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The Chinese media Sunday reported that the People’s Liberation Army-Rocket Force had commissioned a new brigade of its DF-26 missile, capable of striking key Indian cities such as Mumbai.

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It is important to have an array of missiles capable of striking deep inside the enemy territory, but it is equally important to have a technology that can block incoming missile attack.

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The Indian Air Force would soon move a proposal for a Rs 6,500-crore multi-layered air defence system to thwart any 9/11-style attacks in the national Capital, government sources have told Mail Today.

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Pakistan today successfully test fired an enhanced version of indigenously-built Babur cruise missile that can deliver conventional and non-conventional weapons with a range of 700 kilometres.

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INDIAN Army will get their third-generation Anti Tank Guided Missile (ATGM) Nag missiles in next year as the full-fledged production of this missile will start from first half of 2019, informed Dr S Christopher, Chairman, Defence Research and . . . .

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Russian state media have begun leaking some information about the country’s next-generation air and missile defense system, the S-500.

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India will develop next-generation BrahMos missiles, which will be lighter than the earlier ones and can be mounted on aircraft or torpedos, according to Dr Sudhir Mishra, Distinguished Scientist and Director General (BrahMos), Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO).

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The successful test of Babur-III Cruise Missile completed the last leg of Pakistan’s nuclear triad. Developing nuclear triad capability is essential for stabilizing nuclear deterrence between the belligerent nuclear capable states. Therefore, addition of Babur-III in Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal stabilizes strategic equilibrium in South Asia.

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India’s Brahmos missile, launched from a Su-30MKI fighter jet will be tested against a land target in the coming 2-3 months.

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With the Indian Air Force beginning the process of buying 110 fighter jets, in a deal that could be worth more than $15 billion, Lockheed-Martin has expressed its readiness to shift its F-16 fighter aircraft manufacturing unit to India -- and the US government, according to the manufacturer, will allow it to do so.

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