SP's MAI - Issue No. 11 | June 01-15, 2014<< Previous Issue Next Issue >>
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) which has come to form the government on a development plank has begun in right earnest. The Prime Minister Narendra Modi is leading from the front in providing a stable, strong and sustainable government, having initiated measures to give the economy...
Opening a fresh chapter in SAARC cooperation setting aside prejudices can bring in a wave of prosperity in the region, taking the Asian Century to the next level.
The swearing-in ceremony of Narendra Modi as the 15th Prime Minister provided India an opportunity to invite the leaders of the member States...
There is no representation of the uniformed community in the Ministry of Defence. Thus it lacks professional competence in the business in which they are placed.
Changes would provide a boost to defence preparedness, usher in a Revolution in Military Affairs, evolve requisite strategies and policies including for national security, response to asymmetric war, defence procurements, R&D, technology acquisition and reorganising the defenceindustrial base, etc.
By Jos√© Luis Montes Mart√≠nez, General Manager, India Liaison Office, Navantia
The Indian defence policy of indigenisation by developing own materials, products and systems through a network of institutions and laboratories...
By Lars-Olof Lindgren, Chairman, Saab India Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
India steps into a new era with a new government, new agenda and the opportunity to make fresh beginnings.
The undue delay in defence procurements has resulted in serious erosion in the operational capability of the Indian armed forces raising serious doubts about their capability to fight a war even on a single front, leave alone fighting a twofront war.
Interview with Yves Guillaume, President India, Airbus Group
By Lo√Įc Piedevache, Country Head, India, MBDA
India’s status as the subcontinent’s largest land mass, combined with its strategic location between the major economic and military focal points...
By Ram Prasad, Managing Director, Rockwell Collins India
Rockwell Collins is proud to be present in India for many years and excited about the country’s growth potential under the new Indian Government.
By Kishore Jayaraman, President, Rolls-Royce India and South Asia
Characterised by a high growth potential, India‚Äôs aerospace and defence industry is important to the country‚Äôs strategic and economic interests.
Ajit Kumar Doval, former Intelligence Bureau (IB) chief, has been appointed as the National Security Advisor to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The appointment of the 69-year-old former head of IB to the post of NSA...
Last year, the swearing-in of Nicolas Maduro as Venezuela’s new President was interrupted by a man who ran on stage and grabbed the microphone.
The US Department of Justice (DoJ) said 10 people were indicted recently for their roles in a $20 million stolen identity refund fraud conspiracy.
Security efforts at the World Trade Center site will be reshuffled in the wake of two highly publicised breaches, according to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
A civilian trucker with no authorisation to be on base shot and killed a sailor aboard the destroyer Mahan on the night of March 24 while it was moored on Pier 1 at Naval Station Norfolk, Virginia...
Thirty innovators have been awarded under the the DSTLockheed Martin India Innovation Growth Programme which in its eighth year received...