India's Rustom Attracts Attention At Singapore Air Show

  • 12:00 AM, February 15, 2012
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India's unmanned aerial vehicle Rustom and pilot-less target aircraft Lakshya have become a big draw at the ongoing Singapore Air Show. Parimal Kumar, additional director of the Defence Research & Development Organization (DRDO), said several countries were showing interest in India's defence projects. "We have delegates visiting the Indian pavilion and expressing keen interest in our core technologies”, he told reporters on Tuesday. Japan, Brazil, Canada, Israel, Jordan, Myanmar, and Singapore have conveyed their interest in the Indian defense technology, Kumar said. Mark Strasser, Senior Trade Commissioner at the Canadian High Commission in New Delhi, said he saw "a good potential" for collaboration between India and Canada in defence projects.
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