J&K govt to do-away with security permit for Gurez valley tourists

Tourists visiting Gurez valley had to get security permission from police.

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