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The Cheetal helicopters are an upgraded version of the Cheetahs with more powerful engines manufactured by HAL.
And once you've achieved this target, look out for huge herds of cheetal (spotted deer), who look strikingly beautiful in the dappled light of the shady forests.
Divide the rest of the players into two teams--one team called the Cheetahs, the other team the Cheetals.
There was other game available: guar, sambar stag, cheetal deer, several species of tiny deer, blackbuck antelope, wild boars, to name only a few.
Such lessons help in the boardroom because you require similar qualities while handling a project", Cheetal adds.
Meanwhile, Managing Director of HAL's helicopter complex R Srinivasan said: "The Air Force was the first to recognise the efficiency of the Cheetal and placed orders in 2006.
The conference witnessed discussion on the MiGs (21, 27, 29); Sukhoi-30 MKI, Mirage and Jaguar; trainer aircraft Hawk, Kiran and the newly obtained Swiss product Pilatus; transport airplanes Avro and Dornier; choppers Chetak/Cheetah, Cheetal and the Dhruv light helicopter, as well as remotely piloted or unmanned aircraft and the target practice vehicle Lakshya, along with a few others.
The density of cheetal ( Axis axis), sambar ( Cervus unicolour), nilgai ( blue- bull), Chinkara chow singha ( four- horned antelope) and wild boar per square km is much higher as compared to Gir.
HAL is looking to supply Cheetal light helicopters meant for operations in high altitude areas.
The Mughals, who went on hunting expeditions with trained cheetahs, often used the cats to run down other animals such as cheetal, nilgai, hare, hyena, jackal and black buck.
The police said Cheetal, a vegetable seller, was on his way to Sitaram Bazar in north Delhi when he was hit by a car allegedly driven by Sumit Mittal, who was under the influence of alcohol.
The shola forest is home to pipits, sunbirds, the elusive Oriental White Eye, elephants, langurs, cheetals and even tigers.