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Defence Ministry Clears Rs. 21000 Crore Domestic Acquisition Proposals

Ficci hails defence ministry move

New Delhi, 21 July: Ficci today hailed the decision of the Defence Acquisition Council to clear an Indian Air Force proposal for issuance of a tender for construction of 56 transport aircraft by the private sector to replace the ageing AVRO fleet of ... The Statesman, 22 hours ago
Govt clears Rs 21 k cr defence buys The Statesman, 2 days ago

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FDI in the Defence Sector

In May 2001, the Defence Industry sector, which was hitherto reserved for the public sector, was opened upto 100% for Indian private sector participation with FDI permissible upto 26%, both subject to licensing to enable private sector industry to participate ...
 PIB10 hours ago Cabinet Decision on FDI in Railways Likely this Week  New Indian Express1 day ago Increased FDI to reduce corruption in defence sector: Govt  Business Standard India1 week ago

India Opens Aerospace, Defense to Private Sector

This may well be a seminal moment in the history of the Indian aerospace industry. Not only has defence minister Arun Jaitley ended the monopoly of state-run Hindustan Aeronautics, he also announced that the private sector will be the sole player in ...
 Defense-Aerospace21 hours ago A boost for India‚Äôs aerospace industry  Asian Age2 days ago French aerospace firm eyes Indian market  SME Times5 days ago

Defence could be sunrise industry for Indian firms in the next decade: Report

A file picture of Pipavav shipyard. Pipavav Defence & Offshore Engineering Company Ltd, Larsen & Toubro, the Tata group, among others, have tied up with global defence companies and have created infrastructure required to take on bigger roles in the ...
 Livemint.com1 day ago India - Vietnam Strategic Partnership to grow to the next level with Defence Industry Cooperation: HE Mrs Preeti Saran, Ambassador of India to Vietnam  Noodls1 week ago

Why FDI can help bring about a disruptive change in India's defence industry

By: Rajiv Bhargava As our country fights its losing battle of achieving self-sufficiency in defence production, the renowned doha by Kabir, "Kasturi kundal base, mrig dhunde ban mahi" (Fragrance lies within, but the deer searches the entire forest) ...
 Economic Times3 days ago Why FDI may be the best option to revitalize domestic defence production  Economic Times3 days ago FDI best option to revitalize domestic defence sector?  Economic Times2 days ago Raising FDI Limit In Defence To 49% To Help Industry  Businessworld India1 week ago

Hike in FDI cap in defence to boost domestic industry: Arun Jaitley

NEW DELHI: Rejecting criticism over the hike in FDI cap in defence sector to 49 per cent, Defence Minister Arun Jaitley today said the step was necessary for boosting domestic industry of a country which imports up to 70 per cent of its military ...
 Economic Times4 days ago FDI hike in defence to boost economy: FM  Rediff.com4 days ago FDI cap hike in defence to boost domestic industry: Jaitley  The Hindu4 days ago Raised FDI cap in defence to boost domestic industry: Jaitley  First Post.com4 days ago

Is FDI in Defence the best option?

In a country which imports up to 70 per cent of its military hardware, the Defence industry is still struggling to achieve self-sufficiency. India is dependent to a large extent on foreign sources for meeting its Defence requirements. There is also ...
 Oneindia2 days ago Defence FDI cap raised to 49 pc; Ministry gets Rs 2.29 lakh cr  Business Standard India1 week ago Defence FDI cap raised to 49%  The Echo Of India1 week ago

Narendra Modi's offer to defence companies not enough for Lockheed

India's arms exports fell by about two-thirds over the past decade to $10 million last year, while China's more than quadrupled in that time to $1.8 billion, according to SIPRI data. Photo: Bloomberg New Delhi : Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi ...
 Livemint.com5 days ago Narendra Modi's offer to foreign defence companies not enough for Lockheed  Livemint.com5 days ago
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Defence budget raised by 12 percent

July 11, 2014 India's new government boosted defence spending by 12 percent in 2014-15 over the previous year, in a budget presented on Thursday and further opened the domestic weapons industry to foreign investment to help rebuild the ...
 Business Recorder1 week ago India Further Opens Domestic Weapons Industry to Foreign Investment  Industry Week1 week ago India ups military spending by 12%, doubles FDI limit to boost domestic defence industry  Sri Lanka Island1 week ago India eases foreign investment limit in arms industry  News India Times1 week ago

Lessons from Japan

Testing times lie ahead of, and for, the new government in New Delhi and for India's defence industry as well as defence import plan-of-action. The ratio thereof stands at an adverse 28:72 against the local industry, allowing the global vendors to hold a firm ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago FDI cap in arms industry raised  Oman Tribune1 week ago Industry bodies close ranks on defence FDI  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Industry, MoD brass closing ranks to cap defence FDI at 49%  Business Standard1 month ago
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