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Days after tragic crash of HAL’s upgraded Mirage 2000, HAL built army chopper makes an emergency landing due to hydraulic failure

'Rudra' is the army variant of ALH developed by HAL and had taken off on a routine air sortie from the HAL airport

OpIndia Evening Dispatch: Friday, 1st February 2019

Selected stories of the day for your evening reading.

Freshly upgraded by HAL, IAF Mirage 2000 aircraft crashes leaving both pilots dead

HAL has been struggling to supply aircraft as per requirement by IAF.

Production delays by HAL impacting country’s air combat capabilities, IAF informs Govt

Recently, a Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of the Parliament led by senior Congress leader Mallikarjuna Kharge had heavily criticized HAL for the production delays.

Reliance Telecom-Ericsson case: Anil Ambani defended by Congress leader Kapil Sibal in Supreme Court

Kapil Sibal defends Anil Ambani in court, in Rcomm-Ericsson case.

Rahul Gandhi lies again in Parliament, this time about the Dassault Mirage 2000 aircraft

The Congress President has lied on several occasions regarding the Rafale deal and has even repeated the same lies on different occasions.

Congress’ duality: Mallikarjun Kharge bats for HAL after expressing ‘serious concern’ over HAL’s efficiency

Despite calling out Congress for its lies on HAL and Rafale deals, Congress leaders continue the rhetorics

Read excerpts of Congress’ Mallikarjun Kharge led PAC report slamming HAL for delay in projects while Rahul indulged in politicking

PAC, led by Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge severely criticised HAL for the delay in projects while Rahul Gandhi accused PM Modi of 'taking away projects from HAL'

Amidst Rafale row, PAC led by Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge slams HAL, questions efficiency

In 2015 Dassault had also expressed its inhibition in partnering with HAL, flagging its concern about the companies technical inadequacies

No scandal in Rafale Deal, says French ambassador Zeigler in Bengaluru

"Look at the facts, not Tweets," said Alexandre Zeigler.

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