Manohar Parrikar at Parliament. (Source: Express photo) The shortcomings of indigenous Light Combat Aircraft Tejas Mark-I, like its survivability, performance and maintainability issues, have been addressed in its Mark-II version, Defence Minister ... Indian Express, 19 hours ago
Tejas Mark-I fails to meet IAF criteria, has 53 shortfalls: CAG - Rediff.com, 2 months ago
India’s Tejas LCA comes under criticism from CAG - Asian Age, 2 months ago
"Tejas Mark-II is still on the drawing board, with only the preliminary design review being completed till now. The critical design review is far off," said a source.Economic Times, 1 week ago Pakistan bags export order for JF 17 fighter while Indian Tejas is yet to take off Oneindia, 1 week ago Pakistan is importing fighter jets while Indian Tejas is still on drawing board Business Insider India, 1 week ago Pak JF-17 goes global, desi Tejas yet to take off Economic Times, 1 week ago
The outgoing Tejas chief said the aircraft will join the IAF fleet by 2021-22. Ajai Shukla reports The Tejas Mark II is a step up to the Mark I with a powerful new engine and advanced avionic When a young P S Subramanyam joined the Aeronautical Development Agency in 1986, that nodal agency charged with designing and developing an indigenous Light Combat Aircraft had little more than ideas. Air force fighter pilots and ADA engineers were deciding on the capabilities they wanted in ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago Outgoing Tejas chief says Mark II will fly in three years, enter IAF service in six Smart Investor, 1 month ago
The plan to develop a more powerful, modernised version of the current Tejas fighter is getting a welcome boost. In September, US engine-maker General Electric (GE) plans to deliver the first F-414INS6 engine (hereafter F-414), which will power the ...Smart Investor, 3 weeks ago
As the Tejas Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) nears final operational certification, which clears a fighter for combat operations, there are contradictory signals about the future of India's indigenous fighter. Within the defence ministry, the feeling ...Smart Investor, 2 weeks ago Analysts: India's LCA Will Miss Another Deadline DefenseNews.com, 2 weeks ago Ajai Shukla: From Tejas to AMCA Business Standard India, 3 weeks ago LCA will not be able to penetrate enemy lines Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
Why the Air Force Has to Wait Another 5 Years for Indigenously-Built Tejas Fighter NEW DELHI --- It has been 32 years in the making but it will be least another five years before the indigenously-built fighter jet Tejas (Mark -II) can be deployed ...Defense-Aerospace, 2 months ago Why IAF has to wait another 5 years for Tejas MSN India, 2 months ago Why the Air Force Has to Wait Another 5 Years for Indigenously-Built Tejas Fighter NDTV, 2 months ago
July 10, 2015 @ 01:43 PM Saab Offers Gripen Fighters in Fly-Away Condition to India Saab has offered to supply an unspecified number of Gripen Aircraft in a fly-away condition to the Indian Air Force...
Swedish Defence Minister Peter Hultqvist Meets Indian Counterpart Manohar Parrikar Saab has offered to supply an unspecified number of Gripen Aircraft in a fly-away condition to the Indian Air Force (IAF) to replenish its fleet in the short ...Defense World, 3 weeks ago Swedish Minister to Offer India Gripen NG Defense-Aerospace, 1 month ago Swedish govt lines up Gripen fighter offer for India Economic Times, 1 month ago Swedish Defence Minister Peter Hultqvist coming with Gripen NG fighter aircraft offer Economic Times, 1 month ago
With 52 labs & over 7,800 scientists, the Defence Research & Development Organisation has delivered more misses than hits over the decades. The Army has now invited global proposals for designing a 'Future Ready Combat Vehicle (FRCV)' at a time ...Economic Times, 1 month ago
The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) is expected to release the official list of passers of the May 2015 Nursing Licensure Examination (NLE) on Tuesday, June 23, 2015. According to PRC a total of…. passed the May 2015 Nursing Licensure ...Philippine News, 1 month ago
Our large military requirements make for an enormous buyer's leverage, which the defence ministry fritters away in piecemeal purchases Few tears will be shed, especially in the corridors of power, given his frequent gaffes, if Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar makes good his threat not to talk to the media for the next six months. Speaking less will give Parrikar more time to think and to grasp fundamental defence issues that still elude him. Seven months after his ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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