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CRPF troops take special training to tackle stone-pelters in Jammu and Kashmir

Zee News Saturday, 20 May 2017 ()
A Special Pre-Induction Training is going on in Jammu and Kashmir`s Nagrota and Hiranagar to handle the unlawful gathering.
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News video: Special training programme to tackle stone pelters held for CRPF soldiers

Special training programme to tackle stone pelters held for CRPF soldiers 02:47

Jammu, May 20 (ANI): To tackle the stone pelters in the Kashmir Valley, the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) men, who are posted in Kashmir, are going through a rigorous pre-induction training to handle the different situation in the Valley. Special Pre-Induction Training has been organised in ZTC...

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