Farooq Abdullah undergoes successful kidney transplant

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah underwent a successful kidney transplant operation in London, family sources said on Monday.

PM Narendra Modi congratulates J&K cricket team on historic Ranji win
PM Narendra Modi congratulates J&K cricket team on historic Ranji win

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday congratulated Jammu and Kashmir cricket team for their historic win over 40-times Ranji champions Mumbai in a league match.

DNA: SC slams BCCI; Srinivasan's comeback in trouble

Supreme Court asked BCCI how members who are financially viable have gone on to become team owners in IPL and how is that not a conflict of interest?

Jammu and Kashmir government smothers Farooq Abdullah's Rs 113-crore scam: Report
Jammu and Kashmir government smothers Farooq Abdullah's Rs 113-crore scam: Report

A case of embezzlement to the tune of Rs 113 crore has been left hanging in Jammu and Kashmir for the last two years, reported DNA newspaper.

J&K govt smothers Farooq Abdullah's role in cricket scam-DNA report

A DNA report has claimed that J&K govt smothers Farooq Abdullah's role in the cricket scam.

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Teach two ruling families in J&K a lesson: BJP chief Amit Shah to voters
Teach two ruling families in J&K a lesson: BJP chief Amit Shah to voters

Blaming Jammu and Kashmir's political dynasties for the state's backwardness and corruption, BJP on Thursday said the time has come when the people themselves have decided to teach these families and their parties a lesson.

Will do only what people want: BJP on Article 370

Reacting to apprehensions that BJP may abrogate Article 370, the party on Sunday said it would only do what the people of state want with regard to the provision of the Constitution that grants special status to Jammu and Kashmir.

Abrogation of Article 370 will lead to massive unrest: Farooq Abdullah
Abrogation of Article 370 will lead to massive unrest: Farooq Abdullah

Health woes have kept Farooq Abdullah far away from home but the three-term Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir says that his bigger worry on Sunday is BJP's "sinister" plan to abrogate the state's special status which will lead to "massive unrest".

Accept international aid for flood hit J&K: Farooq to Centre

Ruling National Conference president Farooq Abdullah on Monday asked the Centre to accept international aid for reconstruction of flood-ravaged Jammu and Kashmir.

Azad`s remarks on Afzal`s execution immature: Farooq Abdullah

National Conference President Farooq Abdullah on Sunday accused Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad of making "allegations" and "distorting" facts regarding the execution of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru.

NC`s motto is public service: Farooq Abdullah

National Conference patriarch Farooq Abdullah on Tuesday said his party would continue with its mission of public service and was committed to addressing grievances of the people in an effective manner.

NC to bounce back with renewed vigour: Farooq Abdullah

Terming the outcome of the recent Lok Sabha polls as a wake-up call, National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah today said his party would convert its defeat into strength and bounce back with renewed vigour.

PM`s prerogative to name anyone as Minister: Farooq Abdullah on HRD row

Amid the raging controversy over Smriti Irani being made the Union HRD Minister, National Conference President Farooq Abdullah today said it was the prerogative of the prime minister to name anyone as a minister.

NC trails in all three Lok Sabha seats in J&K; Azad leading

Election trends in Jammu and Kashmir have come as setback for ruling National Conference which was trailing in all the three Parliamentary Lok Sabha seats including in Srinagar where party President Farooq Abdullah was contesting.

Farooq Abdullah trailing in Srinagar

Sitting MP and National Conference President Farooq Abdullah was trailing in Srinagar seat by a margin of less than 500 votes over his PDP rival Hamid Karra.

Counting for 6 Lok Sabha seats in J&K tomorrow

Jammu: The fate of 77 candidates, including Union ministers Farooq Abdullah and Ghulam Nabi Azad, from six Lok Sabha seats of Jammu and Kashmir will be known after the counting of votes tomorrow.
"Tight security arrangements have been made in and around the counting centres in five districts in Jammu and Kashmir. All other arrangements have also been put in place" , a senior officer of J&K Election department officer said today.

Farooq Abdullah continues as JKCA pesident

Union Minister Farooq Abdullah has been elected as the president of Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) amidst walkout by some `disgruntled` members of the body.

Centre`s decision to probe snoopgate issue `wrong`: Omar

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Sunday termed as "wrong" the Centre`s announcement for setting up a judicial commission to probe the snoopgate issue allegedly involving Narendra Modi.

I will not seek another JKCA presidential term: Abdullah

Union Minister Farooq Abdullah today said he will not seek another term as president of Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) in the elections to be held on May 12.