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State-run plane maker Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) could have built Rafale fighters in India had the government managed to close the original negotiations with Dassault and had actually signed a work-share contract with the French company, said T Suvarna Raju, who was heading HAL till three weeks ago. He questioned why the Union government was not putting out the files in public.

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HAL could have built Rafale jets in India, says former Boss | WARFAREWEB.COM


Analysts retain optimism in Bharat Electronics Ltd. even as shares of the state-run maker of radars to aerospace electronics fell to their lowest in nearly three years after the Ministry of Defence lowered margins on orders. The stock plunged more than 27 percent in the last one month. That came after the ministry said margins on new orders will be 7.5 percent against 12.5 percent earlier.

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BHARAT ELECTRONICS ANALYSTS RETAIN FAITH IN THIS INDIAN DEFENCE STOCK DESPITE PLUNGE | WARFAREWEB.COM


State-run warships and submarine builder Mazgaon Dock Shipbuilders (MDS) is aiming to diversify into exports and vessel repairing, and also creating a facility at nearby Nhava, a senior official said Thursday.  The company, which is reportedly aiming to raise up to Rs 850 crore in divestment for the government through an initial public offering (IPO) soon, is completely dependent on the defence…

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Mazgaon Dock to diversify into exports & vessel repairing | WARFAREWEB.COM


Ukraine’s state-run defence firm Ukroboronprom 30th August announced a successful test of a new cruise missile, dubbed Neptune. However, Yuzhmash, the developer of the Neptue cruise missile had sold design documents of its earlier cruise missile designs to Pakistan. Pakistan’s Clandestine Missile Acquisition Babur Cruise Missile Babur also designated Hatf VII, is a short range turbojet…

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THE EVOLUTION OF PAKISTANI CRUISE MISSILES | WARFAREWEB.COM


Russian Helicopters Group (part of the state-run hi-tech corporation Rostec) has demonstrated the upgraded Mil Mi-28NE ‘Night Hunter’ attack helicopter at the Army-2018 international military and technical forum, the company’s press office said on Tuesday. The modernised Mi-28NE is on display at the forum’s static exposition. The ‘Night Hunter’ is armed with new Khrizantema anti-tank missiles and…

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RUSSIA UNVEILS UPGRADED MIL MI 28NE ‘NIGHT HUNTER’ ATTACK HELICOPTER | WARFAREWEB.COM


State-run National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL) will develop drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for civilian use in various sectors, a Union Minister said on Monday. “The UAVs developed at NAL will be used in surveillance, agriculture, health, forests, mining and other civil sectors,” Union Minister for Science and Technology Harsh Vardhan said after unveiling NAL’s UAV…

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NATIONAL AEROSPACE LABORATORIES TO DEVELOP DRONES FOR CIVILIAN USE | WARFAREWEB.COM


State-run National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL)’s 19-seater “Saras” passenger aircraft will be ready within next three years, Union Minister for Science and Technology Harsh Vardhan said on Monday. “The implementation process of 19-seater modification to Saras will begin soon and the aircraft will be ready for commercial use within next three years, giving a boost to…

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India made passenger aircraft to fly In 3 years Minister | WARFAREWEB.COM


State-run Denel’s offer has come after the Central Bureau of Investigation filed a closure report on corruption cases against the company. The company has also received favourable court orders in other related matters. A Denel team was in India recently for discussions after South African President Cyril Ramaphosa raised the matter with the government in the run-up to PM Modi’s visit to South…

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SOUTH AFRICA OFFERS TO WAIVE ARBITRATION PENALTIES TO REMOVE DENEL OFF BLACKLIST | WARFAREWEB.COM


China lands bomber on South China Sea island for first time A Chinese state-run newspaper says the Chinese air force has landed long-range bomber for the first time on an airport in the South China Sea. It’s a move likely to further fuel concerns in the region about Beijing’s expansive claims over the disputed region. The China Daily newspaper reported Saturday that People’s Liberation Army Air…

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China lands bomber on South China Sea island for first time | WARFAREWEB.COM


In a statement released by a state-run North Korean news agency, North Korea’s First Vice Minister of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kim Kye Gwan, threatened to pull out of a summit with President Trump scheduled for June 12 in Singapore. North Korea’s threat to cancel the summit puts Trump in a very awkward position, after he’s spent weeks portraying it as a key part of his historic legacy. Kim…

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White House pretends it never expected its much-touted North Korea summit to happen | LIBERAL.GUIDE