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Use of smartphones not banned for jawans, clarifies Army chief General Bipin Rawat

India Today Saturday, 14 January 2017
After General Bipin Rawat's press conference yesterday, reports started circulating that the government had banned the use of smartphones by army jawans. But, this morning General Rawat clarified that such reports are incorrect.
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