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Thales, Bharat Dynamics Get Into Technology Transfer Agreement

The STARStreak missile is in service in the UK Army and has been procured by the defence forces of a number of countries worldwide

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Government Clears Plans To Step Up Production Of Tejas

The single-engine plane remains dogged by production delays at state-run Hindustan Aeronautics and only three have so far entered the air force

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India Navy Spurns Homemade Warplane, Latest Blow To Push For Self-Reliance

The navy last month invited manufacturers to pitch for 57 planes for its aircraft carriers, a multi-billion dollar order the government had hoped would go to the state-run producers of India's Tejas

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Saab Offers To Set Up Advanced Jet Production Hub In India

Saab is also looking at supplying the Indian Navy a naval version of Gripen with advanced features and capability to take off from aircraft carriers

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Boeing Eyes More Indian Orders With New Business Unit

The new legal entity, announced this week, is the fourth separate country-specific business Boeing has established after setting up similar structures in Britain, Australia and Saudi Arabia

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Defence Budget Up Over 6.2% At Rs 2.74 Lakh Crore In 2017-18

The overall defence budget on Wednesday saw an increase of a marginal 6.2 per cent for the next fiscal at Rs 2.74 lakh crore from the current Rs 2.58 lakh crore, with the capital outlay to cover the modernisation programmes getting a hike of 10.05 per cent

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Cluster Protection For Defence Can Help All Manufacturers: Parrikar

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has a Q&A with defence industrialists at the Indian Defence and Aerospace Summit

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International Giants Support 'Make Ín India' Policy In Defence

'Make in India' policy's success lies in integrating operations and maintenance into the Indian system and not treat the foreign players as 'them and us'

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Defence Sector: Facilitate Participation Of Private Sector And Foreign OEMs

The government has recently indicated that it aims to reduce the defence budget by 50% over the next decade by laying emphasis on indigenous manufacturing in the defence sector

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India's Most Potent Missile Agni 5 Successfully Tested

The successful test-firing will pave the way for user trial of the most potent Indian missile and its eventual induction into the strategic forces command

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Army, IAF Fleet Of Light Utility Choppers Grounded For Safety Check

More than 280 helicopters have been grounded and they will again start flying one by one after Hindustan Aeronautics Limited carry out safety checks

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BAE Systems Says India, US Clear M777 Artillery Gun Deal

India's defence procurement agency agreed a proposal to buy 145 of the artillery guns in June in a deal worth an estimated $750 million

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India To Buy Rescue Aircraft From Japan For $1.6 Billion

The deal will be included in a memorandum of understanding to be signed during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Japan from Thursday to Saturday, the Nikkei said

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