Tag: FICCI

Government of Odisha invites defence industry to Make in Odisha

Secretary Industries, Government of Odisha, Mr. Sanjeev Chopra on Tuesday made a strong pitch to Defence Industry for their

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Platform For Made In India Defence Products, Says Bhamre At Concluding Ceremony Of Bimstec In Pune

Subhash Bhamre, minister of state for defence, on Sunday, said that the multinational forum of Bimstec (Bay of Bengal

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‘Equipment Display’ at BIMSTEC MILEX – 2018 in Pune From Sep 15-16

The Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) in association with the Indian Army will be organizing

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Korean Companies Keen On Investing In India’s Defence Industrial Corridors In Tamil Nadu And Up: Korean Defence Minister

Korea-India defence cooperation will get a major boost with Korean defence contractors evincing avid interest in investing in India?s

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India-korea CEOs Develop An Ambitious Agenda To Enhance Trade And Investment Between The Two Countries

The India-Korea CEOs Forum held its second meeting in New Delhi on Tuesday, with business leaders from both the

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Govt Assures Action On Ease Of Doing Business In Defence Sector

The ministry of defence has assured the industry that the government was keen to align procurement and production and

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From UAVs To A System Preventing Friendly Fire, FICCI Offers Solutions To Army

From palm-sized UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) for surveillance, drones capable of ferrying stores to high altitudes, identification friend or

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Army Turns To Artificial Intelligence To Break Through Chinese Language Barrier

A Bengaluru-based company has come up with a solution that could help the Indian Army leap over the language

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Army Keen To Take Up Solutions That Would Help Operational Readiness & Indigenization

In a first of its kind initiative by the industry body-FICCI and defence news portal- DefenceAviationPost.com, the Indian Army on

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Identifying Terrorists A Problem: Rawat

To address the difficulty of the Army in locating and identifying terrorists from civilians, it was taking academicians to

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