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Centre clears Rs 48,000 crore deal to buy 83 Tejas fighter jets for IAF

DNA Wednesday, 13 January 2021 ()
The deal would be a major boost for the IAF and help it to arrest the fall in the number of its fighter aircraft squadrons.
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News video: Huge step for country, IAF: RKS Bhadauria on CCS approval for 83 LCA Tejas fighter jets

Huge step for country, IAF: RKS Bhadauria on CCS approval for 83 LCA Tejas fighter jets 01:31

Indian Air Force chief, RKS Bhadauria called the CCS approval for 83 LCA Tejas fighter jets, a huge step for IAF capability building and boosting the indigenous industry. "It is a huge step for IAF capability building. It is also a big boost to our indigenous industry. It is also a big recognition of...

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