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Terror camps remain intact in Pakistan, India keeping a sharp eye: Army Chief MM Naravane

DNA Thursday, 2 January 2020
"Terror camps, terror launch pads and terror infrastructure" continue to exist in Pakistan and it is a "fact", said the new Army Chief
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