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Ultimate objective is to win future conflicts with home-made weapons: CDS Gen Rawat on 83 Tejas jets orderThe Cabinet Committee on Security approved the largest indigenous defence procurement deal worth Rs 48,000 cr to buy 83 LCA Tejas Mark1A fighter jets.
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Cabinet approves procurement deal of 83 Tejas aircrafts worth Rs 48,000 crore to strengthen IAF: Rajnath SinghThe LCA-Tejas is going to be the backbone of the IAF fighter fleet in years to come. LCA-Tejas incorporates a large number of new technologies many of which were never attempted in India, said Rajnath..
Cabinet Committee approves Tejas deal worth Rs 48,000 crore
Rs 48,000 crore landmark deal: India clears purchase of 83 Tejas jets for IAF
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12-year-old from Noida donates 48,000 to fund 3 migrants' air travel to JharkhandChief minister Hemant Soren on Monday thanked a 12-year old girl from Noida for "breaking her piggy bank" and donating Rs 48,000 to fund the return of three migrants to their homes in Jharkhand.
Noida: 12-year-old pays Rs 48,000 for migrants’ airfare, earns praise from Jharkhand CM
Truckers, owners pay Rs 48k cr/yr in bribesTruck drivers and fleet owners shell out around Rs 48,000 crore annually as bribes to traffic or highway police, besides personnel from the transport and tax departments, according to a study carried..
Telecom dues: DoT seeks Rs 48,000cr from Oil IndiaThe telecom department has slapped a Rs 48,000 crore demand notice on Oil India in past statutory dues, an order which the country's second-biggest state oil producer plans to challenge in Telecom..
Chandigarh: Forum directs insurance firm, third party company to furnish Rs 48,000 for not paying full medical claim