Land Systems

Reinvent and Thrive – November 2018
BEML continues to stay relevant as the top-of-the-mind defence equipment manufacturer and supplier
By Rohan Ramesh

Identify, Delay and Disrupt – October 2018
The FICCI-organised Smart Border Management 2018 conference brought to the fore technologies which can safeguard India’s borders from infiltration
By Mihir Paul

Bulletproof Mobility – September 2018
Many Indian companies are now producing the much-needed APCs and AFVs in India
By Mihir Paul

Good News – September 2018
After years of delay, Indian Artillery modernisation programme gets underway
By Lt Gen. B.S. Pawar (retd)

Empower the Infantry – September 2018
Latest technology should aid the infantry for smooth mobility especially in tough terrains
By Lt Gen. Rameshwar Yadav (retd)

The First Step – August 2018
Innovative ideas and risk-taking necessary to build an Indian defence industrial complex
By Ghazala Wahab

Under Watchful Eyes – July 2018
Video surveillance in India is expected to grow to USD2.5 billion by 2020
By Mihir Paul

Safety Comes First – July 2018
Effective border management is a must for a nation’s security
By Mihir Paul

Victory in Sight – July 2018
Technology upgrade of NVDs is the need of the hour
By Lt Gen Rameshwar Yadav (retd)

On the Radar – July 2018
Of new radar technologies and their future applications
By Air Cmde Trilok Chand (Retd)

Southern Soiree – May 2018
DefExpo 2018 showcased India’s military might to the local populace
By Ghazala Wahab

Indigenous Might – May 2018
Kalyani Group facility to produce 250 ATAGS a year
By Younis Ahmad Kaloo

Future Plans – May 2018
Following the ‘Make in India’ theme, BEL showcased a wide range of its capabilities at DefExpo 2018
By Younis Ahmad Kaloo

Ready for Action – May 2018
Saab is fully prepared to deliver India’s new very-short-range air-defence (VSHORAD) system by the end of the year

DefExpo 2018 briefs – May 2018
Easing the burden of the soldiers, Honeywell introduces Centurion

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

Rethink and Reorganise – April 2018
Bhamre report is scathing in its attack on the MoD for the sorry state of affairs in defence procurement
By Maj. Gen. Mrinal Suman (retd)

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

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

Starting Afresh – April 2018
The government has opened bids for indigenous development of FICVs
By Aditya Kakkar

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

Looking to the Future – April 2018
Ordnance Factory Board needs to be re-energised and re-vitalised
By Prasun K. Sengupta

Real Threats – April 2018
India is developing sophisticated CBRN defence technologies to be prepared in case of an eventuality
By Younis Ahmad Kaloo

Protection Gear – April 2018
Add-on armour is a cheaper and effective solution on the battlefield against mean machines such as RPGs
By Jaison Deepak

To be Precise – September 2017
India has a wide variety of land-based precision guided munitions to choose from
By Jaison Deepak

Green Light at Last – August 2017
OFB and BEL will carry out the upgrades on 693 BMP-2s of the Indian Army
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

Caesar on the Roll – August 2017
Along with L&T, Nexter is set to develop Indian artillery systems

Shield in the Air – October 2016
Russian S-400 Triumf ADMS has the potential to take bilateral military-technical cooperation to a higher level
A FORCE Report

Hitting the Bull’s Eye – June 2016
Radar Technology Continues to Evolve
By Dilip Kumar Mekala

Command and Control – June 2016
The Indian Army gets set to procure the long-awaited BMS and TCS
By Dilip Kumar Mekala

On a Ventilator – April 2016
The Indian Army desperately needs modernisation
A FORCE Report

Future Shock – April 2016
A range of high-tech hardware will be procured for all three armed forces
By Prasun K. Sengupta

Stalled Fire – February 2016
Artillery purchases are making progress, albeit slowly, while ammunition levels continue to cause concern
A FORCE Report

Target Lock – January 2016
Attention is now being given to the Army’s Air Defence Needs
A FORCE Report

Close to the Roots – December 2015
Latest ground based radars aim to close critical gaps in air surveillance
By Dilip Kumar Mekala



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