NEW DELHI — India has warned that it will cancel a contract to buy helicopters from AgustaWestland and impose penalty measures if allegations of irregularities in the deal are proven, although it still has not launched a formal investigation into the matter. The deal to buy 12 AW101 helicopters, mainly to be used by the Indian president, prime minister and other top government functionaries, has been under a microscope after the arrest of a few individuals in Italy for allegedly paying ...
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