Something is cooking?

Something is cooking?

National General Secretary of Bharatiya Janata Party  Ram Madhav  meeting the Chairman of Peoples Conference Sajad Gani Lone in Srinagar has triggered the speculations that something is cooking and BJP has not given up yet. BJP pulling out from the coalition government suddenly in Jammu and Kashmir has brought the state under Governor’s rule. The Governor did […]

Fingers crossed

Fingers crossed

As the two month long Amarnath Yatra has commenced the focus of the administration is has completely on ensuring that fool proof security arrangements are made to ensure smooth conduct of the annual pilgrimage. According to the media reports Ministry of Home Affairs is directly monitoring the security arrangements and everything has not been left […]

Why is BJP silent?

Why is BJP silent?

Bharatiya Janata Party maintaining silence over its senior leader Chaudary Lal Singh’s threat to journalists in Kashmir has created a notion that the saffron party endorses his (Singh’s) view. The former BJP minister had recently asked the scribes in Kashmir to draw a line and had cited the example of Shujaat’s assassination to threaten the […]

Friends turn foes

Friends turn foes

The war of words between the Peoples Democratic Party and Bharatiya Janata Party has gained momentum since the day both the parties said goodbye to each other. The former coalition partners are spilling the beans and are blaming each other for the failure of the coalition government. The former Chief Minister and the PDP president […]

Tough days ahead?

Tough days ahead?

The Government of India deciding to intensify the “Operation All Out” against the militants in Kashmir is an indication that coming days are not going to be that easy and the Valley may witness surge in the number of encounters. Many people believe that nineties have returned as cordon and search operations, nocturnal raids and […]

Regional parties need to introspect

Regional parties need to introspect

Independent MLA Er Rashid has floated an idea that both National Conference and Peoples Democratic Party should join hands to send a message to Delhi to prove that they want to serve people and are not power hungry. But it seems that there are no takers for Er Rashid’s idea. Most of us know that […]

PDP on crossroads

PDP on crossroads

The fall of PDP-BJP coalition in Jammu and Kashmir has opened a Pandora’s box. The BJP has taken its former ally head on and is blaming PDP for everything. However, the opposition National Conference is blaming both the parties for the mess the state is in. The collapse of the PDP-BJP government has triggered speculations […]

Omar playing smart

Omar playing smart

National Conference vice-president Omar Abdullah seems very keen on Jammu and Kashmir assembly being dissolved. He has reiterated his demand that decision to put assembly under suspended animation should be revisited and process for holding new elections should begin. Omar is aware about the fact that his party can cash the anti-incumbency wave and woo […]

Take everyone on board

Take everyone on board

Peace activist O P Shaw visiting Kashmir and meeting people from different walks of life indicates that track-II diplomacy is still on and many people still believe that a way out could be found to end the crisis in Kashmir. According to media reports Shaw is of the opinion that clock should be reversed to […]

Back to square one

Back to square one

As New Delhi has called off Ramadan ceasefire in Kashmir the anti-militancy operations are all set to resume in the Valley. The Ministry of Home Affairs on Sunday announced that ceasefire won’t be extended as the move has no yielded the desired results. People who were criticizing the Centre’s decision to announce ceasefire in the […]