India will decide on the fate of a long-delayed deal for 126 Dassault Rafale fighter jets only after March, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Wednesday.
The examination of the process was ordered by Defence Minister AK Antony after former MP Mysura Reddy questioned the method of selecting Rafale as the lowest bidder for the deal.
Britain`s BAE Systems is reported to be preparing a fresh bid which may include cutting down the prices for the world`s biggest fighter jet order.
Cameron had said the Typhoon was "a superb aircraft, with
further capability than Rafale".
IAF will make public in 4 weeks the winner of India`s biggest-ever Rs 42,000 crore military contract to acquire 126 medium multi-role combat aircraft.
Day in Pics: 5th March
Showbiz World - March 5 2015
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