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India to scrap $20 billion mega MMRCA deal for 126 Rafale jets
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Uncertainty Prevails over Rafale Tender

NEW DELHI: The uncertainty prevailing over the 2007 tender to procure 126 Multi Medium Role Combat Aircraft (MMRCA) following Modi's announcement to buy 36 Rafale jets in fly away condition from France has given rise to speculation amongst Indian ... New Indian Express, 1 month ago

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The Rafale Deal: Was there an Alternative?

COMMUNICATION Two critical comments on the recently-concluded Indo-French deal on Rafale MMRCA have been carried by the Mainstream (April 18, 2015). One critic has said that the Rafale was designed in 1986 and given the fact that the induction (...) - 2015 ...
 Mainstream1 month ago Fadnavis tweets create buzz on MMRCA deal  Deccan Herald2 months ago MMRCA deal may be renegotiated through G2G route: Ex-IAF chief  Business Standard2 months ago

MMRCA deal: Govt may scrap $20 bn project for 126 Rafale fighter jets

NEW DELHI: Any future Indian purchase of Rafale jets will come through direct talks with the French government, the defence minister said on Monday, effectively killing commercial negotiations for a larger deal with Dassault Aviation. Prime Minister Narendra ...
 Economic Times2 months ago MMRCA deal: Government may scrap $20 billion project for 126 Rafale fighter jets  Economic Times2 months ago

India may not ink $20 bn MMRCA deal for Rafale

India may not ink $20 bn MMRCA deal for RafaleThis is India's "bottom line" on which the outcome of long-drawn final negotiations with French aviation major Dassault now hinges, even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to leave for France on Thursday ...
 Economic Times2 months ago India may not ink $20 billion MMRCA project deal with France for Rafale  Economic Times2 months ago Dassault Boss Reviews Rafale's Great Year  Aviation International News2 weeks ago India Mulls Joint Venture for Rafale Assembly  Defense-Aerospace2 months ago

India set to abandon MMRCA deal

India is set to abandon the Rs 90,000-crore project to buy 126 medium multi-role combat aircraft (MMRCA), seven years after the Defence Ministry began the process to find a replacement for the Indian Air Forces (IAF) ageing MiG-21 fleet. French company ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago India likely to directly buy 63 Rafale combat jets  Prokerala2 months ago Dassault Still Hopeful For Full Indian Rafale Deal  Aviation International News3 weeks ago June 3, 2015 @ 09:54 AM Dassault Hopeful of Selling More than 36 Rafale Aircraft to India Dassault Aviation Chief Eric Trappier is still hopeful of selling extra Rafale fighter jets to India apart from the 36...  Defense World1 month ago

French ‘won’ battle of nerves in Rafale deal

French president Francois Hollande, left, greets Indian prime minister Narendra Modi. (Photo: AP) MMRCA talks likely to drag on now It’s Advantage France as Paris seems to have won the battle of nerves with New Delhi over its acquisition of Rafale fighter ...
 Asian Age2 months ago

MMRCA deal off; India to buy 60-63 Rafales jets off the shelf from France: sources

Noted Strategic Affairs expert Nitin Gokhale says quoting highly-placed sources: India is likely to buy about 60 Rafale combat jets from Dassault Aviation instead of 126 aircraft proposed in the original request for proposal meant to be procured in under the process that began some eight years ago.The decision to buy nearly three and a half squadrons (between 60-63 aircraft) of Rafale jets for the Indian Air Force was taken at the highest political level hours before Prime Minister Narendra ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago PM Modi visit: India inks 17 agreements with France, to buy 36 Rafale jets  Jagran Post2 months ago Modi visit: India, France ink 17 agreements, India to buy 36 Rafale jets  Jagran Post2 months ago

Future Rafale deals will also be under govt to govt, says Manohar Parrikar

The Minister refrained from giving a direct reply to questions whether the requirement of Air Force for more MMRCA will be through Rafale or if any other player can come into action.
 DNA2 months ago 7 Points That Define Manohar Parrikar's Political Career  Silicon India2 weeks ago No need to buy 126 Rafale jets: Manohar Parrikar  India Today1 month ago No need for 126 Rafales, 36 enough, the deal is yet to be inked: Parrikar  DeshGujarat1 month ago
Counter Currents

Indian Rafale Cost Criticism Raises Doubts on MMRCA

Future Indian purchases of the Rafale are unclear. (Photo: Dassault) PARIS and NEW DELHI — India's criticism of a high price tag on the Dassault Rafale has sharpened public focus on French negotiations to extend sale of the twin-jet fighter ...
 DefenseNews.com4 weeks ago Rising Corporate Military Complex In India: A Critical Appraisal  Counter Currents3 weeks ago Big deal or not India procurement  IISS1 month ago

MMRCA RFP buried; Parrikar drops enough hints

Bengaluru, Apr 13: Just under 48 hours after Prime Minister Narendra Modi hit a clean one-ball 36 by asking the French government to deliver Rafale frontline fighters from Dassault Aviation via the government to government (G2G) route, his key man in the ...
 One India2 months ago
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