• 28 May, 2023
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India’s Rising Defence Exports – Can India Be A Major Arms Exporter?

The official declaration of India’s defence exports in 2021-22 to be at an all-time high of Rs 15,920 crores marks a watershed in a sector that was traditionally viewed as…

By Subhash Chandra

India’s Quest For A Reliable Assault Rifle

In the modern contactless hi-tech warfare, do assault rifles really make that difference? This is a question stuck on the minds of many. In an era of battlefield dominance by…

By Col Danvir Singh (Retd)

Artificial Intelligence In Military Systems: India Needs To Bridge The Technological Asymmetry

Swarms of robots with the ability to kill humans are no longer only the stuff of science fiction movies like the Terminator but an ‘in your face’ reality today. Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems…

By Col Deepak Kumar

AUSA 2022: Disruptive Technology Or Old Wine?

The Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Annual Meeting (AM) is the largest land power exposition forum in the USA, with a global canvas. Taking place over three days,…

By Brig Arvind Dhananjayan (Retd)

Iraq signs contracts with U.S and France to import advanced weapons -state news agency

(Reuters) - Iraq's Ministry of Defence signed contracts with the United States and France to import advanced weapons and strengthen artillery, the state news agency (INA) reported on Sunday citing…

Ukraine conflict taking heavy toll on Russia’s most capable units, Britain says

(Reuters) - The conflict in Ukraine is taking a heavy toll on some of Russia's most capable units and most advanced capabilities, the British Ministry of Defence tweeted in a…

Bulgaria approves repairs to Ukrainian military equipment, not military aid

SOFIA (Reuters) - Bulgaria's parliament voted on Wednesday to allow repairs of Ukrainian heavy military equipment and seek ways to help Ukrainian exports of grains and electricity, sidestepping proposals to…

Russia says it bombed U.S. and European weapons near Ukraine’s Odesa

(Reuters) -Russia has struck a military airfield near Ukraine's southwestern city of Odesa with missiles, destroying drones, missiles and ammunition supplied to Ukraine by the United States and its European…

Russia strikes U.S. weapons at airfield near Odesa, defence ministry says

(Reuters) - Russia's defence ministry said on Sunday it had struck at weapons supplied to Ukraine by the United States and European countries and destroyed a runway at a military…

Russia says pumping Ukraine with weapons is threat to European security

LONDON (Reuters) - The Kremlin said on Thursday that Western arms supplies to Ukraine, including heavy weapons, posed a threat to the security of the European continent. The comment from…

UK’s Truss: No longer good enough to limit Ukraine support to defensive weapons

LONDON (Reuters) - British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said it was no longer good enough to only supply Ukraine with defensive weaponry to combat Russia's invasion. "For too long, there…

Ukraine president spoke with UK’s Johnson about “new phase” of military aid

(Reuters) - Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has spoken with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson about a "new phase" of military aid, including the provision of heavy weapons, the president's deputy…