While inaugurating the ongoing Defence Exposition 2014 in New Delhi on Thursday, defence minister A K Antony bluntly stated that "there is no money left" for big foreign buys like the Rafale fighter. That statement holds good also for the army's ... Business Standard India, 4 weeks ago
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Son of a gun, We-ll have big fun, On the bayou... Jambalaya, The Carpenters New Delhi, Feb. 6: The son of a gun is named Dhanush. Defence minister A.K. Antony and his cohorts in the armed forces are looking at it longingly. It burst last July in the ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI --- Our participation at the eighth edition of DefExpo, the country's premiere Land, Naval and Security Systems exhibition taking place here from February 6 through 9, is anchored in a single mantra our continued commitment to partner ...Defense-Aerospace, 1 month ago Modernisation is our mantra at DEFEXPO 2014 ASD News, 1 month ago BAE Systems' Mantra at Defexpo 2014 is Modernization PR Newswire India, 1 month ago BAE Systems To Unveil New Q-Warrior HMD At Defexpo 2014 Defense World, 1 month ago
January's top stories: University of Coimbra develops demining robot, UK announces last set of armed forces redundancies
The University of Coimbra's (UC) Institute of Systems and Robotics researchers are developing a new robotic platform for life-threatening humanitarian demining missions. The system is being developed under the Partnerbot Grant Program, which is ...Army Technology, 1 month ago
The Indian Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) is planning to conduct new trials of the domestically manufactured 155mm Bofors howitzer in February or March 2014. The electronically upgraded indigenous variant of the Swedish 155mm Bofors howitzer had ...Army Technology, 1 month ago
Army Technology Tuesday 21st January, 2014 The Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) and the Armed Forces are conducting a joint analysis of the impact of Norway's withdrawal from the FH77 L52 Archer artillery system development ...Big News Network, 1 month ago Sweden investigates Norway's withdrawal impact on Archer project Army Technology, 1 month ago
DEOLALI (Nashik): The Indian Army will have new state-of-the-art weapons and radars at their disposal in the near future. The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is in the process of coming up with a new artillery gun 'Dhanush'. ...Sakaal Times, 1 month ago
NASHIK: The Indian Army will soon be adding the 155 mm gun 'Dhanush' to its range of guns which have been proving their prowess and deadly firepower in various battlefields. The Indian army, which already has the 155 mm Bofors gun, will induct ...Times of India, 1 month ago
Artillery: Archer Gets Dragged Into Court Next Article → COUNTER-TERRORISM: Islamic Moderates Are Not The Solution January 1, 2014: In late 2013, six years after Norway and Sweden agreed to work together to create a new 155mm artillery system ...Strategy Page, 2 months ago
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