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Dragon-baiting dangers

Chinese soldiers line up for a guard of honour. The Chinese Army is the world's largest military force. (Photo: AP) Even nearly 54 years after its humiliating military defeat at the hands of China, India clearly is in no mood to risk another conflict. While ... Asian Age, 1 day ago
Deccan Chronicle

360 degree: Dragon-baiting dangers

Even nearly 54 years after its humiliating military defeat at the hands of China, India clearly is in no mood to risk another conflict. While defence experts point out that war between the two nuclear-armed Asian giants is not an option, the more ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 day ago
International Business Times India

India-Russia fighter jet deal worth $25 billion may bite the dust

Indian Air Force is unhappy with the way Indo-Russian co-development of FGFA programme is progressing. Pictured: Russian Sukhoi T-50 PAK-FA jet fighter lands after a demonstration flight at the MAKS International Aviation and Space Salon in ...
 International Business Times India6 days ago India modernizes its military  Jerusalem Post1 week ago Air Force travails  The Statesman4 weeks ago Can the IAF fight the next war effectively?  Rediff.com1 month ago

Parrikar denies Rafale contract sealed, contradicts BJP

Illustrating the problems in concluding a pricey contract with French company, Dassault, for 36 Rafale fighter aircraft, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Thursday distanced himself from an earlier claim by the ruling party that the deal had been ...
 Smart Investor1 week ago Parrikar denies Rafale contract as sealed  Business Standard India1 week ago

Parrikar refutes party's FB post on Rafale

Says the deal is only in advanced stage and hopefully will be closed soon A day after a BJP post on social media claimed that the Narendra Modi government had finalised the deal for 36 Rafale fighter jets for $ 8.8 billion, Defence Minister ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Move Over Tejas. India Wants A Second Line Of Fighter Jets.

India is keen on manufacturing a second line of fighters besides Tejas, and within 6 months, will begin the process of deciding which foreign manufacturer will make the jets in India, sources told NDTV. The Ministry of Defence has already had ...
 NDTV1 week ago India wants second line of fighter jets: Report  ZeeNews.com1 week ago IAF wants a second line of fighter jets  MSN News US1 week ago
Hindustan Times

Rafale jets vs ghas ki roti

New Delhi, April 19: The Narendra Modi government is preparing to justify the anticipated whopping cost of acquiring the Rafale fighter aircraft by laying stress on safe borders and skies, without which "we will not be able to afford even ghas ki ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago India and France to Finalize $8.9 Billion Deal for 36 Rafales  DefenseNews.com1 week ago French team likely to visit in May  Asian Age2 weeks ago Rafale deal: Aim must remain tech self-reliance  Asian Age2 weeks ago

In a death spiral

Two recent presentations made by defence minister Manohar Parrikar to Prime Minister Narendra Modi have had one focus: the crisis within the Indian Air Force. This escalation of the IAF's troubles to the highest political authority highlight the ...
 Yahoo! India2 weeks ago

HAL In Talks with Sweden's Saab for Tejas LCA Upgrade

NEW DELHI --- State-run Hindustan Aeronautics Limited or HAL is in talks with Swedish aerospace major Saab, makers of single engine Gripen fighter planes, to collaborate on the upgraded version of the indigenously developed Light Combat Aircraft ...
 Defense-Aerospace2 weeks ago Swedish firm to help upgrade Tejas  IndiaPost2 weeks ago HAL seeks Swedish Saab support to upgrade Tejas fighter jets  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago HAL in talks with Swedish firm Saab for upgraded LCA Tejas  Economic Times2 weeks ago

Local production of US F 16 & F/A 18 not attractive: HAL Chairman Suvarna Raju

The man leading India's top military aviation company feels that the US offer to produce F 16 and F/A 18 jets in India is not attractive, as both jets failed to meet the cut at an air force competition for new fighters. The chairman of Hindustan Aeronautics ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Local Production of F-16, F-18 Not Attractive, Says HAL Chief  Defense-Aerospace2 weeks ago
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