India seals Historic Airbus Military Aircraft Deal

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Under the deal, 16 aircraft will be delivered in a flyaway condition by Airbus Defence and Space within 48 months of signing the contract. The remaining 40 planes will be manufactured in India by a consortium of Airbus Defence and Space and Tata Advanced Systems within 10 years of the contract.

This is the first project of its kind in which a military aircraft will be manufactured in India by a private company. A large number of detail parts, sub-assemblies and major component assemblies of aerostructure are scheduled to be manufactured in India.

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This thread going to be politically diversified kindly ask admins to move political section

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Time_Travel wrote:

Modi Rocks 🎸🎸

Above comment was deleted by Admin.I again posted this.Let’s see what happens next??

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12 hrs passed , still no hated cmnt 😳 , Anyways very good news – Jai Hind.

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cancob wrote:

12 hrs passed , still no hated cmnt 😳 , Anyways very good news – Jai Hind.

Kehna kya chahte ho
Don’t you like harmony and peace?

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BAT_MAN wrote:

Kehna kya chahte ho
Don’t you like harmony and peace?

Kehna kuch nahi chahta bro , just got shocked with the response.

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cancob wrote:

Kehna kuch nahi chahta bro , just got shocked with the response.

Shocked with positive response?

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Great news. But what happened to Hindustan Aeronautic Limited (HAL)? It’s a GoI owned defense enterprise and has years of experience in defense tech. Jut my ₹2 opinion but I strongly believe that defense manufacturing for core tech like airplanes should be under public enterprises and not corporates.

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Chudiya wrote:

Great news. But what happened to Hindustan Aeronautic Limited (HAL)? It’s a GoI owned defense enterprise and has years of experience in defense tech. Jut my ₹2 opinion but I strongly believe that defense manufacturing for core tech like airplanes should be under public enterprises and not corporates.

Shhh.. Don’t bring in Rafale Scam details.

https://www.airforce-technology.com/news/france....You’re spoiling the fragile positivity that too when it’s shocking and hard to digest.

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Chudiya wrote:

Great news. But what happened to Hindustan Aeronautic Limited (HAL)? It’s a GoI owned defense enterprise and has years of experience in defense tech. Jut my ₹2 opinion but I strongly believe that defense manufacturing for core tech like airplanes should be under public enterprises and not corporates.

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cancob wrote:

Yes bro wat a shot ❤️
https://twitter.com/IndiaUNNewYork/status/14416...

Mera desh badal chuka hai 💗

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said the government has no business to be in business and his administration is committed to privatising all PSUs barring the bare minimum in four strategic sectors.

“It is government’s duty to support enterprises and businesses. But it is not essential that it should own and run enterprises,” he said.

Modi also said the Centre’s policy is to either monetise or modernise public sector enterprises, with the intent that the government has “no business to be in business”.

Speaking at a webinar on privatisation by the Department of Investment and Public Asset Management (DIPAM), Modi said the Budget has given a clear roadmap to take India to a high growth trajectory.

Fiscal support to sick PSUs puts burden on the economy and public sector units should not be run just because of legacy, the Prime Minister said, adding many PSUs are loss-making and supported by taxpayers’ money.

Mera desh badal chuka hai , ye baat kuch logon ko samjh nahi aayegi , haters will keep hating and crying , so let them cry forever.

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cancob wrote:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said the government has no business to be in business and his administration is committed to privatising all PSUs barring the bare minimum in four strategic sectors.

“It is government’s duty to support enterprises and businesses. But it is not essential that it should own and run enterprises,” he said.

Modi also said the Centre’s policy is to either monetise or modernise public sector enterprises, with the intent that the government has “no business to be in business”.

Speaking at a webinar on privatisation by the Department of Investment and Public Asset Management (DIPAM), Modi said the Budget has given a clear roadmap to take India to a high growth trajectory.

Fiscal support to sick PSUs puts burden on the economy and public sector units should not be run just because of legacy, the Prime Minister said, adding many PSUs are loss-making and supported by taxpayers’ money.

Mera desh badal chuka hai , ye baat kuch logon ko samjh nahi aayegi , haters will keep hating and crying , so let them cry forever.

Good decision

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