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


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

General Bipin Rawat, COAS, Indian Army

General Bipin Rawat, COAS, Indian Army

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‘We need multi-role force capabilities wherein conventional and subconventional capabilities can be balanced to respond across the spectrum of conflict’


Boeing KC-46A Tanker — More Capable, Efficient, Versatile

By Pratyush Kumar, Boeing

Highly reliable and efficient, the wide-body, multi-role tanker can refuel all U.S., allied and coalition military aircraft any time, on any mission. It can also carry passengers, cargo and patients whenever and wherever needed...


Six Apaches for Army

By Ranjit Kumar

The Aviation wing of the Indian Army got a big combat boost on 17th August with the decision of the Defence Acquisition Council of the Ministry of Defence to accept the recommendation of the Army Headquarters for acquiring six iconic AH64E Apache attack helicopters.

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