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By Our Special Correspondent
NEW DELHI, OCT. 28. An Indian Air Force Mirage-2000, which landed awkwardly in Mauritius after performing an air show, has arrived in India after about three weeks.
The fighter aircraft was repaired by a team of IAF technicians and was declared serviceable for operations on October 14. However, the plane could not take off due to bad weather en route to India. The over five-hour flight to Thiruvanthapuram was undertaken by Sqn. Ldr. Jaspreet Singh, official sources said here.
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