A Pakistani delegation visited Poland last week to discuss procurement of some 500,000-800,000 assault rifles in a requirement that could be worth US$2 billion.
The potential of the acquisition and transfer of technology related to the production of small arms and ammunition was the main topic of talks between the board member of Maciej
No human has been to the Moon since 1972 and only 12 people have ever done it—all of them American men. But that list could soon be getting a lot longer.
Why the Moon? Haven’t we already been there, done that? Well, yes. But now there are new reasons motivating countries to reach the Moon.
Human and other missions to the Moon are planned by India,
Konkurs-M Anti Tank Guided Missile ATGM
The missiles currently in use are Konkurs and Milan 2T, both do not have night-fighting capabilities
The $500 million deal was scrapped after consideration was made stating that importing Anti-Tank Guided Missile (ATGM) would surely impact the indigenous development of the weapon system by DRDO. What's
J-20 Stealth Fighter - The brand-new air-superiority fighters, developed by Chengdu Aerospace Corporation, will be primarily deployed for precise and decapitation strikes
The landmark inauguration of the J-20 gives Beijing not only strategic deterrence but also an advantageous position in technical cooperation
It can be said that a fleet of
by Gautam Navlakha
All the surveys and ratings cannot protect those who get weighed under their own lies and they also singe those who come to defend lies. As the story of Rafale gradually unravels, we are now witnessing some tough questions being posed to the Government. It is not about the quality of the fighter plane chosen after a long drawn
by Chandan Nandy
The stalemate between the Indian government and French aircraft manufacturing company Dassault over the supply of 126 fourth-generation Rafale fighter jets, was not so much because of pricing as much as the Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd’s (HAL) competence to deliver on quality, top Indian Air Force sources have revealed to The Quint.
India's sea dominance in its own backyard is increasingly challenged by China. INS Kalvari will have anti-ship missiles and long-range guided torpedoes and modern sensor suite. India has 13 conventional submarine while China has 60 odd conventional and nuclear submarines
INS Kalvari, a diesel electric conventional submarine will be joining the
Beyond the politics of last week's Congress-BJP squabble over the deal to purchase Rafale fighters for the IAF lies the grim reality of an emaciated force that is well short of the strength required to face up to a two-front threat
by Sushant Singh
The five LCA Tejas supplied to the IAF by Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL), Bangalore, are part of a
Rs 11,929-crore project to encourage Indian private sector to enter aerospace manufacturing. This despite the fact the Defence Acquisitions Council in May 2015 had approved the TATA-Airbus project. MoD sources said the ‘Avro-Replacement’ project is “going around in circles” at the commercial negotiations stage
by Rajat Pandit
NEW DELHI: Much before