IAF will induct women as Fighter Aircraft Pilots, says Air Chief | Indian Air Force Marks 83rd Anniversary with Pride | INS Astradharini joins the Indian Navy | Rafale Contract by end 2015, says Air Chief Arup Raha | A US Air Force C 130J crashed in Afghanistan killiing six service personnel and five civilians | The plane went down shortly after takeoff from Jalalabad airport within its periphery | Indian Navy Commissions INS Kochi Sep 30 | NASA confirms flowing water on Mars | NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has found liquid, salty water on Martian surface | Significantly, first indications of water there were given by India's Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) | US supports India's candidature for UNSC seat | Prime Minister Modi thanked President Obama for supporting India's candidature | India signs deal with Boeing for 22 Apache and 15 Chinook Helicopters | A separate deal with US Government for onboard sensors and weapons also signed Sep 28 | India urges UN to define terrorism immediately | UN must ensure collective action, says Prime Minister Modi | There cannot be any good terrorism, he said while addressing a large gathering in San Jose | Air India will start thrice weekly service between New Delhi and San Francisco | The flight, announced by Modi, will start operation Dec 2 | India Launches Astrosat, its first Space Observatory | It will observe the universe through sophisticated electro-optics, UV and X Ray sensors | Astrosat weighs 1513 kg, and should have a life of 5 years | So far, US, Russia, Japan and Europe have space observatories | Astrosat, and 6 other satellites, fired into space by India's time-tested PSLV rocket | IAF to test-fly supersonic BrahMos cruise missile from October | IAF's Su 30s will carry single missiles, each weighing 2400 kg | Aircraft can launch missiles from 1000 ft to 45000 ft, extending range from heights | Army and Navy BrahMos weigh 3000 kg in standard configuration |
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MoD UPDATES Indian Vendors to Benefit from ERV Clause in Future Defence Contracts At a time when the air is abuzz with the talk of a new defence procurement...
MoD’s Agenda for the future A joke doing the rounds these days is that, be it a marriage or a new Government...
India’s Defence Budget 2015-16 New Delhi. At Rs 2,46,727 crore* ($39.80 billion), the defence budget for 2015-16 cannot be viewed as...
Ministry of Defence On Fast Track New Delhi. Presenting the first budget of the newly elected NDA government on July 10 last year...
The New 'Make in India' Policy New Delhi. The present government’s focus on making India a manufacturing hub has....
Higher FDI for Defence New Delhi. It had taken three years for the previous government to amend...
India's Defence Budget The defense budget for 2014-2015 has raised enormous curiosity regarding...
India's Budget 2014-15: Takeaway for Defence Presenting his maiden budget Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, who also holds the defence portfolio, increased...
Rationalizing Industrial License Regime for Defence Industry New Delhi. Exactly a month after the new government, riding on the ‘minimum government, maximum...
A Comprehensive FDI Policy for DefenceNew Delhi. In his address to the joint session of the parliament on 9th June 2014...
Arun Jaitley takes charge as India’s Defence Minister New Delhi. Distinguished lawyer and veteran politician Arun Jaitley took charge as India’s new Defence...
Offsets: Evolution and Legal Challenges Affecting its SuccessNew Delhi. The Indian Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP) has been under evolution since its first iteration in 2005 and can be best witnessed through the evolution of offsets...
Ministry of Defence: Future ProjectionsThe past couple of years have been trying times for the Ministry of Defence (MoD). From the age row involving one serving chief to the resignation of another...
Interim Defence Budget 2014-15 At `2,24,000 crore (approximately $37.333 billion, assuming exchange rate of `60 to a US dollar), the interim defence budget...
India’s Interim Defence Budget 2014-15 New Delhi. On February 17, 2014, the Finance Minister while presenting the Interim Union Budget 2014-15...
Blacklisting Policy leading MoD into Blind Alleys Three inter-linked developments in the last as many months have demonstrated yet again that MoD’s policy, such as it...
Debarment of Sellers – a Multi-dimensional Dilemma TThe strategy of the Indian Ministry of Defence (MOD) to deal with corruption in defence deals is built around the pre-contract integrity pact (PCIP).
Defence Procurement Procedure 2013 – will it resuscitate defence industry in India? New Delhi. The Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP) 2013 was released by the Ministry of Defence (MoD on June 01, 2013.
India Approves Major Changes in Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP) to Encourage Indigenous Industry New Delhi. The government has amended the Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP) to improve efficiency in the procurement...
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India’s First Nuclear Attack Submarine Arihant begins Sea Trials

New Delhi. India’s first nuclear attack submarine Arihant began Sea Trials on December 15th with naval personnel and defence scientists onboard showing both caution and confidence. +full story
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Foreign Affairs»

US-India Strategic Relations

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is effusive and enthusiastic, and naturally demonstrative to suggest that India wants good relations with foreign countries strategically and investments from them to build the manufacturing..... +full story

Modi’s leap of vision: Is India ready for a larger role?

