Govt, Hurriyat may talk in renewed peace push in J&K

Govt, Hurriyat may talk in renewed peace push in J&K

In the upcoming meeting with home minister Rajnath Singh, Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti is expected to strongly recommend extending the suspension of security operations in the state for another two months. The ground is being laid for...
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Govt, Separatists upset Kashmir’s Applecart

Govt, Separatists upset Kashmir’s Applecart

Amid continuing curfew and shutdowns, the backbone of Jammu and Kashmir’s economy – Rs 8,000-crore apple industry — is caught in a crisis with the government and separatists urging the fruit markets to follow their schedule. Kashmir’s biggest fruit mar...
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Govt, National Conference slug it out over Kud gunfight

Govt, National Conference slug it out over Kud gunfight

Opposition terms it fake encounter The killing of a suspected militant at Kud on the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway created an uproar in the Legislature today as the Opposition National Conference blamed the government for killing the youth in a “fake...
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Govt, SVC differ on means to curb corrupt practices

Govt, SVC differ on means to curb corrupt practices

SVC takes exception over pending bills, release of advance money The state government and State Vigilance Commission (SVC) have developed differences over the means of checking corruption in public offices with the Commission’s recommendations listing penden...
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Govt, mainstream failed flood-hit Kashmiris: Think tank

Govt, mainstream failed flood-hit Kashmiris: Think tank

A New Delhi-based think tank Sunday said the government as well as mainstream political parties had failed the flood-hit people of Kashmir. During an interaction with media persons here, Seema Mustafa, the Director of the New Delhi-based think tank, Center...
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