'OROP fail, ex-servicemen rejected six out of seven announcements', tweets Omar Abdullah

Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Saturday questioned the Centre's claim of implementing the one-rank-one-pension (OROP), saying the veterans have rejected six of the seven announcements.

J&K govt refutes Omar Abdullah's allegation of snooping

 A day after former chief minister Omar Abdullah accused Jammu and Kashmir government of spying on him, the government today hit back saying he was just trying to make an issue.

Omar's 'spying' charge: JK police says following procedures

In the wake of Omar Abdullah's allegation of "spying" on him, Jammu and Kashmir Police Friday said it is following the procedures and protocols as laid down in respect of all SSG (Special Security Group) protectees which includes the former Chief Minister.

Mufti government spying on me: Omar Abdullah
Mufti government spying on me: Omar Abdullah

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Friday accused the state government of "brazenly spying" on him.

J&K chief secretary decides to step down

Jammu and Kashmir chief secretary Muhammad Iqbal Khandey on Tuesday decided to quit as the seniormost bureaucrat of the state reportedly over differences with the ruling alliance.

Mufit Mohammad Sayeed upset over cancellation of NSA-level talks, Omar Abdullah blames him
Mufit Mohammad Sayeed upset over cancellation of NSA-level talks, Omar Abdullah blames him

A day after Pakistan called off NSA level talks, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed on Sunday expressed disappointment, stating he hopes both the nations will re-engage in meaningful dialogue.

Omar compares Indo-Pak talks to tennis match tie

The issue of Indo-Pak NSA level talks was trending on social networking sites with former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah drawing parallel with a tennis match having entered into a "tie- breaker" which will be completed "under lights".

Omar suggests shifting NSA-level talks venue to Islamabad
Omar suggests shifting NSA-level talks venue to Islamabad

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Saturday suggested shifting the venue of Indo-Pak NSA-level talks from Delhi to Islamabad to call Pakistan's "bluff".

Omar Abdullah slams govt for making 'big deal' of separatists-Pak chat

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Friday criticised the Centre for blowing out of proportion the matter of the Pakistan NSA's proposed meeting with separatists when he visits Delhi for talks with his Indian counterpart.

Kashmiri separatist leaders under house arrest, now released

Except Syed Ali Shah Geelani, all Kashmiri separatist leaders who were put under house arrest this morning have been released.

Both India and Pakistan are looking for excuses to cancel the meet: Omar Abdullah

Omar Abdullah, on Indo-Pak NSA level talks, says that for the first time, both India and Pakistan don't want NSA level talks.

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Both India and Pakistan keen to sabotage talks, says Omar Abdullah
Both India and Pakistan keen to sabotage talks, says Omar Abdullah

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Thursday hit out at the Centre as well as the state government for the crackdown on separatist leaders ahead of their planned meet with Pakistan's National Security Advisor Sartaz Aziz.

Rs 9,000 crore liabilities of Omar govt create problems: J&K govt

The Jammu and Kashmir government led by Mufti Mohammad Sayeed on Tuesday said that Rs 9,000 crore liabilities of the previous Omar Abdullah regime have created difficulties for the present dispensation to take forward developmental programmes in the state.

Omar hits out at PM Modi for silence on ceasefire violations

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah has hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for maintaining silence on the ceasefire violations in the state while reaching out to victims of the Bangkok blast in "no time".

Omar Abdullah compliments Centre for continuing dialogue with Pakistan

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Thursday gave a back-handed compliment to the BJP-led government at the Centre for continuing on the path of dialogue with Pakistan in the back drop of continued violence in the state, saying it was one U-turn he is "very glad" to see.

PDP-BJP govt turned out to be policy, governance nightmare: Omar Abdullah
PDP-BJP govt turned out to be policy, governance nightmare: Omar Abdullah

Former chief minister Omar Abdullah on Monday termed the ruling PDP-BJP coalition as a "complete failure", saying the government has proven to be a policy and governance "nightmare" for the state, which needs economic impetus for reconstruction after the devastating floods.

Villagers denied credit for overpowering terrorist: Omar

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Wednesday said the credit for catching a Pakistani terrorist involved in the highway attack on BSF troopers should go to Chirdi villagers.

NC will not allow anyone to divide Jammu and Kashmir: Omar

Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Monday said his National Conference would never allow anyone to divide the state for petty political interests and would continue to safeguard the special status guaranteed under Article 370.

Gurdaspur attack: Centre, states must jointly deal with terror, says Omar Abdullah

Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister and National Conference leader Omar Abdullah on Monday said that better coordination and joint efforts between the Centre and state governments' was required to deal with the terror attacks such as what has happened in Gurdaspur, Punjab.