Spike gets a new lease of life: Indian Army seeks Israeli missile as an urgent requirement

By Vishal Thapar

240 Spike ER missiles and 12 launchers are being purchased as an "emergency procurement"


Elbit beats Nexter in epic battle to win Indian 155 mm, 52 calibre towed gun competition

By Vishal Thapar

But order for the Israeli ATHOS 2052 howitzer may be reduced from 1,580 guns to just 400 to make way for DRDO's ATAGS


Used in Balakot airstrike, Spice Bombs & Litening pods being made in India

By Vishal Thapar

In the spotlight after the path breaking Indian airstrike on the Jaish-e-Mohammad terror camp at Balakot in Pakistan on February 26, the Spice smart bomb fired with telling effect from Mirage-2000 fighters, and the Litening precision targeting pods which enabled the hits are being made in India.


‘We Continue to Enhance our Capacity to Cater to Imminent Security Situations’: COAS

Interaction of Jayant Baranwal, Editor-in-Chief of SP’s Land Forces with the Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Bipin Rawat


Opportunities for MSMEs in Defence Sector

'It's the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) which are the real power sectors and government is ready to support and ease the complexities in the defence procedures', said the Defence Minister, during the joint seminar on 'Opportunities for MSMEs in Defence Sector', organized by FISME in association with SP Guide Publications.

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