Confident of bagging the 60,000-crore deal to build the Future Infantry Combat Vehicle (FICV) for the Indian Army, Tata Motors Limited is considering setting up a new manufacturing and design facility in Dharwad, where it had already acquired land. Times of India, 3 weeks ago
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Why India still hasn't built a combat vehicle - Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Recently, the government cleared the lone bid of Airbus-TATA consortium for replacing Indian Air Force's fleet of ageing Avro transport aircraft for Rs 11,930 crore.Economic Times, 2 months ago Tata Motors' defence order book stands at Rs 1,500 cr Economic Times, 2 months ago
"The Army has been importing and assembling 6 by 6 and 8 by 8 vehicles from Czechoslovakia for last 20 years. Recently, the Centre opened up competition to indigenous players and Tata motors and ordinance factory board as well as Tatra from ...OnCars.in, 3 weeks ago
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