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Tanks in Parliament? No emergency, just exhibition
Officials say the exhibition will display "numerous state-of-the-art defence technologies, products and systems developed by various DRDO laboratories indigenously."
Army to get steep-dive BrahMos missile regiment for China front
Sources said the Cabinet Committee on Security, chaired by PM Narendra Modi, ...
IAF now has a lethal weapon! Maiden flight of Su-30 MKI with BrahMos missile successful
It is the first time in the world that such a heavywe...
Tejas, the fighter aircraft born of 32 years of labour
Tejas is a light combat aircraft (LCA) that uses fourth generation technology . It has a configuration optimised primarily for manoeuverability and agility.
India joins MTCR: 7 things the country stands to gain
India has officially joined the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) as a full member, three days after it's failed NSG bid due to stiff opposition from China and other countries.
Akash missile test fired from ITR at Chandipur
The missile targeted an unmanned air vehicle (UAV) named 'Banshee', an official of the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) said.
Akash missile test fired for second consecutive day
For the second day today, India's indigenously developed surface-to-air Akash missile was test fired from the Integrated Test Range at Chandipur.
Army to have 2 more regiments of Brahmos missile: Manohar Parrikar
The Defence Minister was speaking to reporters on the sidelines of the commissioning ceremony for the 50th batch of medical graduates of all three forces.
Blow to 'Make in India': Army no longer wants Akash, opts for Israeli missiles
Defence ministry sources said the Army has made it clear that it does not want any more Akash regiments after it gets the first two ordered earlier for Rs 14,180 crore.
Defence Ministry gives nod to 7 stealth frigates worth Rs 13,000 crore
The defence ministry approved a Rs 13,000 crore weapons and sensors package for the seven new stealth frigates being constructed by defence shipyards.
Big boost: Indian Army to get ammunition worth Rs 15,000 crore
The deal will include 1,200 crore acquisition of 65,000 new-generation 84mm rockets, the Swedish-origin Carl Gustaf man-portable rocket launchers.
Indian Army grapples with arms, gear shortage
Parrikar on Friday told Lok Sabha that 162 arms contracts worth Rs 1.33 lakh crore with Indian and foreign manufacturers were signed from 2012-13 to 2014-15.
India in process of inducting a range of systems to defend the skies
The S 400 is the latest of a long range of highly successful air defence systems that have been the biggest threat to western aircraft across the world.
Indian Air Force pilots using "authorised" pills to get the fighting edge
In the works for the last three to four years, these pills were used extensively in the highvoltage 'Livewire' exercise conducted by IAF.
BrahMos to be test-fired from Su-30MKI in 2016; heaviest-ever missile flown on that jet: Sudhir Mishra
"The launch of BrahMos from Su-30MKI comprises several phases. Structural modifications have been carried out in the aircraft to integrate BrahMos on to it," explained Mishra.
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