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August 19, 2014

Defence Minister to commission 1st P28 corvette in Vizag

Defence Minister Arun Jaitley will commission the first indigenous P28 anti-submarine warfare corvette Kamorta into the Indian Navy on August 23 in Visakhapatnam.
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Kolkata commissioned, focus shifts to P15 Bravo

With the first P15A destroyer INS Kolkata finally in service after several slippages, and Mazagon Dock Ltd (MDL) expected to follow through with the deliveries of the INS Chennai and INS Kochi on time...
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HAL reaches out to Indian electronics industry

With several development projects on its hands, as opposed to a skewed order book of license-produced aircraft, Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) is making a concerted effort to ramp up cooperation...
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Malabar Tri-Navy Exercise 2014

The successful Malabar 2014 trilateral maritime exercise involving the navies of India, the U.S. and Japan was completed successfully between July 24-30, with all three nations declaring the exercise a stellar success...
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INS Kolkata commissioned into service

The Indian Navy's first P15A guided missile stealth destroyer INS Kolkata was commissioned into service by Prime Minister Narendra Modi today in Mumbai. The vessel, with a crest bearing the iconic Royal Bengal Tiger...
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IAF scouts Jaguar DARIN II/III full mission simulators

The Indian Air Force is looking to procure 1-3 Jaguar DARIN-III ‘Fixed Base Full Mission' and 1-3 Jaguar DARIN-II ‘Fixed Base Full Mission’ simulators. The simulators would be used to impart realistic training...
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Navy scouts submarine-hunting Sonobuoys for Il-38 fleet

The Indian Navy intends to procure 1,000 Passive Directional Sonobuoy systems to hunt submarines for its Il-38SD maritime surveillance and anti-submarine warfare aircraft fleet.
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Navy reiterates interest in SR-SAM procurement

The Indian Navy has published its interest in procuring Short Range Surface to Air Missile (SR-SAM) systems for its surface platforms, including new generation of warships entering service.
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Navy wants distress beacons for submarines

Addressing safety concerns on its submarine fleet, the Indian Navy is looking to procure 30 Submarine Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (SEPIRB) systems along with suitable SSE sleeves.
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Indian Army scouts 'Smart' artillery shells

The Indian Army is looking to procure 155mm Trajectory Correctable Munitions (Course Correctable Fuze) for its 155mm artillery guns, and to include 39/45/52 calibre equipment.
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Nirbhay cruise missile test before Diwali

After a partially failed debut, India's Nirbhay subsonic 1,000 km range cruise missile is all set for its crucial second test that will look to kill the ghosts of the debut.
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LCA to miss December 2014 FOC deadline

In yet another slippage, the LCA Tejas is all set to miss its December 2014 deadline for FOC, and will instead achieve the milestone closer to June next year according to top sources on the programme.
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Grounded Dhruv fleet expected to fly soon

The ALH Dhruv platform, grounded across the four armed services since July 25 when an IAF Dhruv crashed killing seven personnel on board, is likely to be cleared for flight soon.
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Modi's visit to close Japan's US-2 plane deal?

As Prime Minister Narendra Modi heads to Japan at the end of this month, the second visit by an Indian PM to Tokyo in just over a year, the two countries are close to the historic sale of at least 15 Shinmaywa US-2...
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HAL reveals new turboshaft engine effort, scouts single crystal tech

Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd has revealed that it is developing a new 1000 to 1200 kW turboshaft engine for helicopter applications and plans to use single crystal blades in the high pressure turbine rotor...
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DRDO scouts long-range sensors for aerostats

The DRDO is scouting a long range electro-optic (LREO) payload for day & night reconnaissance, surveillance and targeting at long ranges to be mounted on an indigenous aerostat platform, Akashdeep and its variants.
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HAL for design review of proposed LUH rotor

Learning from past mistakes that have spelt trouble for the ALH programme, HAL has decided to go in for a critical design review of the rotor system it has developed for the Light Utility Helicopter prototype.
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DRDO's new embankment blasting device successfully tested

The DRDO has conducted user-assisted technical trials of the Bund Blasting Device Mk.II, the new improved version of the indigenous man-portable embankment blasting device, designed and developed...
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Big boost for BrahMos-M

With the BrahMos Block II missile proving itself well during trials in multiple engagement modes, the focus has shifted to the next variants, with the incoming BrahMos CEO S.K. Mishra signalling that one of his priorities...
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IAF contests Russian A-50 buy claim

