The Defence Ministry’s decision to acquire the indigenous short-range ballistic surface-to-surface (SRBM) missile Pralay, a conventional weapon that has been ready for induction in just seven years, adds heft to the Indian military’s war-fighting capabilities. A high-level Defence Ministry meeting approved the acquisition of approximately 120 pralay missiles for the armed forces and their deployment along borders. Since India now allows the use of ballistic missiles in tactical roles, the acquisition of these ballistic missiles is regarded as a significant development for the country. The missile will be India’s first…Read More
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India begins delivery of coastal missile system “Brahmos” to the Philippines
The Philippine Navy’s Marine Corps has begun receiving BrahMos coastal-based anti-ship missile systems from the Indian company BrahMos Aerospace Private Ltd. According to a Philippines military-specific YouTube channel DA-REAL Military Channel on December 12, the initial system components are now being approved. There is no official confirmation from India or the Philippines. The initial delivery of the BrahMos missile system to the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) is anticipated for 2023, India’s Ambassador to the Philippines Shambhu Kumaran informed the state-run Philippine News Agency in mid-August. The Philippines accepted…Read More
AICRA Signs MoU with USI to reaffirm Atmanirbharta in the Defense sector.
The All India Council For Robotics & Automation has signed an MoU with the United Service Institution of India (USI), a national security and defense services think tank based in New Delhi to collaboratively work towards exploring and studying new technology offerings to the Indian Defense sector. This MoU also signifies the unwavering commitment of both Organizations in supporting the technology startups and Defense (Army, Navy, Airforce) for research and supplies to develop indigenous equipment and weapon systems in line with Atmanirbharta in Indian Defense. Maj. General Pawan Anand from…Read More