Why Does India Want To Be Part of Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) and Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) ?

What is Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) ? Established in April, 1987 . It is a voluntary association with 34 countries (Now 35 including India) & 4 ‘unilateral adherents’ that follows its rules : Israel, Romania, Slovakia, Macedonia. The group aims to slow the missile & unmanned technology delivery that could be used for Chemical, … Read more

“Next Generation of Akash (NG) Missile System under Development” – BEL Chief

Terming as “satisfactory” the performance of Akash missile that has been inducted into the Indian Army and Air Force, Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), today said the development of the weapon system’s next generation is currently underway. “As far as Akash is concerned, the system which has now been inducted into the Indian Army and Air … Read more

What people think about the Work done by Modi Government in last 2 Years

Two Years ago,on this very day, BJP under the leadership of Narendra Modi formed the Current Central Government in India.To see the transformation people felt during this time,Research Agency Hansa conducted a Survey to find out their views about Modi Government in these two Years. In the Survey,A total of 5,034 People took part.The Survey … Read more

The First Responders of 26/11 – MARCOS

Eight years ago, ten heavily armed terrorists from the Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) nearly set India and Pakistan on the brink of war. Using a stealthy, seaborne insertion tactic pioneered by Palestinian terrorists decades ago, the military-style assault on Mumbai achieved its initial objective: complete surprise. It was the world’s first hybrid terrorist attack — a deadly witches’ brew … Read more

Indian Army Tales may be added to School Textbooks

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Sahitya Academy award winning author Datta D Naik has submitted a proposal to the Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar to permit a group of Sahitya Academy award winning writers from across India to spend time at the military bases and interview the armed personnel about their experiences (within the framework of secrecy constraints). Naik told media … Read more

Multi Caliber Individual Weapon System..Meeting the needs of Future Soldiers

DRDO and ARDE have been working on developing a new Assault Rifle for the Indian Armed Forces.The Indian Armed Forces specially the Indian Army is not quite satisfied with the performance of Indigiously developed INSAS Assault Rifle. INSAS which has been in service with the Indian Armed Forces from the times of Kargil War (1999) … Read more

Russia to S-400 Air Defense Missiles to India

Moscow is awaiting a reply from New Delhi on the supply of S-400 Triumph anti-aircraft missile systems to India, according to Russia’s Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation (FSMTC). “The Federal Service has prepared a draft intergovernmental agreement on the supply of the S-400 systems to India and passed it to our partners, so we are … Read more

Fading ties between India and Russia

PM Narendra Modi’s Christmas trip to Moscow has not been able to bring home the expected crown jewels from Russia as Moscow did not yield to give S400 missile defence system and Akula class nuclear submarines although other goodies was agreed upon for sale like nuclear reactors and Hydrocarbons etc. PMO has not and possibly … Read more

Things to Know about India and US Logistics Exchange Agreement

India and US agreed “in principal” to a logistics exchange agreement to enable both militaries to use each others assets and bases for repair and repleshment of supplies. Here are 10 things you should know about this agreement. 1. Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement (LEMOA)– LEMOA is a tweaked version of Logistics Support Agreement (LSA) … Read more

Thing to know about Sam Manekshaw on his Birthday

With a distinguished military career that spanned over four decades and five major wars, Field Marshal Sam Hormusji Framji Jamshedji Manekshaw (lovingly called Sam Bahadur) was undoubtedly one of the most celebrated military men in Independent India. The man under whose leadership, the brave Indian Army annihilated the Pakistani forces in 1971 was known for his bravery, … Read more

Company Havildar Major Piru Singh – The Unsung War Hero of 1947 War

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In 1947, the newly independent states of Pakistan and India began the first of many wars over the province of Kashmir.In the summer of 1948, the AZN (the Pakistani army in Kashmir) attacked the village of Tithwal and surrounded the area with securely placed machine-gun nests. Company Havildar (Sergeant) Major Piru Singh was part of … Read more