New Delhi. At a recent international conference organised by the Assilah Forum Foundation in the eponymous picture postcard-pretty town in northern Morocco, speakers highlighted the importance of India as a key player in .... +full story

Indo-Pak Relations

If past 68 years are any indication of the direction towards which India-Pakistan relationship is heading, it would be safe to predict that it would continue to remain fragmented with both sides blaming each other for.... +full story

Mohamed bin Zayed, Modi hold talks over bilateral ties, latest regional and international developments

His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, and India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, have held talks about ways to enhance.... +full story

India-UAE Joint Statement

Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi visited the United Arab Emirates from 16-17 August 2015 at the invitation of His Highness Crown Prince Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan.... +full story

Iran deal has far-reaching potential to remake international relations

New York. The Vienna agreement between Iran and the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) acting in concert with Germany has the potential to remake international relations beyond the... +full story

Pakistan is the Epicentre of Fundamentalist Terrorism

On June 22, 2015, the Afghan Parliament was attacked by Jihadi extremists while it was in session. According to Haseeb Sediqi, a spokesman for the National Directorate of Security, Afghanistan’s intelligence agency... +full story

BRICS and SCO Summits

New Delhi. This is not the first time that BRICS and SCO summits have taken place together; in 2009 also they were held one after the other at Yekaterinburg in Russia. .... +full story

Former Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al Faisal dead

Dubai. Saudi Arabia’s legendary diplomat, Prince Saud Al Faisal, died on July 9 in a US hospital. He was 75, and suffering from multiple medical problems including the Parkinson's disease. He was laid to rest in the holy city of Mecca on July 11... +full story

Indian peacekeepers facing greater risks in South Sudan

United Nations. Escalating tensions in South Sudan are bringing the civil war to the doorstep of Indian peacekeepers, putting them at increased risk while the UN is unable to broker a peace between the young nation's... +full story

Gwadar – China’s Pivot in the Indian Ocean?

Singapore. The sea is a dangerous place, getting miniaturized due to the ever-growing number of naval and merchant vessels, factors that mandate internationally cooperative efforts to maintain the peace and stability of... +full story

India and US sign 2015 Defence Framework Agreement for 10 years

New Delhi. During the Narendra Modi-Barack Obama Summit on January 25, 2015, India and the United States had agreed to renew the 10-year Defence Framework Agreement that had been signed in June 2005. The renewed... +full story

Text of Indo-US Defense Framework Agreement 2015

1. Defence and security cooperation is a key component of the bilateral relationship between India and the United States, and has evolved to become a vital pillar of engagement between the two countries... +full story

China Challenges Unipolar World

New Delhi. China has been issuing Defence White Papers biennially since 1998. The ninth White Paper of 2014 titled ‘China's Military Strategy’ was released recently in May 2015. This essay seeks to analyse the salient aspects... +full story

India unveils virtual memorial wall for fallen UN peacekeeping heroes

United Nations. India has launched a virtual memorial wall to honour the UN peacekeeping heroes who died in service as the first step towards building a permanent monument at the UN headquarters... +full story

Gulf: Oil, Arms and Military Capabilities

Abu Dhabi. I have had the privilege of being in Abu Dhabi when the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and its five Arab neighbours on the western side of the strategic Gulf set up their economic and security cooperation grouping... +full story

Operation Decisive Storm will Restore Security and stability in Yemen, GCC, says Abdullah bin Zayed

Abu Dhabi. UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah says that external links of Houhi militias in Yemen posed a threat not only to Yemen itself but also to the Gulf states, and that the ongoing military Operation Decisive Storm will... +full story

France, India and 21st Century Challenges

Paris. The arrival of the Indian Prime Minister has come at an interesting juncture in history. History is on the move with significant upheaval in the geopolitical landscape, ranging from Putin’s mapmaking, Chinese pushing... +full story

DP World signs MoU with Maldives government

Dubai. DP World has signed a Memorandum of Understanding MoU) with the Maldives government for developing the archipelago’s ports and logistics industry, reports Emirates News Agency WAM... +full story

Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore’s founding father and first Prime Minister, Dies at 91

