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India is preparing for the next generation of warfare by building indigenous capacities for unmanned platforms, including drones
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.
Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba inaugurates virtual reality centre to boost indigenous warship design
A new, state-of-the-art Virtual Reality Centre (VRC) was Friday inaugurated by Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba here that would provide a "major boost" to indigenous warship design capabilities of the Navy
Mohan Bhagwat's idea of combat is primal: Modern warfare is about technology, not bloodshed and martyrs
The next modern war between two major nations will be as different from the Iraq war of 2003 as the Iraq war was from the Battle of Plassey in 1757.
US wants to deepen defence relationship, expand bilateral trade with India, says top American diplomat
The US wants to deepen military relationship and expand bilateral trade with New Delhi which will ease the sale of the F-16 and F-18 jets to India
The US will help the Indian armed forces to obtain the resources and technology they need to support security in the region, US Vice-President Mike Pence has said.
The US is interested in providing India with the kind of defence technology it normally reserves for its closest allies, the White House has said.
The Draft Bill has lengthy elaboration about the top functionaries of INDU but no elaboration whatsoever on the three proposed Schools – National Security Studies, Defence Management and Defence Technology.
India will be the only country outside US' formal treaty allies that will gain access to almost 99 percent of latest America's defence technologies after being recognised as a 'Major Defence Partner', a senior Obama administration official has said.
US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta promised on Wednesday to let India buy America's best weapons technology and jointly produce and develop equipment in a bid to increase trade with the world's top arms importer.