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  1. 1

    Anonymous

    not a good deal, taking part and assembling it india is not good. At least 70 percent of tech transfer required else its waste of money.

    Some Joshi couple like IAS must have been behind it

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  2. 2

    Parthasarathi

    This is a good step. And in future this facility may make helicopters also. At least the HAL's monopoly will be over. They are the worst PSU.

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  3. 3

    Dark Shadow

    Good initiative but we need to get technology absorption. Assembly,integration and testing is fine but what about engine and other technology transfer?

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  4. 4

    Anonymous

    Engine won't be made in India I think. Lets see how this unfolds.

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  5. 5

    Anonymous

    How good a weapon is ? if you need to buy each bullet ??

    How about buying fish daily or knowing how to do fishing in river by himself ?

    When Indian scientist can make super computer when technology was denied then why they can't make these ??

    When Indian scientific community can build and test nuclear weapons then what compulsion Indians or Govt. have to buy any defense item from outside ??

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    Anonymous

    As long as all the tech is transfered, no problem. That includes design, avionics, mechanical parts, and defintely the engine which indians suck at. We should not suck at anything and should be on par with our European and American manpower and innovations.

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    Anonymous

    We live in interesting times. The fairest step of make in india is good. Can the company use experience of C295 and design C296 ?

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    Anonymous

    Everybody knows the Tata Indica and Indigo product quality. Tatas have failed in delivering a good and reliable automobile product. Don't expect the quality in the airplane they produce.

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      Anonymous

      What r the other choices HAL?.

      May be if the govt gets rid of top management and floats HAL into a public limited company by divesting stock to general public, it might bring better accountability and can be a contender.

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    Anonymous

    If engine is not indigenised, that what is use of tech transfer. Do you think real technology will be transferred? Just a joke!

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