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    Anonymous

    We may never see this on IAF Mirages. Apparantly, the deal may fall through due to very high price quoted by Dassault. At around $41 mil per plane- it is better to go for new built Su 30 instead

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    Anonymous

    ajai's piece is right. but ultimately the iaf has no choice by to upgrade the mirages. so therefore the fleet will definitely be upgraded. dassault will have to come around or risk upseting the government and completely ruling out the rafale, which stands a good chance otherwise.

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    Anonymous

    Looks nice….appears to be similar to the Rafale cockpit 🙂

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    Anonymous

    Isn't this an image of Rafale cockpit?

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    Truth for India

    They want $41 million for single Mirage-2000 upgrade with few more we can buy a new SU-30MKI!

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    Azhar

    Indians have habit of spending money vintage shit e.g aircraft carrier & others instead so for that money new staff can be bought.
    Every tom dick & harry in this business is trying to sell to them.

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    Anonymous

    No wonder Qatar wanted to get rid of their mirages.

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    Anonymous

    Azhar, anyway in the next couple of years Pakistan will become 'Talibanistan'… so we don't need futuristic/HI-FI weapons to fight the Taliban… vintage stuff is enough. That's why we are buying vintage stuff you Porki piece of pork!

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    NJS

    Why india is not considering Israel's offering upgrading in half of the price against Dassault and more over israel weapons seems to more better than french offer in upgrade pack.
    India should not waste more time in take decision .

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    Anonymous

    Similar to the Gripen cockpit.

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