Singapore. Mr Lee Kuan Yew, who transformed this tiny island from a swamp to the world’s most modern city state within a generation, died March 23. He was 91... +full story

US to Deploy 6 Aircraft Carriers and 200 Ships in Asia-Pacific

New Delhi. The United States is steadily building its naval forces in the Indian and Pacific Oceans to ensure that over the next five years, about 60 percent of them are deployed in the critical Asia-Pacific region... +full story

US Clears Unarmed Predator XP for India

New Delhi. U S President Barack Obama was treated to unprecedented warmth by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit here as the Chief Guest on India’s Republic Day parade January 26... +full story

Hagel Welcomes New Defense Cooperation with India

Washington. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel has welcomed the new Defense Cooperation agreement with India as "a milestone in the US-India Strategic Partnership." ...+full story

Joint Statement during the visit of President of USA to India– ''Shared Effort; Progress for All''

The President of the United States of America, Barack Obama, accompanied by First Lady Michelle Obama, is visiting India from 25-27 January 2015. The President of India and the Prime Minister of India welcomed...+full story

US-India Joint Strategic Vision for the Asia-Pacific and Indian Ocean Region

As the leaders of the world’s two largest democracies that bridge the Asia-Pacific and Indian Ocean region and reflecting our agreement that a closer partnership between the United States and India is indispensable to ....... +full story

Prime Minister's Media Statement during Joint Press Interaction with President of United States of America

Mr. President and members of the media, It is a great pleasure and privilege to welcome back President Obama and the First Lady in India....... +full story
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India, Germany sign MoU on Security Cooperation

New Delhi. India and Germany have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Security Cooperation, here October 5. ......... +full story

Government bans NSCN (K) for 5 years

New Delhi. The Government has decided to declare NSCN (K) as an unlawful organisation for a period of five years under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967. ......... +full story

BRO must incorporate latest tech to construct roads, bridges, says Parrikar

New Delhi. Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has emphasized the need to incorporate the latest technologies in solving the challenges and enhancing the pace of construction of roads, bridges and tunnels in the inaccessible and far-flung border areas, which is a major problem faced by Border Roads Organisation (BRO). ......... +full story

DG Pak Rangers calls on Home Minister

New Delhi. A delegation led by the Director General, Pakistan Rangers, Maj Gen Umar Farooq Burki called on Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh in New Delhi September 11......... +full story

SMART Policing for Smart Cities in Modern India

New Delhi. When Prime Minister Narendra Modi brought forth the concept of SMART policing (the acronym stands for sensitive, modern, mobile, alert, accountable, reliable, responsive, techno-savvy and trained), very few had thought that it would be a concept which would give a major fillip to his pet project of smart cities and that too would be a step in galvanising India’s growth in the era. Smart cities will have their own security risks to combat and SMART policing has to be their friend indeed........ +full story

Government mulls integrated NDRF Academy

New Delhi. In order to meet the growing need for providing specialised training to National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) personnel in a dedicated manner and ensure the synergy of providing training to them along with Fire Service and Civil Defence, the Government has decided to create an integrated NDRF Academy at Nagpur by merging National Fire Service College and National Civil Defence College, Nagpur while strengthening the existing infrastructure, Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju informed Rajya Sabha August 12....... +full story

Government of India signs peace accord with NSCN (IM)

New Delhi. The Government of India and the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN) successfully concluded the dialogue on Naga political issue, which has existed for six decades, and signed an agreement in presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi August 3.....+full story

Civil Defence marks 68th Raising Day

New Delhi. The Directorate of Civil Defence Celebrated its 68th Raising Day on 6th December 2014 by calling on its staff, volunteers and citizens to come forward and play a larger role in calamities – natural or man-made, as the ....+full story

Combating Maoist insurgency in India

New Delhi. In the last few years of the UPA II rule, the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had spoken about the Maoist violence as “The biggest threat to the Internal Security of India”....+full story

Indian Police Service officer trainees of 2013 batch call on the President

New Delhi. Officer Trainees of the 2013 Batch of Indian Police Service (IPS) including 28 lady officers and 15 Officers from Bhutan, Nepal and Maldives undergoing training along with them called on the President...+full story

CISF: Guarding India’s Vital Installations and More!

