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Defence ministry agrees to army's long pending demand of artil...

Breaking almost three decade long jinx, prime minister Narendra Modi led NDA government is providing first artillery guns to the army after Swedish artillery guns Bofors deal mired with the corruption scandal in 1986. On Friday, defence minister ... DNA India, 2 weeks ago
India marching on Daily, 1 month ago

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Times of Oman

India-US Howitzer artillery guns deal in limbo over price hike

New Delhi: India has told the US that in view of the price increase, it cannot go ahead with the procurement of 145 ultra-light howitzers for the army, which plans to deploy such artillery guns in mountainous terrain. During talks with US ...
 Times of Oman1 month ago India may drop US Howitzer deal after price hike  IndiaPost1 month ago Price hike puts US howitzer deal in a soup  Times of India1 month ago India mulls Howitzer deal put-off  The Echo Of India1 month ago
The Week

Shell shocker

As India decided to negotiate a deal with the United States of America to buy ultra-light artillery guns in 2010, many in the defence establishment were optimistic that the search for howitzers would finally end. In January 2012, General V.K. Singh ...
 The Week1 month ago

The rebirth of Finmeccanica

new paradigm for integrity and ethics is evolving in Raksha Mantralaya. Strangely, our Attorney General has advised the government that "a complete ban" on Finmeccanica (the Italian conglomerate, being investigated in its own country for bribery and ...
 The Sunday Guardian3 weeks ago

Hinduja Group | Global foundations

A 1949 photo of the Ennore factory of Ashok Motors, the forerunner of Ashok Leyland. Photo: Hinduja archives Mumbai: The seeds of the multinational Hinduja business empire were sown exactly a century ago in a small town called Shikarpur, now in ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
DNA India

Why Rahul Gandhi should learn from Rajiv Gandhi's second innings as a politician

August 20 marks the 70th birth anniversary of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. Most of the younger generation today wouldn't remember him, but Rajiv was not a personal favourite, especially when he clamped down on all banks, government offices ...
 DNA India1 month ago

Escalating costs hit US Howitzer deal

12:30 am Manufacturer has asked for extra Rs 300 cr for restarting the production line New Delhi : Unhappy with the price hike asked for by the American weapons manufacturer, India has told the US that it cannot go ahead with the procurement of 145 ...
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago

New chief takes over India's army

General Dalbir Singh will inherit on Thursday the leadership of the army from General Bikram Singh when the force is in the midst of a costly transformation to fill critical gaps in capabilities. The Indian army is devoting efforts to set up a new ...
 Stars and Stripes1 month ago New chief to take over army reins today  Hindustan Times1 month ago
Eurasia Review

Kargil War Anniversary: Sacrifices Of Martyrs Should Not Be In Vain OpEd

By By C Uday Bhaskar July 26th marks the 15th anniversary of Kargil Vijay Diwas ( Kargil Victory Day) and it was appropriate that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the first to tweet his message where he noted: We remember the indomitable ...
 Eurasia Review1 month ago
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