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Chandrayaan-2 launch: All you need to know about India's new space mission
The brainchild of ISRO, the mission will attempt to explore the south polar region of the Moon, a region hitherto unexplored by any country.
Sub-sonic cruise missile 'Nirbhay' successfully test-fired
The missile, which is capable of loitering and cruising at 0.7 Mach at altitude as...
Chinese residential hub deputes high-tech 'robot watchman'
Robot Meibao not only monitors illegal activities but also provides useful informa...
Ballistic missile test-fired from ITR at Chandipur
The sophisticated missile was test launched from launch pad-3 of the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Chandipur, near here at about 1:35 pm.
New milestone for India's Ballistic Missile Defence system: Interceptor missile successfully test-fired
The target was developed for mimicking a hostile Ballistic Missile approaching from more than 2000 km away was launched from a ship anchored in the Bay of Bengal.
India, Vietnam hold talks on sale of Akash, Brahmos missiles
"India and Vietnam share a strategic partnership. Defence cooperation, including supply of defence equipment, is an important aspect of this partnership."
Tejas to be available for export to friendly nations: Manohar Parrikar
While two Tejas were today handed over to IAF by state- run HAL, Parrikar said that by 2025, 120 Tejas aircraft will be inducted into the Air Force.
Problem in Nirbhay cruise missile identified: AK Antony
Scientists have identified the problem in Nirbhay cruise missile, which led to its malfunction during the first test flight last month.
India successfully test-fires 2 quick reaction surface-to-air missiles
The entire mission was captured by various electro-optical tracking systems, radar systems and telemetry systems.
Components of Chandrayaan-2 modules manufactured in Bhubaneswar centre: Official
Seven specific assemblies for navigation and inertial momentum of the orbiter and the limbs of the moon rover 'Pragyan' have also been manufactured by the centre.
India test fires nuclear capable Agni-5 missile, 2nd test in six months
Unlike other missiles of the series, Agni V is the most advanced with new technologies in terms of navigation and guidance, warhead and engine, a DRDO official had said in June 2018.
We could have inflicted heavy damage on Pakistan during aerial raid if we had 'tech asymmetry': IAF
The IAF said Pakistan Air Force has been consistently enhancing its air defence and offensive capabilities since the Kargil war in 1999 and there was a need for India to bolster its "technological asymmetry."
Nuclear-capable Agni-IV missile successfully test-fired
The indigenously developed sophisticated Agni-IV having 4,000 km strike range is a two-stage missile. It is 20 meter long with a weight of 17 tonnes, they said.
India conducts successful interceptor missile test at night
The interceptor was launched from Abdul Kalam Island, earlier known as Wheeler Island of the Integrated Test Range (ITR), at about 8.05 pm, the sources said.
Here's why the spies could be snooping around BrahMos
Agrawal was said to be passing highly classified information including "technological and other details".
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