Addressing a webinar on the effective implementation of the Union Budget's provisions in the defence sector, the PM urged the private sector to take up both designing and manufacturing of defence equipment
Union Budget 2021: Finance minister makes no mention of allocation to separate domestic defence sector
The current geopolitical situation in which the Indian forces remain in a tense face-off with China along the northern border has necessitated the emergency purchases
Union Budget 2021: Centre allocates Rs 4.78 lakh crores for defence ministry, hikes capital outlay by 19%
The total outlay of Rs 4.78 lakh crore included an allocation of Rs 1.15 lakh crore for payment of pensions
Union Budget 2021: To pave way for self-reliant defence sector, increased capital outlay is need of hour
While an updated defence acquisition policy pedestal has been set-up in 2020 by the defence ministry, a meaningful fund allocation coupled with tax incentives for achieving the ultimate objective of self-reliance would be the key expectation
Due to the major developments in the situation around LAC and LOC in the past year, the defence budget for 2021 is expected to go up.
Narendra Modi holds series of meetings to boost economy, attract foreign investment during coronavirus crisis
Narendra Modi reviewed the state of investments, the defence and aerospace sector and the mine and mineral sector.
Reliance Infrastructure resumes toll operations at 10 road projects; puts in place safety measures for staff
As part of the government's initiative to restart operations in a phased manner, Reliance Infrastructure has resumed toll operations at its road projects from midnight of 20 April.
Rajnath Singh attends CEO forum in Seoul to attract investment in defence sector, says deeper cooperation with South Korean firms will give impetus to Make in India
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday urged Indian and South Korean companies to actively collaborate with each other in the defence sector
In 2014-15, 2015-16, and 2017-18, the sector attracted FDI worth $0.08 million, $0.10 million and $0.01 million, respectively
From Vajpayee to Modi, BJP's national security policy has been consistent; Congress' claim of reduced defence spending fallacious
Compared to Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Narendra Modi adopted a vastly more muscular response to national security and does not hesitate to display just that.
Vladimir Putin expresses hope that AK-203 rifles will help India's defence sector, fulfill security agencies' need for small arms
Putin said he is convinced that commissioning of Kalashnikov rifles will contribute to stronger defence potential of India and to further advance the scientific and industrial basis of the national economy.
India's Lohia Group acquires Israeli company Light and Strong; eyes global aerospace, defence markets
Lohia Group's Indian facility located in Kanpur will be part of the Uttar Pradesh government's defence corridor and also help establish India as an exporter for customised composite products, he noted.
Nirmala Sitharaman urges startups to develop tech for 'Made in India' defence arms; provide 'solutions' to Indian problems
Sitharaman announced a "Defence India Startup Challenge", a national contest for startups to develop arms and technologies for the defence sector
The rights issue will help promoters to increase stake in the company by 5 percentage points to 36 per cent
Kalyani group to open missile-making unit in Hyderabad after receiving commissions from Israeli defence company
Kalyani group and Israel's state-run Rafael Advanced Defence Systems Friday commissioned a Rs 70 crore anti-tank guided missile production facility here
It will take some patience and deft handling of the strategic partnership policy, the defence manufacturing process to set the house in order.
Manohar Parrikar is Goa CM: Here's a look at the 2-year controversial stint of former Defence Minister
Here's how Parrikar spent his two years at the ministry amidst bouquets and brickbats.
India is among the world's top five defence spenders with its military budget at USD 50.7 billion, overtaking Saudi Arabia and Russia, according to a new report released on Monday.
The new blacklisting policy will ensure that while companies are dealt with harshly, it will not affect the modernisation process
The budget focuses on hype, does not make a coherent policy statement that would spur investment, business confidence, and growth. Bottom line: It does not sizzle; it fizzles