The Indian government is finally pressing ahead with work on an indigenous stealth fighter after a funding crunch stalled the project for several years. The Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (AMCA) program is due to receive $2 billion in various increments over the next three years, with expectations the figure will grow. The money is being allocated to complete the design concept study and build a pair of technology demonstrators as well as seven prototypes. An official timeline suggests ...

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