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‘End of hostilities between Indo-Pak will have major impact on furtherance of peace in JK’ Srinagar: National Conference (NC) on Wednesday welcomed renewed engagement between India and Pakistan, saying that the end of hostilities between the two nations will have a major impact on the furtherance of peace in Jammu and Kashmir. In a statement, Party spokesperson Imran Nabi Dar said that the thaw in the Indo-Pakistan relations is bound to have a positive impact…

Bandipora: People’s Democratic Party Leader from Nesbal area of north Kashmir’s Bandipora district, Yasir Reshi on Sunday formally resigned from the party. Talking to the news agency Kashmir News Observer, Yasir Reshi said that he has formally sent his resignation to the party. He said that he had already parted ways with the party leadership about two years ago and today he has formally resigned from the party. On being asked about which party he…

Srinagar: In a major setback to the Mehbooba led Peoples Democratic Party senior leader and ex-MLC Mohammad Khurshid Alam on Sunday resigned from the basic membership of the party. While talking to news agency Kashmir Dot Com Alam said, “due to internal matters with the party and controversies over the party agenda, I decided to quit the party”. Alam said that he has no future plan of joining any other political party as of now,…

Srinagar: The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) president and former chief minister Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday said that the way to peace passes through Jammu Kashmir and that there is a need to reciprocate over the peace offer by Pakistan. Speaking to media men on the sidelines of the function at Kulgam, Mehbooba said that peace can’t prevail in Jammu and Kashmir until and unless the roads leading to Pakistan and the other side of Kashmir…

‘Says no development taking place anywhere in J&K’ ‘DDC members shouldn’t be used as photo-opportunity, diplomatic tools’ ‘Hope commitment to ceasefire pact will bring two nations closer’ Kulgam: National Conference vice-president and the former chief minister of erstwhile state of J&K Omar Abdullah Thursday said that he doesn’t see Assembly elections taking place in 2021 as Delimitation Commission has been given one year extension and who knows whether the commission would get more extension in…

Jammu: Congress party workers on Tuesday burnt an effigy of senior party leader Ghulam Nabi Azad and raised slogans against him in a protest in Jammu. This comes as Azad praised Narendra Modi at the G-23 event in the state saying that he speaks frankly about his past as a tea-seller and never tried to hide his background from the world. Targeting Azad, Shahnawaz Choudhary, General Secretary of Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee said…

‘This is limit of injustice. Should we talk about it or remain silent’ Srinagar: Former Chief Minister of PDP-BJP coalition in erstwhile Jammu and Kashmir State, Mehbooba Mufti, on Tuesday said , “our Lands are being sold, our sand contracts are being given to non-locals, local business is being killed, our jobs are sold to outsiders and after all this, the Government has imposed silence on Kashmir, nobody is allowed to talk.” Mehbooba Mufti said that…

Srinagar: Former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Farooq Abdullah on Tuesday received a vaccine shot at the Sher Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) in Srinagar. Taking to Twitter, Omar Abdullah while sharing the picture of his father getting inoculated thanked doctors, “Thank you to the doctors, nurses and staff at SKIMS, Srinagar. Today my 85-year-old father and my mother had their first COVID jab.” “My father has a number of health issues including…

New Delhi: After the event in Jammu attended by G-23 members and Gulam Nabi Azad’s remarks on Prime Minister Narendra Modi created a storm in the state Congress unit, the PCC chief Gulam Ahmed Mir went to Delhi to meet Congress general secretary incharge organisation KC Venugopal and state incharge Rajni Patil on Monday. News Agency ANI reported, Mir has apprised the leadership about the situation in the state, the sentiments and political condition following…

Srinagar: The Government of India is set to give extension to the tenure of delimitation commission constituted by it last year for fixing boundaries of Assembly and parliamentary segments of Jammu & Kashmir, sources disclosed. Highly placed sources told news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO) that the panel set-up on March 6, last year is expected to get extension of six months or one year to carry out its work. “The Commission’s work was severely hampered…