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    Sudip Das

    IF WE DON’T START NOW , WE WILL BE NEVER SELF SUFFICIENT . BETTER LATE THAN NEVER

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    R Kumar

    India – learn to live with a sad truth – you cannot innovate, invent or be creative; nor anyone has the discipline required to realise such dreams, therefore you forever must accept your fate of being a servant to the rest of the world’s industry – build doors for Boeing aircraft or just service these……..it is not in your DNA to lead the world.

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      Abhijeet

      And it is this type of negative and insulting attitude of some misanthropes like you why we are SLOW. Maybe it’s time you get hold of some good science magazine, lest your radar should ever remain defective, detecting battleships as boats.

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        R Kumar

        Like I said – learn to live with a sad truth. I have watched the Indian aero scene from the HF24 Marut onwards forever hoping for the day when India would be truly independent of the world’s military industry. But no, that is not going to happen. No one is going to give you the ability to manufacture your own modern jet engines. Kaveri is a relic. Jet engine technology started around 1931. So it has been around 88 years. India has been independent for 72 years. Even in 7 decades, it has not been able to overcome this hurdle. I have been reading about so called Technology Transfers for decades. But what good have these done. With India, if you show them how to tie a left shoe lace, they then want you to show how to tie the right shoe lace as well. How dumb can you get? But the ministers are very good at doing Shastra pooja on a piece of hardware that has not even yet become operational in Indian Airforce.

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    Babulu

    Exactly, The curent economic growth is not powered by indigenous innovative or inven.tion or products.

    It is powered by temp foreign inc’s.

    This is not real growth

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    Rohan THE GREAT

    R Kumar , ur wrong. its true that tejas programme was started in ’83 and yet ongoing. but its also a truth that it has obtained the speed since 2014. tejas is becoming better year after year. India is also working on the infrastructure needed for production. if we think about amca, tejas is a milestone. as per present speed, we can say time needed to complete amca will be lesser than tejas. moreover kaveri engine programme is too on speed.

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    Ravi

    Developing such aircraft requires a vast knowledgebase and skills built over a period of time involving diverse application areas. How many universities have involved in developing such knowledgebase? How much infrastructure we have for conducting advanced research? How much human resource we have who have inclination to commit their life for such research? How much funds do we have for such research?

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