Mohammad Sayeed Malik

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Why the Centre needs to help this CM

Why the Centre needs to help this CM

Rediff.com12 May 2016

Kashmir's youth are being radicalised. The once-alienated separatists are ready to return to their old haunting ground. The ruling PDP-BJP coalition finds itself on the defensive over almost every issue of governance.

Mufti Sayeed: From the grassroots to statesman

Mufti Sayeed: From the grassroots to statesman

Rediff.com8 Jan 2016

Mufti's political graph shows his fondness for courting unpopular, politically hazardous ventures in pursuit of his ultimate objective to vindicate his leadership. Towards the end of his life, Mufti's public profile had come to assume the dimensions of statesmanship. One reason being his willingness to learn from his experience, says Mohammad Sayeed Malik.

Dulat's memoir does not do justice to Kashmir, its leaders

Dulat's memoir does not do justice to Kashmir, its leaders

Rediff.com20 Jul 2015

'Dulat's professional successors in the game would now find it that much harder to access/create meaningful sources/assets needed for effective functioning in a place like Kashmir. By blowing their cover the former top spy has undone whatever he might have been able to add to his organisation's resource kitty.'

The key word in this arrangement is governance, governance and only governance

The key word in this arrangement is governance, governance and only governance

Rediff.com2 Mar 2015

The Kashmir-based PDP's linkage with the BJP could even be a turning point, provided it is safeguarded against real possibility of miscarriage. So-called fringe elements on either side, more so in the Saffron parivar, can easily upset Modi-Mufti applecart. They have only to drag contentious issues into limelight to do that, says Mohammad Sayeed Malik.

PDP-BJP alliance is the only way forward in J&K

PDP-BJP alliance is the only way forward in J&K

Rediff.com13 Jan 2015

When he was chief minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed was able to blunt inter-regional and inter-communal tensions which Farooq and Omar Abdullah could not do. Whether he can repeat it with the BJP by his side would have to be seen, says Mohammad Sayeed Malik.

Mufti's high stakes gamble

Mufti's high stakes gamble

Rediff.com30 Dec 2014

Mufti Mohammad Sayeed wanted a government with the PDP (representing Kashmir), the BJP (representing Jammu) and the Congress (representing Ladakh), but he failed because the BJp and Congress were unwilling to make any exception to their national level inimical relationship, reveals Mohammad Sayeed Malik.

Fear returns to the Kashmir Valley

Fear returns to the Kashmir Valley

Rediff.com8 Dec 2014

'The situation is in real danger of swinging back to the fearful days of the 1990s, primarily for want of a well thought out action plan in New Delhi.'

The name of the game is poll boycott

The name of the game is poll boycott

Rediff.com24 Nov 2014

The fruits of election boycotts are harvested not only by the separatists but also by beneficiaries across the democratic divide, points out Mohammad Sayeed Malik.

J&K poll: BJP's mission 44 is a distant dream

J&K poll: BJP's mission 44 is a distant dream

Rediff.com18 Nov 2014

The PDP is the front-runner in the Jammu and Kashmir assembly polls. The ruling National Conference and the Congress will be lucky to reach double figures.

Article 370 is Kashmir's emotional LoC

Article 370 is Kashmir's emotional LoC

Rediff.com29 May 2014

'Knowing him personally, I can safely say that the usually soft-spoken, qualified medical doctor would not have said what he was 'caught' saying if only he had realised that he was stepping on a political landmine across the emotional LoC, says Mohammad Sayeed Malik.

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