After an almost 26-year wait, the Indian Army may finally lay its hands on what are being touted as modern artillery guns developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation. The army will get 40 self-propelled guns (SPG), recently ... Financial Express, 2 weeks ago
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's removal of Denel from its blacklist and the cancellation of a deal to buy 145 M777 ultra-light howitzers from BAE Systems has thrown open its howitzer procurement programs. The Indian Army has been petitioning the government for over a ...Defense World, 1 month ago Shell shocker The Week, 1 month ago
In almost every developed country, and in many that are nearly developed, there is now a clear realisation that geopolitical strategy must revolve around a triumvirate: defence, diplomacy and economic development. Each one of these adds to or ...Smart Investor, 1 month ago The superpower trinity Business Standard India, 1 month ago
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