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Indian Army chasing pipe dreams forever

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Overambitious norms in Qualitative Requirements are largely responsible for the alarming equipment shortage that the forces face today The Indian Army recently dispatched a global Request for ... The Hindu, 1 week ago

Pranab Mukherjee calls Bofors scandal a media trial that could not be proven in court

New Delhi: Almost three decades after the controversial Bofors scandal, President Pranab Mukherjee has called it a media trial that could not be proven in any Indian court. In an interview to a Swedish national daily, the President said he was the ...
 IBNLive India News1 month ago

Private firms eye greater share in ultralight gun manufacture

India's increasingly capable private defence firms are pushing for more "Make in India" than BAE Systems Inc has proposed in the forthcoming contract for 145 M777 ultra-light guns for the army. The defence ministry last week cleared the purchase ...
 Smart Investor1 month ago

Barcelona advances to Champions League final (17 photos)

What to read next "},{"id":"985df1a0-f816-11e4-9c9f-9d80e1e86a79","source":"listSlideshow","type":"slideshow","title":"Photos of the day - May 11, ...
 Yahoo! News1 month ago

Clearance awaited for bulk production of homemade Bofors gun

New Delhi, May 9 Having cleared the summer and winter trials satisfactorily, the homemade advanced version of the Bofors artillery gun is now waiting for bulk production clearance, defence ministry sources said. Officials said the Gun Carriage ...
 ProKerala.com1 month ago

The 45-calibre Dhanush field artillery gun is here!

Ordnance Factory Board officials say upgrading the 39-calibre FH-77 into the 45-calibre Dhanush has increased the gun's range from 27 to 38 kilometres, using enhanced range ammunition. Ajai Shukla reports The Indian Army's most worrying operational gap -- of field artillery guns to support infantry and armour in battle -- is gradually being filled. An Indian 155 millimetre, 45-calibre artillery gun called the Dhanush has cleared its field trials and is ready for manufacture in numbers.
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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