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PDP voices concerns over soaring electricity tariffs in Kashmir

PDP General Secretary, Gulam Nabi Lone Hanjura on Friday expressed concern over the substantial increase in electricity tariffs in Kashmir valley in recent months.

Hanjura back to PDP as its General Secretary

Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) leader, Ghulam Nabi Lone Hanjura joined back as the party’s General Secretary and said that all the issues have been sorted.

13 July 1931: Politicians barred from visiting martyrs’ graveyard

Top political parties including NC and PDP organized closed door functions and paid homage to the 13 July, 1931 martyrs.

PDP to stay away from ‘pre-planned’ Delimitation exercise

Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has written a detailed letter to Justice Ranjana Prakash Desai, the Head of the Delimitation Commission.

PDP holds first meet in Kashmir after Article 370 rollback

SRINAGAR — For the first time after the abrogation of Article 370, the authorities on Wednesday allowed Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) leaders to hold...

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Body of 22-year-old identified, found under suspicious circumstances in Pulwama

Authorities in Pulwama have identified the deceased found under mysterious circumstances in Palpora village of Pulwama as Junaid Ahmed Mir.
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Unidentified dead body found in Pulwama

An unidentified dead body of a male was found in Wasoora area of southern Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Thursday afternoon.

Woman hangs self to death in Srinagar

A 28-year-old woman allegedly ended her life by hanging herself at her residence in Mehjoor Nagar area of central Kashmir's Srinagar district on Thursday.

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PDP’s roadshow kicks off Lok Sabha campaign in J-K

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) launched its election campaign for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in Jammu and Kashmir with a vibrant road show on Tuesday.

Jaundice outbreak in Pulwama village prompts official investigation

Concerns escalate in the village of Bellow Dergund, Rajpora area of Pulwama, as health officials investigate a surge in jaundice cases, particularly among children.