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Why India still hasn't built a combat vehicle
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Why India still hasn't built a combat vehicle

Defence ministry incompetence hobbles development of battle-taxis for the Indian Army, discovers Ajai Shukla. IMAGE: The Future Infantry Combat Vehicle project was approved in 2008, but has seen practically no progress since then Incompetence dogs the defence ministry's plan to harness Indian defence companies to develop a 'Future Infantry Combat Vehicle' -- FICV, an armoured battle-taxi for the infantry to keep pace with tanks. The ministry started out well by deciding to buy the FICV in the ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
Ajai Shukla: Building a combat vehicle Business Standard India, 3 weeks ago
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Ajai Shukla: From Tejas to AMCA

This fortnight, the Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA), which is responsible for the Tejas Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) project, will brief its new boss on a project that will shape the future of the Indian Air Force (IAF) — the Advanced Medium ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago Tejas Mark II will take to the skies in next 3 years  Rediff.com1 month ago

Ajai Shukla: Filling in Mr Parrikar's silence

Few tears will be shed, especially in the corridors of power, given his frequent gaffes, if Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar makes good his threat not to talk to the media for the next six months. Speaking less will give Mr Parrikar more time to ...
 Business Standard India2 months ago

Time mismatch hints at records fudging in Shivam case

LUCKNOW: The Shivam Shukla death case got a little more muddled up on Friday with the investigation team discovering a glaring mismatch between the records of Ram Manohar Lohia hospital and CCTV footage from the private surgical clinic where the ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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As Sartaj Aziz visits, what makes Pak confident?

Pakistan National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz brings to New Delhi a newfound Pakistani confidence, stemming from its leverage in Afghanistan, says Ajai Shukla The mourners at the August 16 burial of former Inter-Services Intelligence chief, Lt Gen Hamid Gul, included Pakistan's current army chief General Raheel Sharif, and his predecessor, General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani. Gul has always been influential within Pakistan's security establishment. If National Security ...
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One Rank, One Pension comes at a high cost

The full grant of OROP would raise annual military pensions to Rs 75,000 crore, only slightly less than the salary bill of Rs 93,216 crore. Ajai Shukla reports. Political pundits and the media focused keenly on Independence Day on whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi would grant 'one rank, one pension', or OROP, to retired soldiers, sailors and airmen. The defence ministry's department of ex-servicemen's welfare says India has 2.25 million military pensioners or veterans, and there are another ...
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India at 68: A flag goes up

The Bhagalpur riots left 116 Muslims dead in Jalebi Khatoon's village Tarchha Damuchak. She is the only one to have testified, with her family the sole Muslim one in the village now. (Source: Express photo by Prashant Ravi) Bihar: 20 years of ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
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After Omar, power centre shifts in Afghanistan

Pakistan, which has propped up the new Taliban leadership, would be keen to use its influence over the group to neutralise India's presence in the region. Ajai Shukla reports. On July 30, the Afghan government and the Taliban announced the death of Mullah Mohammed Omar Akhund, the shadowy, fundamentalist cleric who had led the grouping since it was founded in 1994. Omar's leadership had seen the Taliban through six years of power in Kabul and more than a decade of unyielding insurgency against ...
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Gunmen enter India via river Ravi: Indian home minister

NEW DELHI India's Home Affairs Minister Rajnath Singh making a statement in the Indian parliament on Gurdaspur attack blamed on Thursday that gunmen came from Pakistan via river Ravi, Indian media reported. Rajanth told Rajya Sabha that any ...
 Daily Times4 weeks ago
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Mega foodies on a date

Social media does have the power to bring people across the world together. And what fun it is when they happen to be consummate foodies. On Sunday, one of India's leading food writers, Vir Sanghvi tweeted his article in the HT on his experiences ...
 Mid Day1 month ago
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