As Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turbull comes calling to India, the revival of quadrilateral naval drills in the Indian Ocean Region comprising India, the US, Japan and Australia is likely to come up for discussion
The response from Indian companies to tenders from the Defence Ministry is still tepid due to the absence of capability. This was articulated by RAdm Shekhar Mittal, Chairman & Managing Director, Goa Shipyard Limited (GSL) on the sidelines of a session organized by the CII on Industry Defence linkages.
The Light Combat Helicopter (LCH) from the stables of Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) is inching closer to its Initial Operational Clearance (IOC).
As per the defence budget, the finance ministry has cleared Rs 231 crores towards the development towards two very essential projects that could change the face of aviation in India.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi says he will send delegates to Japan to inspect the latest disaster prevention measures in the wake of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident.
The decision to have an army contingent from UAE parade alongside the Indian armed forces during the Republic Day celebrations
The US has called for partnership between India, Pakistan and Afghanistan on counter-terrorism operations, asserting that is for the “betterment” of the region as security of the three countries is linked with one another.
With the induction of light combat aircraft (LCA) Tejas into the Indian Air Force this year, the Aeron-autical Development Age-ncy
The indigenously designed ‘Sitara’ Intermediate Jet Trainer (IJT), which has gone through a troubled developmental phase that includes a crash in 2011, is set to revival with its designers planning to put the aircraft through fresh wind tunnel tests after a design upgrade. Top officials involved in the project told ET that the plan is […]