DCP wins 11th President's Medal for Gallantry
The Indian Express Delhi|January 27, 2022
The tableaux included a dozen from states and UTs, nine from departments of the Union Government, and three from the Armed Forces and Defence Research and Development Organisation. Praveen Khanna

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