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14 April, 2017

 

MUMBAI: Actor Anupam Kher  has expressed anger over a video  that showed an Indian security personnel exercising restraint despite being attacked by a Kashmiri youth. 

“Had the soldiers wanted, they could have easily thrashed the youth. What is even more shameful is that some people are trying to cover up the crimes of the youth in the valley under the shroud of human rights, saying they are misled. I agree majority of them do not think the same way about our soldiers but when a video like this goes viral, it is very important to react because it makes me livid.” Anupam said in a video posted on Twitter.

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14 April, 2017

 

SRINAGAR: Former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Omar Abdullah posted a video and a picture of Indian Army personnel allegedly using youth as human shield on their vehicles to protect themselves from stone pelters.

 Omar Abdullah, a leader of National Conference, alleged that security forces are using Kashmiri youths as human shield to teach a lesson to stone pelters.

Omar Abdullah tweeted “This young man was TIED to the front of an army jeep to make sure no stones were thrown at the jeep? This is just so shocking!” tw

Omar further tweetd  “Here’s the video as well. A warning can be heard saying stone pelters will meet this fate. This requires an urgent inquiry and follow up,” added Abdullah.

after posting this video , Omar did get trolled on Twitter that why he did  not put video of CRPF jawan.

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Here's the video as well. A warning can be heard saying stone pelters will meet this fate. This requires an urgent inquiry & follow up NOW!! pic.twitter.com/qj1rnCVazn

— Omar Abdullah (@abdullah_omar) April 14, 2017
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12 April, 2017

 

SRINAGAR: In what could be termed an unwanted video, CRPF men in Kashmir show patience even after being hit & abused by protesters.

In the video CRPF men were hit and abused and they did not retaliate for the sake of peace in valley.

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Last Updated 12 April, 2017
12 April, 2017

 

Srinagar, April 12:  The seven parliament candidates for Srinagar who were in the fray of by-polls on Wednesday jointly called for boycott in the re-polls, slated to be held on Thursday for 38 polling stations.

The candidates said that they won’t let their brothers to die.

The seven candidates including state president of Rashtriya Jankranti Party (RJP), Mirza Sajad Hussain Beigh, Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha leader, Chetan Sharma, Rashtriya Samajwadi Party (Secular) leader, Engineer Sajad Reshi and Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) leader Bikram Singh, besides three independent candidates, Farooq Ahmad Dar, Ghulam Hassan Dar, Mehraj Rashid Malik held a joint press conference today at a local hotel here.

Mirza Sajad while talking to the reporters said that they were not taken into the confidence before taking the decision the re-polling in 38 polling stations.

He said that they tried to meet the returning officer and Chief Election Officer to register their protest but unfortunately the officers were not present.

Saying that it is not an election but selection, Mirza Sajad said, “The people are being befooled with such exercises. We appeal the people to stay at their homes and don’t cast the ballots as we won’t let our brothers to die intentionally. The unfortunate incident that took place on Apr 09 was painful.”

He questioned that if the atmosphere is not conducive for the polls in Anantnag then how come it is conducive for the 38 polling stations which witnessed violent protests on Apr 09.

Mirza Sajad said, “The government is putting the lives of Kashmiris at risk through this re-polling. The fingers are being raised at the credibility of ECI for postponing the polls on the request of PDP candidate.”

He said that the unlike Jammu, the protesters here are being targeted with the bullets, which expose the Government of India’s policy towards Kashmir. (PTK)

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07 April, 2017

 

Srinagar, Apr 07: Indian Army responded to distress calls about a village water channel breach due to incessant rains and creating a potential danger of inundation in low lying areas. 

Army  in the area swiftly launched rescue operations and evacuated stranded people & animals.

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Last Updated 07 April, 2017
05 April, 2017

 

JAMMU: In what could be termed a shocking incidence, insects were allegedly found in walnut packaging done by Top retailer in  Jammu "Vermani"

One of the reader of Cross Town News was a victim at the hand of retailer.

The victim had sent the video along with a communication to Cross Town News and felt displeasure over the act as it could have harmed him.

The Victim namely Kanav Vaid, who is a responsible citizen of Jammu  communicated " Go through the video and first you can spot one insect at the bottom right side of the packet and the next one is clearly visible crawling at the centre below the MRP

I have already made up my mind to complain about this in the consumer court as they have been guilty of selling things in the past."

The concerned department should look into the matter and Retailer should see that such  an act is not repeated again and again for the safety of customers.

Cross Town News salute such like readers who come forward against all ill practices.

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02 April, 2017

JAMMU, Apr 02: PM Narendra  Modi while speaking at Public meeting in Udhampur after inaugurating Chenani Nashri tunnel made a comment on Youth of J&K and said Some are  busy in Stone pelting, some are  busy in making Tunnels like Chenani-Nashri.

PM Modi also congratulated CM Mehbooba for implementing development projects in J&K at rapid pace.

PM Modi also said that the Whole India is with Kashmir and people of Kashmir.

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02 April, 2017

JAMMU, Apr 02:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi today inaugurated India's longest road tunnel on the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway, making it operational for traffic. 

Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, N.N. Vohra, Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways and Shipping,  Nitin Gadkari,Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir,Mehbooba Mufti, MOS  Prime Minister’s Office, Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space,Jitendra Singh and Dy CM of J&K Nirmal Singh were  present on the ocassion.

 

 

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Last Updated 02 April, 2017
10 March, 2017

 

 

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Last Updated 10 March, 2017
03 March, 2017

 

After dancing skills , Farooq Abdullah shows his Singing skills 

 

 

 

 

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