Indian Kalvari-class submarine will get Indigenous AIP system in 2025

Indian Navy will get its first AIP equipped submarine in 2025. When the INS Kalvari comes up for retrofitting in 2025, it will be fitted with the indigenous AIP. In a recent interview with Financial express DRDO Chairman Dr. G Satheesh Reddy said “When the boat comes up for retrofitting in 2025, it will be … Read more

Light weight tank for the Indian Army will roll out next year, production will be done by L&T

Work on the Light Weight Tank is going on in full swing. By 2023 the tank will be fully ready for production said by Chairman od DRDO Dr G Satheesh Reddy. The Indian Army will receive light tanks in 2023 thanks to a partnership between the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) and Larsen & … Read more

NASM-SR: India’s first indigenous helicopter launched Anti-Ship missile

The Indian Navy on 18 May successfully tested the first indigenously developed NASM-SR air-launched anti-ship missile from Sea king helicopter. Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and the Indian Navy successfully recently conducted the maiden flight-test of the indigenously-developed Naval anti-ship missile NASM-SR launched from Sea king helicopter at Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Chandipur. “The missile followed the … Read more

India successfully test-fired Helina anti-tank guided missile from Rudra attack helicopter

Flight test of indigenously developed helicopter launched Anti-Tank Guided Missile ‘HELINA’ carried out from Advanced Light Helicopter at high-altitude ranges along with participation of Indian Army and Indian Airforce. Helina, a fire-and-forget missile guided by an infrared imaging seeker system, successfully engaged a simulated tank target at high-altitude ranges. It was fired from a Dhruv … Read more

DRDO new Short Range Naval Anti Ship Missile (NASM-SR) for the Indian Navy

Work on Naval Anti Ship Missile (NASM) developed by DRDO has been completed and integration with Sea King helicopter has begun. DRDO was in the process of developing a Naval Short Range Anti shipping Missile (NASM-SR) with an estimated range of 55 km for use with Sea King helicopters and eventually equipped with MH-60R helicopters … Read more

Kestrel WhAP: New armored vehicle for Indian security personal

TATA has started deliveries of the first batch of WhAP (Kestrel) 8 x 8 Armored vehicles to the Central Reserve Police Force, most probably ITBP. Recently a video circulated by military fans on social media shows that TATA and DRDO jointly developed WhAP (Wheeled Armored Amphibious Platform) Kestrel armored vehicle roll out from TATA Pimpri, … Read more

India successfully test fires MRSAM System, destroys target in direct hit

India’s DRDO on Sunday successfully test-fired army variant medium-range surface-to-air missile (MRSAM) off the coast of Odisha’s Balasore. The army version of MRSAM flight tested from ITR off Odisha coast intercepted a high speed aerial target at long range. The target was destroyed by the missile in a direct hit, confirms DRDO. The system’s air … Read more

DRDO’s corner-shot weapon for Indian Police and CRPF

System bends and captures video feed saving soldiers from surprise counter-attacks. A corner-shot weapon system (CSWS) designed and developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is at an advanced stage of being inducted by the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and the Jammu and Kashmir police. The CSWS is a special purpose weapon … Read more

Inside Indian Unmanned Aircraft System and Industries

The Government of India is promoting “Make in India” for self-reliance in the defence sector, which is evident in the several initiatives it has taken that favour potential Indian vendors in terms of indigenisation and technology development. The intention is to encourage Indian firms to design, develop and manufacture defence equipment at the system, subsystem … Read more

Indian Arjun MK1A tank more expensive than T-90, but way better

The Indian Ministry of Defense has spent more than 1 billion USD to order 118 Arjun Mk-1A tanks. Observers said that India’s willingness to spend up to $ 8.6 million for a domestic tank is to promote the development defence weapons in the country. According to the terms of the contract, within 30 months from the … Read more