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India's first all-women SWAT team keep guard at Red Fort

Rediff.com Wednesday, 15 August 2018
The 36-member all-women Special Weapons And Tactics team has been trained by the National Security Guard for anti-terrorism duty under the Delhi Police's Special Cell.
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