Weapons

Science of War – April 2018
An unreal Defence Production Policy cannot rejuvenate India’s defence industry
By Pravin Sawhney and Ghazala Wahab

Indigenise to Grow – April 2018
Defence investments should focus on technology that can help to Make in India
By RAdm. Sudhir Pillai (retd)

Ammo Needed – April 2018
Both private and public sectors together can address India’s dismal ammunition requirement
By Aditya Kakkar

BEL has been visiting customers on a periodic basis to understand their requirements, acquisition process and to establish long-term customer relationship for enhancing export business’ – April 2018
Chairman & managing director, Bharat Electronics Ltd, M.V. Gowtama

An Uncertain Future – February 2018
Cybercrime and security are serious concerns for which the government has to be prepared
By Aditya Kakkar

Chasing a Mirage – February 2018
Under ‘Make in India’ many defence projects have either been stalled or cancelled, none has been completed
By Aditya Kakkar

Paving the Way – February 2018
The BRAHMOS missile can be an example for Make in India programmes
By Pravin Sawhney

Big Boost – February 2018
DRDO’s Project SFDR proves that solid propellants are here to stay
By Jaison Deepak

Cost of Indecision – February 2018
Slow moving procurement process in the armed forces makes it difficult to have latest IT systems
By Richard Wileman

China Blooms in Mideast Desert – December 2017
China’s AVIC displayed a wide range of UAS platforms at Dubai Airshow 2017
By Prasun K. Sengupta

We are Keen on Inducting DRDO AIP Without Any Add-Ons. Our Prototype is Available and Working… (it) has Been Partially Tested. The Full Testing Should be Ready by the End of This Year – August 2017
Chairman, Defence Research and Development Organisation and Secretary, Department of Defence R&D, Dr S. Christopher

 

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