Indian Army Chief of Staff killed in helicopter crash

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Bipin Rawat, 63, led more than a million soldiers. The cause of the accident, which killed another 12 people, has yet to be determined.

Bipin Rawat, 63, chief of staff of the Indian Army, the highest commander of a force of more than a million troops, is among 13 killed in a helicopter crash in Tamil Nadu, the Air Force announced. Wednesday. The cause of the accident remains to be discovered, with only one survivor who is hospitalized.

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