Modi wave hits Kashmir wall got less than 10000 votes across Valley

Modi wave hits Kashmir wall got less than 10000 votes across Valley

Even as the BJP had claimed that it had 4.5 lakh members in the Valley, the saffron party managed less than 20,000 votes from the three Lok Sabha seats in Kashmir. As this figure included 9,835 migrant votes, the BJP...
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Zakir Musa’s journey from tech student to most-wanted rebel from Valley

Zakir Musa’s journey from tech student to most-wanted rebel from Valley

From an engineering student to one of the most wanted militants, Zakir Musa’s journey had all ingredients of a Bollywood potboiler. Zakir Rashid Bhat, alias Zakir Musa (25), had joined the militant ranks in 2013 and four years later he...
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Engineer Rashid credits Facebook for getting over a lakh vote in Kashmir

Engineer Rashid credits Facebook for getting over a lakh vote in Kashmir

He ran the election campaign on his Facebook page and surprised everyone with over 1 lakh votes in his kitty. Engineer Rashid, an independent candidate from Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla constituency has become a challenger to regional parties in the...
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Indications what lies ahead in J&K post BJP 2.0

Indications what lies ahead in J&K post BJP 2.0

The right wing party’s stance on Kashmir and increased attempts to polarise Jammu will only aggravate the situation in the valley, which had witnessed unprecedented oppression accompanied by a rise in militancy under the previous Modi regime. Ever since exit...
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Despite the win, Modi can scrap 370, neither authority to decide next CM: Farooq Abdullah

Despite the win, Modi can scrap 370, neither authority to decide next CM: Farooq Abdullah

Farooq Abdullah, National Conference (NC) chief and newly elected Member of Parliament from Srinagar, said on Friday that no matter how powerful the electoral mandate of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he could not remove Articles 370 and 35A. He said ...
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Restrictions imposed in parts of Srinagar to prevent protests post Musa’s killing, Mobile internet service suspended across Kashmir

Restrictions imposed in parts of Srinagar to prevent protests post Musa’s killing, Mobile internet service suspended across Kashmir

Curfew-like restrictions were imposed in parts of Srinagar, summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, on Friday to prevent protests against the killing of militant commander Zakir Musa late last night. Reports and witnesses said that the police and paramilitary for...
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NC sweeps Kashmir, BJP wins Jammu & Ladakh, India gets Modi 2.0

NC sweeps Kashmir, BJP wins Jammu & Ladakh, India gets Modi 2.0

The BJP has repeated its 2014 victory by retaining the Jammu, Udhampur and Ladakh Lok Sabha constituencies, while the National Conference swept all three seats in the Valley. The saffron party has scripted a new history by increasing victory margins...
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Zakir Musa, Kashmir’s most wanted rebel killed in Tral

Zakir Musa, Kashmir’s most wanted rebel killed in Tral

Zakir Rasheed Bhat alias Zakir Musa, Kashmir’s most-wanted rebel and chief of terror outfit Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind (AGH), an offshoot of Al-Qaeda, is believed to have been killed today evening in Tral area of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district. Musa was on...
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Amid EVM Row, Nationwide alert sounded about violence on counting day

Amid EVM Row, Nationwide alert sounded about violence on counting day

The Home Ministry on Wednesday put out a nation-wide alert to states about possible eruption of violence in different parts of the country in connection with the counting of votes. The Centre’s advisory comes just a day after former union...
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Modern “Halal” meat is a mockery of Islam

Modern “Halal” meat is a mockery of Islam

Eating meat in Islam is not a right or a duty. Eating meat is a privilege, extended to us by Allah with responsibilities attached. Unfortunately, many Muslims today don’t seem to care about the food they eat, at the expense...
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