With the retirement of the Sea Harriers, the Indian Navy will no longer operate VTOL fighter aircraft and INAS 300 will convert to MiG-29K/KUB aircraft.
Natural wastage is not how most people would describe the passing of Second World War pensioners and their families. But tell that to a babu.
Facing a row because of ties to the South African Gupta family, Denel resurfaced in India as an exhibitor at DefExpo 2016 after years of blacklisting.
Tata and Boeing will start work on a manufacturing facility for the Apache AH-64E gunship fuselage of which 22 have been ordered by the Indian Air Force.
Boeing, Saab and Lockheed Martin are offering to build fighters in India and each is bringing something different to the table.
It’s one of India’s most successful defense companies and India’s largest defense exporter. But you’ve probably never heard of it. Let Rajesh Gupta of MKU fix that.
Xavier Hay of Airbus Helicopters talks to us about his company’s plans to manufacture helicopters in India at DefExpo 2016.
Alistair Castle of BAE Systems gives us an update on progress on the plans for the domestic manufacture of the M777 ultralight howitzer for the Indian Army.
Rajeev Sharma, Director at the Ordnance Development Centre at the Gun Carriage Factory in Jabalpur, takes us around the Dhanush 155 mm 45 Cal Field Howitzer and also introduces the new 52 Cal prototype.
Rajinder Bhatia of Kalyani Group Bharat Force talks to us about his company’s offerings and prospects at DefExpo 2016.