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India may drop US Howitzer deal after price hike
IndiaPost

India may drop US Howitzer deal after price hike

NEW DELHI: India has told the US that in view of the price increase, it cannot go ahead with the procurement of 145 ultra-light howitzers for the Army, which plans to deploy such artillery guns in mountainous terrain. During talks with US ... IndiaPost, 1 month ago
Price hike puts US howitzer deal in a soup Times of India, 1 month ago
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BAE Systems looks to revive contract for supply of 145 guns to India

NEW DELHI: BAE Systems, which makes M-777 ultra-light howitzer (ULH) guns, is looking to revive a contract for the supply of 145 guns to India by pledging to comply with offset requirements in a letter to the ministry of defence. The company is ...
 Economic Times1 month ago India Defense Briefs; Rafale, M777 Gun, More  Defense-Aerospace1 month ago M777 Howitzer Deal with BAE Systems  PIB2 months ago ‘Ultra-light howitzer deal faces cost issues’  Asian Age2 months ago
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Times of India

Govt confirms deal for ultra-light howitzer artillery guns with the US has hit a dead-end

TOI was the first to report that the proposed deal for the M-777 howitzers, which had escalated from $647 million (Rs 3,882 crore) to $885 million (Rs 5,310 crore), was not going to be inked.
 Times of India2 months ago Escalating costs hit US Howitzer deal  The Freepress Journal1 month ago End of road for major howitzer deal with US  Times of India2 months ago Indian defence may hit dead-end for $885 million howitzer deal with US  Economic Times2 months ago

US eyes big-ticket arms deals during Hagel’s visit

The Obama administration will push for the stalled mega deals for M-777 ultra-light howitzers and Javelin anti-tank guided missiles (ATGMs) when US defence secretary Chuck Hagel comes visiting from Thursday.
 Times of India1 month ago Six defence deals that US wants to crack with India  Economic Times1 month ago 6 Defence Deals US Wants With India  Indiatimes1 month ago
Samaylive

Hagel's India visit to focus on weapons deal and Asia Pacific security

US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, who is on India visit is likely to push for the stalled mega deals for M-777 ultra-light howitzers and Javelin anti-tank guided missiles (ATGMs) alongwith bolstering the strategic partnership from intelligence ...
 Samaylive1 month ago Defence deals on cards: US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel to arrive in India  Samaylive1 month ago Hopes pinned on big meet  Millennium Post3 weeks ago Refreshing India-US ties  New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
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The Week

Shell shocker

As India decided to negotiate a deal with the United States of America to buy ultra-light artillery guns in 2010, many in the defence establishment were optimistic that the search for howitzers would finally end. In January 2012, General V.K. Singh ...
 The Week1 month ago

A different Bofors kickback: An India Howitzer

MUMBAI: Flashback to 1999, and the Kargil war. The military is forced to abort missions due to heavy casualties. Then it decides to deploy the controversial Bofors gun to destroy Pakistani outposts from various vantage points. The strategy pays off, ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Indian Bofors: Bharat Forge to focus on defence tech  Economic Times1 week ago Auto components leader Bharat Forge turns focus to defence technology  Economic Times1 week ago Indian Bofors: Auto components leader Bharat Forge turns focus to defence technology, ready with advanced guns  Economic Times1 week ago

Why US guns won't boom in India anytime soon!

For years, New Delhi and Washington have negotiated the purchase of 145 M777 howitzers. Ajai Shukla reports The army's wait continues for a critical weapon system, the 155 millimetre ultralight howitzers, that are needed to provide teeth to the mountain divisions on the Sino-Indian border. For years, New Delhi and Washington have negotiated the purchase of 145 M777 howitzers -- manufactured in the US by BAE Systems -- for a price that could now exceed $694 million. Today, the new government has ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago No new artillery guns for Army in near future  Deccan Herald2 months ago Modern artillery may give a boost to army's firepower  Financial Express2 weeks ago Defence ministry agrees to army's long pending demand of artillery guns  DNA India2 weeks ago

India-US defence cooperation

Prime Minister Narendrabhai Damodardass Modi is slated to visit US in September for the UN General Assembly. He will also meet Barak Obama in Washington and co-chair the India-US Summit. Defence cooperation will be one of the area to come up for ...
 The Echo Of India3 weeks ago Fulfilling the Promise of the U.S.-India Defense Partnership  Huffington Post3 weeks ago India-US relations  Daily Excelsior.com3 weeks ago
Eurasia Review

Indian Military Modernization And Consequences For Pakistan OpEd

By On July 10, Arun Jaitley, who is both the Defense Minister and the Finance Minister in the new BJP government, presented the budget to the Indian parliament. The worrying issue about BJP's maiden budget is that it has boosted defense ...
 Eurasia Review3 weeks ago Why Finance Minister Jaitley disappointed Defence Minister Jaitley  Rediff.com2 months ago
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