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The Indian President hands the Cairo Ambassador in New Delhi 50 spears as a gift to Egypt

By Manal Abdel Fattah

The Indian Embassy in Cairo announced yesterday, Thursday, that the Secretary to the Indian President, Shri Rajesh Verma, on behalf of the President of the Indian Republic, handed over 50 spears to the Ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt in New Delhi, Wael Hamed.

The Indian Presidency stated, in a statement conveyed by the Indian Embassy in Cairo, that the Egyptian government had recently requested PPG spears from India.

The Indian presidency added in its statement that the length of one spear is nine feet and nine inches.

The spear is a tool of war. It is a wooden or metal stick with a pointed metal piece at the end.

There is a type of wooden spear that can be sharpened with a knife or sharp tool to become a spear without the iron piece, such as a bamboo stick.

But the most famous spears designed for hunting or fighting in ancient times are spears with a triangular metal tip.

Spears can be divided into two different types: spears designed for fighting, and spears designed for throwing.

The spear has been known since ancient times, as ancient man used it to hunt animals. He used pointed stones to attach them to the head of a long stick, forming a suitable spear.

Spearfishing is one of the most famous, if not the most famous, fishing methods in ancient and medieval times and is often used to catch mammals and fish.

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