As per sources, the government had committed to awarding the Rs 60,000 crore project for the FICV vehicles to two companies before March 31, 2017 even as there were expectations of an announcement as early as December 2016 itself. Money Control, 3 weeks ago
The country's largest stainless steel maker Jindal Steel (Hisar) on Wednesday marked its foray into the defence sector by forging a pact with DRDO for transfer of technology relating to high-nitrogen steel for armour applications. "The use of high-nitrogen steel will replace the existing import of rolled homogeneous armour, resulting in improved cost efficiency in material acquisition for armour applications by 50 per cent," JSHL said after the pact was signed in the presence of Minister of ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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