This strategic partnership will offer the MDA an interceptor solution that will support the warfighter and MDA’s efforts to rapidly deploy a system that complements and strengthens the existing Ballistic Missile Defense architecture.
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THE TEJAS AND TEJAS MK1A: HAL HAS TO DELIVER
The Tejas project is a litmus test of the ability of Indian designers and production agencies to produce a viable combat aircraft, argues SANJAY BADRI-MAHARAJ
THE QUAD AND BEYOND
Given the potentials as well as the contradictions within the QUAD, India has to maximise its options in order to participate successfully in the great game that is emerging in the Indo-Pacific, writes NINAD D SHETH
SIGHT AT NIGHT ENHANCING NIGHT VISION CAPABILITIES OF THE INDIAN ARMED FORCES
With challenges persisting at the Line of Control and the Line of Actual Control, the Indian Army is on a modernisation spree. The army requires third and fourth generation NVDs which have a reduced halo effect, better picture clarity, more panoramic view and longer battery life, explains DHIRENDER SINGH JAMWAL
UAVS: INDIA HAS TO MOVE FORWARD
India has made some significant use of UAVs in its internal security operations and considerable use for military surveillance. However, its own development projects are still limited and have not yielded major products for military use. This is rapidly changing, explains SANJAY BADRI-MAHARAJ
ATMANIRBHAR IN EARNEST
Aero India was a homegrown affair with welcome signs of an indigenous defence manufacturing capability that is coming of age, writes C SANTHOSH
COUNTER-DRONE TECHNOLOGIES: NASCENT, BUT WITH ENORMOUS POSSIBILITIES
Designing and developing new countermeasures will require substantial investments, but they should not be hindrances in innovation, writes R CHANDRAKANTH
A US-INDIA MILITARY PARTNERSHIP SANS QUAD
Arguing that India cannot depend on the QUAD framework to deal with a Chinese threat, AMIT GUPTA suggests that a realistic workable alliance with the United States based on a fruitful weapons partnership between the two countries and the provision of military basing is a much better option for New Delhi
Make: Myth, Reality Or Pipedream?
Today, in India, the government has shown that they have the will under the strong leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. They have also shown the way with DAP- 2020. Now it is up to the user, the bureaucracy and Indian industry to utilise both and move ahead, writes COL. ANDREW FERNANDES (RETD)
Quad's Challenges In Bay Of Bengal
As the military takeover in Myanmar has provided a further opportunity to China to enhance its profile in the region, the Quad partners (India, Japan, Australia and the United States) have to reimagine their strategic plans for the Bay of Bengal area taking into consideration the importance of three regional stakeholders namely Myanmar, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, argues P M HEBLIKAR
The Assam NRC Fiasco
With Assam electing a new assembly this month, the National Register of Citizens is going to be a highly emotive issue, which, if not handled properly, will create huge disorders in a state that is traditionally vulnerable to multiple insurgencies having serious strategic implications. RAJEEV BHATTACHARYYA enumerates factors contributing to the fiasco
Olivia's LOVE TRIANGLE
Sparks fly with Harry Styles, but is she truly over Jason?
JOHN STILL SENDING PAUL MUSICAL NOTES!
McCartney admits he frequently asks his old pal for advice
HELLCAT VERSUS CORSAIR
GRUMMAN TEST PILOT FLIES THE COMPETITION
Franchise Success - KEEPING CLEAN, AND CLEANING UP
Spaulding Decon founder and CEO Laura Spaulding has made a career of cleaning up crime scenes, meth labs, and now, COVID-19. But her biggest job is keeping franchisees prepared.
KIM'S 40TH FREAK-OUT!
SHE SHOULD BE ON TOP OF THE WORLD, BUT WITH HER SHOW CANCELLED AND HER MARRIAGE HANGING BY A THREAD, KIM KARDASHIAN IS A LITTLE SHOOK AS SHE ENTERS HER FIFTH DECADE.
‘PARADISE' FADES FOR JILTED PHIL COLLINS
Heartbreak is final blow for ailing singer
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ANGIE BANS BRAD'S NEW SQUEEZE FROM SEEING THEIR KIDS!
German siren, 27, is wed to another guy
A TBM HISTORY: ONE OF A KIND ZIROLI AVENGER
Back in the early 2000s, Nick Ziroli Jr. wanted to design something extra special to compete with at Frank Tiano’s Top Gun Scale Invitational event. Since he hailed from Long Island, the famous Grumman TBM Avenger torpedo/bomber seemed most appropriate.
BABY ARRIVES AS JUSTIN FIGHTS TO HOLD ONTO TO JESS!
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