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Omar Abdullah has a slightly different take than other opposition leaders about 3 years of Modi govt

Here's what ex-J&K CM said.
DNA

Joint prez nominee if no consensus: Oppn

A united Opposition on Friday decided to field a joint candidate for the presidential election if it does not reach a consensus on the nominee proposed by the government. The decision was taken at a..
Deccan Herald

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News video: Video Of Man Tied In Front Of Security Jeep Shared By Omar

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Omar Abdullah has posted a video in which a man is tied to the front of a security forces’jeep to ensure no stones are thrown at the jeep.
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News video: Pakistan Peed In Their Pants After Surgical Strikes - BJP

Pakistan Peed In Their Pants After Surgical Strikes - BJP 02:17

Controversial face of the BJP Sadhvi Prachi has today spoken openly on matters that she holds dear to her heart. She lashed out at Pakistan saying that they peed in their pants when the surgical..
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Opposition wants Bihar-model alliance in UP

Demands for a Bihar-model grand alliance in Uttar Pradesh with arch rivals Samajwadi Party and BSP coming together to tackle BJP resonated at an Opposition meeting here on Friday. At the first..
Deccan Herald

Opposition united? Nitish Kumar skips Sonia Gandhi's meet, to attend lunch hosted by PM Modi tomorrow

After giving cold shoulder to Sonia Gandhi's  'unity lunch', Bihar CM Nitish Kumar has decided to attend lunch hosted by PM Modi in honour of Mauritian PM.  This move is likely to fuel fresh..
DNA

Petty to deny PM's achievements in 3 yrs, but J-K remains dark

Opposition National Conference leader Omar Abdullah today said it would be petty to deny the achievements of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his three year's at the helm but Jammu and Kashmir remains a..
DNA

Sonia Gandhi hosts luncheon meeting of leaders of opposition parties

Congress President Sonia Gandhi today hosted a luncheon meeting of leaders of opposition parties at Parliament House.West Bengal Chief Minister Mamta Banerjee, CPI(M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury,..
All India Radio

Modi govt gets bouquets, brickbats on 3rd anniversary

As the Modi government completed three years in office today, it received both ovation and opprobrium, with the opposition accusing it of bringing the country to "the verge of strife" through..
Deccan Herald

Jammu: Bajrang Dal activists burn Omar Abdullah's effigy tied to a moving jeep

Bajrang dal activists tied the effigy of Omar Abdullah to the front of a moving jeep and later burnt it in front of the National Conference Headquarters.
India Today

Opposition asks Modi to take lead on Presidential poll

A united opposition on Friday decided to put up a joint candidate for presidential elections if they do not reach a consensus on the nominee proposed by the Modi government. The decision on the..
Deccan Herald

Arch-rivals Left and Trinamool, SP and BSP attend Sonia lunch

Political arch-rivals today put up a united face on the third anniversary of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government, as leaders of 17 parties attended a lunch hosted by Congress president..
Deccan Herald

Centre slams Omar Abdullah, says he is exposing his true self


newKerala.com Also reported by •DNAANI News

Army officers are free to take decisions in a 'war-like' zone : Jaitley

Defence minister Arun Jaitley on Wednesday came out in support of Major Leetul Gogoi, who used a Kashmiri man as a human shield in front of an army vehicle in order to rescue a polling party in Jammu..
Deccan Herald

Kashmir jeep row: Army's court of inquiry against Major Gogoi a farce, says Omar Abdullah

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah has denounced as "farce" the Army's court of inquiry against Major Nitin Leetul Gogoi for strapping a man to a jeep's bonnet purportedly as a..
DNA

Omar calls Army's Major in human shield case a "farce"

Working president of the National Conference, Omar Abdullah, called the whole exercise of ordering an inquiry against Major Leetul Gogoi a "farce".
India Today Also reported by •IndiaTimesDNA

I saved 12 lives, says Major Nitin Leetul Gogoi

Major Nitin Leetul Gogoi of 53 Rashtriya Rifles, who is at the centre of a controversy for tying a man to a jeep as a human shield against stone-pelters in Kashmir, said his decision saved at least 12..
DNA

Investigations against Major to continue

Despite being awarded a Chief of Army Staff Commendation Card for his sustained efforts in counter-insurgency operations in the Valley, the Jammu and Kashmir Police on Tuesday said that investigation..
Deccan Herald

Probe continues against Army major in 'human shield' case: JK Police

Despite being awarded a Chief of Army Staff Commendation Card for his sustained efforts in counter-insurgency operations in the Valley, Jammu and Kashmir police Tuesday said that investigation would..
Deccan Herald

Kashmir jeep row: Under fire Major Gogoi to be awarded Army Chief Commendation Card

The Indian Army officer, who shot to fame after tying a man to a jeep, has been awarded the Army Chief Commendation Card for sustained efforts in operations in the valley. Major Leetul Gogoi, the..
DNA

Not in national interest: Ram Madhav on Omar tweets

A day after National Conference leader Omar Abdullah taunted Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti over disruption of a function in Srinagar, BJP leader Ram Madhav retaliated saying such..
DNA


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