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Indian Army displays show of strength as Centre inducts M777 Ultra Light Howitzers among other weapons

After a wait of 30 years, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday inducted three M777 Ultra Light Howitzers (ULH), 10 K9 Vajra and field artillery tractors and high mobility gun towing vehicles..
Credit: DNA - Published

MoD enhances financial powers of Tri-Services' Vice Chiefs by 5 times


Credit: newKerala.com - Published

Tri-services vice chiefs' financial powers enhanced


Credit: newKerala.com - Published

Defence Min increases financial powers of all three vice chiefs

FIVE TIMES MORE: The move to Enhance the limit to Rs 500 crore is aimed at expediting decision-making process
Credit: DNA - Published

No dearth of funds and arms: Nirmala Sitharaman

Rejecting the view that the armed forces is facing a financial crunch, triggering scarcity of arms and ammunition, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Tuesday clarified that the amount spent on..
Credit: DNA - Published

Indian Army low on ammunition and supplies, but Nirmala Sitharaman insists vice chiefs given enough power to solve problem

Hyper-nationalistic sentiments extolling the Indian Army's glory and supreme valour cannot place an iron shield on the truth that the defence forces are low on ammunition.
Credit: Firstpost - Published

Defence Ministry grants additional financial powers to vice chiefs of army, navy, air force

It said Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has approved the enhancement of powers to the vice chiefs of the three services to make certain categories of procurement.
Credit: Firstpost - Published

Nirmala Sitharaman enhances financial powers of Army Vice Chiefs

Move aimed at giving a fillip to procurement & operational preparedness
Credit: DNA - Published

MoD sanctions Rs 1,487 cr to Army to improve perimeter security

The defence ministry has sanctioned Rs 1,487 crore to the Army to improve the perimeter security of its bases in the next 10 months. The green signal came days before yet another terror attack on..
Credit: Deccan Herald - Published

Rs 800 crore to improve security of military stations

The Ministry of Defence has authorised the vice chiefs of the army, air force and navy to spend close to Rs 800 crore to improve the perimeter security of military stations without any ministerial..
Credit: Deccan Herald - Published

B'desh will not allow its soil to be used for terror acts: Sheikh Hasina

*Vowing "zero tolerance" against terrorism, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today assured India that Bangladesh will not allow its soil to be used for terror acts against any country as Defence Minister..
Credit: Deccan Herald - Published

Manohar Parrikar discusses military, security ties with Bangladesh

Parrikar, who is accompanied by the Vice Chiefs of the Army and Air Force, Deputy Chief of Navy besides Coast Guard chief, will meet President Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, who holds..
Credit: Firstpost - Published

Parrikar to visit B'desh, first by an Indian defence minister

*Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar will tomorrow embark on a two-day visit to Bangladesh during which he will call on the top leadership there and firm up defence cooperation initiatives ahead of Prime..
Credit: Deccan Herald - Published

CUK plans it big for job aspirants in armed forces

*Young men from the North Karnataka districts are increasingly being drawn towards the Defence services. However, many of them don't make the cut, given the severe competition from other states and..
Credit: Deccan Herald - Published

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