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The January issue of GEOPOLITICS' focuses on India's new Chief of Army Staff, Gen Bipin Rawat and the challenges he faces from two fronts: his adversaries and the civil hierarchy. Also, the government has moved quickly to plug a major gap in the Indian Army's firepower capabilities while the air defence of the land forces are being strengthened. Plus: An analysis on the new Blacklisting Policy unveiled by the Ministry of Defence.
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