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Will India have an edge over Pakistan, China after all 36 Rafales join IAF?

Experts said Rafales could be a game-changer for India after all the 36 jets join the Indian Air Force as no aircraft in possession of any country in the neighbourhood will be able to match Rafale

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India China border row | Rafale  | Indian Air Force

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Mid air refuelling of Rafale Jets on their way to India | Photo: Indian Embassy in France
Mid air refuelling of Rafale Jets on their way to India | Photo: Indian Embassy in France

The jets, known globally as one the most potent strategic platforms with unmatched capability in carrying out a variety of roles, will significantly bolster India's air combat capabilities when it is facing hostile neighbours like Pakistan and China, defence experts said on Wednesday.

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First Published: Wed, July 29 2020. 19:47 IST