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    Indian Army Hands Landmark $20-Mil Deal To Indian Drone-maker IdeaForge In what can only be interpreted as the Indian Army choosing to closing the door firmly on foreign drone products that were inbound to meet a basic long-standing infantry requirement at high altitudes, the Indian Army has...
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    INDIA STOCKS UP MISSILE ARSENAL AS IT PREPARES FOR ANOTHER TENSE SUMMER IN LADAKH New Delhi: India is in the process of stocking up its missile arsenal as the stand-off with China in eastern Ladakh continues for the eighth consecutive month and the services extensively plan for the challenges...
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    AMIDST CHINA CONFLICT, INDIA BUYS SPIKE, SPICE MISSILES FROM ISRAEL FOR OFFENSIVE CAPABILITY New Delhi: India has bought a “small quantity” of the Israeli SPICE-2000 stand-off missiles and the Spike anti-tank guided missiles earlier this month to meet its immediate requirement, amidst a military...
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    Indian Army to get drones from Israel, America for surveillance along China border NEW DELHI: In a major boost to its capabilities, the Indian Army is soon going to get Israeli Heron and American mini drones for upgrading its surveillance capabilities in Eastern Ladakh and other areas along the...
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    The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) in it arms trade register documents a 2003 deal for supply of 250 launchers and 3,000 Kornet-E missiles. This has been affirmed by writing of Brigadier Gurmeet Kanwal (retd) where he mentioned induction of these missiles. It is...
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    Army Pushes Ahead With Plan To Equip Infantry Soldiers With Modern Weapons NEW DELHI: The Army is now firmly pushing ahead with its long-delayed roadmap to induct new assault rifles, close-quarter battle carbines and light machine guns to arm infantry soldiers after several setbacks over the...
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    Army pushes ahead with plan to equip infantry soldiers with modern weapons The Army is now firmly pushing ahead with its long-delayed roadmap to induct new assault rifles, close-quarter battle carbines and light machine guns to arm infantry soldiers after several setbacks over the last decade...
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    Indian Army’s Russian Dragunov sniper rifle could soon get long-awaited upgrade The long-awaited upgrade of the legendary Dragunov sniper rifle, commonly known in the armed forces as DSR, could soon be a reality as an Indian private company has come out with an indigenous solution that gives...
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    In a first for private sector, Defence Ministry places order for 10 lakh hand grenades In a first for the private sector in India, the defence ministry has placed orders on the industry for the supply of ten lakh hand grenades to replace a vintage design in service with the forces, marking a...
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    Carbines, Anti Air Systems for Indian Army to be made in India after MoD cancels import The defence ministry has cancelled two arms import contracts for the army worth over $ 2.5 billion that were in the final stages, preferring to go for the Make in India route. In a special meeting held...
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    There are reports that #IndianArmy will now go for Indigenous carbine . OFB INSAS 1C carbine, CQB, JVPC, Amogha etc have specific field as well as X-95. I believe the standard issue requirement will be fulfilled by SSS Defence or Aste Defence. However may be by modified AK too.
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    Livefist Salutes Our Ladakh Warriors!
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    New Carl Gustaf M4 Multi Role Shoulder Launched Weapon System delivered to the #IndianArmy PARA (SF) OFB CGRL MK-II & MK-III are already in service Numbers unknown OFB Carl Gustaf RL MK-III (84mm) in service with the Indian Army It can be used against ground forces, bunkers, light tanks...
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    Proud moment for PLR Systems... Just couldn't wait to share with you all ... It has been an year since the first and second consignments of "Made in India" X95s chambered in 5.56 and 9 mm were delivered to the Indian Forces. Flawless service rendered by these modern weapons.
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    Indigenous corner firing weapon for #IndianArmy
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    Indigenous corner firing weapon for #IndianArmy
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    First Look New Carl Gustaf M4 Multi Role Shoulder Launched Weapon System delivered to the #IndianArmy PARA (SF) OFB CGRL MK-II & MK-III are already in service Numbers unknown Credits to the original owner
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    In a tender/RFI released in 2019 the Indian Army has requested a total quantity of approximately 1800 Sniper Rifles alongwith telescopic sight and quantity 27 Lacs Sniper ammunition in one year. @OFB_India has developed a 8.6 x 70 mm sniper rifle for this tender. Raksha Mantri @rajnathsingh...
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    India’s defence shopping to go desi A nuclear-weapon state with the world’s fourth largest military depending overwhelmingly on imports to maintain its armed forces: this is the irony that India seeks to overcome on the eve of its 74th Independence Day. The declaration of a list of banned...
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    Amid LAC face-off, Army to study lasers, robotics & AI for warfare The Army is now undertaking a major study headed by a senior Lt-General on advanced “niche and disruptive warfare technologies”, which range from drone swarms, robotics, lasers and loiter munitions to artificial...
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