Border Security Force Recruits Graduation Ceremony : News Photo

Border Security Force Recruits Graduation Ceremony

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SRINAGAR, KASHMIR - NOVEMBER 24: Indian Border Security Force (BSF) soldiers carry Indian national flags for the new during a passing out ceremony on November 24, 2012 in Humhama, on the outskirts of Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir, India. 545 new trained recruits of the Indian paramilitary Border Security Force constables took oaths during their passing out parade after successfully completing 36 weeks of basic training which involved physical fitness, weapons handling, map reading, counter-insurgency operations and human rights. The recruits will join Indian soldiers to fight militants in Kashmir, a spokesman of the paramilitary BSF said. India has already close to a million soldiers posted in Jammu and Kashmir, making the disputed Himalayan region one of the most militarized zone in the world (Photo by Yawar Nazir/Getty Images)
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SRINAGAR, KASHMIR - NOVEMBER 24: Indian Border Security Force (BSF) soldiers carry Indian national flags for the new during a passing out ceremony on November 24, 2012 in Humhama, on the outskirts of Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir, India. 545 new trained recruits of the Indian paramilitary Border Security Force constables took oaths during their passing out parade after successfully completing 36 weeks of basic training which involved physical fitness, weapons handling, map reading, counter-insurgency operations and human rights. The recruits will join Indian soldiers to fight militants in Kashmir, a spokesman of the paramilitary BSF said. India has already close to a million soldiers posted in Jammu and Kashmir, making the disputed Himalayan region one of the most militarized zone in the world (Photo by Yawar Nazir/Getty Images)
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