News Topic:Voting

J&K records 57.31% turnout in first phase of LS polls: CEO

JAMMU — Incident free voting marked first phase of polling in Jammu and Baramulla Parliamentary constituencies of J&K with a total voter turnout of 57.31...

LS Polls: Mendhar villages ‘boycott’ voting over basic amenities

POONCH — Voters of Balnoi village of Sub Division Mendhar of Poonch district boycotted the Lok Sabha polls for nearly seven hours at two...

LS Polls: Sopore’s Brath, Handwara’s Babgund witness complete boycott

HANDWARA — As voting for first phase of Lok Sabha elections begun today for two seats in Jammu and Baramulla in Kashmir, two villages...

J&K: Voting begins for first phase of LS Polls

BARAMULLA — Polling for the first phase of Lok Sabha elections started for the Baramulla seat on Thursday morning. Unprecedented security arrangements have been put in place...

Mehbooba’s fate to be decided as vote count begins in Kashmir

Srinagar: Counting of votes began on Saturday morning for south Kashmir's Anantnag assembly constituency where Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti is one of the eight...

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Former chief minister and People’s Democratic Party (PDP) president, Mehboob Mufti vacated her Gupkar residence on Monday and shifted to a private house.

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A poetry event 'Mehfil-e-Mushaira' was organised in south Kashmir's Pulwama district by Coffee & Kalam, Kashmakash Trust Pulwama and Qalamkaar Kashmir.