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Gun Policy News


29 July 2004

Indo-Asian News Service

KATHMANDU — Assault rifles extensively used by the Indian Army and paramilitary forces and offered as a friendship gesture to Nepal have triggered a controversy. The INSAS (Indian National Small Arms System) rifle, manufactured at the Ichhapur Rifles Factory in West Bengal and in operation for nearly a decade, is being provided to the Nepalese government by New Delhi at a highly subsidised rate to fight the Maoist insurgency. India is footing 70 percent of the... (

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