Army’s Requirement Of ‘Theatre-Wise’ Tanks And Vehicles Could Face Development And Logistical Issues

Army’s Requirement Of ‘Theatre-Wise’ Tanks And Vehicles Could Face Development And Logistical Issues

Army’s requirement of ‘theatre-wise’ tanks and vehicles could face development and logistical issues

by Shaurya Karanbir Gurung

Born out of this requirement is the Future Ready Combat Vehicle (FRCV), which will be the base platform for the army’s main battle tank and also for a family of variants, including a light tank.

The fact that mechanised

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Desperate Under Pressure, Pak Proxies Try New Ploys In Valley

Desperate Under Pressure, Pak Proxies Try New Ploys In Valley
Desperate Under Pressure, Pak Proxies Try New Ploys In Valley

Braid chopping allegations have resulted in even lynching and burning alive of innocent people as well as vilifying the Army and SFs

by Anil Bhat

Of all the methods or themes used by agents of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) or terrorists and separatists supported by it to maintain terror, spread discord and to perpetuate r

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DGMO Again Warns Pakistani Counterpart On Abetting Terrorism

DGMO Again Warns Pakistani Counterpart On Abetting Terrorism
DGMO Again Warns Pakistani Counterpart On Abetting Terrorism

Pakistan Army’s support to terrorism is unacceptable and India will continue to take all retaliatory measures to respond to such acts, Indian Army’s DGMO has said

The Indian DGMO told his Pakistani counterpart the support provided to the terrorists by the Pakistan Army was the prime reason for any ‘collateral damage

New Delhi: The Indian Army on

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India Began Biggest Drill During Doklam Crisis

India Began Biggest Drill During Doklam Crisis
India Began Biggest Drill During Doklam Crisis

The  Timing

 

Army's 17 Crops conducted its two-month-long exercise that commenced in the first week of August and ended just a week before Diwali (October 19). The military standoff between India and China at Doklam lasted for 74 days, from June 16 to August 28

Even as the military standoff between India and China was on Doklam plateau, the Indian

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Army-MoD Tussle Delays Combat Vehicle Project

Army-MoD Tussle Delays Combat Vehicle Project
Army-MoD Tussle Delays Combat Vehicle Project

by Pradip R Sagar

NEW DELHI: A tussle between the bureaucrats in the Ministry of Defence (MoD) and the Indian Army has virtually brought back the Army’s proposal to equip its 50 Mechanised Infantry with the Future Infantry Combat Vehicle (FICV) to the drawing board after eight years in the process.

Initiated in 2009, the project has been stuck

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Ordnance Factories Need Urgent Revamp

Ordnance Factories Need Urgent Revamp
Ordnance Factories Need Urgent Revamp

The barrel of the first artillery gun imported by India in 30 years, the BAE Systems’ M777 Howitzer, was badly damaged recently during trials at the Army’s Pokhran Field Firing Ranges when a shell manufactured by an Indian ordnance factory exploded inside it. Fortunately, no Army personnel were injured in the accident. The gun being tested is par

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