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  1. 1

    Anonymous

    Nice model! Can you please get more information on things like:

    1. Will it use one shakti engine?
    2. Max payload
    3. Current status

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  2. 2

    Aditya

    Shows forward fuselage and tail design changes.
    And I wish HAL would proof read their posters before printing them… 'Small troops'? What exactly are 'small troops'? Soldiers under 5'3"? How hard can it be to print out an extra couple of words. Maybe an 'A' and a 'number' just thrown in there to make it, I don't know, coherent?

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  3. 3

    Anonymous

    Does it have anything in common with AW119? AFAIN Agusta-Westland offered AW119 in the RSH tender but got rejected.

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  4. 4

    Anonymous

    ^^^
    1. Yes
    3. metal cutting.

    Indranil Roy

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  5. 5

    Anonymous

    I think it is better to scrap other international tenders…..

    Go for only hal one………

    Any how our army can wait a little…..

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  6. 6

    Anonymous

    no, it wont use Shakti Engine

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  7. 7

    mathiman

    Why the &^&^^&^ indian politicians cant use this instead of Westland for VIP helicopters.

    Antony cries about indeginization but when it comes to themselves they want Forein stuff.

    This LCH is good for VIP travel. All they need is well trained technicians and good quality checks.

    That AUGUSta westland deal needs to be scrapped immediately

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  8. 8

    Anonymous

    NOw where is that prasun guy, i remember i had an argument with him on HALBIT/elbit vs lahav lets see what he has learnt from HAL stall(he sure would be disappointed) a plagiarist that he is , he would probably come up some proper bull sh*t to justify himself

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  9. 9

    rajeshthepilot

    Hi Shiv,

    Would this be the replacement to the Chetak…? Any news on what the Navy is looking at to replace the Chetak…?

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  10. 10

    Gautam

    I don't like HAL's complete monopoly over the Indian helicopter purchases. Fine, they get to develop LUH, but then how about giving the licence-production of the light helicopter tender to a private company instead?

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