India’s air defence upgrades are eroding Pakistan’s offensive capability

  Through its deployment of land-attack cruise missiles (LACM) and various ballistic missiles, Pakistan stated that it is maintaining “minimum credible deterrence.” However, while that might be accurate in terms of its nuclear deployment capability, Pakistan’s conventional deterrence is at risk of eroding. By ‘conventional deterrence,’ we refer to Pakistan’s…

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DRDO Bets Big On Indigenous Capabilities

  The Government aims to take the Indian economy to $10 trillion by 2030, and it believes, the defence is one of the sectors that can help in contributing towards this. Echoing the same views, the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is working towards the same to make this…

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Russia wants to jointly develop floating Nuclear-Power-Stations with India

  Russian atomic energy corporation Rosatom has expressed interest in collaborating with Indian companies not only for the construction of large nuclear power plants but also for joint development of medium- and small-sized nuclear power reactors, including floating N-reactors. Nikita Mazein, vice-president of Rusatom Overseas (a division of Rosatom), said,…

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India plans to be among top 5 defence producers

  In an unusual thrust to meet ambitious export targets, Indian defence officials recently made a pitch for defence and aerospace products to over 50 foreign military attaches posted with their embassies in New Delhi. The Indian officials talked up the growing logic of buying Indian defence products, the export…

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