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Narendra Modi government’s Rs 8,000 crore plan for home-made choppers

Narendra Modi government’s Rs 8,000 crore plan for home-made choppers

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has cleared a proposal worth around Rs 8,000 crore for acquiring 32 made in India ALH Dhruv helicopters.

Bdl, l&t sign mou to export torpedoes

Bdl, l&t sign mou to export torpedoes

Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL), a Defence Central public sector unit, signed an MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) with Larsen & Toubro (L&T) for export of light weight Torpedoes (LWT- XP), designed and developed at Visakhapatnam-based Naval Science and Technology Laboratory (NSTL) and manufactured by BDL.

Defence deal would require political consensus in Bangladesh and India

Defence deal would require political consensus in Bangladesh and India

We have heard that a defence deal of some kind is likely to be signed between Bangladesh and India. What might it contain

In the race between India and China for a Bangladesh defence deal, Dhaka emerges the winner

In the race between India and China for a Bangladesh defence deal, Dhaka emerges the winner

On the eve of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s visit to India in April, it seems that Bangladesh may be on the cusp of joining the big leagues in the international arena as the country ponders arms deals with India and China.

Indian defence industry void lands Bangladesh in chinese embrace

China has outfoxed India when it comes to defence diplomacy in the Indian subcontinent, as a stuttering Indian defence industry could muster little to offer these countries, including Bangladesh, seeking to modernise their armed forces.

Bangladesh-India defence coop framework finalised

Bangladesh-India defence coop framework finalised

Bangladesh and India are to sign a five-year memorandum of understanding (MoU) to formalise defence cooperation between the two countries, officials concerned confirmed.

Rawat to discuss Nepal Army’s upgrade

Rawat to discuss Nepal Army’s upgrade

International peacekeeping is likely to emerge as the focus of military collaboration between India and Nepal in the coming years, a senior diplomatic source in Kathmandu said on Sunday.

China says CPEC will not affect its stand on Kashmir issue

China says CPEC will not affect its stand on Kashmir issue

China today defended its ambitious USD 46 billion CPECBSE -4.45 % project, saying President Xi Jinping’s pet initiative was aimed at improving livelihood of people in the area and will not affect Beijing’s stand on the Kashmir issue.

Al Qaeda wants to create local leadership in South Asia, including India:US official

Al Qaeda wants to create local leadership in South Asia, including India:US official

The top Al Qaeda leadership has started nurturing terror units in South Asia, including in India, to give a local face to their outfit, according to a senior US defence official.

Home Ministry to set up expert panel for rail tracks security

Home Ministry to set up expert panel for rail tracks security

The Home Ministry today decided to set up an expert committee to suggest steps for strengthening security of railway tracks and other assets.

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