India’s Nuclear Missile Tracking Ship

According to news in the media, India’s secretive missile tracking / ‘specialized’ ocean surveillance ship ‘VC11184’ (yet to be commissioned) is undergoing harbour trials and is likely to be delivered to the Navy by December. The ship, part of the elaborate missile shield being planned…

As India turns 71, what is the rising global power’s vision for the world?

India’s principle endeavor in the coming decades must be to put in place a new framework for its own security, growth and development, and that of developing countries around the world. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Author: Samir Saran || World Economic Forum

India’s Missile Defenses Can Now Take On Decoys That’s a Really Big Deal

India’s efforts to build a homegrown ballistic missile defense system achieved a major success. On August 2nd, India tested its Advanced Area Defence (AAD)/Ashvin Advanced Defense interceptor missile against decoy targets for the first time. “One target among simultaneously incoming multiple targets was selected on…

Agni-V set to be inducted by December after one more Test

Agni-V, India’s long-range ballistic missile with a range of 5,000-5,500km will undergo one more pre-induction test, perhaps as soon as October, and be inducted into the country’s strategic arsenal shortly after, before the end of the year, senior defence ministry officials said on condition of…

KNOW ABOUT THE SAGARIKA K 15 B 05 SLBM WHICH DRDO IS TO TEST SOON

The INS Arihant is India’s lone nuclear submarine which is equipped with the Pakistan specific Sagarika (Oceanic) Submarine Launched Strategic Missile (SLBM), also known by the code names K-15 or B-05, having a range of 750 km. A “strategic missile” is military euphemism for nuclear…

India The Next Big Aircraft Carrier Power With LCA Tejas

India’s aircraft carrier ambitions just passed a major milestone. On August 2, India’s domestically built Tejas Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) conducted an arrested landing for the very first time. The naval variant of the LCA is India’s first indigenous carrier-based aircraft. The Teja didn’t land…

Are India’s US-Made Sub-Hunting Planes Not Meeting the Indian Navy’s Operational Requirements?

Are India’s US-Made Sub-Hunting Planes Not Meeting the Indian Navy’s Operational Requirements? NEW DELHI: After the central auditor tore into a $ 2.2-billion deal signed by the UPA to procure P-8I maritime reconnaissance aircraft by hinting at favoritism, the defence ministry is dusting through the…

U.S. Sanctions Threaten India’s Importation of Iranian Oil – YouTube

This video shows you that U.S. Sanctions Threaten India’s Importation of Iranian Oil Support Us: Buy Smartphone: https://amzn.to/2NZG9hK OnePlus 6: https://amzn.to/2OtbHhf Honor 7x: https://amzn.to/2Kg98f1 When the United States pulled out of the Iran nuclear deal in May, it told countries trading with Iran that they…

Does India Really Need a Stealth Fighter Like AMCA

On July 30, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced “India’s status as a Major Defense Partner will allow it to receive more U.S. high technology and military items without individual export licenses. India will be moved into Tier 1 of the Department of Commerce’s Strategic…

IAF to ‘assume ownership’ of Indigenous LCA Programme & HAL Chairman Flies Tejas PV5

India’s federal government has finalised plans for the Indian Air Force (IAF) to assume ‘direct ownership’ of the long-delayed indigenous Tejas Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) programme in a bid to ensure speedier platform deliveries and restrict further cost and time overruns. Official sources told Jane’s…