Defence

Indian Army gets ready for future wars! Embraces new, disruptive techs with drones’ display on Army Day

It is an indigenous system which has been built to cater for the most demanding surveillance operations of the Indian Forces.
The Army is also working with Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and Defence Public Sector Undertakings (DPSUs). (Photo- Indian Army)

More strength to the Indian Air Force; 83 indigenous fighters will soon join IAF

The state-owned Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) is expected to ramp up production by harnessing both the Bangalore and Nasik factories towards this purpose and complete the deliveries by 2026.

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India-UK Trade Talks: Virtual discussion to focus on potential deliverables next week

A report of the British Confederation of British Industry (CBI), has said that during the lockdown period of April-July in 2020, UK companies continued to invest millions into the Indian economy.

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No one should make any mistake of testing India’s patience: Gen Naravane on Ladakh standoff with China

Referring to cross-border terrorism from Pakistan, he said the neighbouring country continues to provide a safe haven to terrorists.

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India-UK Military Ties: Huge potential for co-operation, says UK Defence Adviser to India

Brigadier Gavin Thompson, UK Defence Adviser to India, talks to Huma Siddiqui on various aspects of the India-UK Military Cooperation.

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North Korea holds huge military parade as Kim vows nuclear might

While the country is believed to have accumulated at least dozens of nuclear weapons, outside estimates on the exact status of its nuclear and missiles programs vary widely.

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Meet Lt Col Prasad Bansod: Infantry School officer behind India’s first indigenously Developed 9mm Machine Pistol

Under the Make-II, as reported earlier, the private sector companies can take up product development on their own. And have been allowed to pitch their products to the services directly.

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Exercise Sea-Vigil 21 : Largest-ever coastal drill concludes, ensures safety of the vast coastline

The technical surveillance infrastructure called the National Command, Control, Communication and Intelligence (NC3I) Network was also validated.

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Atmanirbhar Bharat: Indigenous LCA to foster local industry, says R Madhavan CMD, HAL

On January 13, 2021, the CCS has put its stamp of approval for 73 Tejas Mk 1A and 10 Tejas Mk 1 trainers which will be produced by the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) at its facility located in Be

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LCA Tejas Mk-1A: Swadeshi shot in the arm for the Indian Air Force

The total deal is for nearly 48,000 Cr, and is expected to benefit around 500 Indian defence manufacturing companies in the private sector as well.

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Boost to domestic aerospace industry: CCS clears Tejas jet deal worth Rs 48,000 crore!

Defence minister Rajnath Singh said Tejas jets are going to be the backbone of the fighter fleet of the Indian Air Force in years to come.

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South American Lithium, Fuel for Zero Emission Vehicles!

Nearly 60-70 per cent cost of E-vehicle is its most common rechargeable battery (Lithium Battery), and India is fully depended on the importation of Lithium Batteries, either for cellphone, wristwatch

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Indian Army to soon have women pilots in combat flying role? Here’s what Army Chief said

Following the Indian Navy and the Air Force, soon the Indian Army will have women pilots in the combat flying role. Ahead of the Army Day on January 15, the Indian Army Chief Gen MM Naravane has said

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No plans to put boots on the ground in Afghanistan: Army Chief

Recent reports suggesting that India is thinking about sending troops to Afghanistan to replace the withdrawing US servicemen from Afghanistan is not only fallacious but also against the stated stand

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A strong India would act as ‘counterbalance’ to China, says declassified White House document

Running into 10 pages, the document was recently declassified in part by US National Security Advisor Robert O'Brien and now has been posted on the website of the White House.

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US unveils plan to counter China’s rise from India to Taiwan

National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien on Tuesday announced the publication of the document, titled “United States Strategic Framework for the Indo-Pacific.”

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No troops reduction by the Chinese, we are watching them, says the Army Chief

Nearly 10,000 Chinese troops have withdrawn from their depth areas. However, army chief says, ‘too much significance on these comings and goings should not be given.’

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Indian Army ready for a two-front war, Pakistan and China potent threat to India: Army Chief

“India is focusing on a solution for the ongoing Ladakh standoff between India and China. A solution which will be based on equal and mutual security.”

No. “We are prepared to hold our ground for as long as is required for realising our national goals.”

Nepal will not compromise on sovereign equality in its engagement with either India or China: PM Oli

"We are not in position to claim the territory of China or India. But we must claim our territory with our friends," said Oli, who had triggered the border row last year after his government came out

"The area (of) Limpiyadhura, Lipulekh and Kalapani is the territory of Nepal, is (a) very sacred part of Nepal," 68-year-old Oli was quoted as saying by the WION news channel.

India showed goodwill by returning captured PLA soldier: Chinese defence expert

The soldier of the China's People's Liberation Army was apprehended at the southern bank of Pangong Tso in eastern Ladakh on Friday morning after he transgressed across the Indian side of the Line of

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Indian Navy’s Sea Vigil-21: To ensure maritime security and keep the vast coastline safe

For the maritime security and Coastal Defence, the DAC has already given approval for the induction of Next-Generation Maritime Mobile Coastal Batteries (Long Range) or, NGMMCB.

There will be simulated attacks on vital installations and assets along the coastline.

CDS Rawat in Ladakh to review overall security situation amid border standoff with China

The Army and the Indian Air Force(IAF) have been maintaining a high state of operational readiness along the nearly 3,500-km LAC with China in view of the military standoff in eastern Ladakh.

Gen Rawat is also expected to travel to Kashmir from Ladakh on Tuesday.

‘Galwan heroes’ likely to be honoured posthumously on Republic Day

The Galwan Valley clash had escalated the border row in eastern Ladakh and resulted in a large deployment of troops and heavy weaponry by both the armies in the friction points.

India and China are locked in a bitter military standoff in eastern Ladakh for the last eight months. (Representative image)

Unit 3 of Kakrapar nuclear plant synchronised to grid

The 700 MW Pressurised Heavy Water Reactor (PHWR) was synchronised with grid at at 11.37 am on Sunday, the official added.

Former Atomic Energy Commission Chairman, Anil Kakoddar, said 15 more such units will follow in fleet mode.
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