DEFENCE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION
India successfully test-fires nuclear-capable K-4 ballistic missile off AP coast
India is expected to carry out more tests of the missile before it is ready for being equipped on the nuclear submarines. At the moment, only the first nuclear boat INS Arihant is operational for the Navy. K-4 is one of the two underwater missiles that are being developed by India for its submarine force. The other one is the over 700-kilometre strike range BO-5.
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LCA MK1 achieves milestone by undertaking maiden ski-jump take-off from INS Vikramaditya
The ski-jump is the upwardly curved ramp on the deck of aircraft carriers designed to provide sufficient take-off lift for fighter jets. "The naval version of Tejas achieved another important milestone today by successfully undertaking the maiden ski-jump take-off from INS Vikramaditya," a Navy Spokesperson said.
Chief of Defence Staff may have joint secretary (Army) reporting to him
Even though the government has amended its rules of business to define specific responsibilities of the Defence Secretary and CDS, there is considerable discussion within the ministry on the level of seniority of bureaucrats who will report to CDS, General Bipin Rawat.
IAF to add clause on local engines for Advanced Multirole Combat fighters
Plans to develop the indigenous Kaveri fighter jet engine as part of the Rafale offsets deal have not taken off.
PM Modi to address 107th session of Indian Science Congress
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the 107th session of Indian Science Congress in Bangalore on Friday. Earlier yesterday, he launched five Young Scientists Laboratories of Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO).
Artificial Intelligence research hub to come up in Hyderabad
Under another MoU, the NVIDIA will partner with the state government to setup a High Performance AI Computing (HPAIC) Centre. They will also assist in startup incubation, and host AI training sessions to support women and minority groups, officials said.
DRDO to set up five new labs to prepare Indian armed forces for future high-tech warfare
The specialised areas of work for these laboratories are artificial intelligence, quantum technologies, cognitive technologies, asymmetric technologies and smart materials.
Work going on in full swing in Jammu & Kashmir to complete world's highest railway bridge
The Udhampur “Srinagar-Baramulla Rail Link Project, which is the most challenging railway infrastructure project being undertaken post-independence, has missed several deadlines amid huge cost escalations since 1997, when the then Prime Minister H D Deve Gowda laid its foundation at Udhampur.
DRDO empowered India in 2019 to neutralise live satellite
DRDO flight-tested Beyond Visual Range Air-to-Air Missile (BVRAAM) Astra from Su-30 MKI platform off the coast of Chandipur in Odisha from September 16 to 19. The five trials conducted during this period, tested missiles in different configurations. Three missiles were launched in combat configuration with warheads. The tests were successful.
Russia indicates strategic partnership with China not to come in way of BrahMos missile export
"Russia's relation with China and India are strategic by nature, and are independent of one another. This is the basic principle of Russia's foreign policy. We don't have any military alliance with China and we don't intend to have any," Russia's deputy Ambassador to India Roman Babushkin said.
DRDO's quick-reaction missile test successful
"The missile (Quick Reaction Surface to Air Missile) was flight-tested with full configuration in deployment mode intercepting the target mid-air, meeting the mission objectives. The entire event was monitored by Ground Telemetry Systems, Range Radar Systems and Electro Optical Tracking System," said DRDO in a statement,
Pinaka missile system successfully flight-tested for 2nd day
Developed by Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), the Pinaka MK-II rocket is modified as a missile by integrating the navigation, control and guidance system to improve the end accuracy and enhance the range, they said. The missile system is capable of striking into enemy territory up to a range of 75 kilometres with high precision.
Upgraded version of Pinaka guided rocket system successfully test-fired from base on Odisha coast
The multi-barrel rocket launch system, developed by DRDO, was fired from the Proof and Experimental Establishment firing test range at Chandipur near here around noon, they said. The weapon system, mounted on a Tatra truck, is equipped with state-of-the-art guidance kit comprising an advanced navigation and control system, DRDO sources said.
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