Our target is USD 5 billion of defence export in next five years: Modi
India is eyeing defence export of USD 5 billion in the next five years, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Wednesday, highlighting the measures taken by his government to boost manufacturing and woo investors to set up a base in the country.
Pace of defence cooperation between US and India accelerating: US ambassador
The pace of defence cooperation between the US and India is accelerating, US Ambassador Kenneth Juster said here on Wednesday.
UAE MoS for Defence Affairs admires BRAHMOS missile
Mohammed bin Ahmad Al Bawardi, Cabinet Member and Minister of State for Defence Affairs, UAE, was among the VIPs that visited the BrahMos Pavilion at the 11th edition of DefExpo which began in Lucknow today.
Chief of Defence Staff Gen. Bipin Rawat visits BrahMos pavilion during DefExpo 2020
Gen. Rawat, who assumed charge as the first CDS of India on January 1, 2020, has been briefed and updated about all the recent developments and achievements made by the powerful BRAHMOS Weapon System.
Indian Navy Chief visits BrahMos pavilion
Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh has been briefed about the Universal BRAHMOS weapon system and the milestone achievements made by BrahMos Aerospace during his visit to the BrahMos stall at the ongoing DefExpo India 2020 in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.
Indonesia's Deputy Defence Minister visit's BrahMos pavilion at DefExpo 2020
Indonesia's Deputy Defence Minister Wahyu Sakti Trenggono visited the BrahMos pavilion on the inuagural day of DefExpo 2020 themed 'India: The Emerging Defence Manufacturing Hub.'
BrahMos Aerospace showcases formidable BRAHMOS Weapon System at Defexpo 2020
In an impressive display of its missile making capabilities, BrahMos Aerospace, the producer of 'world-class' BRAHMOS supersonic cruise missile system, is exhibiting the air, land, sea and sub-sea variants of the universal weapon at the 11th edition of DefExpo India 2020 in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.
PM inaugurates DefExpo in Lucknow
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday inaugurated the DefExpo, India's biennial military exhibition that seeks to showcase the potential of the country to become a global defence manufacturing hub. Delegates from 70 countries and 172 foreign military manufacturers will attend the five-day mega exhibition, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh has said.
Will showcase a range of advanced defence capabilities at DefExpo 2020: Boeing
Boeing has said it will showcase a range of advanced defense capabilities, including F/A-18 Super Hornet aircraft and KC-46 tanker aircraft at the DefExpo 2020 in Lucknow. Boeing will also provide visitors a virtual flying experience with the F/A-18 Super Hornet Block III simulator to understand a wide range of missions, carrier-based aviation and capabilities the aircraft can offer to the Indian Navy.
Enormous potential in defence industry partnerships with India: US
The US has said there is enormous potential for industry partnerships with India on state-of-the-art defence equipment and also hoped for a revival of the economy so that Delhi can spend more on the sector. US Ambassador Kenneth Juster urged interoperability of defence systems deployed by partner countries.
DefExpo opens today, focus on showcasing India's potential to become manufacturing hub
India's biennial DefExpo will kickstart in Lucknow today with the aim of showcasing the potential of the country to become a global defence manufacturing hub. Delegates from 70 countries and 172 foreign military manufacturers are expected to attend the five-day mega exhibition. As many as 856 Indian defence firms will also showcase their products at the event.