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Russian Defence Industry Seek GoI Ratification Of Their Engagements With Private Indian Defence Firms

Russian Defence Industry Seek GoI Ratification Of Their Engagements With Private Indian Defence Firms

While showing a keen interest in taking the ‘Make in India’ initiative further with Indian defence firms, the Russian defence industry has asked the Indian government to put in place some kind of a ratification mechanism (that is actually not a guarantee but some kind of official government backing) for its engagements with the private defence companies of India.

Coming Months To Unfold JV Announcements From Indian and Russian Defence Firms

Coming Months To Unfold JV Announcements From Indian and Russian Defence Firms

Defence ties between India and Russia are all set to witness new highs and the coming months will unfold announcements from both sides on formation of Joint Ventures and for setting up manufacturing facilities in line with the government’s ‘Make In India’ initiative.

Begining his international engagements with immediate neighbourhood, General Bipin Rawat To Soon Visit Nepal

Begining his international engagements with immediate neighbourhood, General Bipin Rawat To Soon Visit Nepal

Begining his international engagements with immediate neighbourhood, General Bipin Rawat To Soon Visit Nepal

Defence Ministry Returns To Arun Jaitley, Industry Hopeful of Continuity

Defence Ministry Returns To Arun Jaitley, Industry Hopeful of Continuity

Arun Jaitley is India’s new Defence Minister and will be holding the additional charge of defence ministry along with Finance.

Major orders are still awaited and the delay in decision making is affecting the credibility of Indian Industries with OEMs, says Jayant D Patil.

Major orders are still awaited and the delay in decision making is affecting the credibility of Indian Industries with OEMs, says Jayant D Patil.

Orders to Private Sector seem to be getting mired under repeated decision cycles while conclusion of contracts has been visible in favour of foreign OEMs and DPSUs. The pace of decision making nearly adds a clear year between contract conclusion and award of contract. This only adds cost at the hands of the contractor due to inflationary trends. This calls for process reforms, says Jayant D Patil.

Engaging Immediate Neighbourhood Is One Of My Top Priorities: Gen Bipin Rawat

Engaging Immediate Neighbourhood Is One Of My Top Priorities: Gen Bipin Rawat

trategic reach of India, with the expansion of its Navy and Air Force, is ever increasing. In line with this thought process, Gen Bipin Rawat, Chief of Army Staff, has planned to commence his international engagements with the immediate neighbourhood with the aim of conveying the importance that India attaches to its neighbours

“We have to review our strategy towards countering insurgency and follow very dynamic procedures than going with a static approach as in the past,” General Bipin Rawat.

“I would like to be fair in my journey and take things in a fair and pragmatic manner, without biases and without any kind of corruption,” India’s Army Chief Genral Bipin Rawat

“Soon See The Three Service Chiefs Watch Movies Together,” Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat

“Soon See The Three Service Chiefs Watch Movies Together,” Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat

Keeping in line with other modern Armed forces across the globe, the coming months will witness the Indian Armed Forces steadily moving towards conducting joint operations, exercises and inter-service integration at all levels, the Army Chief Bipin Rawat told DefenceAviationPost.com in an exclusive interview.

Gen Bipin Rawat :The Next Generation In Kashmir Should Not Live Through The Sounds of Gunfire and Smell of Explosives

Gen Bipin Rawat :The Next Generation In Kashmir Should Not Live Through The Sounds of Gunfire and Smell of Explosives

Insurgency is doing no good to the people of Kashmir and it is the young boys (the Kashmiri’s) who are suffering, said India’s Chief of Army Staff, General Bipin Rawat on the back of growing incidents of insurgency in South Kashmir.

Manohar Parrikar led DAC approves Rs 800 cr plus projects for enhancing surveillance of India’s coastline

Manohar Parrikar led DAC approves Rs 800 cr plus projects for enhancing surveillance of India’s coastline

Minister for Defence, Manohar Parrikar led Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) on Tuesday in a bid to enhance surveillance of India’s Coastline approved Rs 800 cr project for setting up of 38 new radar and 4 mobile surveillance stations and two Vessel Traffic Management Systems at the Gulf of Kutch and Khambat.