NEW DELHI — India has once again asked the Italian government to probe alleged irregularities in a contract for 12 helicopters from AgustaWestland. The Italian defense firm has denied the allegations. India signed a 35.46 billion rupee ($720 million) contract with the company in February 2010 for 12 AW101 helicopters, mainly to be used by the president, prime minister and other top government officials. The AW101 was selected over Sikorsky’s S-92 Super Hawk. The deal has been called ...
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