Taiwan starts manufacturing long-range missiles because of the increasing tension with China

Taiwan starts manufacturing long-range missiles because of the increasing tension with China

Taipei: Taiwan, which claimed that China is preparing for war, has started increasing the level of its preparedness and capabilities. Taiwanese Defence Minister Chiu Kou-Sheng informed that Taiwan has started manufacturing indigenously developed long-range missiles on a mass scale. It is also being said that Taiwan has expedited the indigenous development of three new missiles. […]

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Army to receive 4,960 MILAN-2T anti-tank missiles  

Army to receive 4,960 MILAN-2T anti-tank missiles  

New Delhi: – 4,690 MILAN-2T anti-tank guided missiles will be purchased for the Indian Army. Defence Public Sector Undertaking (DPSU) has signed an agreement with Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL), worth Rs 1.188 billion for this purpose. Confidence is being expressed that this agreement between DPSU and BDL for these French-made missiles will provide an impetus […]

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DRDO tests SFDR technology; to be used in advanced missiles in future

DRDO tests SFDR technology; to be used in advanced missiles in future

Chandipur: On Friday, the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) tested the ‘Solid Fuel Ducted Ramjet’ (SFDR) technology that speeds up the missile. The test was completely successful. Moreover, it is claimed that this technology will be important for the long-range missiles of the future. SFDR technology is available in a limited number of countries […]

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India-Philippines sign agreement for BrahMos missile sale

India-Philippines sign agreement for BrahMos missile sale

Manila: An important agreement for purchasing the world’s fastest supersonic missile, BrahMos, was signed between India and Philippines. Philippines said that the country’s marine borders’ security would be strengthened by purchasing BrahMos missiles. This cooperation between India and the Philippines is apparently posing a challenge to China, claiming rights over 90% of the South China […]

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Construction of ‘Next Generation Missiles Vehicles’ for the Indian Navy expedited, Cochin Shipyard wins contract worth ₹100 billion

Construction of ‘Next Generation Missiles Vehicles’ for the Indian Navy expedited, Cochin Shipyard wins contract worth ₹100 billion

New Delhi: Expeditious moves have started to build advanced warships, equipped with advanced indigenous missiles like BrahMos and Nirbhay. In shipbuilding, the leading government enterprise, Cochin Shipyards has been assigned the task of building ‘Next Generation Missiles Vehicles’ (NGMV). It has been announced that the Cochin Shipyard has been awarded a contract worth ₹100 billion […]

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Dhruvastra ready for induction in the air force, final testing successful

Dhruvastra ready for induction in the air force, final testing successful

New Delhi/Pokhran: – Four tests of the anti-tank Dhruvastra missile were conducted at the Pokhran range in Rajasthan. The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) informed that these tests conducted from the light helicopter from the Indian Air Force (IAF) fleet were successful. With these four tests, the testing process of Dhruvastra is complete, and the missile will soon […]

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Failure of the ‘successful test’ of Pakistani missile exposed; Missile landed in civilian territory

Failure of the ‘successful test’ of Pakistani missile exposed; Missile landed in civilian territory

Islamabad: – Pakistan tested its Shaheen-3, the ballistic missile, capable of carrying a nuclear warhead. After the ‘successful test’ of this surface-to-surface missile, with a range of 2750 kilometres, the Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan even congratulated the scientists. But in reality, the test has failed, and the missile landed in a civilian settlement in […]

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Iran fires long-range missiles in the Indian Ocean

Iran fires long-range missiles in the Indian Ocean

 Washington: – Iran tested missiles with a strike range of 1,000 miles. One of these missiles landed at a distance of 20 miles from a commercial freight ship in the Indian Ocean. Whereas, as informed by a US news agency, the other missile landed just within 100 miles of US aircraft carrier USS Nimitz. A […]

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IAF tests Akash and Igla missiles

IAF tests Akash and Igla missiles

Mumbai: The Indian Air Force (IAF) tested indigenous Akash and Russian-made Igla missile at the Suryalanka Air Force Station in Andhra Pradesh. War exercises were being held on the air force base from 23 November to 2 December. It is said that the tests were conducted during these exercises. Air Marshal Hardeep Singh Arora was […]

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