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October 20, 2014

Nirbhay success catches world attention

The remarkable success of the Nirbhay long range ground-launched cruise missile from the Integrated Test Range (ITR) on Friday has been watched keenly around the world, but especially in the region.
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Naval utility helicopter tender scrapped, made bigger

Following the recent cancellation of the 197 reconnaissance & surveillance helicopter (RSH) competition, the MoD has followed up by cancelling the 56 naval utility helicopter (NUH) tender as well...
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NAL mini UAVs demonstrated to CRPF & NSG

The CRPF and National Security Guard have expressed interest in NAL's SlyBird and Pushpak micro air vehicles for over-the-hill surveillance and intelligence gathering.
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Su-30 crash raises fly-by-wire scare again

The crash of a Su-30 MKI heavy fighter last week near the Lohegaon air base in Pune has once again raised concerns about the aircraft's fly by wire (FBW) system that first came to the attention of the IAF...
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DRDO's new target: No missile imports from 2022

The success of the Nirbhay has instilled fresh confidence in the DRDO to set an ambitious new target. DRDO chief, and therefore the country's seniormost missile scientist, Dr Avinash Chander said on Saturday...
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IAF for new sub-machine carbines for Garud teams

The Indian Air Force is looking to purchase approximately 1500-1900 sub machine carbines for its Garud commando units. The IAF wants a modern light weight Sub Machine Carbine with "effective handling, high accuracy...
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Basic India-UAE Navy exercise complete

Its gaze fixed on anti-piracy operations, securing seal lanes and strengthening linkages with countries in the Indian Ocean region (IOR), the Indian Navy is upping the tempo in deployments in the Indian Ocean.
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October 06, 2014

Flight trials for GAGAN-aided Take-off/Landing System

The DRDO's Aeronatical Development Establishment (ADE) is looking to conduct manned aircraft flight trials of DGPS (differential GPS) for the Rustom I unmanned air system using an assisted...
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New Indo-US Defence Trade Task Force Soon

On the back of Prime Minister Modi's visit to the United States where a joint decision was taken renew for ten more years the 2005 Framework for the U.S.-India Defence Relationship, a Task Force will shortly be established...
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IAF Chief Expresses Faith In Tejas Month After Talking Tough

A month after mincing no words during a visit to the Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA) in Bangalore for a first-hand review of the LCA Tejas project, Indian Air Force chief Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha...
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Second LCA Navy Prototype Ready To Fly

The second prototype of the LCA Navy Mk.1, currently in ground and taxi tests, is ready for its first flight and could take to the air just after Diwali...
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IAF Mirage 2000 Upgrade Update

By December, HAL will receive two newly upgraded and certified IAF Mirage 2000 jets, the first of nearly fifty aircraft to be souped up as part of a $2.2 billion deal.
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Exercise Yudh Abhyas 2014

The latest edition of the Yudh Abhyas series of combat exercises has just been completed in the hills of Uttarakhand.
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September 15, 2014

Tender out for snow survey aircraft

The DRDO's Chandigarh-based Snow & Avalanche Study Establishment has published a requirement for one advanced surveillance aircraft to undertake snow and avalanche studies in the high altitude northern parts of India.
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Breakthrough in indigenous E/O sensor tech

A heartening new indigenous development could take care of India's over-dependence on foreign suppliers for critical electro-optical sensors for surface payloads.
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ADE scouts mini flying test bed

The Aeronautical Development Establishment (ADE), the DRDO's laboratory focusing on unmanned air systems, has published a requirement for a mini flying test bed.
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September 01, 2014

Indian Army orders 118 Arjun Mk.II tanks

An air of cautious relief will pervade the Combat Vehicles R&D Establishment (CVRDE), the DRDO's tank development laboratory on Chennai's outskirts. The Indian Army has been cleared to place an order for 118 Arjun Mk.II...
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Apache capability blitzkrieg for IAF as decks cleared for deal

