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PART 2 OF THE INDIAN FUTURE WEAPONS SERIES On the morning of 7 November 2017, India’s most complicated and troublesome […]
Over a warm lunch at the Akash Officers’ Mess in the heart of India’s capital city this week, the Indian […]
The Indian Air Force today accepted a restored vintage World War II DC-3 Dakota aircraft. As reported earlier this week […]
Hmm. The HPT32 and HTT34 have been found wanting and what do we do ? Open our doors. maybe nogt such a bad idea as even the moghty RAF has bought foreign .
hey why does not anyone look on the bright side the glossy publications in India stopped printing sense about a decade ago and they were filled with crap now they are just filled with visually pleasing ads, unless you want to count the Victoria's secret catalogue that has always been easy on the eyes.
Apart from buying off the shelf basic trainers , India should try for self reliance . If HAL can design and produce Sitara Intermediate Jet trainer , why not a HAL designed basic trainer
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