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Indian Navy Expects $2.6 Bln Deal for Amphibious Transport Dock by Year End

Indian Navy Expects $2.6 Bln Deal for Amphibious Transport Dock by Year End

“If all goes well, then the Navy is expected to close the LPD contract by end of this year,” Vice Admiral DM Deshpande, Controller of Warship Production and Acquisition, Indian Navy, said in New Delhi.

India’s Mazagon Docks, DCNS Likely To Manufacture 3 Additional Scorpene-Class Submarines

India’s Mazagon Docks, DCNS Likely To Manufacture 3 Additional Scorpene-Class Submarines

India’s shipyard Mazagon Docks along with DCNS has approached the country’s Navy with a repeat order for three Scorpene-class submarines.

Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited To Launch Mormugoa, Second Ship Of Project 15B

Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited To Launch Mormugoa, Second Ship Of Project 15B

Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited (MDL) will be launching the second ship of the Project 15B, i.e. Visakhapatnam Class ships.

Scorpene data leaks being viewed “very seriously” : Navy Chief, Admiral Lanba

Scorpene data leaks being viewed “very seriously” : Navy Chief, Admiral Lanba

The leak of information on Scorpene submarine is being viewed “very seriously” and have asked French firm, DCNS to launch an urgent investigation into the matter, Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba said on Monday. “Any leak of information is viewed very seriously. We have viewed the leak of Scorpene data very seriously and we have asked (French firm) DCNS to launch an urgent investigation into this,” the Navy chief said.

French Maker DCNS Says Will Go To Court To Plug Scorpene Data Leaks

Desperate to plug the hole in the leak of classified data on Indian Scorpene Class submarines, DCNS, the French firm at the centre

Top secrets of India’s Scorpene submarine leaked in Australia

A massive leak of secret documents relating to India’s sensitive Scorpene submarine capabilities has been reported in Australian media today.

French sub builder data leak of concern

A leak of secret documents from the French company that won the bid to design Australia’s new $50 billion submarine fleet raises fears about the security of top-secret data on the navy’s future fleet, it’s been reported.

49% FDI cap in defence may go. Govt set to announce new guidelines for higher FDI in defence production

The Ministry of Defence will soon come out with a new set of guidelines and norms that will work as Standard-Operating-Procedures (SOP’s) for foreign companies seeking higher ownership beyond the existing 49% foreign direct investment (FDI) that is currently allowed in defence production.