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India to shop for multirole helicopter engines

India to shop for multirole helicopter engines

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Pot Calling The Kettle Black, In-depth Opinion Piece By Lt Gen S L Narasimhan (Retd)

Pot Calling The Kettle Black, In-depth Opinion Piece By Lt Gen S L Narasimhan (Retd)

China is sensitive to India’s reactions in South Asia saying that it affects her core interests. China’s behaviour towards India shows scant respect to India’s sensitivities. China’s stategic behaviour is that of a power that is not sure of herself.

In a first, IAF heads for drills to Israel

In a first, IAF heads for drills to Israel

In a first, Indian forces are set to head for Israel to take part in joint military drills that will have significant strategic implications given the list of participants that includes US, France and Germany.

India bars trade of defence, other goods with North Korea

India bars trade of defence, other goods with North Korea

In a recent move, India has prohibited the exports and imports on several products, including defence related goods, aviation fuel and coal, relating to North Korea. A notification released by the government said, “Direct or indirect export and import of certain items whether or not originating in Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), to/from DPRK is prohibited.”

Coming Months To Unfold JV Announcements From Indian and Russian Defence Firms

Coming Months To Unfold JV Announcements From Indian and Russian Defence Firms

Defence ties between India and Russia are all set to witness new highs and the coming months will unfold announcements from both sides on formation of Joint Ventures and for setting up manufacturing facilities in line with the government’s ‘Make In India’ initiative.

Terror plot: Rajkot court sends two brothers to judicial custody

Terror plot: Rajkot court sends two brothers to judicial custody

A local court in the city sent Vaseem Ramodia and his younger brother Naeem—the duo arrested for allegedly planning terrorist attacks in the state inspired by terrorist group Islamic State—to judicial custody after Gujarat Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) did not seek their further remand on Monday.

President gives gallantry medals to surgical strike heroes

President gives gallantry medals to surgical strike heroes

Two of the Army daredevils who were part of the audacious cross-border “surgical strikes” against terror launch pads in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir last year were among the military personnel awarded with gallantry medals at a defence investiture ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan on Monday.

DEFENCE PSUs In India

DEFENCE PSUs In India

There are nine Defence Public Sector Undertakings (DPSUs) with 47 units in the country as per the following State / UT-wise details including Odisha

Defence budget inadequate, allocation should go up

Defence budget inadequate, allocation should go up

The defence budget of Rs 2.81 lakh crore for the next financial year is woefully inadequate for modernisation of the armed forces and may affect military preparedness, a parliamentary panel said on Thursday, strongly pitching for boosting the allocation.

Major orders are still awaited and the delay in decision making is affecting the credibility of Indian Industries with OEMs, says Jayant D Patil.

Major orders are still awaited and the delay in decision making is affecting the credibility of Indian Industries with OEMs, says Jayant D Patil.

Orders to Private Sector seem to be getting mired under repeated decision cycles while conclusion of contracts has been visible in favour of foreign OEMs and DPSUs. The pace of decision making nearly adds a clear year between contract conclusion and award of contract. This only adds cost at the hands of the contractor due to inflationary trends. This calls for process reforms, says Jayant D Patil.

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