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HAL Unveiled CATS Giving IAF A Boost

Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) on Thursday unveiled a leap in technology of teaming up unmanned aircraft and vehicles with manned jets similar to the...

India Gives A Fierce Reply If Judged For Capabilities: Modi

In a clear message to the neighboring countries, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday asserted that India believes in the policy of understanding and...

PM Modi Tweets About Rafale Aircraft Landing on Indian Soil

Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted a video of the first set of Rafale aircraft landing on Indian soil with a Sanskrit phrase where he...

“India Must Stop Buying and Depending on Foreign-Made Weapons”, Says India Defense Chief

India must stop buying and depending on foreign-made weapons and instead start manufacturing its own, India’s Chief of Defense Staff General Bipin Rawat told...

Government to Appoint Chief of Defence Staff to Consolidate Defence Might of Country

The announcement by the Prime Minister from the ramparts of the Red Fort on August 15 that the government had decided to appoint a...

Defence Experts Urged the Indian Government to Make Aero Engines in India for Self-Reliance

Defence experts, including aerospace scientists and engineers, on Thursday urged the Indian government and industry to step up indigenous design and development of aero...

China and Pakistan reach a Consensus on Defense Relations

Visiting Chinese Vice Chairman of the Central Military Commission Zhang Youxia has said the Chinese and Pakistani militaries should implement the consensus reached by leaders of the two counties...

India successfully test fires n-capable Agni-V ballistic missile

India successfully tests the Agni-V ballistic missile on Thursday This was the fifth test that missile underwent With this success, India is now...

Indian defence exports surged in 2015

New Delhi, March 28: As India focuses on enhancing domestic production of military hardware, a surge in its export was recorded in nine months...

Wooing India: US focuses entry into Indian weapons market, wants Russia out

by Nadezhda Alekseeva and Russkaya Planeta Washington: It has become apparent that the Americans are making great efforts to establish a military and political partnership with...

India’s first all women crew to sail the ocean

By Anjali Ojha Lt. Commander Vartika Joshi, who is set to lead India's first all women crew to sail the oceans, says that a boat or...

OROP estimates annual expenditure at Rs 7500 crore, arrears at Rs 10,900 crore

New Delhi: The defence ministry on Wednesday estimated the annual expenditure of the 'One Rank One Pension' (OROP) scheme to be around Rs 7,500...

A military hotline between India and China to be operational soon

Beijing: A military hotline between the armed forces headquarters of India and China is expected to become operational soon, according to defence ministry officials...

Are we ready? 82% of India’s strategic roads along Sino-Indian border behind schedule

New Delhi: In 2006-07, India approved the construction of 73 strategic roads along the Sino-Indian border, but 82 percent of these - scheduled to...

Modi government clears Tata-Airbus military plane order worth $1.9 billion

By NewsGram Staff Writer The defence ministry has agreed to purchase 56 military transport aircrafts from Europe’s Airbus in collaboration with India's Tata Advanced Systems...

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