The Indian government today signed the $2.4-billion (Rs 10,900-crore) contract with French firms Dassault and Thales to upgrade
51 Mirage 2000H/TH fighter jets. The contract was signed at the Indian Ministry of Derfence today. Meanwhile, here's the Dassault-Thales joint press release
[PDF] announcing contract signature. As reported first on Livefist, the deal was cleared by
India's apex Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) on July 13.
Labels: AIR FORCE, Aircraft And Helicopters, EQUIPMENT UPGRADES