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Faulty OFB ammunition takes a heavy toll on army

Data analysed by the army shows that at least 403 accidents have taken place due to faulty ammunition since 2014, most of them suffere ...
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    Max India to buy back shares of up to Rs 92 cr under capital reduction prog

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