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Indian Military

The British were formally awarded the mandate to govern the area in 1922. The Jewish leadership accepted the proposal, but the Arab Higher Committee rejected it; a civil war began instantly after the Resolution's adoption. In 1840, Britain intervened and returned control of the Levant to the Ottomans in return for further capitulations. Matters of bilateral skilled interest and additional strengthening of safety and defence cooperation between the two countries were discussed in the course of the meeting. HAL Light Utility Helicopter – requirement for 384 helicopters for both the military and air drive. F-INSAS is the Indian Army's principal infantry modernisation programme, which goals to modernise the army's 465 infantry and paramilitary battalions by 2020. The programme goals to upgrade the infantry to a multi-calibre rifle with an under-barrel grenade launcher, as well as bulletproof jackets and helmets. The helmet would come with a visor, flashlight, thermal sensor