As the IAF awaits contract signature on the keenly awaited Apache attack helicopter deal, it has been given a chance to savour the future of its attack copter capability through three recent events where the Apache...
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Indian Army operating from CH-47F Chinook

The Indian Air Force is keenly looking forward to operating the Boeing CH-47F Chinook. The MoD has cleared the decks for a contract for 15 helicopters, though an internal assessment suggests...
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August 30, 2014

Crucial to IAF plans, all eyes on LCA Tejas Mk.2

With the Indian Air Force all but officially writing off the LCA Tejas Mk.1 as a fast jet trainer with limited offensive capabilities, all eyes are now on the LCA Mk.2 that will sport a more powerful engine and an upgraded flight envelope.
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Update on PMF/FGFA programme

India and Russia will soon sign new $11 billion contract for the crucial experimental design phase of the Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) programme.
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Indian Coast Guard, Marine Police express interest in Israeli USVs

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), which unveiled its Katana unmanned surface vessel (USV) at Defexpo this year, has received feelers from the Indian Coast Guard and Marine Police forces...
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India identifying requirement for small arms fire detection system

The last 18 months along the Line of Control and specifically the last few weeks on the International Border has forced the Army and BSF...
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HTT-40 wind tunnel tests by year end

HAL has revealed that it plans to undertake comprehensive wind tunnel tests to study spin and recovery characteristics for compliance to FAR-23 (aerobatic category) standards on its HTT-40 basic trainer aircraft...
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HAL to accelerate LUH programme

The scrapping of the 197 reconnaissance and surveillance helicopter (RSH) programme has placed fresh onus on HAL's Light Utility Helicopter (LUH) project that targets a first flight by next year.
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Lessons learnt, MoD clears ASW gear for P15B & P17A ships

With clear lessons from the commissioning of INS Kolkata and INS Kamorta without their integral anti-submarine warfare suites, the MoD on Friday cleared a Rs 1,770 crore deal for active towed array sonars...
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TCAS cleared for Indian Navy special aircraft

The government has cleared the purchase and integration of Traffic Collision Avoidance Systems (TCAS) on the Indian Navy's Tu-142, Dornier Do-228 and Il-38SD aircraft fleets, in a crucial move to shore up flight safety...
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Next phase of Aviaindra 2014 in India in November

With Indian pilots flying joint sorties with their Russian counterparts in Russian Air Force Su-30SM fighters and Mi-35 attack helicopters kicking off the Aviaindra 2014 joint exercise on Friday over Russia's Pogonovo...
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August 29, 2014

IAF for 200 light bulletproof vehicles

The Indian Air Force is looking to procure 160-200 light bulletproof vehicles for movement and operations of small independent teams. The vehicle needs to sport a turbocharged diesel engine...
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Javelin or Spike ATGM for Indian Army megadeal?

The Indian Army is looking to the government for a swift decision on whether to move forward with the Pentagon's recent proposal for co-development and co-production of the modified version of the Raytheon-Lockheed Martin...
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Breaking News:
40 Arjun Catapult systems for Indian Army

Starved of artillery for nearly three decades, the Indian Army's howitzer jinx is all set for an irony that no foreign vendor may have anticipated...
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Breaking News:
MoD approves Chinook & Apache purchase

The Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) has approved the purchase of 22 Boeing AH-64D Apache Block III and 15 CH-47F Chinook helicopters...
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Breaking News:
Six Indian Navy subs to be upgraded

In major relief for the Indian Navy, the government has approved a medium refit and life extension programme for six of its conventional attack...
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Breaking News:
Bids in Indian Navy MRH to be opened

The Indian Navy has breathed a sigh of relief with the MoD deciding to open bids in the delayed multirole helicopter (MRH) competition.
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Breaking News:
Light Helicopter acquisition scrapped, to be re-tendered

For the second time, the Indian government has decided to scrap the 197 reconnaissance and surveillance helicopter (RSH) programme...
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