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Indian Navy's Sea Hawk P-8I Poseidon Protects The Nation

In recent months, there’s been an increase in the Chinese navy’s forays into the Indian Ocean Region (IOR). The Indian Navy (IN) has regularly deployed its advanced long-range maritime patrol aircraft, the US-made Boeing P-8I Poseidon, to track their movement. The IN has eight P-8I planes, capable of mounting anti-submarine …

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Sweden Offers To Produce And Export Gripen Fighters From India

New Delhi: Reiterating Sweden’s commitment to partner with India, Swedish Defence Secretary Jan Salestrand on Tuesday hinted that Sweden may offer to export its state-of-the-art Gripen fighter to the world from India. In an exclusive interview with Times Now, Salestrand said that in case of a strategic cooperation with India …

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Aerospace Industry Eyes Biz Worth Rs 12,500 cr

HAL’s Light Utility Helicopter demonstration flight Aero India 2017 According to HAL estimates, the manufacturing of 187 LUHs will generate business worth Rs 7,500 crore for the aerospace industry On Tuesday, Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) offered the aerospace vendors that feed its aircraft assembly lines a tantalising glimpse of major …

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Indian Defence To Use Nanotechnology, Ties Up With Wtartup

Indian defence to use nanotechnology, ties up with startup Log 9 Nanotechnology, a nascent but one of the fastest growing areas of science and industry, will soon see its first commercial application for Indian defence forces. Bangalore-based Log 9 Materials will collaborate with the defence to help it build various …

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The Story of India's Submarine Based Nuclear Reactor

In 2016, India became the first country outside the leading five — US, Russia, France, UK and China — to announce a nuclear-powered submarine by S Ananthanarayanan In a book that is just on the stands, A K Anand, former director, Reactor Projects Group of India’s Department of Atomic Energy, …

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