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HAL restarts flight testing of intermediate jet trainer

The IJT is conceived to be an intermediate jet aircraft to help rookie Indian Air Force pilots transition smoothly from basic trainers to advance jet trainers like the Hawk 132.

Hindustan Aeronautics Limited teacher recruitment 2019: Apply before April 10, salary up to Rs 29,000

HAL teachers recruitment 2019: The last date to apply is April 10, 2019. Interested candidates can apply at the official website, hal-india.co.in

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HAL’s order books are full, its trade receivables up, bank balance down

The Rs 9,845 crore of receivables is the highest amount of outstanding trade payments reported by HAL in financial disclosures made since 2012 on the company’s website.

Rafael deal: Govt strategy to weaken, destroy HAL, says Rahul Gandhi

“HAL has built multiple, different types of aircraft. So, the strategy of the government is to weaken HAL, don’t give them money, destroy India’s strategic capability and give the gift to Anil Ambani. That is the plan and that is what we are trying to thwart,” Rahul said.

Temple of modern India, HAL being ruined, says Rahul Gandhi

Rahul addressed a small gathering of HAL employees, who defied a circular issued by the company on Saturday against associating with political events.

Amid Rafale row, HAL’s 3-year delay in Sukhoi rollout raises concerns; company says delivery on schedule

In the case of Sukhoi Su-30 MKI, 50 fighter jets were supplied in “flyaway condition” by Russia as part of the direct contract with India, and HAL was contracted to deliver 222 more — under licensed production — in six different contracts.

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Out of my mind: Rafale Recipe

HAL has never produced a fully domestically produced fighter plane. This was why India had MIGs prone to crashing.

HAL records highest-ever turnover: CMD R Madhavan

"We have recorded the highest ever turnover of Rs 18,28,386 lakhs in the 2017-18 financial year compared to previous year's turnover of Rs 17,60,379 lakhs," CMD R Madhavan said in a statement.

Sukhoi crash: HAL makes Rs 273-crore insurance claim

HAL has paid a premium of around Rs 18-19 crore during the year and may have to shell out 20 per cent higher premium next year due to the Nashik claim, officials said.

SU 30 jet crashes near Nashik, both pilots safe

A Sukhoi aircraft crashed near Nashik in Maharashtra on Wednesday. Both pilots ejected safely.

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