Oct 07, 2015

Exclusive: Modi pushes 'obsolete' made-in-India plane on reluctant military | TODAYonline

NEW DELHI - India's government has turned down the military's request to expand the acquisition of 36 fighter planes from Dassault Aviation SA to plug vital gaps, officials said, nudging it to accept an indigenous combat plane 32 years in the making. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's decision, in line with his Make-in-India policy to encourage domestic industry, is a blow for not only the French...

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