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  • Ex-PDP minister Imran Ansari declared ‘wilful defaulter’ by PNB

    Srinagar: In an apparent name and shame exercise, the Punjab National Bank issued an advertisement Friday, declaring former minister in the Mehbooba Mufti government Imran Reza Ansari and his family members as ‘wilful defaulter’ of loans to the tune of Rs 32 crore.

  • Snap ties with BJP: Omar to Mehbooba

    Jammu: Former chief minister Omar Abdullah today asked as to why there was no government in Jammu and Kashmir despite the PDP-BJP alliance still remaining intact and said Mehbooba Mufti should break ties with the saffron party and go for fresh polls.

  • Omar Abdullah

    Mufti government spying on me: Omar

    Srinagar: Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Friday accused the state government of “brazenly spying” on him. The National Conference leader tweeted that a journalist interviewing him for a national daily got stopped right outside his residence by a police detective.

  • Masarat Alam, Mufti

    Pakistan Flag issue: Mufti government Won’t tolerate such activity

    Katra (J&K): In a stern warning to the separatists, Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh today said the state government will act tough against them and not tolerate their ‘provocative’ actions in Jammu and Kashmir again. “We will act again, if any such incident (of provocative activities and hoisting Pakistani flag) is repeated. We are not going to tolerate it,” Singh told reporters here today, when separatist leader Masarat Alam Bhat was arrested in

  • Omar Abdullah

    Mufti government based on lies: Omar Abdullah

    Jammu: Former Jamu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today hit out at the Mufti government over the issue of its Common Minimum Programme (CMP) and alleged that the BJP-PDP alliance in the state was based on “lies” to “deceive” people. “It is simple that the CMP is a bundle of lies and it is impossible to have faith in this government”, Omar claimed. “The truth is that this alliance is based on

  • Mufti Mohammed Sayeed

    Mufti government assures of action against Masarat Alam if needed

    New Delhi:Against the backdrop of uproar over release of separatist leader Masarat Alam, Jammu and Kashmir government has told the Centre that his activities are under watch and legal action will be taken if anything adverse comes to notice. Giving this information to Parliament today, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said the Centre has issued an advisory to the state asking it to pursue “vigorously” all the 27 criminal cases against him and

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