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  • Rs 4 lakh cr worth def procurement cleared by Govt in 3 yrs:-A whopping Rs four lakh crore worth of military procurement involving 136 proposals has been cleared by the Indian Government in the last three years as part of efforts to modernise the country's armed forces....
  • Indian Navy inducts surveillance ship:-The Navy's latest surveillance ship, INLCU L51, has been commissioned and it will be part of the fleet deployed to check poaching, illegal fishing, drug trafficking and other unlawful activities in the Indian Ocean region....
  • LAAD 2017:-LAAD Defence & Security 2017 will take place from April 4 to 7 at the Riocentro in Rio de Janeiro....
  • Rs 4 lakh cr worth def procurement cleared by Govt in 3 yrs

    A whopping Rs four lakh crore worth of military procurement involving 136 proposals has been cleared by the Indian Government in the last three years as part of efforts to modernise the country's armed forces.

  • Indian Navy gets three naval systems from DRDO

    The naval systems developed by DRDO and given to Indian Navy are the USHUS-II submarine sonar, directing gear for hull-mounted sonar array, and inertial navigation system for ship applications.

  • Indian Navy's iconic Tupolev aircraft to be decommissioned

    The Navy's iconic Tupolev-142M anti-submarine warfare aircraft will be decommissioned on March 29 after serving as a mainstay in guarding the Indian Ocean region for almost three decades.

  • HAL finalises major plan to speed up aircraft production

    State-run aerospace behemoth Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) has finalised a major plan to manufacture nearly 1,000 military helicopters and over a hundred planes, in tune with the government's focus on speeding up defence indigenisation.

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