Author: Business Standard

Dorniers in Air India colours to boost regional connectivity

After serving the Indian armed forces in various capacities, the German-origin, India-made twin-turboprop Dornier Do-228 aircraft is soon expected

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As LoC heats up, army contracts for two rocket regiments from L&T, Tata Power

With tensions escalating on the Line of Control (LoC) between India and Pakistan, the ministry of defence (MoD) has

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Slot allocation process fair, independent: Dubai Airports

Amid Indian airlines raising concerns over slots, Dubai Airports today said allocation of slots to airlines is an independent

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Killing of 15 Pakistan Rangers shows India is choosing targets carefully, says defence expert

A day after the Border Security Force (BSF) announced that it killed 15 Pakistani Rangers in cross border retaliation,

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India’s growing clout will make it difficult for Pak to buy high-tech weapons: Report

As India's purchasing power and geopolitical influence increases, Pakistan risks increasing global isolation when it comes to purchase of

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K226T copter production marks major step in India-Russia ties: ROSTEC CEO

Russian defence manufacturer ROSTEC has said the production of K226T helicopters would mark a major step in the long-time

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Ready to manufacture Rafale in India: Dassault CEO

With the deal for 36 Rafale jets in kitty, Dassault Aviation CEO Eric Trappier today said the French company

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Indigenous manufacture of missiles in ‘one or two years’: Parrikar

India is just "one or two years" away from indigenously manufacturing missiles, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said

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Russia offers maintenance, after-sales support for defence equipment

Amid concern in the defence establishment over poor serviceability of the country's mainline fighter aircraft Su30 MKI, Russia today

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Tata Group defence business expected to have 7.5% growth

Tata Group said its revenue from defence and aerospace business is expected to have a 7.5 per cent annual

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