Budgetary woes put India's supercarrier 'INS Vishal' on hold

INS Vishal stalled since 2017. UK media on Sunday reported Delhi approached London to build HMS Queen Elizabeth-like carrier

INS Vikrant

INS Vikrant (pictured) will join the fleet of the Indian Navy by 2021. It is currently being completed at Cochin Shipyard

Global shipbuilders and analysts were abuzz on Sunday after the British media reported that New Delhi had approached London to buy the detailed blueprints for the Royal Navy’s new aircraft

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First Published: May 6 2019 | 3:26 AM IST

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