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How artillery helped India win the Kargil war

How artillery helped India win the Kargil war

Accurate and sustained firepower against Pakistan during the Kargil War helped Indian soldiers to reduce the enemy to rubble, notes SD Goswami, defence spokesperson, ministry of defence. The role of artillery in the battlefield during the Kargil war cannot be forgotten and will forever be etched in golden letters. India’s victory in Operation Vijay was not achieved without major sacrifices. Three valiant officers and 32 brave soldiers of the Regiment of Artillery laid down their lives in ..., 2 days ago
How artillery changed the tide of the Kargil war Economic Times, 2 days ago
Artillery: The battle winning factor in Kargil Economic Times, 3 days ago

Trials of indigenised howitzer to continue till early 2016

New Delhi, July 9 The indigenised and advanced version of the Bofors 155mm howitzer is headed for more trials before it is finally inducted in the Indian Army , informed sources said. The sources told IANS the 155/45mm calibre Dhanush gun, ...
 ProKerala.com2 weeks ago

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 Hindu1 month 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 News2 months 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 Investor2 months ago
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