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He must have also noticed that Tejas, Mig35, Rafale and Gripen all have similar surfaces, good or bad.
"similar surfaces"What does that mean?
Perhaps he is inspecting the gun bay door in anticipation of a future contract?
Great pic – in the photo, it looks like HAL chairman wants to have a better look but Gripen India head has skillfully placed his hand blocking HAL chairman's view!
Ashok Nayar: Excuse me sir! Can you pls. remove your hand, I can't see the turbofan properly.
Is it means that india is going for Gripen for its MMRCA?
The Gripen is what the Tejas should have been…
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