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Link to Old Stories

Indian Navy Reaches Out to Russia for P-75I (July 2017)
RFP for the submarine likely to come out by early 2018

Hi-Tech Show (May 2017)
Eurosatory 2018 promises to showcase latest technological innovations

Waiting for P-75I (October 2016)
Rubin Design Bureau is confident about its Amur 1650 offer

Indo-Russia Procurement Updates (September 2016)

Letter from the Editor (April 2016)

Undersea Web (February 2016)
A slew of projects to enhance India’s maritime security are taking shape

Secure and Afloat (June 2015)
BSF to get six floating BOPs for the Bangladesh border and three for Gujarat

Focussed on Future (November 2014)
BrahMos’ new CEO is gung-ho about the BRAHMOS supersonic cruise missile

Shaping the Future (November 2013)
The ship-shaped Suraksha Bhawan houses the various institutes that provide a holistic training to BSF personnel to meet the challenges faced by India

Training For the Future (May 2013)
CRPF Academy in Gurgaon imparts some important warfare skills

Around the World Alone (May 2013)
Lieutenant Commander Abhilash Tomy is the first Indian to circumnavigate the world solo

Pressure on the Ground (August 2012)
Arjun Mk-2 offers enhanced firepower, but it’s too heavy to go where the Army wants it

Father Figure (October 2006)
Marshal of the Air, Arjan Singh, DFC

Charlie Browne
Chief of Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Norman Anil Kumar Browne PVSM, AVSM, VM, ADC

Flights of Fancy
The rigidity of SQRs should be relaxed so as to facilitate fast procurements and development of weapon systems

Ship-Shape Submarines
Russia is ready for Project 75(I) competition

Chief Charms Bangalore
LCA Tejas to achieve Final Operational Clearance (FOC) after another two years

Future Fighter
US Navy looks for a 6th Gen replacement for its carrier borne fighter fleet by 2030

Bertin’s Optronic Equipment Chosen by French Ministry of Defence (July 2017)

SATTVA On The SARAS Trail