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India-US ink agreement worth Rs 5000 crore for 145 M777 artillery guns
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India, US ink landmark deal for 145 M777 howitzer artillery guns

Deal for 145 American ultra-light howitzers, costing about Rs 5,000 crore was recently cleared by the Cabinet Committee on Security Business Standard, 1 week ago
India, US ink pact for 145 Howitzer guns NetIndia123.com, 1 week ago
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Howitzer gun deal will enhance defence ties with India: US Ambassador

The government's decision to buy 145 M777 155mm/45-calibre ultra-light Howitzer battlefield guns from BAE Systems under the Foreign Sales Military route with the US will further enhance defence ties between both the countries, according to US ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago BAE welcomes inking of M777 Howitzers deal  Economic Times1 week ago Howitzer guns deal to enhance India-US defence ties: Envoy Richard Verma  Business Line1 week ago

Army going great guns with deal for U.S. howitzers

India’s deal with the U.S. for 145 M777 ultra-light howitzers (ULH) finally breaks a long-running jinx for the Army, which has failed to induct any new artillery gun in the three decades since the Bo...
 The Hindu4 days ago Timeline of M-777 ultra-light howitzers deal  Times of India1 month ago
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Better late than never: The M-777A2 howitzer is coming to India

Flexible, maneuverable, mobile and swift, the M-777A2 Ultra-Light Howitzers are just what India needed to replace its ageing battle-tested Bofors guns, says Debalina Ghoshal. In mid-November 2016, the Defence Acquisition Council approved for purchase the much-delayed M-777A2 Ultra-Light Howitzers -- also known as the "Triple Seven". India will now buy 145 of such 155mm 39-calibre towed guns for its Mountain Strike Corps, which was raised in 2013. This gun would be acquired from the United ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Indian Army buries Bofors ghost; to step up defence along China border with M777 howitzers  International Business Times India1 week ago Light at end of India's long M777 tunnel  Shephard1 week ago M777 howitzers: Indian Army set to get formidable firepower against China  Financial Express1 month ago
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DNA India

India to buy 145 American M777 ultra-light howitzers

NEW DELHI An official says India will buy 145 American M777 ultra-light howitzers to be mostly deployed near its borders with China. BAE Systems, manufacturer of the gun, looks forward to providing the Indian army with the howitzers, Joe ...
 Canadian Business Magazine1 week ago India has signed final contrat to acquire 145 M777A2 155mm towed howitzers from BAE Systems 10212161  Army Recognition6 days ago India signs deal to buy 145 ultra-light howitzers from US  Tehelka3 weeks ago Howitzer guns to boost military firepower on China border  DNA India1 month ago
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Sputnik

India, US to Sign Deal on Purchase of 145 Howitzers Within Three Weeks

India's cabinet committee on security chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi approved the purchase of 145 M-777 ultra-light howitzers from the United States, and the intergovernmental agreement could be signed within three weeks. MOSCOW ...
 Sputnik3 weeks ago India To Sign 145 BAE System's M-777 Ultra-light Howitzers Deal In Weeks  Defense World3 weeks ago

India clears purchase of 145 M777 howitzers worth Rs 4500 crore from US

The Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) on Thursday cleared the proposals for acquiring 145 M777 155 mm ultra-light howitzers from the US, as per a media report. DAC is headed by Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar. As per India Today, this is the first time that ...
 Zee News1 month ago Manohar Parrikar clears purchase of 145 M777 howitzers worth Rs 4500 crore from US  India Today1 month ago India-US Howitzer Deal: Council Clears Way For 145 M777s  International Business Times1 month ago

India to buy howitzers worth $737m from US

WASHINGTON: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has finally cleared the long-pending purchase of 145 M777 ultra-light howitzers from the United States, the US media reported on Monday. The $737 million arms deal is part of a Foreign Military ...
 DAWN Group2 weeks ago

$750-million deal for 145 artillery guns

After years of negotiations, India on Wednesday signed a government-to-government deal with the U.S. for 145 M-777 Ultra-Light Howitzers worth $750 million under the Foreign Military Sales programme. This is the first major artillery deal signed by India ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
India New England

M777 howitzer deal a major boost for our defence ties with India: US envoy Richard Verma

New Delhi: United States envoy to India Richard Verma on Thursday praised the M777 artillery deal and said that it is a major step forward in the India-US defence relationship. "As major defence partners, the United States and India remain ...
 ZeeNews.com1 week ago M777 howitzers deal a major step forward, says US envoy  Economic Times1 week ago M777 deal a major step forward, says US envoy  ProKerala.com1 week ago M777 deal a major step forward in Indo-US relations, says US envoy  India New England1 week ago
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