Early Saturday morning at 0745 hours, India’s DRDO successfully test-fired a interceptor missile off Odisha coast and achieved a significant milestone in the direction of developing a 2-layered Ballistic Missile Defence system.
Expensive and sleek snow scooters, usually found at ice-capped tourist spots for adventure sport lovers, have for the first time been inducted for patrol by ITBP troops along the Sino-Indian frontier.
India took a big step towards an operational two-tier ballistic missile defence (BMD) system by testing a high-altitude interceptor missile to destroy an incoming ballistic missile over the Bay of Bengal on Saturday morning.
Organised by DRDO and Aeronautical Society of India, event has attracted about 900 delegates
In a bid to push domestic manufacturing, Indian government has decided to provide special fund to small defense manufacturing companies for developing new technologies.
India is finally taking steps to make its armed forces fighting fit. The country has inked a flurry of emergency deals for ammunition and spares worth around Rs 20,000 crore over the last two to three months to ensure its fighters and tanks, infantry and warships, are all ready to go to battle at short notice. Reports Times Of India.
India is one of the largest importers of conventional defence equipment and spends about 31.1% of its total defence budget on capital acquisitions and about 60% of its defence requirements being import dependent
Defence Expert Major General (Retd.) P.K. Sehgal on Thursday said such an insignificant amount for defence in the Union Budget will not serve the purpose as India needs more force multipliers
Last year the budget was Rs.2.58 Lakh crores of which Rs.88,000 crores was for Capital expenditure. In the last four years Rs.35,000 crores capital expenditure has not been utilized and there is a 10% lapse every year.
India’s disruptive cash ban may prevent Finance Minister Arun Jaitley from using this week’s budget to quicken the pace of the country’s much-needed military modernization.