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Nothing surprising in former CM’s allegation

There is nothing new or surprising in former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah’s allegation that the state government is “brazenly” spying on him.

Mufti Muhammad government brazenly spying on me: Omar Abdullah

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Friday accused the PDP-BJP state government of spying on him.

CBI to probe JKCA scam when ex-CM Farooq Abdullah led it

Jammu & Kashmir high court on Thursday ordered a probe by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) into the Rs 113.66 crore scam in the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA).

4 militants, jawan die in 17-hour J&K encounter

Four militants and an Army jawan were killed and three other soldiers were injured in a 17-hour-long fierce gunbattle in the woods of Handwara in Jammu and Kashmir’s frontier district o Kupwara, offic

Syed Ali Shah Geelani sends letter to Nawaz Sharif

Syed Ali Shah Geelani

Urges Pakistan PM to forge strong ties with Afghan, Iran to counter India

Mufti government brazenly spying on me: Omar Abdullah

Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah. (Photo: PTI)

Omar Abdullah said the government can ask him what he was up to

PDP rejects Omar Abdullah's allegation of spying

Rival parties NC and PDP accuse each other of spying (Photo: DC/File)

PDP levels counter charge, says Omar Govt spied on Mehbooba Mufti

Posters in Kashmir ask locals to live life the Islamic way

Representational image (Photo: PTI)

Posters also warned of "stern action" against political activists

LPG subsidy: PDP attacks Farooq Abdullah

Farooq Abdullah

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah is in the midst of a controversy in the wake of his recent application for LPG subsidy, which was criticised by his rivals.

“I won’t compare you to a summer’s day That’s some dope-junkie’s metaphor I’m sure I’ll find other things to say Compliments I’ve never used before To describe the way your expressions

The agitation of the Patels in Gujarat has once again brought attention to the infuriating business of reservations in education and jobs.