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Life of Kiran aircraft to be extended up to 2017-18

In the absence of an intermediate jet trainer, the Indian Air Force (IAF)will have to extend the life of ageing Kiran Mk-I trainers up to 2017-18 to prevent any disruption in the pilot training programme. "After the study of the fatigue life spectrum of Kiran ... Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
India Today

Defence mess awaits the new govt, says Gautam Datt

Gautam Datt New Delhi,April 14, 2014| UPDATED09:10 IST Gautam Datt Much will be expected from the new dispensation which will be in place in New Delhi by the end of next month. Defence preparedness has become the victim of a policy logjam ...
 India Today5 days ago

HAL Edged Out In Trainer Competitions

Having lost patience following delays in inducting the HJT -36 Sitara intermediate jet trainer from the government-owned defense manufacturer Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd ( HAL ), the Indian air force has issued a request for information ( RFI ) for ...
 Aviation International News2 weeks ago
Mumbai Mirror

IAF's C-130J aircraft crashes near Gwalior killing five on board

In a major setback for the Air Force, a newly acquired US-made C-130J transport aircraft crashed near Gwalior after taking off from the Agra air base, killing five crew members, including four officers. Those killed in the crash are the aircraft's ...
 Mumbai Mirror3 weeks ago

Why is IAF so keen on scuttling HAL's indigenous trainer aircraft?

An IAF "request for information" floated on the MoD website invites Indian companies to submit preliminary bids to supply the IAF with 106 PC-7 Mk II trainers. Ajai Shukla reports  The Indian Air Force continues its quest to hand Pilatus Aircraft Ltd of Switzerland a Rs 6,000 contract for 106 PC-7 Mark II basic trainer aircraft, over and above the 75 Pilatus trainers already bought for Rs 3,850 crore (Swiss Franc 557 million). Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd is currently developing these 106 ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago IAF resists Antony's order for indigenous trainer aircraft  Business Standard India3 weeks ago Presently 75 PC-7 MK-II aircraft are contracted as Basic Trainer Aircraft (BTA) for the IAF. Sixty aircraft would be utilised for basic training of all the trainees at AFA. Remaining 15 aircraft would be based at Flying Instructors School (FIS), Air Forc  Force India1 month ago Training Dilemma for IAF  New Indian Express1 month ago
Force India

It (IJT programme) is Already Eight Years Behind Schedule. We Are Hoping That IOC Will be Obtained by End of This Year as by 2015 Our Kiran Assets Will Start Dwindling

AOC-in-C, Training Command, Indian Air Force, Air Marshal Paramjit Singh Gill AVSM VM What are your immediate areas of priority since you have taken over? Overall, I envisage a design of training that focusses on ...
 Force India1 month ago

AK Antony wants to punish Rolls Royce even before CBI completes probe

The ministry of defence (MoD) headed by AK Antony has sought expert opinion on whether legal provisions can be invoked against Rolls Royce to 'penalise' the global engineering firm for hiring middlemen to bag contracts in India. The ministry has ...
 DNA India1 month ago Rolls-Royce : Antony to punish Rolls Royce even before CBI finishes probe  4 Traders1 month ago

Rolls Royce to return Indian govt Rs 18 crore 'commission money'

PTI New Delhi,March 9, 2014| UPDATED11:44 IST Facing the heat of a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probe in an alleged bribery scandal, British firm Rolls Royce has written to the state-owned HAL that it was ready to return Rs 18 crore ...
 India Today1 month ago

Rolls Royce to return to govt Rs 18 cr paid as commission

Reuters New Delhi: Facing the heat of a CBI probe in an alleged bribery scandal, British firm Rolls Royce has written to state-owned Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) that it is ready to return Rs 18 crore paid by it to its commission agents to ... month ago Rolls Royce offers to return Rs 18 crore paid as commission in defence deal  NDTV1 month ago Rolls Royce to return to government Rs 18 crore paid to commission agents  DNA India1 month ago RR to return Rs 18 crore month ago

Rolls Royce paid 600 cr commission to bag deal

New Delhi : British major Rolls Royce allegedly paid around Rs.600 cr as commission to bag deals worth around Rs.10,000 cr with Hindustan Aeronautics Limited and the Defence Ministry has asked the CBI to unearth the money trail. The commission was ...
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago Rolls Royce Deal: CBI Asked to Unearth Money Trail  Outlook India1 month ago
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