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Nuclear capable Prithvi-II missile successfully test fired
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India successfully test-fires nuclear capable Prithvi-II

India today successfully test-fired its indigenously developed nuclear capable Prithvi-II missile as part of a user trial by the Army from a test range in Odisha, Defence sources said. The trial of the surface-to-surface missile, which has a strike range of ... Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago
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Critically short of anti-tank missiles, army sounds alarm

The Indian Army has once again sounded the alarm about its critical operational deficiency in the field of anti-tank guided missiles, asking the government for the emergency induction of at least some of these "tank killers" till the indigenous man-portable systems being developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation become a reality.The army, after all, has an alarming shortage of around 68,000 ATGMs and 850 launchers of different types, which are crucial for the infantry to ...
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Nuclear-capable Dhanush missile successfully test-fired from naval ship

India today successfully test-fired the nuclear-capable 'Dhanush' ballistic missile with a strike range of 350 km from a naval ship off Odisha coast, defence officials said.The surface-to-surface missile, a naval variant of the indigenously-developed 'Prithvi' missile, was test-fired from the ship positioned near Paradip in the Bay of Bengal at around 10.52 am, the officials said.'Dhanush' missile is capable of carrying a payload of 500 kg and hitting both land and sea-based targets, the ...
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HAL choppers to target enemy at high altitudes

Armed with rockets and missiles, these helicopters can rain fire on the enemy in rarefied altitudes.Ajai Shukla reports. IMAGE: The need for a combat helicopter became apparent during the Kargil conflict, when Indian soldiers had to attack enemy position on 15,000 feet-high mountains with little fire support, except from long-range artillery guns and rockets. Photograph used for representational purposes: Vijay Mathur/Reuters On Friday, December 22, the Indian Air Force and the Indian Army ...
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PM Modi to commission 'Kalvari' into Indian Navy today

[India], Dec 14 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday will commission India's first indigenous Scorpene-class submarine, Kalvari, into the Indian Navy at the Naval Dockyard here, in the presence of other officials. Kalvari is a potent Man o' War ...
 Sify2 months ago
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Was Rafale a must for the IAF?

'It is hard to justify $225 million a plane for an increasingly obsolete mission.'The purchase of the 36 Rafales has changed little for the IAF, explains Ajai Shukla. PART 1: 4 puzzling questions about the Rafale deal PART 2: Has India paid more for the Rafales? Since the turn of the century, when the Indian Air Force began its quest for cheap, light fighters to replace the Soviet-era fleet of light MiG variants, the IAF's specifications for the replacement fighter have changed so much as to ...
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Pakistan's dangerous obsession with nuclear weapons

For the world and India, one of the most enduring challenges of the times is for Pakistan's nukes to be neutralised, before they are ever used by the State, their sponsored non-State actors or any rogue elements from the many terror tanzeems dotting Pakistan's unstable landscape, says Lieutenant General Kamal Davar (retd). IMAGE: A Ghauri missile, with a range of 1,500 km on a mobile launch-pad at an undisclosed location in Pakistan. Photograph: Pakistan military department/Handout/Reuters ...
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Diamonds to defence, what's on the agenda with Netanyahu

The Israeli prime minister will be leading a delegation comprising 130 representatives of 102 companies, and 10 MoUs are expected to be signed during his 4-day visit. Collaboration in diamond polishing and processing and improving Israeli investment in India are expected to be on the agenda during the four-day visit by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu starting Sunday, an official said. India will also push for increased trade and investment with Israel. Bilateral trade was $5.04 ...
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Satheesh Reddy to get National Design Award

Scientific Advisor to the Defence Minister G Satheesh Reddy will be conferred with the National Design Award for his contributions towards indigenous design and development of diversified missile systems."Reddy, also the Director General, Missiles and ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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