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Feb 27, 2012 | 18:23 GMT

India: Military Plans War Drills Near Pakistan Border

The Indian military is planning a 20,000-troop war drill, one of its largest, near the India-Pakistan border, an Indian army spokesman said Feb. 27, AFP reported. The spokesman said the maneuvers, which will include 200 Russian-made tanks and the country's latest warplanes, will occur in the Indian state of Rajasthan from March to May. According to an army statement, frontline combat vehicles, artillery, tanks, fighter jets, helicopters, unmanned aerial vehicles, air defense weapons and military radar will be used.
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