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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.

Pakistan on equipment buying spree to fight militancy

Pakistan on equipment buying spree to fight militancy

Pakistan has expedited efforts to acquire military equipment and weapons to combat militancy as a fresh bout of terror attacks have killed over 100 people.

Aero India starts in Bengaluru today, to focus on Make on India

Aero India starts in Bengaluru today, to focus on Make on India

The 11th edition of the Aero India air show which starts in Bengaluru on Tuesday is expected to be one of the largest in recent years, with a focus on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Make in India initiative.

Lt Gen S L Narasimhan (Retd) Does An In-Depth Alalysis Of The Make In India Vs Made In China 2025 Program

Lt Gen S L Narasimhan (Retd) Does An In-Depth Alalysis Of The Make In India Vs Made In China 2025 Program

Made in China 2025 aims to make China a world leader in manufacturing. Make in India is more inward looking and aims to build India’s capacities and capabilities.

Union Budget 2017-18 May Allocate More Funds For India’s Defence Sector

Union Budget 2017-18 May Allocate More Funds For India’s Defence Sector

India’s renewed focus on security and aggressive plans on modernisation of the Armed forces coupled with the focus to spend more on training are indicators that point towards an increased budget allocation for the defence sector.

Meet Lt Gen Subrata Saha, DCOAS (P&S). He didn’t just coin the phrase of “Winning Indian Wars With Indian Solutions” but has also set a roadmap to do so

Meet Lt Gen Subrata Saha, DCOAS (P&S). He didn’t just coin the phrase of “Winning Indian Wars With Indian Solutions” but has also set a roadmap to do so

Why The Emphasis On Winning Indian Wars with Indian solutions. “We are fighting a proxy war whose intensity, complexity and dimensions are increasing,” Gen Saha said, adding that future wars are envisaged to be hybrid. He said that while the Line of Actual Control is a different confrontation, the Line of Control is a 24×7 and 365 days eyeball to eyeball contact configuration with adversary. “These are typically Indian battlefield conditions which require Indian solutions. Adaptations are not best solutions,” he explained.

India to pitch for export of its missiles and weapon systems in global markets, Manohar Parrikar

India to pitch for export of its missiles and weapon systems in global markets, Manohar Parrikar

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar today said India will pitch for the sale of state-of-the-art indigenously built missile and weapons systems in the global market to earn foreign exchange as the country was emerging as a global defence manufacturing hub.

After Rafale, France offers more defence equipment to India

After Rafale, France offers more defence equipment to India

After his meeting with PM Narendra Modi on the sidelines of the Pravasi Bhartiya Divas, French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said defence is an important area and that he shared with his concerns about terrorism and how India and France are together in fighting it.

Army Firepower Stimulus To Augment New Age Solutions From Industry and Academia

Army Firepower Stimulus To Augment New Age Solutions From Industry and Academia

January 9, 2017, for the first time, saw a blend of industry and academia at the Army’s “firepower show” conducted at the Artillery School, Deolali in Maharashtra. This convergence brought together a large section of India’s defence industry including leaders like the Larsen & Toubro, Tata’s, Bharat Forge and others along with various mid-segment industry groups, SMEs and MSMEs as also representatives of leading academic institutions including the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), the Bangalore-based Indian Institute of Science (IISc), and other academic organisations from across the country.

If seniority, date of birth was the only criteria, we should leave it to the computer to select the service chief, why follow a cabinet process : Parrikar

If seniority, date of birth was the only criteria, we should leave it to the computer to select the service chief, why follow a cabinet process : Parrikar

Defence minister Manohar Parrikar said on Tuesday that there has been no violation in any rule over the selection of chief of Indian army. Stating that the government has not violated any rules of selection process, Parrikar said selection of Chief of Armed Forces is the prerogative of Government.
“If seniority, date of birth was the only criteria, we should have left it to the computer to select the service chief…why follow a cabinet process,” he added.

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