Considered to be the ultimate stealth weapon, Indian Navy officials said the six submarines, once inducted, would form the core of the Navy’s submarine arm for the next two decades. An investigation has been ordered by the defence minister Manohar Parrikar into the incident.
LEMOA– one out of the three foundational pacts that have been hanging in air for over a decade now– is the agreement on sharing of military logistics between India and the American forces and will facilitate support such as refuelling and berthing facilities for each other’s warships and aircrafts on a reimbursable basis. India and the US had agreed in principal to ink this much delayed Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement or LEMOA during Ashton Carter’s recent visit to India in April this year.
In a sudden move, Japanese Defence Minister Gen Nakatani, who was scheduled to arrive in India on a three-day trip
By Anupama Airy…PM Modi To Shortly Announce Induction Of India’s first indigenously developed nuclear submarine Arihant into the naval fleet. Once inducted into the Indian Navy fleet, the submarine will be called INS Arihant. Built at Vishakhapatnam, Arihant has been designed, developed and engineered by various agencies including the Defence Research and Development Organisation, the Department of Atomic Energy and the Submarine Design Group of the Directorate of Naval Design, besides private companies such as Larsen & Toubro (L&T).
Iran has signed two agreements with Airbus covering new aircraft orders and a comprehensive civil aviation co-operation package. Agreements for 118 new aircraft, pilot training, airport operations and ATM support
Singapore-based carrier Scoot on Friday announced its entry into the Indian market with flight services to Chennai and Amritsar from next month, making it the fourth airline from the island city-state to establish its presence in the world’s fastest growing aviation market. Read More
“Both sides agreed to step up interactions…Very soon DGMO’s hotline matter will resolve, the draft is ready and China has agreed to set up a hotline between two countries for smooth and friendly talk on DGMO level,” the minister said, adding that the drafts of the agreement for establishing hotline and additional border meeting points have been exchanged.
India and the US on Tuesday agreed to ink the much delayed Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement or LEMOA, one out of the three foundational pacts that have been hanging in air for over a decade now. LEMOA is the agreement on sharing of military logistics between India and the American forces and will facilitate support such as refuelling and berthing facilities for each other’s warships and aircrafts on a reimbursable basis.
The deal for 36 fighter jets was first announced during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to France last year. The two sides had hoped to wrap up the strategic order during President Francois Hollande’s Republic Day visit in January, but the two sides had failed to reach a consensus on the price. As reported by DefenceAviationPost.com, India wants to keep the price at around Rs 60,000 crore. Defence minister Manohar Parrikar had told DefenceAviationPost in an exclusive interview last month that he wanted to close the multi-billion dollar deal as early as possible.
Ahead of his maiden visit to China on April 18, India’s defence minister Manohar Parrikar has indeed kept Chinese sensitivities in mind and followed an extremely balanced and matured approach while taking decisions during the just concluded three day visit of the US defence secretary, Ashton Carter to India….