Masood Hussain

  • J&K leads separatists 2-0

    J&K leads separatists 2-0

    65% polling was recorded in the valley despite boycott call by separatists.

    Cops, anti-poll protesters clash in Jammu & Kashmir

    Cops, anti-poll protesters clash in Jammu & Kashmir

    Fearing protests, authorities clamped informal curfew in Srinagar but the anti-poll lobby choose peripheral towns to demonstrate on the last day of campaigning for the second phase.

    Campaigning yet to pick up in J&K

    Campaigning yet to pick up in J&K

    First of the seven phase polls for 10 segments (including three each in Kashmir and Jammu and four in Ladakh) is due on November 17 but apparently there seems to be no campaigning.

    17 injured in Srinagar protests

    17 injured in Srinagar protests

    While the day was by and large peaceful, pitched battles were reported between police and protesting mobs in north Kashmir Baramulla and Sopore towns in which not less than 17 persons including some cops were reported injured.

    NC’s autonomy idea not as exhaustive as our self-rule: PDP

    NC’s autonomy idea not as exhaustive as our self-rule: PDP

    The Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) has supported National Conference (NC) president Omar Abdullah’s demand for a truth and reconciliation commission and upheld almost everything that forms its greater autonomy demand.

    Tech's not the way to voters' heart

    Tech's not the way to voters' heart

    National Conference (NC) president Omar Abdullah, whose speech on Dr Manmohan Singh’s vote of confidence made him an instant youtube hit, was, within days, forced to close his blog as the firewalls failed to stop the “personal abuse”.

    SMS ban: Telcos in J&K are lovin' it

    SMS ban: Telcos in J&K are lovin' it

    Sources told ET that the SMS ban can be lifted only after the state government or any of the three operators in the state move an application. But nobody is ready.

    Pak complains of not receiving Chenab water

    Pak complains of not receiving Chenab water

    At the moment, half of the 3.6 million units of power, generated daily by first of its three units, illuminates Jaipur, which pays over Rs 9 per unit.

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