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  • IRNSS-1D satellite launch deferred due to anomaly

    The launch of India's fourth Navigation Satellite, IRNSS-1D, scheduled for March 9 from Sriharikota, has been deferred after an anomaly was found in one of the telemetry transmitters of the spacecraft, ISRO has said.

  • MOM views Mars "albedo"; will help study its surface properties

    India's Mars Orbiter Mission payload has viewed the "albedo" of Mars - the fraction of solar energy reflected from planetary surface back into space - that will be useful to study it surface properties.

  • US voices concern over China's 'dramatic' tactics in S. China Sea

    Expressing concern over China's "provocative" and "dramatic" tactics in the South China Sea, a senior Pentagon official visiting India has said that the American Navy will shift 60 per cent of its maritime assets to the Pacific by 2020.

  • Light Combat Helicopter completes cold weather trials

    The cold weather trials of Light Combat Helicopter (LCH) have been successfully completed at Air Force Station in Leh recently, state-run Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd has said.

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Make-In-India set to pave way for mergers, acquisitions in Defence Sector

Make-In-India set to pave way for mergers, acquisitions in Defence Sector The audacious Make-In-India programme, launched by the new Government at the centre, has unfolded a plethora of new opportunities, equations and new ways to make India self-reliant in the coming decade. The Defence sector, which has been listed as one of major areas urgently needing indigenisation, appears to have braced up for consolidation through new mergers and acquisitions.

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