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Indian Army gets three 'Made in India' artillery guns
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Desi Bofors: 3 indigenously-developed Dhanush artillery guns h...

Three indigenously-developed 155 mm 'Dhanush' artillery guns have been handed over to the Indian Army by the Jabalpur-based Gun Carriage Factory (GCF). "Three 155 mm howitzers (Dhanush) have been handed over to the army recently for user's ... Firstpost.com, 1 month ago

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Times of India, 4 months ago
New Indian Express

MoD buries Bofors ghost, gives nod to buy Howitzers

NEW DELHI: The Ministry of Defence has cleared the purchase of 145 ultra-light howitzer battlefield guns for $750 million from BAE Systems, US. The first such deal of field guns after Bofors scandal was finalised by the Defence Acquisition Council ...
 New Indian Express2 months ago India Stocks Up on Howitzers to Defend Its Border with China  Defense One1 month ago Govt okays huge gun deal, India to purchase 145 Howitzers  catchnews.com2 months ago Bofors jinx over; govt clears procurement of 145 ULH guns from US  Newshence.com2 months ago
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Deccan Chronicle

India to buy 145 M-777 howitzer guns to keep a check on China

New Delhi: The Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) on Saturday cleared a government-to-government deal to buy 145 M-777 ultra-light howitzer guns for the Indian artillery from the United States. The guns are manufactured in the US by BAE Systems. It ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 months ago DAC clears big gun deal with US  Asian Age2 months ago

India will spend $750 million on artillery guns to secure its border with China

After a remarkably long wait of 30 years, the Indian Army will finally get its hands on new artillery guns. On Saturday (June 25), India's defence ministry approved a proposal to purchase 145 ultra light howitzer guns from the British weapons ...
 Quartz2 months ago

Defence Deals: Scam-Scarred and Not Really Battleworthy

SINCE INDEPENDENCE, almost every major defence deal initiated by India has run into a controversy. The Jeep deal of 1948 and the HDW submarine and Bofors gun deals of the 1980s are some that are often cited. By 2002, a Defence Acquisition Council had been ...
 Open Magazine2 weeks ago
Sott.net

Beyond the Iran-Contra Affair Part 3: The World Anti-Communist League

Google Sven Olof Joachim Palme (1927-1986) On February 28 1986, Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme was gunned down in the streets while returning home with his wife after a movie. His killers were never brought to justice. Palme was a victim ...
 Sott.net1 month ago
Firstpost.com

Ready to soar: Light Combat Aircraft Tejas inducted ...

The past week has been a memorable one for Indian defence watchers. It all began on 25 June with the Indian Air Force creating military history by successfully flying the Sukhoi-30 MK India (Su-30 MKI) with the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile.
 Firstpost.com1 month ago Soaring High: How Light Combat Aircraft Tejas was inducted into Indian Air Force  Firstpost.com1 month ago
The Hindu

More clarity on defence acquisitions soon

The Air Force's long-range air defence systems, the Army's artillery modernisation programme and the Navy's plans to procure new missile boats and special operations vehicles will get policy clarity when the Defence Acquisition Council, headed by ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
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