DRDO, ADA successfully execute first-ever arrested landing of Light Combat Aircraft (Navy) at INS Hansa in Goa
DRDO and ADA successfully executed the first-ever arrested landing of Light Combat Aircraft (Navy) at a shore-based facility, INS Hansa in Goa, inching closer to the goal of operating from an aircraft carrier.
India successfully flight-tests indigenously-made Man Portable Antitank Guided Missile in Kurnool; all you need to know
DRDO successfully flight tested an indigenously-developed low weight, fire and forget, Man Portable Antitank Guided Missile (MPATGM) from Andhra Pradesh's Kurnool
Four months since the ASAT test, there are still as many as 41 tracked pieces of debris in orbit.
DRDO chief Satheesh Reddy says APJ Abdul Kalam advised to work on reusable missiles system, month before demise
A month before his demise, former President APJ Abdul Kalam had advised DRDO chief to work on reusable missiles system that can deliver a payload.
Central government allots Rs 2.1 crore to CRPF to install over 500 sanitary pad dispensers for women in combat
The government sanctioned funds to the country's largest paramilitary force CRPF to procure and install over 500 sanitary pad dispensers and incinerators.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday reviewed the ongoing and future projects of the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO)
He says whatever is left of the debris will dissipate in a "short period of time".
DRDO says India chose much lower orbit for A-SAT test to avoid threat of debris to global space assets
On Tuesday, the NASA had termed a "terrible thing" India's shooting down of one its satellites, saying the hit-to-kill mission created about 400 pieces of orbital debris.
DRDO chief said a low-altitude military satellite was picked to reduce the risk of debris left in space.
World now knows 'hum bhi kuch kam nahin hai': Narendra Modi to DRDO scientists behind Mission Shakti
Hours after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced in a televised address about the successful launch of an anti-satellite weapon (A-SAT), that targeted a live satellite on a low earth orbit, he interacted with scientists behind 'Mission Shakti'
ISRO Chairman K Sivan said the Indian Air Force and other agencies will play major role during selection.
Lightweight anti-tank guided missile successfully tested by DRDO; defence ministry says 'all mission objectives met'
The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) on Sunday successfully tested a low-weight indigenously developed man-portable anti-tank guided missile.
Anti-tank missile, guided bombs successfully test-fired in Rajasthan; defence ministry says acquisitions will bolster national security
Indigenously developed guided bombs, Smart Anti Airfield Weapon (SAAW) and anti-tank guided missile Helina were successfully tested at separate firing ranges in Rajasthan, and the defence ministry declared that the tests will bolster national security.
DRDO Recruitment 2018 application process to fill 19 vacancies for the posts of Mechanical Engineer has begun on its official website drdo.gov.in
DRDO Recruitment 2018: DRDO's Scientist 'B' recruitment notification announces 41 vacancies for engineering graduates
The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has released the DRDO Recruitment 2018 notification to fill 41 vacancies for the post of Scientist B (Group A gazetted post)
One year after jawan's viral video on poor quality food for armed forces, BSF commissions test by DRDO
Faced with questions over the quality of food, the BSF has commissioned an assessment by the DRDO to analyse the quality and quantity of meals being served to jawans and officers of the paramilitary force
India on Wednesday successfully test-fired Anti Tank Guided Missiles (ATGM) Nag in desert conditions, defence sources said.
India's premier defence research institute DRDO carried out "successful" test flight of its Rustom 2 drone, a medium-altitude long-endurance unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), at Chalakere in Karnataka's Chitradurga district
Defence ministry approves procurement of Rs 15,935 cr of ammunition; move comes after repeated delays, cancellations
The procurement of new ammunition is especially important for the country because the defence ministry had cancelled a $500 million deal with Israel just last month
Railways' bio-toilet project deeply flawed, need 3,350 truckloads of cow dung at Rs 42 cr, reveals CAG report
The Indian Railways need to buy 3,350 truckloads of cow dung at Rs 42 crore in 2018 to “recharge” malfunctioning ‘bio-toilets’ that it has fitted on 44.8% of trains