SP Guide Publications puts forth a well compiled articulation of issues, pursuits and accomplishments of the Indian Army, over the years

— General Manoj Pande, Indian Army Chief

I am confident that SP Guide Publications would continue to inform, inspire and influence.

— Admiral R. Hari Kumar, Indian Navy Chief

My compliments to SP Guide Publications for informative and credible reportage on contemporary aerospace issues over the past six decades.

— Air Chief Marshal V.R. Chaudhari, Indian Air Force Chief


  • April 18, 2022
    India-US partnership to challenge China
    By Ranjit Kumar, Strategic Affairs Analyst

    Prime Minister Modi held a virtual Summit with President Biden on April 11, 2022. With Indo-Pacific in mind and to effectively meet the China challenge, the US administration needs to keep India in good humour. A strong US-Indian partnership is a critical building block in a more resilient regional security architecture.

  • April 15, 2022
    India-US reaffirm defence partnership
    By Ranjit Kumar, Strategic Affairs Analyst

    The visit of Rajnath Singh to USA for the 2+2 dialogue provided an opportunity to both sides to extensively review the entire gamut of bilateral defence cooperation

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    April 8, 2022
    Forging the future with a Wearable Robot
    By Neetu Dhulia

    Bringing the iron man closer to home, Gavin Barnes, the lead engineer for Lockheed Martin's exoskeleton technologies program, who was in Delhi recently demonstrated its strength to go the distance.

  • January 27, 2022
    The grandeur of Republic Day 2022
    By Ayushee Chaudhary

    Over seven decades of being a Republic; India showcases its defence, cultural, and developmental highlights around the theme of 'Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav'

  • January 24, 2022
    Republic Day Parade - 2022: A journey through Indian Army's uniform & weaponry evolution
    By Ayushee Chaudhary

    16 marching contingents, 17 military bands and 25 tableaux to mark the nation's 75th year of independence at this Republic Day.

  • January 14, 2022
    “We are resolved to show “Zero Tolerance’ to terror”
    By Neetu Dhulia

    India will “come out victorious” in case of war with China, war stays only as an “instrument of last resort” —General M.M. Naravane said during press conference ahead of Army Day celebrations on a January 15th.

  • December 21, 2021
    Florence Parly in India: Eyes on Rafales and Scorpenes
    By Ranjit Kumar, Strategic Affairs Analyst

    France has emerged as a major supplier of critical weapon platforms like Fighter planes and Submarines along with powerful short range missiles and has been India's fellow in taking care of India's concerns in international forum

  • December 9, 2021
    India-Russia: Defence to get boost
    By Ranjit Kumar, Strategic affairs Analyst

    The Putin-Modi hug in New Delhi, displayed the bonhomie that continue to exist between Indian and Russian leadership despite vastly changed geo-political equations.

  • December 3, 2021
    MoD Revises its Import Ban Decision
    By Ranjit Kumar, Strategic affairs Analyst

    In case the domestic industry is unable to supply equipment urgently needed by the armed forces, in the stipulated time frame, or quantity or where there are any other technical issues, specific cases of imports could be taken up to meet immediate requirement

  • November 2, 2021
    India scraps programme to buy 13 BAE Mk-45 naval guns, commits itself to HAL's Light Utility Helicopters
    By Vishal Thapar

    Decisions aimed to boost Make in India agenda as part of approvals for acquisitions worth $1.1 Billion

  • October 28, 2021
    India test fires Agni-5 ICBM to signal growing maturity of nukes
    By Vishal Thapar

    Work on credible minimum deterrence on track with operationalisation of most potent missile

  • August 2, 2021
    General Richard D. Clark in India - Not a routine visit
    By Ranjit Kumar

    The visit of US Chief of Special Operations Command to India in end-July, has raised speculations of further deepening cooperation between the Special Forces of two countries in which the Florida based US headquarter of the Command would be extending training facilities to Indian commando soldiers of Special Forces Division.

  • August 2, 2021
    India-US: Partnership of the century
    By Ranjit Kumar

    Considering the deepening strategic relationship between India and US and the realisation in Foggy Bottom that India must be on US side to counter the threatening rise and challenge of China to US predominance in the world, the visit of the seven months old Biden administration's Secretary of State was long overdue.

  • June 7, 2021
    Finally, Six more Submarines
    By Ranjit Kumar

    Finally, the long overdue decision has been taken for acquisition of six new attack submarines for the Indian Navy. The Ministry of Defence has cleared the decks for last leg of the acquisition process.

  • May 11, 2021
    DRDO's anti-COVID drug, a silver lining
    By Ayushee Chaudhary

    The Drug Controller General of India has granted permission for emergency use of the drug as adjunct therapy in moderate to severe COVID-19 patients.

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    March 30, 2021
    India-Korea: Success stories
    By Ranjit Kumar

    Both the countries are deepening their bilateral defence cooperation, with Defence and Security engagements having grown exponentially over the last few years

  • March 22, 2021
    US-India inching closer
    By Ranjit Kumar

    With major foundational agreements already in place and no major issues to be sorted out, the U.S. Defence Secretary visit focussed on broader aspects of India US strategic partnership and its role in ensuring peace and security in Indo-pacific region and ways and means to counter the aggressive designs of China

  • March 22, 2021
    US Defence Secretary’s first visit to India to uplift defence cooperation
    By Ayushee Chaudhary

    Austin’s stop in India is a continuation to the Biden-Harris administration's outreach to revitalise ties with partners and allies.

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    March 15, 2021
    QUAD: for the stable health of people, nations and the world ahead
    By Ayushee Chaudhary

    Australia, India, Japan and the United States' leaders come together, amongst the current major challenges of climate change, COVID-19 & security concerns.