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Defence ministry simplifies pvt firms' role in developing weapon prototypes
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Defence ministry simplifies pvt firms' role in developing weap...

The "Make I" procedure is aimed at large, expensive projects like the Future Infantry Combat Vehicle Ajai Shukla | New Delhi Last Updated at January 17, 2018 02:31 IST Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman In an initiative that is being welcomed by small ... Business Standard, 5 days ago
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Why Pakistan is feeling threatened

India's plan to buy futuristic tanks and infantry combat vehicles -- estimated to be worth Rs 80,000 crore to Rs 100,000 crore each -- will certainly intimidate Pakistan which already feels threatened by our vast tank strength.Ajai Shukla reports. Army chief General Bipin Rawat and a battery of senior generals on Wednesday, November 15, explained the details of India's biggest-ever weapons acquisition -- the ongoing procurement of futuristic tanks and infantry combat vehicles, estimated to be ...
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How India must counter the Chinese threat

'The military aim in a future conflict, if it can't be avoided, should be to cause maximum damage to the adversary's war waging capability and capture limited amount of territory as a bargaining counter,' says Brigadier Gurmeet Kanwal (retd). The foremost challenge for India to ensure peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific will be to manage the rise of a militarily assertive China that is seeking to achieve a 'favourable strategic posture'. Having come close to completing its four ...
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Kashmir Files: NEHRU PULLS PLUG ON PAKISTAN

In an aggressive mien, far removed from his image of being a pacifist, PM Nehru was firm with UNCIP officials telling them exactly where to get off on Pakistan’s Janus-faced perfidy of an unwarranted invasion, scuttling the call for any UN sponsored ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 days ago

Kashmir Files: HOW NEHRU SCUTTLED THE PLEBISCITE ADMINISTRATOR

Nehru led Pakistan PM Mohd Ali Bogra a merry dance on the appointment of Admiral Chester Nimitz as the Plebiscite Administrator for Jammu & Kashmir, scuppering the UN plan with some deft realpolitik and diplomacy A vituperative and highly damaging speech at ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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Army needs modern technology, says Army General Bipin Rawat

The Indian Army needs modern weapons and technology so that soldiers remain empowered, trained, and equipped in order to fight future wars, Chief of Army Staff General Bipin Rawat said on 12 January. "We need modern weapons, technology. We have to look at ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago Army needs modern technology: Gen. Rawat  Business Standard1 week ago
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Revealed: How China prepared for 1962 war

From March 1959 to March 1962, the PLA fought 12 major battles in central Tibet which was seen as an opportunity to train China's soldiers, notes Ajai Shukla. In pathbreaking research into the Tibetan uprising between 1956 and 1959, and the lead-up to the 1962 war, Chinese scholar Jianglin Li has accessed Chinese Communist Party documents and interviewed People's Liberation Army veterans from that war to present critical new aspects of that period's history. Li's research illustrates that Mao ...
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India conducts exercise to 'free' Andaman

The Indian military, for the first time, carried out a Defence of Andaman exercise that simulated the scenario of retrieving an island in case of invasion by an enemy. The mock drill involving Indian Air Forces Jaguar ground attack combat jets, armys armoured ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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India's enemies be warned: New guns for Indian troops

Soldiers fighting the enemy will receive state-of-the-art assault rifles, other soldiers will get 'Make in India' rifles, reports Ajai Shukla. IMAGE: The Indian Army will buy 250,000 assault rifles from the international market for soldiers on the front lines. Photograph: Danish Ismail/Reuters The Indian Army's highest levels have arrived at a vital decision that could open the doors to buying new rifles for the entire army, while remaining within a strained procurement budget. The decision is ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Declare Accession Day as holiday in J&K, BJP tells Mehbooba Mufti

Saffron parties have upped the ante against separatists and asked the Mehbooba Mufti-led coalition government to declare October 26 as holiday in Jammu and Kashmir in order to celebrate the accession day as the National Day. Leading the charge is the ...
 DNA2 months ago
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