Tag: DRDO

2nd VERSIONS OF BRAHMOS SUPERSONIC MISSILES TEST FIRED FROM BOTH AIR AND LAND PLATFORMS

Aviation based armed forces variation was terminated toward the evening when a contender fly of the IAF flew from Kalaikunda airbase. India on Tuesday effectively led separate preliminaries of two variations of supersonic journey rocket BrahMos to check its capacity to hit focuses with exactness and precision, Defense sources said An air-propelled BrahMos-A rocket was allegedly terminated from a Sukhoi…

India successfully conducts trial of indigenously made Prithvi-2 missile

India on Tuesday effectively led one more night preliminary of its indigenously created atomic fit Prithvi-2 rocket as a component of a client preliminary for the military from a test extend in Odisha coast, a protection source said. The flight trial of the surface-to-surface rocket was done scarcely a fortnight after two consecutive preliminaries of the Prithvi-2 were led effectively…

MADE IN INDIA TEJAS NAVY GETS READY FOR CARRIER TRIALS

Since 2012, when the first TEJAS (Navy) took off two prototypes (NP-1 & 2) which have been built by the state-owned HAL are already under flight testing This has been a major success for all the agencies including the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), state-owned Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA) and the Indian Navy which has…

AKASH MISSILE:INDIA’S FIRST HOME-MADE SUPERSONIC MISSILE

The rocket is purportedly less expensive and more precise than US’ Patriot rockets because of its strong fuel innovation and cutting edge radars Akash is India’s first indigenously created medium range Surface to Air rocket that can connect with different focuses from various headings. The all-climate rocket can draw in focuses at a speed 2.5 occasions more than the speed…

$850 MILLION PAID – DELIVERIES FOR THE S-400 MISSILE FROM RUSSIA ON-TRACK

The time span for the stockpile of S-400 rocket safeguard frameworks by Russia to India stays on track with the last having made the main installment of $850 million for the expensive resistance bargain worth more than $5 billion, individuals acquainted with improvements said on state of namelessness. The installment, adding up to about 15% of the all out arrangement,…

DRDO TO TEST K-4 SUBMARINE LAUNCHED BALLISTIC MISSILE MEANT TO ARM NUCLEAR SUBMARINES

A test firing of the K-15 ballistic missile by DRDO The 3,500 km range K-4 is a more advanced system than the ‘K-15’ missile DRDO is planning to test on Friday the nuclear-capable K-4 ballistic missile, which will arm the Arihant class of missile-armed nuclear submarines. The K-4 is believed to have a range of around 3,500 km and could…

Few Facts about ‘Pralay’ Short Range Ballistic Missile (SRBM) of India.

The rocket’s name is taken from Sanskrit word ‘pralaya’, which means Total obliteration or demolition. Pralay is a strong fuel Surface-to-Surface guided Short-extend Ballistic rocket for war zone utilize created by DRDO. The rocket depends on Prithvi Defense Vehicle from Indian Ballistic Missile Defense Program. Pralay’s most extreme operational range is 500 km and it conveys a 1000-500 kg warhead.Flying…

SECURITY FORCES GIVEN CLEARANCE TO SHOOT DOWN LOW-FLYING DRONES AT BORDER

New Delhi: Indian security forces have been given clearance to shoot down any drone flying below 1,000 feet across the border in order to deal with increasing infiltration by Pakistan-backed terror groups, said government sources on Sunday. However, reports also suggest that the final clearance to the security forces will be given by relevant agencies. “Security agencies deployed along the…

More than 1,500 understudies take an interest in Indian Army ‘Sangam Youth Festival’ in Jammu

Northern Army leader Lt General Ranbir Singh likewise went to the five-day occasion here on Saturday. He had likewise introduced the occasion on Friday. More than 1,500 understudies from 32 distinct schools and college took an interest in the ‘Sangam Youth Festival.’ (Representational picture) (Raj K Raj/HT PHOTO) More than 1,500 understudies from 32 unique schools and college took an…