New Delhi. The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) is performing the onerous task of providing security cover to sensitive nuclear installations, airports, seaports, important research centres including space research centres, power plants...+full story

Former IB Director Ajit Doval is new NSA

New Delhi. Former Director Intelligence Bureau (DIB) Ajit Doval has been appointed National Security Advisor (NSA) to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.+full story

A Non-Invasive Scanner for Airports

Hyderabad. Scared of invasive X-ray scanners at airports? +full story

UAE to invest US$10 billion in 10 years in homeland security : US study

Abu Dhabi. The UAE is set to double its spending on homeland security from US$5.5 billion to more than US$10 billion in the next 10 years, according to a US study on security and safety resources. +full story

Cyber: The new theatre for personal, gang and state wars

With increasing dependence on cyber space and the internet, our vulnerability to aggressors – whether it is terrorists, criminals or hostile countries, is also increasing. +full story
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Unmanned Systems

Elbit Systems awarded $78 m contract to provide UAS-based Systems

Haifa, Israel. Elbit Systems Ltd (“Elbit Systems”) announced on September 6 that it was awarded a contract from a European country to supply an Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS)-based cutting-edge intelligence solution. Valued at approximately $78 million, the contract will be performed over a two-year period by Elbit Systems’ ISTAR Division, established several months ago, as a result of combining Elbit Systems’ Electro-optics –Elop and UAS Divisions.

Lockheed Martin technology helps Pilots, UAS Operators stay safe

Rockville, Maryland. To help provide shared situational awareness between pilots and Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) operators, Lockheed Martin has deployed the first components of a UAS Traffic Management (UTM) system that is available to the UAS community now. It is essential for safety that UAS operators and pilots are aware of each other when UAS take to the skies.

Unmanned Aerial Systems: The Game Changer

CLAWS, the Indian Army's think tank, has just published a new book on Pakistan's tactical nuclear weapons. Jointly edited by Brig (Retd) Gurmeet Kanwal amd Monika Chansoria, Pakistan's Tactical Nuclear Weapons has chapters on various facets of TNWs written by eminent nuclear analysts.

What India can Aspire for in Unmanned Systems and Cyber Warfare

The current approach to the US national security relies on technological superiority over the adversaries and not on overwhelming numbers of weaponry, as was the case during WW II

Unmanned Aerial Systems and Robots

By Major General (Retd) PK Chakravorty
As the title suggests, this is a timely presentation of what is perhaps the foremost issue in the Asia-Pacific region.

Indian Navy’s Quest to employ and equip its warships with UAVs

THE PRINCIPLES of war do not vary, but advances in technology bring about changes in warfare and employment of weapons and systems.+More Stories


Counter Terrorism and Global Learning

Terrorism is a global phenomenon, and developed and developing countries around the world have equally felt the scourge of terrorist attacks.+More Stories
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Ship Building and India's Offset Policy

Introduction: Post Kelkar Committee Recommendations, the Ministry of Defence introduced the Offset provisions in its DPP 2005 to leverage its big ticket arms acquisition to bring in FDI, Joint Venture arrangements and counter trade arrangements to boost India's indigenous defence industry capability.+More Stories

The Elusive CDS

There seems to be a renewed vigour in the discussion circles not only in and around Delhi but, the cognoscenti all over the country. For the uninitiated, the uproar is about OROP (One Rank One Pension) a very touchy subject for many. I would like to submit that there are a few who are thinking beyond OROP on ‘Enterprises of great pith and moment’. One such issue being addressed is important yet not in the public eye – the issue of the ‘Elusive’ CDS (Chief of Defence Staff).

Will Modi reform India’s higher defence management?

Former Indian Navy chief, Admiral D.K. Joshi, who had resigned in February this year after a number of accidents on naval platforms, has dwelt on the background to his unprecedented decision in an extended media interview and in the process shed much needed light on the deeply embedded institutional flaws that plague India’s higher defence management.

From Xi to Obama: Challenges for Modi

New Delhi. From the just-concluded visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping to Delhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will soon embark for the USA where, apart from his maiden address to the UN General Assembly, the focus will be on his first meeting with US President Barack Obama.

The IN Sindhurakshak tragedy: Has India learnt any lessons?

‘...I feel personally responsible for each and every one of you, as if you were my own sons and daughters. And so my only prayer is that you serve with honour and return home safely.’

The Nuclear Debate and No First Use

Nuclear weapons have never been used except in an exceptional situation. In fact the only time nuclear weapons have been used was almost at the end of Second World War when the US devastated the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki by nuclear strikes in order to bring an early end to the war.

Ethos of the Indian Army

An Institution is like a freshly planted sapling which has to be painstakingly cared for and nurtured before it grows into a fruit bearing tree. Its ethos is the culture and a set of values based on which it grows.

India, China strategic cooperation must for changing world

New Delhi. It is self-defeating and futile to put China always in a framework of a foe. If we want China to change for India, we too must change our perspective and de-Americanise our outlook regarding the largest neighbour, often seen as the biggest challenge too.

