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India, Japan to kickstart 2-week wargame


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NEW DELHI (PTI):  The armies of India and Japan will kickstart a two-week mega military wargame from today in the Japanese province of Shiga to share best practices and develop interoperability.

Indian Army officials said the exercise, 'Dharma Guardian', is "crucial and significant" in terms of security challenges faced by both nations in the backdrop of the current global situation.

The fourth edition of the exercise will take place from February 17 to March 2 at Camp Imazu in Shiga province, they said.

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