DEFENCE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION
View: Why Sitharaman's budgetary allocation is unlikely to satisfy defence establishment
Under Sitharaman’s leadership as defence minister before becoming FM, the armed forces had projected a combined shortfall of nearly Rs 1,12,000 crore.
DRDO successfully test-fires new air to air missile 'Astra'
Defence Research & Development Organization (DRDO) successfully test fired the As...
India needs to address its protocols and processes on protecting US defence technology: Official
“So the Indians, while very interested - in ...
Lockheed Martin appoints William Blair as chief executive for India operations
In this role, William Blair will lead the growth and development of the company’s business in India and serve as the executive representative for all the programmes, products and services in the country. He will report to Timothy Cahill, senior vice-president for Lockheed Martin International, and assumes the role from Philip Shaw.
Time to stop chasing the highest yielding bond fund: Dhirendra Kumar
First-time investor coming into the market they are extremely reluctant to take on losses. So, the moment they are able to break-even, they get out. That is a psychological thing. It looks like an extraordinary thing to have happened but it is normal behaviour. After a prolonged struggle, once the investors break even, they pull out and that happened here.
Defence Ministry issues Rs 2000 crore tender for critical heavyweight torpedoes for submarines
"The tender for acquiring around 100 heavyweight torpedoes for the submarines for the Indian Navy was issued 10 days ago by the Defence Ministry," Defence Ministry sources told ANI.
Report on measures to counter rogue drone attacks will be submitted to government soon: BCAS chief
There is a need for technology which is such that it can prevent rogue usage of drones in the country, the director general of the BCAS said.
DRDO carries out three successful Nag missile tests in one day in Pokhran
Government sources said the missile is in the final stages of being inducted into the Army which will use it by mounting them on the modified armoured vehicles.
Watch: DRDO successfully carries out test of NAG missiles in Pokhran
NAG, the DRDO’s indigenously developed the 3rd Generation Anti-Tank Guided Missile (ATGM). It has successfully undergone a series of summer ...
ITU to debate telcos' usage of 5G band
ISRO has backed a proposal from the telecom department to slash transmission capability of mobile base stations operating in the 26 GHz spectrum band. ISRO wants zero interference from 5G mobile networks using the same airwaves in future.
Home Ministry tells BSF to adopt anti-drone technology
The BSF is considering the matter and specifically working on "detection, identification and interdiction" of the drones which were used from across the border to drop weapons reportedly meant for terrorist activities in Punjab and also in Jammu and Kashmir.
CMFRI teams up with ISRO to collect wetland data in the country
The mobile app is aimed at generating a centralised digital database of the smaller wetlands (2.2 ha) across the country.
Nuclear-capable missile Prithvi II successfully test-fired
Prithvi-II was also successfully test-fired at night on February 21, 2018 from the ITR at Chandipur.
Defence Minister reviews working of DRDO, asks it to focus on flagship programmes
Officials said Singh appreciated the commitment and dedication of DRDO scientists and directed them to focus on flagship programmes of national importance.
DRDO successfully test fires new version of Akash air defence missile
This is a new version of the missile fitted with an indigenous seeker.
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