Indian Defence Ministry approves purchase of defence equipment worth ₹8,722 crore

Indian Defence Ministry approves purchase of defence equipment worth ₹8,722 crore

New Delhi: The defence ministry approved the proposals for the purchase of defence equipment, worth ₹87.22 billion. Defence Minister Raj Nath Singh recently announced that import of 101 items in the defence equipment list, will be banned to promote domestic manufacture. Most of the proposals for defence equipment purchase, approved by the Defence Acquisition Council […]

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Defence Minister Rajnath Singh warns adversaries as five Rafale fighter jets land in India

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh warns adversaries as five Rafale fighter jets land in India

New Delhi: The first batch of super-advanced Rafale fighter Jets, arrived at the Ambala airport, on Wednesday. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh warned the enemies that they should be wary of the might of the Indian Airforce, henceforth, with this timely inclusion of Rafale fighter jets into the fleet. Although there is no direct mention, it is being claimed that the Defence […]

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Uttarakhand govt proposes building additional airstrips for IAF given India-China tensions

Uttarakhand govt proposes building additional airstrips for IAF given India-China tensions

New Delhi/Dehradun: India has started massive deployments on the China border, following the Galwan Valley conflict. Moves are being made to deploy the Rafael fighter jets, to be received from France, along with US-made fighter jets and Attack helicopters in this sector. India had undertaken major infrastructure development projects in this region and the work […]

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Indian nuclear policy has become China-centric, claims US journal

Indian nuclear policy has become China-centric, claims US journal

Chicago: For the last many decades, the Indian nuclear policy was Pakistan centric. But since the Doklam standoff in 2017, the Indian nuclear policy has become China-centric. The Chinese capital of Beijing is within range for the Indian missiles, and India is keeping a close eye on Chinese movements. A US-based journal, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientist, […]

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India deploys Bhishma Tanks in Galwan Valley 

India deploys Bhishma Tanks in Galwan Valley 

New Delhi: China, who is not interested in reducing the border tension with India, has raised its army deployment in the Galwan Valley. Thus, India as well as deployed the ‘T-90 Bhishma Tanks’ regiment and Anti-tank Guided Missile (ATGM) systems in Galwan Valley. Moreover, Indian airforce has initiated talks with Israel to purchase weaponry other than Spice 2000- the advanced bunker buster bomb. […]

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