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More Missile Tests in April by SFC in India
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Apr 12, 2014
The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRD) and Strategic Forces Command have planned a series of tests in April.
Geo-synchronous Satellite Launch Gets More Funds
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Mar 3, 2014
Development of the GSLV Mk-lll launch vehicle to launch 4T class satellites
Agni-3 Launch, a Flawless Mission
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Dec 31, 2013
The year's final launch comes after the second Agni V test and hopes of SLBM tests in 2014
Agni-3 Launch, a Flawless Mission
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Dec 24, 2013
Strategic Forces Command (SFC), fired the long range Agni 3 missile with a range capability of over 3000 kms
DRDO Pitch for Prahaar/Pragati sale in ADEX South Korea
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Oct 31, 2013
DRDO Pitch for Prahaar/Pragati sale in ADEX South Korea
Prithvi II – Second Test in Two Days
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Oct 9, 2013
Prithvi II – Second Test in Two Days
Successful Training Launch of Prithvi - II Missile
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Oct 7, 2013
Successful Training Launch of Prithvi - II Missile
Second Agni V Launch Successful, Canisterisation Key Achievement
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Sep 16, 2013
Second Agni V Launch Successful, Canisterisation Key Achievement
A Red Letter Day for India’s Defence Indigenisation
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Aug 12, 2013
12 August 2013 - A Red Letter Day for India’s Defence Indigenisation
Prithvi II on Target in User Trial
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Aug 12, 2013
Prithvi II on Target in User Trial
Missile Developments in South Asia – Review of NASIC Report
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Jul 16, 2013
Missile Developments in South Asia – Review of NASIC Report
India's AGNI IV Missile Test: An Assessment
Sep 20, 2012
Is the AGNI IV BMD Proof?
India’s Missile Development Programmes
Sep 12, 2010
Status of missile development programmes, currently ongoing in India as indicated by the Ministry of Defence to the Parliament are as follows;-
Defence Procurement: Transparency versus Urgency of Acquisitions
Sep 12, 2010
Procurement of various kinds of defence equipment/platforms including arms is made by the Government from various indigenous as foreign sources to meet the requirements of Armed Forces. This is a continuous process based on the technological changes, threat perception and available resources and is undertaken in accordance with the defence procurement procedures. The import option is exercised when it is necessary to procure the items within a definite timeframe on operational grounds to bridge the capability gaps and normally when such equipment cannot be sourced indigenously within a specified timeframe.
‘Tarkash’ Stealth Frigate Launched
Jul 4, 2010
The second of the three follow on Talwar class stealth frigates being built by Yantar Shipyard, Kaliningrad, Russia was ceremoniously launched on 23 Jun 10. The frigate, christened ‘Tarkash’ during the ceremony, belongs to the elite Talwar Class of ships, three of which namely Talwar, Trishul and Tabar are already in service with the Indian Navy. The first follow on ship, christened ‘Teg’ was launched on 27 Nov 09. Their mission in Navy spans the entire spectrum of Naval warfare, viz Air, Surface and Sub-surface. The ships are capable of operating in Blue waters, and are at the forefront of the Indian Navy task forces.
DRDO Relations with the Services
Jun 6, 2010
The Debate on relationship between DRDO and Services was thrown open by remarks of the DRDO chief Dr VK Saraswat when he said that self-reliance in critical defence technologies cannot be achieved by the premier defence R&D organization alone. In a terse statement at an award ceremony, he called upon the three Services to overcome their temptation to induct the latest weaponry from abroad.
Shaping Deterrence Agni-1, Prithvi III, Dhanush Success
Apr 4, 2010
India successfully carried out user tests of indigenously developed, nuclear-capable, short range ballistic missile (SRBM) Agni-1 from the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Wheeler Island. "It was a fantastic mission carried out by the Indian Army. The test-fire of the Agni-I missile met all parameters," director of ITR S P Dash said.
Indian Defence Ministry Perception of Year Gone By 2009 – 2010
Apr 4, 2010
The Ministry of Defence Report Annual Report covers the period from April 2009 to March 2010. Apart from covering Indo Pakistan and Indo China relations the current report has lauded cooperation with Bangladesh thus, “Relations with Bangladesh have been strengthened since the restoration of multiparty democracy in that country. India is appreciative of the increasing cooperation with Bangladesh in security matters, especially vis-ŕ-vis Indian insurgent groups operating from its territory”.
Milan and Tropex 10
Mar 5, 2010
Indian Navy hosted the largest four-day naval war-game, Milan-2010, involving 12 nations in the Asia Pacific region from 4 February in which means to counter terror threats to coastal and island territories was debated keeping in mind the attacks in Mumbai. “There would be a discussion (during Milan-2010) on maritime terror and the means to counter the attacks like what happened in Mumbai,” Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Foreign Cooperation and Intelligence), Rear Admiral Sudharshan Shrikhande told reporters.
Vayu Shakti – The First Fire Power Demonstration at Night
Mar 5, 2010
In a first ever display of its precision strike capability by night, a mammoth fire power demonstration (FPD), codenamed ‘Vayu Shakti-2010’, showcased the operational capabilities of IAF by day, dusk and night at the sprawling Chandan Air-to-Ground Range, Pokharan on February 28. The FPD demonstrated the day and night employability of air power by frontline fighter aircraft of the IAF including Su-30 MKI, Mirage-2000, Jaguar, Mig-21 and Mig-29.
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