India disbands unwieldy OFB
India's public sector undertakings are inefficient and out of date. The government has moved to address this.
DRDO improves the Akash SAM
India continues to modify its indigenous SAM, the Akash, with a successful test flight of a new family variant.
India turns to cannibalism for Mirage fleet
A deal for ex-French Mirages might help India keep its Mirage 2000 fighters aloft, but the move has left many analysts scratching their heads.
India joins league of nations with missile tracking vessel
India now possesses its first missile tracking vessel, which had been laid down in 2014.
9th September 2021
Swarm UAVs, loitering munitions and counter-UAS systems are now all on Indian order books.
27th August 2021
India is taking so long to set up indigenous rifle production that it has been forced to buy directly from overseas.
25th August 2021
India could potentially use military missiles like the Agni to launch future military satellites into space.
18th August 2021
India will import GE engines for upcoming LCA Mk1A fighters, but still plans to domestically assemble them for the Mk2.
6th August 2021
India's second aircraft carrier commences maiden sea trials, but more carriers are needed.
30th July 2021
India's pursuit of C-UAS solutions is haphazard, and more needs to be done to coordinate efforts and systems.
27th July 2021
India does not have a large number of AUVs in service, but it now has a road map to change that situation.
19th July 2021
India is working on a new version of the BrahMos missile that will offer a 500km range.
7th June 2021
The Indian Army relaunches the tortuous pursuit of replacement of its existing fleet of T-72 tanks.
31st May 2021
Satellites offer numerous ISR advantages, ones that the Indian military needs more than ever.
28th May 2021
Microsatellites and nanosatellites hold a lot of promise for military users, and Indian private business hopes to get involved in their launch.
15th May 2021
There is growing demand for India to enhance its space force structure to meet military needs.
5th May 2021
HAL continues to push its ALH strongly for the Indian Navy's NUH requirement, but is it up to scratch compared to foreign designs?
22nd March 2021
India has been singled out as a strong potential naval market for Thales' new IFF Mode 5 interrogator.
9th March 2021
3D-printing technology could prove useful to the Indian armed forces, including for the production of hard-to-find spare parts for legacy equipment.
3rd March 2021
The Quad has always been a rather loose grouping, but there are signs it is crystallising as member nation aims align.
17th February 2021
In addition to leasing two SeaGuardians, the Indian military has added some Heron TPs as it attempts to crank up aerial surveillance.
8th February 2021
Thales is one example of a company willing to transfer technical know-how to Indian companies.
8th February 2021
As UAVs proliferate in the Indian military, future opportunities will abound for their indigenous maintenance and support.
7th February 2021
Boeing is one example of a company seeking to boost its defence MRO footprint in India.