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  • Maoists have the access of large number of country-made weapons regularly supplied by illegal arms dealers.

    Operation Lalgarh

  • While no one was said to be hurt in the incident, the police recovered a large cache of arms and ammunition including three rifles earlier looted from a police station, an SLR, a country-made rifle, and over 300 live cartridges of various calibers.

    Naxal Area Commander Arrested in Gaya

  • The rebels used country-made rocket launchers to keep reinforcements away.

    Red storm kills strikes CISF Camp

  • This recognises that the Naxalites' real strength lies not in their guerrillas in the jungle, with their peaked caps and "country-made" rifles, but in their civilian networks in the villages themselves.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • After 48 hours, another group of peasant revolutionaries, armed with country-made guns and bombs, attacked the police station at Pulpally in Wyanad.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • The police also seized two country-made guns which were fully loaded.

    Karkala: ANF Police Arrest Hunters - Country-made Guns Seized

  • And there was a cluster of carpet sellers, too, who dealt in an impressive variety of country-made goods and intricate carpets from Byzantium.

    Vittorio, The Vampire

  • The furniture in the big sitting room was country-made, and therefore cheap, but looked comfortable: low chairs and a sofa, all with the seats of undressed calfskin.

    The Guns Of The South

  • 'Absolutely,' said Paul, and the doctor went creaking up the stairs in his heavy, country-made boots.

    Despair's Last Journey

  • The difficulty was solved by importing the component parts to be put together in India, and then they could be labelled "country-made."

    India and the Indians

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