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Navy gets new shark-Kalvari

By Rohit Srivastava

After a hiatus of almost two decades, Indian Navy on December 14 received its first conventional submarine INS Kalvari, from the hands of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Naval Dockyard, Mumbai.

Quick Questions

Admiral Sunil Lanba, Chief of the Naval Staff answers a few quick questions of Editor-in-Chief Jayant Baranwal at the Annual Press Conference on the eve of Navy Day

Mission-Based Deployment: We now have a constant presence of a ship deployed in Andaman Sea and mouth of Malacca Straits. We have ships on deployment in the Gulf of Oman, the Persian Gulf, the North Arabian Sea, the North Bay of Bengal, and the strategically important Straits of Lombok.”

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India-Singapore – Deepening defence relations, Source of Envy for China

By Ranjit Kumar

With these significant dose of new agreements, the latest round of Defence Ministers Dialogue will help India-Singapore defence and strategic relations cross new milestones in promoting each others' strategic interests in the region and jointly play...

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India–Singapore Defence agreement

By Rohit Srivastava

With twin objective of balancing the expanding footprints of Chinese Navy in the East Asian waters and creating a strong military base for 'Act East' policy, India and Singapore on November 29 signed India-Singapore Bilateral Agreement...

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Endless possibilities for the future

By Gene Cunningham, VP, Global Sales, Boeing Defense, Space & Security

Boeing is not just offering unmatched products to the Indian armed forces but also significant benefits to India's indigenous aerospace manufacturing sector by bringing in their global scale and supply chain, its best-in-industry precision manufacturing...

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Regional challenges driving Indo-US relations

By Dr Vivek Lall, General Atomics

Both countries have discovered common ground and shared concerns, which have propelled them towards discarding old mistrusts and misconceptions, and adopting methods to establish renewed faith and confidence in each other

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All systems go for 15th air show

By Bikram Vohra, Dubai

Today the Dubai air show ranks right up there with the best of them. In fact, it can be said that the four-day air-fest is now considered the benchmark for the industry’s bi-annual get together.

Air Chief Marshal B.S. Dhanoa

CAS answers to SP's on Air Force Day press conference

Exclusive Interview

Jayant Baranwal, Editor-in-Chief, SP's M.A.I. interacts with the Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal B.S. Dhanoa ahead of the celebrations commemorating 85th anniversary of Indian Air Force.

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Opportunities for MSMEs in Defence Sector

‘It’s the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) which are the real power sectors and government is ready to support and ease the complexities in the defence procedures’, said the Defence Minister, during the joint seminar on ‘Opportunities for MSMEs in Defence Sector’, organized by FISME in association with SP Guide Publications.

SP Guide Publications Wins Prestigious Business Aviation Award

Honour

At the BizAvIndia Awards 2017 organised by Business Aircraft Operators Association (BAOA) in Bengaluru on February 13, 2017...

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The potential that we see is significant

Jayant Baranwal, Editor-in-Chief, SP Guide Publications in conversation with Mr. Håkan Buskhe, CEO and President of Saab AB and Ashish Rajvanshi, Head, Defense & Aerospace of Adani at the Saab and Adani alliance announcement for Aerospace and Defence in India.

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Experts Speak

  • Privatizing government defence industry
    By Lt. General P.C. Katoch (Retd)

    The governmental has announced some disinvestment in the governmental defence industry like 10 par cent in HAL, which does not amount to much change. But the government has shown inclination to major changes in the Ordnance Factory Board (OFB), which administers 42 armament and ammunition factories.

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  • Saras Headed For Project Cancellation?

    Six years after a fatal crash of the second prototype aircraft, the Saras light civil aircraft programme could be headed for closure if sources are to be believed. After several stops and starts, it is likely that the prototypes may still fly, though the future of the project is almost definitely sealed.

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