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Defence: The Next Big Thing

Defence manufacturing could really be the next big thing for the Indian economy – spurring growth and creating jobs – if only private players had a level playing field with DPSUs

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We Should Fix Our Aim Of Achieving Self Reliance Up To 80 Percent By 2030 As A Reasonable Goal: Gen S. Asthana

The year 2019 marks India’s 70th Republic Day. India holds the largest democratic exercise in the world- Election 2019. Defence as the industry if taken as the main agenda may redefine our capabilities and be the catalyst of our economic growth. Keeping the debate at the forefront, BW Businessworld'

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Manohar Parrikar Was A Very Humane Person

Vice Admiral HCS Bisht remembers the former defence minister as a technically very sound and confident in the matter of defence even though it was a new field for him. But what he felt most that Parrikar was very humane.

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The challenge in defence industry is that, the investments are very high because the requirements are very stringent: RAdm A. K. Saxena

Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited (MDL) is India's leading Defence Shipyard. Building first modern warship, Leander Class frigate INS NILGIRI in 1968 to four P-15 B destroyers and P-17A stealth frigates for the Indian Navy currently, MDL has been able to keep pace with the advance capability in the

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Aero India 2019: India's Own LCA Tejas Steals The Show Amidst Heavyweight Rafale and Sukhoi

Aero India 2019 dazzled when indegeniously developed Tejas rose to the sky, thundering amidst the much hyped Rafale and staple warhorse Sukhoi.

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HAL Plans To Deliver The Balance 4 IOC Fighter Aircrafts By March, 2019: Dr. Subhash Bhamre

India's State Minister for Defence, Dr. Subhash Bhamre outlines the progress of Tejas in Rajya Sabha today. In a written reply, minister assured to the members that HAL plans to deliver the balance 4 IOC fighter aircrafts by March, 2019.

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Contract for 13 Su-57 fifth-generation fighter jets to be signed in 2020

The second contract to manufacture 13 Su-57 fighter jets for the Russian Aerospace Forces is delayed by next year.

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Ordnance Factory’s Employee To Go On 3 Days Strike

Nearly four lakh defence employee working with 41 ordnance factory and other production units will go on a massive three days protest from Jan 23 to Jan 25 against the Modi Government’s decision to allow 100% private participation in defence production

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Evolving the National Technology Transfer Policy-Part 1

Since the inception of India's National Defence Offset Policy in 2005, it has been seen as the game changer for the Indian defence industry, hoping that will be the big boost in the tireless pursuit of advance technology. But the cumbersome policy with unsound IPR regime have led to insignificant tr

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Aero India 2019 gears up with the launch of 'Drone Olympics'

Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman launched a newly designed web page here today for ‘Drone Olympics’ scheduled to be held at Aero India – 2019.The web page is open for registration of UAV players interested in taking part in the maiden event of the Aero India.

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