$11 billion second line of submarines for Indian Navy to boost private sector

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  1. BengalTiger

    BengalTiger New Member

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    14 Jul 2010 8ak: On 26 Sep 2008 a Pakistani shipyard successfully launched the first Air Independent Propulsion (AIP) submarine in the Indian Ocean, the third of its Khalid Class - Agosta 90B submarines. China meanwhile has 62 submarines of which 10 are nuclear powered. At the same time, NDTV reports that India will be left with only 9 old submarines by 2012 as two Russian foxtrots will be decommissioned...

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  3. Zebra

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    Hi,
    Indian government must allow L & T for development of their indigenous submarine . Infact government give contract to publick sector shipyards with other countries support. If government can not do jobs , let private sector do for India. They keep L & T out of sub deal . Not good for india.
     

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