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Jan 30, 2017
Budget should focus on defence modernisation, address concerns over Make in IndiaWhile the recent liberalisation of Defence Procurement Policy in 2016 (DPP 2016) is a welcome move by the government, there are still concerns that remain.
Jul 08, 2016
Time for Manohar Parrikar to implement reforms in Ministry of DefenceHaving addressed a series of long-pending issues of modernisation and 'Make in India' initiatives, Union Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar can now seriously get down to the most critical reform related to professionalising the structures of the Ministry of Defence
May 04, 2016
AgustaWestland case: Don't hold your breath, middlemen are here to stayThe fact that India cancelled the deal for the 12 VVIP AgustaWestland choppers (even though three were sent over for testing) robs the whole scandal of its sting
Mar 29, 2016
More transparency, speed: Manohar Parrikar unveils new defence procurement policyThe new DPP also allows the Defence Acquisition Council to take the "fast-track" route to acquire weapons
Mar 29, 2016
Defence Procurement Procedure 2016: An ambitious roadmap for India's industrial defence baseThe Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP), unveiled on Monday, has laid out the process for acquisition of equipment for the Indian Army, Navy and Air Force
Mar 28, 2016
New defence procurement policy will embody Make in India, focus on speed and transparency: ParrikarDefence minister Manohar Parrikar announced India's new defence procurement policy, which he said embodies transparency, speed and the Make in India concept
Jan 25, 2016
France's Francois Hollande pushes for $9 bn Rafale fighter deal in IndiaArray
Jan 12, 2016
Will engaging agents make defence procurement transparent? Key facts to know about the new normsArray
Jan 12, 2016
Break from the past: In Make in India push, govt tweaks defence procurement normsParrikar also took dig at former defence minister AK Antony saying he will will not keep companies on blacklist to protect "so called image".
Dec 23, 2015
Modi sets off for Russia: New defence procurement policy for India appears imminentOn his maiden state visit to Russia, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to sign a $1-billion agreement to produce over 200 Kamov 226 helicopters in India after the outright sale of some of them. A formal pact will come in a year after Russian President Vladimir Putin promised to support the ‘Make in India’ programme.