Indian University Students Participate in C-130J Super Hercules Competition

New Delhi. Teams from five leading Indian universities recently presented design concepts supporting the disaster relief operations here as part of the Lockheed Martin C-130J Super Hercules Roll-On/Roll-Off University Design Challenge.

Air Chief inaugurates state of the art BrahMos Technical Position facility

New Delhi. Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha inaugurated the state-of-the-art BrahMos Technical Position facility at the BrahMos headquarters here on Dec 9, marking induction of the land-based version of the missile.

Tobacco as Aviation Fuel!

MARBLE HALL, South Africa, Boeing and South African Airways (SAA) have announced that South African farmers will soon harvest their first crop of energy-rich tobacco plants.

Indian scientists test 1000-kg Indigenous Guided Glide Bomb

New Delhi. A 1000-kg glide bomb designed and developed by Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) was successfully tested Dec 18 in the Bay of Bengal off the Orissa coast.

EGTS International and China Aviation Energy & Emissions Solutions Collaborate

Phoenix. Honeywell and Safran have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with China Aviation Energy & Emission Solutions to evaluate the benefits of the EGTS electric taxiing system for Chinese airlines.

DRDO Tests Wheeled UAV Panchi on Maiden Flight

New Delhi. India's Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) claimed another success December 24 when its wheeled UAV 'Panchi' conducted a successful test flight.

Naval Aircraft Yard Marks Another Milestone

Kochi. The Naval Aircraft Yard (Kochi), one of the premier industrial establishments of the Indian Navy at Naval Base here, has added another feather to its cap by rolling out of the 50th Pegasus engine, post overhaul on 22 Dec 14.

General Atomics Awarded Initial Contract for Launch & Recovery Systems for Future John F. Kennedy Aircraft Carrier

San Diego, Calif. U.S. Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) has awarded General Atomics (GA) an initial sole-source contract for Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System (EMALS) and Advanced Arresting Gear (AAG) for the CVN 79 aircraft carrier to be named John F. Kennedy.

Rockwell Collins offers modular future-proof Satcom capability

CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA. As SATCOM technology continues to evolve rapidly, the Rockwell Collins family of mobile CommuniCase SATCOM terminals minimises the risk of technological obsolescence with a flexible modular design.

Technology Perspective and Capability Roadmap 2013

The Technology Perspective and Capability Roadmap (TPCR) released by the Ministry of Defence (MoD) and posted on its website late last month provides a glimpse of the technologies and capabilities that the armed forces would be looking for in the near future.

India's regional aspirations

New Delhi. The fact that India is a rapidly growing global power has been repeatedly talked about in various forums for the last 7-8 years.

ITBP may get air wing to better guard China border

New Delhi. The paramilitary Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), which guards the border with China , may get an air wing to better patrol the frontier, its director general said Oct 25.
Siachen: Glacial Hopes

Defence Minister Parrikar Visits Siachen

New Delhi. Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar visited the Siachen Glacier May 22.

Prime Minister at Siachen

The Prime Minister paid a surprise visit to Siachen on Oct 23 and made it memorable for the officers and men of the Army and Air Force by interacting with them warmly.

Modi visit to Siachen: Will it be followed up by action?

New Delhi. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a surprise visit to the Siachen Glacier on the festive occasion of Diwali (Oct 23 ) to spend time with the Indian military units that are deployed at altitudes of 22,000 feet in what is often described as the highest battlefield in the world.

Finding a Solution to Siachen

More than a week after the terrible avalanche at Gayari (in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir) buried nearly 110 Pakistan Army soldiers and another 70-odd civilians, there is no sign of recovery in spite of Pakistan using every possible effort and even heavy machinery to shift the thousands of tonnes of snow that has settled above the unfortunate victims of nature’s anger. Any and every human being who can visualise the tragedy cannot remain unaffected.

Demilitarisation of Siachen

Last fortnight when Gen Kayani, the Pakistan Army chief made the statement that Pakistan was ready for demilitarisation of Siachen, peaceniks from both sides enthusiastically took up the refrain, looking at it as an opportunity to settle a major bone of contention, reduce tension and improve relations between the two countries. Shortly after, Gen Kayani again talked about resolving the Siachen issue and blamed India for hardening its stand.
Talking Points

Recognizing Taliban a mistake, says Gen Musharraf

Karachi. Former Pakistan President and Army Chief Gen Parvez Musharraf has described Pakistan’s recognition of Taliban rule in Afghanistan a mistake.
Seminars and Air Shows

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