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Defence Ministry today cleared the acquisition of 118 Arjun Mark1A tanks for the Indian Army at a cost of more than Rs 6,000 crores. The 58-tonne weight DRDO-developed tanks would be ready for delivery within 30 months of signing the contract: Defence officials (file photo)

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Defence Ministry today cleared the acquisition of 118 Arjun Mark1A tanks for the Indian Army at a cost of more than Rs 6,000 crores. The 58-tonne weight DRDO-developed tanks would be ready for delivery within 30 months of signing the contract: Defence officials (file photo)

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Join NDTV's Vishnu Som in Avadi, near Chennai, for an exclusive look at Arjun Main Battle Tank Mark-1A (MK-1 Alpha), an all-state-of-art feature incorporated tank Watch tonight at 9:30 on NDTV 24x7 and

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Days after PM Modi dedicated the Main Battle Tank Arjun Mark1A to the nation, the Defence Ministry is all set to clear the acquisition of these tanks worth over Rs 6,000 crore by the #IndianArmy .

Defence Ministry today cleared the acquisition of 118 Arjun Mark1A tanks for the Indian Army at a cost of more than Rs 6,000 crores. The 58-tonne weight DRDO-developed tanks would be ready for delivery within 30 months of signing the contract: Defence officials

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Arjun Mark1A is an all state-of-art feature incorporated tank with 71 additional features. Many more in pipeline such as air to air missile Astra for IAF & Navy, Smart Anti-Airfield Weapon, Air-independent propulsion, ATAGS guns, future aircraft & Medium Power Radar: DRDO Chief

Arjun Mark1A is an all state-of-art feature incorporated tank with 71 additional features. Many more in pipeline such as air to air missile Astra for IAF & Navy, Smart Anti-Airfield Weapon, Air-independent propulsion, ATAGS guns, future aircraft & Medium Power Radar: DRDO Chief

In a high-level meeting, the Defence Ministry recently cleared the induction of 118 Arjun Mark1A tanks into the Indian Army which would be worth around Rs 8,400 crore and would add to the strength of the force in land warfare.

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