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Two places in Rajasthan will be the epicentres for launching the National Advanced Surface to Air Missile System II (NASAMS-II) which will be used to create the ambitious multi-layered shield over Delhi and Mumbai.

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Pakistan and China continue to produce nuclear weapons and have increased their stockpile in the last one year even as India has maintained the same number in its arsenal as it had in the beginning of 2018.

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An Indian JV, Adani Elbit Advanced Systems may have landed its first export order being part of a $180 million multi-UAV export deal between Israeli Elbit Systems and the Government of Philippines.

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After the Balakot strike and the dogfight with the Pakistani air force in February, India is looking to increase its stockpile of missiles with the Modi government ordering weaponry worth about $700 million for the Indian Air Force from Russia.

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The maiden launch of an indigenously-developed hypersonic technology demonstrator vehicle (HSTDV), powered by a scramjet engine, from the Dr Abdul Kalam Island off the Odisha coast failed to achieve the technical parameters laid down for the test on Wednesday.

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Reports indicate that India is moving rapidly to acquire the National Advanced Surface to Air Missile System-2 (NASAMS-2) from the United States.

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THE last we had heard of the conversation between New Delhi and Washington relating to India’s purchase of the S-400 Triumf long-range anti-aircraft missile system from Russia was in mid-April, thanks to an interview by then Defence Minister . . . .

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In what could be a grim foreboding for New Delhi and Indo-US ties, the Trump administration announced on Friday that it would stop training Turkish pilots on F-35 stealth fighters and cancel the sale of the jet to Turkey if the country went ahead with buying . . .

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The BrahMos venture between India and Russia to build supersonic cruise missiles was started with an initial investment of Rs 1,300 crore and the business has now grown to the tune of Rs 40,000 crore, a top official of the company said Friday.

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India's Foreign Ministry spokesperson said during a Thursday briefing that New Delhi would go ahead with the purchase of Russia-made S-400 air defense systems despite the threat of US sanctions.

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