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Baffling Reshuffle

Baffling Reshuffle

As Chief Minister availed her rights to reshuffle some of her ministers, crevices hidden under winter adhesives gave up revealing that power is not being handled by the people presumed to be powerful,

BJPs Nightmare

By Aakash Hassan On January 31, Assembly was running smooth till a blue banner opened eyes of treasury benches and camera shutters. Independent lawmaker from Udhampur, an erstwhile BJP minister, Pawan Kumar Gupta,

Unity in diversity?

They were managing the House in such a way that it was least newsy and quite boring both in questions and debates. But when Chief Minister tried to balance the two extremes in

Whither Mufti doctrine?

On the first death anniversary of Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, Delhi indicated that he will become the second posthumous Padma Vibushan from J&K ever. Honours apart, the real big challenge for his political successor

Politics of Relevance

By Khursheed Wani Twenty-three years ago, All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) was launched under the leadership of teenaged Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, as a grouping of 23 political, religious and social organizations. The thread

Defiant Doyen

The breakdown that followed Burhan’s killing pushed Kashmir back to protracted protests. Remote-controlling an unprecedented disobedience movement, the man known for his defiance had apparently an uneasy task at hand. Fifteen weeks after,

Historic Gamble

Tariq Hameed Karra created history by resigning from Lok Sabha in protest against the happenings in Kashmir. But will the decision push him to change the course of politics or join a different

Recycling Autonomy?

  In anticipation of the all party delegation visit to Kashmir, various political parties started talking about pushing clocks back in the Delhi-Srinagar relationship. Nothing much happened during the visit but is taking

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