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    Anonymous

    These are advantages of giving defence work to private firms. We should give defence contracts to L&T, tata and other indian companies and make them work with universities like in U.S. we can raise education standard of our universities too

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    VJ

    This is really a remarkable work!

    Well done guys.

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  3. 3

    Anonymous

    Bravo. Work hard and deliver.

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  4. 4

    Anonymous

    since it is funded and provided Engineering support by LM , does inidan govt will have access to it ?

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  5. 5

    Manoj Mungasavalli

    Wow..great team work. Congrats!!

    Students inspiring DRDO!!
    Well India's UAV is atleast 15 years behind when it comes to Stealth, RADAR and Endurance.

    DRDO should either involve the PVT companies or colaborate with foreign companies and also involve universities similar to US model.

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    Anonymous

    university students have overtaken nal and nal will keep work rustom-1

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    Anonymous

    Arush X1 when fully developed
    and all systems integrated,
    will out-perform pakistan's
    jasoos-2 UAV.

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    Gautam

    The usual govt bootlickers from Bharat Rakshak will immediately spew abuse on this effort with 'How dare the private baniyas dream of competing with almightly DRDO/HAL babus? The babus are the gods of the sky themselves! Rustom will have the power of nuclear weapons and fly at the speed of light! This private baniya toy is nothing in comparison! Om Sri Babu! This team should immediately stop their blasphemy and apply for becoming peons, sweepers and bootblacks at DRDO premises just like us!

    God, I hope this gets purchased and inducted by some foreign military so that it shames our worthless Commie Defence Minster AK Antony into scrapping the PSU monopoly daydream of Rustom and finally giving the Indian private sector the chance they deserve.

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  9. 9

    Jayant Malani

    I am extremely delighted and thankful for all these exciting responses. Yes it is funded by Lockheed Martin but its rights are shared by Delhi Technological University (UAS-DTU) and Lockheed Martin both but it can only be used in benefit of India only. Its our dream if this could be inducted in Indian defense services and could serve for India and we need help in this procedure

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    Jayant Malani

    Extremely delighted and thankful for such exciting responses. Yes the roject is funded by Lockheed Martin but its rights are hold with both Delhi Technological University and Lockheed Martin and would only be used for benefit for India. Its our dream if this could be indicted in Indian Defense Services and could serve for the country.

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