Monday, October 25, 2021
As part of the World Trade Organization (WTO), India signed the Information Technology Agreement (ITA) in 1996. The ITA requires each participant to eliminate customs duties and bind them at zero levels for all products specified in the Agreement....
The Kalyani Group has been steadily raising its profile in India’s military-industrial landscape over the years. Under the leadership of Baba Kalyani, its Founder and Chairman, the Kalyani Group has graduated from being a key supplier of components...
During his recent visit to India, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani offered to resume  negotiations with India for the development of his country's Farzad-B gas block, after being lukewarm to Indian offers to develop the same for quite some years now....
  In a recent order, the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MCA) has exempted for a period of a little over 5 months beginning 18 April 2020, the requirements of Rule 15A of the Aircraft Rules, 1937, for beyond visual line...
Earlier today, India’s first Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), Gen Bipin Rawat, issued directives for the creation of an ‘Integrated Air Defence Command’ under the Headquarters of the Integrated Defence Staff (IDS), which he now heads. Gen. Rawat directed...
‘It was former Indian President, APJ Abdul Kalam who inspired me to embark on this journey’, says R. Sundaram, Managing Director of Aerospace Engineers Pvt Ltd (AEPL) located in Salem, Tamil, Nadu, India. ‘Today we are a premier supplier...
India began its super-computing journey with the Param in the 1980s after the United States (US) banned the export of Cray supercomputers and in 2008, ‘EKA’, from Tata’s Computational Research Laboratories, was ranked 9th among global high-power computing (HPC)...
Over the past decade, India has been steadily purchasing military platforms from the United States that typically come with secure communication systems of US-origin. However, since India has thus far refused to sign the so-called Communications Compatibility and Security...
In mid-June 2017, Indian warships reached the port city of Freemantle to conduct a Bilateral Maritime Exercise with the Australian Navy, called AUSINDEX. This week-long naval exercise raised hopes for deeper engagement between the two countries and for crafting...
The Department Defence Production (DDP), under India’s Ministry of Defence (MOD), oversees defence manufacturing in India and has direct control over nine defence public sector undertakings (DPSUs) and the Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) besides some other entities. In recent...

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