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With the SQRs (Services Qualitative Requirements) being finalised for the 114 Fighter Aircraft for the Indian Air Force (IAF), the stage is now set for the process for the procurement of these aircraft has started.

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Saab AB wants control of local manufacturing in India if it beats the likes of Boeing Co. and Lockheed Martin Corp. in the race for the world’s biggest warplane contract.

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India has asked France to arm the first four Rafale fighters with the top-notch Meteor air-to-air missiles, which, with a strike range of 120 to 150-km, can outgun any missile that can be unleashed by Pakistani or Chinese jets. The first Rafale fighters will touch down at the Ambala airbase in May next year.

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The upgrade work of MiG-29 fleet is in its final stages, with modern customisations capable of prolonging their life by 40 years.

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Google Play’s Best of 2019 awards has been announced to honour the best Android apps and games of 2019. The award also highlights apps that are the favourites of millions of Android users globally.

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Japan and India agreed Saturday to conduct their first joint fighter aircraft exercise in Japan as part of efforts to promote bilateral security cooperation in the face of China’s military buildup and regional assertiveness.

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One Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) belonging to the Indian Air Force (IAF) crashed on Saturday evening at Bokajan under Salonibari police station in Assam’s Sonitpur district at around 6:30 pm.

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SAAB India raised questions over the process which he said it is about 'control verses responsibility' under the Strategic Partnership(SP) model for the ambitious P75I program for the Indian Navy.

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The Defence Research and Development Organisation on Friday announced it had achieved another step in expanding the capabilities of the naval variant of the indigenous Tejas fighter, which is under development.

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Russian Helicopters’ Mi-171A2 helicopter has received certification in India and Colombia. The certification allows Russian Helicopters (part of Rostec State Corporation) to start exporting the latest modification of the multirole civilian helicopter to these countries.

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A pilot project by the Indian Army’s Military Engineer Services (MES) has led to Guwahati’s first road built out of plastic waste material.

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Sweden’s Gripen fighter jet is an “extremely cost effective” option for India’s plan to acquire 114 multi-role combat planes and its manufacturer Saab International is fully prepared to develop and make the aircraft in India, Swedish ambassador Klas Molin has said.

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The Singapore and Indian air forces have added a new air-sea training component as both countries hold their 10th joint military training (JMT) at India's Kalaikunda Air Force Station from Oct 31 to Dec 12.

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Tejas Light Combat Aircraft (LCA), India's indigenous single-engine supersonic fighter and one of the flying machines in the Indian Air Force (IAF) arsenal, is likely to be one of the jets which Malaysia is keen to evaluate as part of the defence modernisation programme.

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India will carry out major military exercises with several countries, including Russia and China, in different frontiers next month.

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