Defence Deals News
Rafale row: Legal wrangles must not divert attention from shortage of aircraft, efforts to modernise IAF
Rafale row: If India is again going to be mired in a scandal and finger-pointing, New Delhi will lose sight of its primary objective which is to modernise the Indian Air Force
Ministry of Defence blacklists six firms, suspends 14 others from engaging in business due to graft charges
The Ministry of Defence on Monday issued a circular in which it listed all the companies which had been debarred or suspended from engaging in business.
A question that is central to Narendra Modi's landmark visit to Israel is, what has prompted the recent boldness? And under what parameters will this relationship be defined?
100 days of Manohar Parrikar sarkar in Goa: After big-ticket defence deals, CM grapples with garbage heaps
Goa is also blighted by garbage heaps that stink to high heavens and make you hold your nose in disgust.
The new blacklisting policy will ensure that while companies are dealt with harshly, it will not affect the modernisation process
In a bid to modernise the Indian Air Force, India has reached out to foreign aircraft manufactures with offers to buy 200 fighter planes as long as the jets are made in India and with a local partner
Make in India to boost defence deals: Contracts worth Rs 50,000 crore on the anvil, says Manohar Parrikar
Parrikar also said the ministry is finalising a new strategic materials policy so that we can promote production as well as storage of defence-related strategic materials.
The Government of India needs to set this image right. India desperately needs a comprehensive policy on the way bribes should be dealt with.
India inked 182 defence deals over last three years including current one: minister tells Parliament
Minister of State for Defence Rao Inderjit Singh also said that during the last three years and the current year, indents have been placed for 105 mm light field guns and electronically upgraded 155 mm guns on Ordnance Factory Board.
Vowing to take defence ties to a "new level", India and the US on Sunday renewed their 10-year Defence Framework Agreement and agreed in principle to pursue joint development and production projects.
Changes in the Defence Procurement Policy to legalise representatives from foreign defence firms will be done in another month and a half, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said.
Parrikar said delays in clearance of defence projects was another reason which increases the role of middlemen.
Chuck Hagel spoke to journalists en route to India and said he wants to "listen, learn" and get acquainted with the new administration.
This is Hagel's first India visit in his new capacity as US Secretary of Defence.
The Apache gunships and a deal for Chinook helicopters, both built by Boeing, will top the agenda in Hagel's talks on Friday with the govt
Western governments are rushing to visit PM Modi, drawn by the prospect of multi-billion-dollar deals in the defence sector.
Tarun Tejpal’s personality, character, functioning, actions, mistakes, however objectionable, do not make all those caught on the Operation West End tapes innocent.
The old India-Russia defence chumminess is over. The latest evidence is Russia's loss of the $1.68 billion deal for six air-to-air refuellers to Airbus