The Indian Air Force has deflected claims emerging from senior Russian officials at the three-day Oboronexpo 2014 trade show, which ends today, that India is set to order three more A-50 PHALCON AWACS aircraf...
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DRDO needs smart fuses for air-delivered bombs

The DRDO's Pune-based armament laboratory has invited expression of interest from Indian development partners or consortia to design, developm and supply a highly reliable electromechanical I electronic impact delay...
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HAL scouts integrated avionics tester for HTT-40

New details have emerged throwing light on what the cockpit environment of the in-development HTT-40 basic trainer aircraft (BTA) will be like. HAL is pushing ahead with its HTT-40 propeller trainer effort...
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Saras ready to take off again

India's first indigenous civilian aircraft, the 14-seater push-prop SARAS could get back into the air any day now. After a five-year grounding following a devastating March 2009 crash that killed its there-man IAF test crew...
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BrahMos-A wind tunnel test completed, many firsts

The Bangalore-based National Aerospace Laboratory (NAL) has carried out crucial drop tests of the air-launched BrahMos-A from a Su-30MKI fighter model in a 1.5 m Low Speed Wind Tunnel...
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NAL-Army co-develop marksmanship training system

The Indian Army and National Aerospace Laboratory have come together to solve an age-old nuisance: the primitive type of marksmanship training, the manual system which involves the marksman firing shots at a target...
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5th generation AMCA on backburner

The Aeronautical Development Agency's concept Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (AMCA), a stealth fifth generation concept, could be placed on the backburner with the Indian Air Force...
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IAF to get 1st EMB145I AEW&C jet this year?

With DRDO chief Dr. Avinash Chander publicly stating that the first EMB145I airborne early warning and control (AEW&C) platform will be handed over to the Indian Air Force this year for acceptance tests...
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French & Russians push stopgap submarine sales

As the wait for Project 75 India gets longer, and as an RFP gets more elusive, both France and Russia are in discussions with the Indian Navy to supply two submarines quickly off the shelf.
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New defensive aids for MBT Arjun proven in trials

An advanced laser warning countermeasure system and a mobile camouflage system have recently been tested and proven on the Arjun MBT Mk.II in the Mahajan Field Firing Range in Rajasthan.
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New ammunition for MBT Arjun tested

Trials of new 120mm penetration-cum-blast ordnance for the Arjun main battle tank have been successfully conducted at the DRDO's Proof and Experimental Establishment in Odisha.
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July 07, 2014

HAL For Re-Design Of HJT-36 Sitara IJT

Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) has published a request for information announcing a requirement for technical assistance from global aviation firms to reduce the weight and optimise the HJT-36 Sitara intermediate jet trainer...
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India Navy's Class 209 subs to get Harpoon missiles

After its P-8Is and Jaguars, India's HDW Class 209 Shishumar-class submarines could soon be armed with US-made Harpoon Block II anti-ship missiles.
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India's INS Sahyadri stars at world's biggest naval wargame

Indian stealth frigate INS Sahyadri, the first Indian Navy warship to participate in the Rim of The Pacific series of international maritime exercises, has drawn considerable interest at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
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July 01, 2014

Private test pilots required for AEW&C programme

The DRDO is looking for 2 fully qualified test pilots from the private sector to speed up testing on the AEW&C programme. With two aircraft Embraer ERJ 145 aircraft fully fitted with the Indian sensors and mission systems...
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IAF to launch mobile air combat game Thursday

The Indian Air Force will be releasing its long-awaited mobile air combat game, titled 'Guardians Of The Skies' on July 3. Touted to be India's first 3D air combat game, GOTS will feature playability across mobile platforms...
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June 09, 2014

INS Vikramaditya on operational deployment

With INS Vikramaditya on operational deployment with the Western Fleet, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will board the aircraft carrier for a ceremonial day at sea in mid-June.
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Official Top 20 'Buyorities' for Indian Armed Forces

Over the last 10 days, Defence Minister Arun Jaitley has been busy receiving a flurry of briefings from the Indian armed forces chiefs as well as senior leadership on the various priorities for each force...
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DRDO releases offsets wishlist, sets sight on 26 areas, facilities

With billions of dollars worth of offsets set to flow into the country on the back of high-value armament system purchases, India's Defence R&D Organisation has compiled a list of 26 critical defence technologies and test facilities it would like to harvest for itself through the incoming offset tide.
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June 05, 2014

Exercise Garuda-V in Jodhpur

Garuda-V is witnessing the maiden participation of France's Rafale in an air in Indian airspace. France has deployed four Rafale omnirole jets from the 3/30 Fighter Squadron “Lorraine” to the IAF's Jodhpur Air Force Station...
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