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Huma Siddiqui

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Amended DPP 2013 not likely next month

The chances of an amended Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP) to be released in July are slim.

Amended DPP 2013 not likely next month

After pacts with utilities, US-based Innovari Inc eyes India’s defence space

US-based Innovari Inc plans to enter the Indian defence space.

After pacts with utilities, US-based Innovari Inc eyes India’s defence space

Pacific Alliance nations seek greater trade with India

An economic partnership with the Pacific Alliance, a grouping of Mexico, Peru, Chile and Colombia, will benefit both parties, outgoing ambassador of Peru to India, Javier Paulinch Verlade, told FE.

Pacific Alliance nations seek greater trade with India

Sweden’s Gripen back on IAF’s radar for light combat planes

Swedish defence minister Peter Hultqvist will be visiting India from June 9 to June 12.

Sweden’s Gripen back on IAF’s radar for light combat planes

Trade, connectivity top PM Narendra Modi’s agenda during B’desh visit

Boosting trade and connectivity, as well as inking of agreements on power, road transport and shipping, is set to be the focus of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Bangladesh...

Trade, connectivity top PM Narendra Modi’s agenda during B’desh visit

Centre levels the field for private sector in defence

The Modi government has nullified a strategic duty advantage with defence PSUs, which has long enabled them to keep competition at bay and thwarted the country’s efforts to cut arms import.

Sushma Swaraj lauds NDA governmen’s foreign policy

Sushma Swaraj also said there was no competition between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and her over foreign visits.

Sushma Swaraj controversy

India plans to increase crude imports from Colombia

India is planning to increase crude oil imports from Colombia by 20-30%.

India plans to increase crude imports from Colombia

Indian sonars to power foreign navies

Navies from Southeast Asian and Latin American countries have shown keen interest in acquiring advanced sonar systems developed by NPOL, a key DRDO lab

Indian sonars to power foreign navies

Catching up with China: Oil, trade bring India, LatAm closer; MoS visit next week

On the agenda would be expansion of trade basket with Ecuador, which offers privilege location, potential in agri-business, fishery, aquaculture, forestry, mining and tourism

Catching up with China: Oil, trade bring India, LatAm closer; MoS visit next week

‘GSL order book has doubled in one year’

The MCMV project, cleared by the present government on February 28, has woken up a sleeping giant, which is now moving forward to roll out this project on time

‘GSL order book has doubled in one year’

Russian firm, HAL to join hands to make helicopters

Russia's Rosoboronexport is joining hands with India's Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) to manufacture Ka-226T ‘Kamov’ helicopters

Russian firm, HAL to join hands to make helicopters

Oil honchos to join Pradhan on Mexico visit

Mexico has decided to offer hydrocarbon assets to foreign companies for exploring oil and gas.

Oil honchos to join Pradhan on Mexico visit

Despite nod, BAE Howitzers will arrive in India after a long process

The acquisition of 145 M-777 Ultra-Light Howitzers (ULH) of BAE Systems may have got clearance by the Defence Acquisition Council headed by defence minister Manohar Parrikar...

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US to enhance defence ties during India visit of secretary Carter in May

Hoping to build on President Barack Obama’s visit earlier this year, US defence secretary Ashton Carter will visit India...

US to enhance defence ties during India visit of secretary Carter in May

Defence ministry to seek DAC’s permission to buy M-777 guns

The ministry of defence is expected to seek the Defence Acquisition Council’s (DAC) permission for fresh letter of acceptance...

Defence ministry to seek DAC’s permission to buy M-777 guns

Govt yet to take a call on Tata-Airbus bid

Despite the independent committee report, submitted to the government on the Tata-Airbus consortium’s bid...

Govt yet to take a call on Tata-Airbus bid

China power gear makers mull repair Centre in India

Chinese power equipment suppliers are expected to soon set up a dedicated repairing centre in India.

Brazil, Venezuela evince interest in BrahMos missile

BrahMos Aerospace is confident that BrahMos-NG will open a huge potential market for the company, with specifications that very few competitors will be able to match.

Brazil, Venezuela evince interest in BrahMos missile

Rafale order no guarantee for $20-bn MMRCA deal: Experts

Prime minister Narendra Modi addressed the Indian Air Force’s urgent requirement with the order of 36 “ready-to-fly” French Rafale fighter...

India, France closing in on deal to buy 36 rafale fighter jets

Kalvari adds to Indian Navy’s underwater stealth

The first Scorpene submarine, christened Kalvari, is expected to provide a major fillip to the Indian Navy’s underwater capability by undertaking multifarious warfare, anti-submarine warfare and intelligence gathering

Kalvari adds to Indian Navy’s underwater stealth

Let us have a 1,000 Make SME scheme: Sanjay Bhandari, OIS-AT

OIS-AT is a prime original equipment manufacturer (OEM) in a variety of advanced technology products and services, especially in defence, homeland security and civil aviation.

Let us have a 1,000 Make SME scheme: Sanjay Bhandari, OIS-AT

To secure one navy bid, Airbus talks to six Indian partners

European giant Airbus, which has failed to bag helicopter contracts in India since 2007, is making an all-out bid...

To secure one navy bid, Airbus talks to six Indian partners

Nuclear ties top on agenda of PM Narendra Modi’s tour

Modi to commence his Europe & Canada trip later this week

Nuclear ties top on agenda of PM Narendra Modi’s tour

Keeping an eye, underwater

DRDO has successfully developed an autonomous underwater vehicle, which will aid the Indian Navy in surveying waters and help in the deterrence of hostile ships or submarines

Keeping an eye, underwater

‘Make in India’ saves AgustaWestland bid

Tainted firm allowed to seek naval contract with local partner.

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India & Jordan to strengthen trade ties

Minister of state for commerce and industry Nirmala Sitharaman and her Jordanian counterpart Maha Ali...

India & Jordan to strengthen trade ties
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