Indian Defence News [View All Story]

Naval versions of India’s ‘Dhruv’ Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH) will get folding rotors to accommodate the chopper in tight spaces on board Indian ships.

full story ...

MBDA, a European developer and manufacturer of missiles, plans to offer next generation air combat capabilities for Indian Navy’s maritime superiority and for Indian Army ‘Battlefield Engagement’.

full story ...

There are substantially fewer nuclear weapons today than at the height of the Cold War. Yet the overall risks of nuclear war—by design, accident, rogue launch or system error—have grown in the second nuclear age.

full story ...

The Indian Navy’s website defines its four roles — military, diplomatic, constabulary and benign. Its military role involves: Deterrence against war or intervention; decisive military victory in case of war; security of India’s territorial integrity, citizens and . . .

full story ...

The Ministry of Defence has issued Expression of Interest (EoI) for short-listing of potential Indian Strategic Partners and foreign OEMs for procuring Rs 21,738-crore 111 Naval Utility Helicopters (NUH) for the Indian Navy where 60% of the helicopter will be indigenised.

full story ...

On November 5, India’s first indigenous SSBN (ship-submersible, ballistic, nuclear) INS Arihant concluded its first, month-long deterrence patrol, prompting Prime Minister Narendra Modi to tweet: “In an era such as this, a credible nuclear deterrence is the . . .

full story ...

The Hindustan Shipyard Limited (HSL) has launched work on the prestigious Diving Support Vessels (DSV) project which was awarded to it by the Indian Navy to augment its submarine support operations.

full story ...

Public sector Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Ltd’s Rs 40,000 crore bid for a contract to build submarines has received the green light from the government and it is confident it is best suited to win over its private sector competitors that have been vying for the mega 'Make in India' project.

full story ...

The Indian government has failed to conclude a deal with foreign manufacturers to acquire mine countermeasure vessels since 2005. In the meantime, the last batch of minesweepers retired last year, rendering the Indian Navy devoid of the crucial asset.

full story ...

The Defense Acquisition Council, the Indian Ministry of Defense’s (MoD) principal procurement body chaired by Defense Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, has approved the procurement of six diesel-electric attack submarines under the so-called Project-75 India (Project-75 I) on January 31.

full story ...
Page 1 of 2
Defence News Poll
Will defence sector get a higher budget allocation in 2019?



  
View Result  |  Archive