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hey shiv, what's the status of this plane.Will it be delayed even more ?
Hey Shiv – could you please enquire the details of the weaponisation trials from your sources. How are we scaling up w.r.t the IOC. Any details on the trainer version would also be welcome.
So is it only a pic of Tejas??
where was this pic taken ? and when ?is it at paris ?
there are much better pics taken by a certain Kedar Karmakar on the BR site.
Fantastic but an old one photo that i already seen in Bharat rakshak's Aero India 2009 gallery. I think this( great work of Stefan Gawlista ) is the only world-class mid resolution picture of LCA.
Eagerly awaiting your article/update on the LCA and with more photos (note the plural !!). Thanks
Very beautiful photo. Thanks for sharing with us. Keep it up, ??? ??.
karmakar is amateur at best. there are far superior snappers than him even on br.
this jet is farce and ADA/HAL/DRDO have failed
how chinese operationalized jf17 in just 5 years and this lca shows no signs of even being air to air capable
Cool jet for a budget price!
whats da status of this plane , can it be compabred with jf-17(chinese) ?
common yaar bas kar ! been irritate by watching those snap, just give the update whether it is ready or not, can't take it anymore, just want to know when it will be inducted in IAF. i know it is very advanced aircraft can compete with F-16 and JF-17. but it should be ready, only suffering with engine pblm.
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