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Ashish Shukla

Private defence industry hails govt’s decision to ban imports of 101 defence items

Private manufacturers gave it to Modi govt saying the govt has been pushing hard on greater indigenization of defence products since 2014 only and the decision to ban imports of 101 defence items is in the national interest

Future warfare: Indian Army to study disruptive warfare technologies

Indian Army is undertaking the crucial step to study disruptive warfare technologies with a view to upgrading robotics, big data analysis, IoT and robust AI defence platforms

Defence production policies aim paradigm shift in Defence manufacturing

Representing a nation that has been heavily dependent on import, the Indian defence manufacturing sector now stands at a juncture of the big change that will define the future of Indian defence

OFB Corporatisation: Unions threaten indefinite strike from Sep 12 if demands not met

Employee unions have threatened to go on an indefinite strike from September 12, if they don’t receive any communication from the Defence Ministry by July 31

Explained: What has changed in new draft DPP issued by MoD?

In the new proposal, ban on import of certain weapons has been mooted with a view to push for the goal of self-reliance in defence manufacturing

At MoD meeting, unions ask how govt allowed OFB to reach state of decline?

The employee unions of the OFB have demanded the MoD to constitute an expert committee for the restructuring of the organisation

OFB employee unions to meet Defence Production Secretary on ‘restructuring’

The unions which were boycotting the high-level committee constituted after a strike in August 2019 have agreed to meet Secretary (Defence Production) on July 28

OFB employee unions allege irregularities in consultant selection for corporatisation

OFB employee unions have alleged irregularities in the RFP floated by the MoD for the appointment of a consultant for corporatisation of ordnance factories

Financing Defence Forces: Can a new Indian Defence Finance Corporation offer a solution?

The time has come to create an Indian Defence Financial Corporation, in line with IRFC, to mitigate the financial woes of the defence forces, says a former HAL Chairman

Aatmanirbhar Bharat needs world-class assault rifles; can they be ‘Made in India?’

Indian Army has decided to procure another batch of 72,000 SIG 716 assault rifles from the United States through Fast Track Process (FTP)

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