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  • DAC approves defence procurement worth Rs 13,700 crore, including 118 Arjun Mk-1A tanks for Army

    The Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) on Tuesday approved buying of defence equipment worth Rs 13,700 crore for the three armed forces, including 118 Arjun Mk-1A tanks for the Army.

  • India committed to enhancing capabilities in defence manufacturing: PM

    India is working hard to enhance its capabilities and capacities in the defence-manufacturing sector at a fast pace, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday as he urged the private sector to come forward for designing and manufacturing of defence equipment.

  • BrahMos missile was demonstrated to the Minister of Defence of Russian Federation

    The Minister of Defence of the Russian Federation (RF), Mr. S.K. Shoygu, recently visited JSC MIC Research and Production Association of Machine Building (NPO Mashinostroyenia) (which is a Russian co-designer of BrahMos missiles and a member of the Russian Engineering Union).

  • PM hands over indigenous Arjun tank to Army

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday handed over to the Army the home-made Arjun Main Battle Tank (MK-1A) here, dubbed by him as an example of India's united spirit as the south made armoured vehicle will guard the northern borders of the country.

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