AW101 VVIP Chopper (Photo: Agustawestland) India is likely to shut the AgustaWestland chopper bribery case due to lack of evidence after recovering INR 2,400 crore (US $377 million) deposited as bank guarantee in Italy and India. The Central ... Defense World, 1 month ago
Thursday, June 25, 2015 @ 11:16 AM CBI Probe into AgustaWestland Deal Unnecessary: Former IAF Chief SP Tyagi An inquiry by the Indian Air Force and Ministry of Defense (MoD) may have found no substance in the AgustaWestland... - Defense World, 1 month ago
CBI likely to close AgustaWestland probe - India Today, 1 month ago
Defence Ministry passed on the authenticated court report and representation of the AgustaWestland to the CBI seeking its comments, official sources said. NEW DELHI: CBI is unlikely to give clearance to AgustaWestland, facing alleged bribery charges, for ...Economic Times, 2 months ago VVIP chopper scam: CBI probe making no headway due to lack of evidence Economic Times, 1 month ago VVIP chopper scam probe making no headway Times of India, 1 month ago Lack of Evidence Hampers India Corruption Probe Defense-Aerospace, 1 month ago
CBI's probe in India into alleged irregularities in the AgustaWestland VVIP helicopter deal is at an advanced stage even as the agency is awaiting responses from eight countries to which it has sent letters rogatory in this connection, Lok Sabha was informed ...Outlook, 2 months ago AgustaWestland probe: CBI awaiting response from 8 countries, Parliament told Zee News, 2 months ago
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July 19, 2015 @ 02:11 PM Mi-17V5 Helicopters to Continue as Indian VVIP Transport India will continue using six Mi-17v5 helicopters for VVIP travel as the possibility of reviving the AgustaWestland chopper deal looks...
Mi-17V5 Indian Air Force; photo by IAF DPR India will continue using six Mi-17v5 helicopters for VVIP travel as the possibility of reviving the AgustaWestland chopper deal looks remote. With two helicopters mothballed and further deliveries ...Defense World, 1 week ago
July 7, 2015 @ 10:01 AM Agustawestland Delivers Three AW139 Helicopters To Italian Coast Guard Agustawestland today has delivered three AW139 intermediate twin aircraft and has signed an order for two additional aircraft with Italian...
Daniele Romiti, AgustaWestland CEO and Graziano Delrio,Italian Minister of Infrastructure and Transport sign deal for additional two aircraft Agustawestland today has delivered three AW139 intermediate twin aircraft and has signed an order for ...Defense World, 3 weeks ago Italian Coast Guard signs for more A139s ADS Advance, 2 weeks ago Italy, Malta Order Additional AW139 Helicopters Defense-Aerospace, 2 weeks ago Italian Coast Guard Expands Its AW139 Helicopter Fleet Aero-News Network, 3 weeks ago
The Relateds In 145 pages, a three-judge panel based out of Busto Arsizio, has busted the so-called scam in India's procurement of 12 AW101 helicopters for VVIP travel. This detailed judgement which has been accessed for the first time, by ...India Today, 1 month ago
Bell Helicopter (Booth U029 ) and AgustaWestland (Booth S141 ) are the only rotorcraft manufacturers exhibiting here this year. Both are stressing the importance of the European market, despite its slowdynamics. Bell is showcasing a Bell 429 with ...Aviation International News, 2 months ago
The debate over whether it is wise to blacklist global arms corporations found guilty of bribery and corruption is gathering steam as the defence ministry finalises its forthcoming defence procurement policy of 2015 (DPP-2015). The National ...Smart Investor, 21 hours ago
NEW DELHI --- What is the use of a gun without bullets? Or a shark, even if a metal one, without teeth? Using this logic, the Indian Navy has sought a waiver from the government to ink the Rs 1,800 crore deal with Italian conglomerate Finmeccanica ...Defense-Aerospace, 1 month ago Navy asks government to lift ban on blacklisted Finmeccanica for torpedo deal Economic Times, 1 month ago Lift ban on blacklisted co for torpedo deal: Navy Times of India, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI: Incumbent director Rajan Katoch has been on extension for the last nine months. Sources said the government's failure to find an eligible candidate has yet again resulted in Katoch getting an extension of another three months. Severe ...Times of India, 1 month ago
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