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We will win future wars with Indian systems: Army chief Bipin Rawat

DNA Tuesday, 24 December 2019
Speaking at the 'Army Technology Seminar' in Delhi, General Rawat said that necessity was no longer the need for invention and innovations were driving technological advancement.
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Army Chief General Bipin Rawat stressed on indigenisation at the ‘Army Technology Seminar’ in Delhi.

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