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410 young recruits passed out of Artillery Center, Hyderabad

Hyderabad, Sep 30 (UNI) As many as 410 Young Recruits passed out of Artillery Centre, Hyderabad under COVID Protocols in a grand and a spectacular Passing Out Parade reviewed by Brigadier Jaydeep Yadav, Commandant, Artillery Centre, here on Thursday.

The reviewing officer evoked the young soldier’s to be prepared for all the challenges and follow the principle of service before self. The young soldier’s took the oath of allegiance and service to the nation. Medal for overall best recruit was awarded to Gunner (Gnr) Panchenavar Iranna and Gnr (OpR) Raja Nayak.
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Kerala Congress (M) Chairman Jose K Mani wins Rajya Sabha bypoll

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