On a Wing and a Dare

Tara Sriram

The success of an indigenously developed passenger aircraft would depend on our willingness to embrace failure as part of the design process

Fly High But Lie Low

The success of any law or regulation lies in balancing the interests of all concerned

The Tragedy of Tejas

The Government doesn’t see that the commercial bonanza for foreign countries is choking off funds for home-grown aircraft

Flight Delay

HAL’s production of helicopters and aircraft cannot keep up with even half of the requirements of India’s Air Force and Navy

Fifth Generation Flame-out

An incident during an air show focuses attention on India’s need for an advanced engine for the aircraft being developed jointly with Russia

Wild Goose Chase in the Skies

India has announced it will sign the much-trumpeted 126-aircraft MMRCA deal worth $12 billion in September. But will it? Unlikely


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