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Rolls-Royce pursues 'Atmanirbhar Bharat' in all three dimensions

Rolls-Royce has a long history of partnering India in manufacturing and operating aero engines

An exhibit of Su 30 MK-I fighter aircraft at the Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL) pavillion during the 12th edition of DefExpo, in Gandhinagar on Tuesday
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An exhibit of Su 30 MK-I fighter aircraft at the Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL) pavillion during the 12th edition of DefExpo, in Gandhinagar on Tuesday

Ajai Shukla
As China’s rising aggression in the Asia-Pacific drives strategic convergence between India, the US and the UK, British high-technology firm Rolls-Royce sees strategy, politics and technology coming together to create a compelling rationale for major investments in India.

Rolls-Royce executives at the DefExpo 22 defence exhibition point out that they are the only global original equipment manufacturer (OEM) looking to engage with India’s military in the “highest-technology” realm of engine design in three dimensions — air, sea and land.

Navy gas turbines

In the realm of aircraft carrier propulsion, Rolls-Royce is pitching its MT30 turbines, which provide all-electric drive

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First Published: Oct 18 2022 | 8:39 PM IST

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