Stock pick of the week: Why analysts are bullish on Bharat Electronics
There is clear visibility about the future earnings of Bharat Electronics as its order book is placed at Rs 56,000 crore, around five times its annual revenues. The recent correction has brought down the valuation of the company to attractive levels.
India successfully test-fires nuclear-capable K-4 ballistic missile off AP coast
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IIT-M develops eco-friendly way to produce hydrogen fuel from seawater
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Light Combat Aircraft lands on INS Vikramaditya
Indigenously designed and developed Light Combat Aircraft (N) Mk1 has made a successful arrested landing on the India's biggest warship INS Vikramaditya on Saturday with Commodore Jaideep Maolankar did the maiden landing. This will now pave the way to develop and manufacture the twin engine deck based fighter for the Indian Navy, he said.
DRDO empowered India in 2019 to neutralise live satellite
DRDO flight-tested Beyond Visual Range Air-to-Air Missile (BVRAAM) Astra from Su-30 MKI platform off the coast of Chandipur in Odisha from September 16 to 19. The five trials conducted during this period, tested missiles in different configurations. Three missiles were launched in combat configuration with warheads. The tests were successful.
DRDO should rethink, reshape itself to play significant role in 21st century: PM Modi
This decade is also all about the youth power, young innovators, especially those innovators who were either born in the 21st century or grew young in this century," PM Modi said after dedicating to the nation five DRDO Young Scientists Laboratories.
DRDO to set up five new labs to prepare Indian armed forces for future high-tech warfare
The specialised areas of work for these laboratories are artificial intelligence, quantum technologies, cognitive technologies, asymmetric technologies and smart materials.
DRDO's quick-reaction missile test successful
"The missile (Quick Reaction Surface to Air Missile) was flight-tested with full configuration in deployment mode intercepting the target mid-air, meeting the mission objectives. The entire event was monitored by Ground Telemetry Systems, Range Radar Systems and Electro Optical Tracking System," said DRDO in a statement,
LCA MK1 achieves milestone by undertaking maiden ski-jump take-off from INS Vikramaditya
The ski-jump is the upwardly curved ramp on the deck of aircraft carriers designed to provide sufficient take-off lift for fighter jets. "The naval version of Tejas achieved another important milestone today by successfully undertaking the maiden ski-jump take-off from INS Vikramaditya," a Navy Spokesperson said.
IAF to add clause on local engines for Advanced Multirole Combat fighters
Plans to develop the indigenous Kaveri fighter jet engine as part of the Rafale offsets deal have not taken off.
PM Modi to address 107th session of Indian Science Congress
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the 107th session of Indian Science Congress in Bangalore on Friday. Earlier yesterday, he launched five Young Scientists Laboratories of Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO).
Work going on in full swing in Jammu & Kashmir to complete world's highest railway bridge
The Udhampur “Srinagar-Baramulla Rail Link Project, which is the most challenging railway infrastructure project being undertaken post-independence, has missed several deadlines amid huge cost escalations since 1997, when the then Prime Minister H D Deve Gowda laid its foundation at Udhampur.
India must build satellite to harness solar energy from space, former DRDO chief Sivathanu Pillai says
India should work with friendly nations to build a solar power satellite and place it in orbit to harness solar power as the country is running out of conventional sources like coal, says former chief of DRDO A Sivathanu Pillai.
Rajnath Singh calls for increased synergy between DRDO, domestic defence industry
Addressing the DRDO Industry Synergy Summit 2019 at Hyderabad through video conferencing, Rajnath Singh said defence public sector units (DPSUs), industry, research institutes and armed forces need to work in tandem to achieve the target of incorporating at least 25 artificial intelligence based products into defence in near future.
From DRDO to BPCL, India’s first underwater drone, EyeROV Tuna, finds many takers
Kerala-based startup develops India's first commercial portable drone that can be used for underwater inspections. Today, the robot comes very handy for location scouting for search and rescue mission, surveillance for the defence sector and for research sectors like fishery and oil & gas.
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