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Rajnath lays foundation stone for construction of underpasses to join IMA in Dehradun

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh has laid the foundation stone for the construction of underpasses at the Indian Military Academy in Dehradun of Uttarakhand via video conferencing. Read More
 
 

No offsets applicable in IGA, G2G, single vendor

Offsets will not be applicable in three categories, including Inter-Government Agreement (IGA), Government--to--Government (G2G) deal and single-vendor, a senior official in the defense ministry said on Monday. Read More
 
 

Rajnath Singh unveils new Defence Acquisition Procedure

Aiming to make India as a global manufacturing destination of military platforms, reduce timelines for acquisition of defence equipment and allow purchase of essential items by the three services, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday unveiled a new Defence Acquisition Procedure (DAP). Read More
 
 

DAC approves defence proposals worth ₹2,290 crore

The Defence Acquisition Council approved proposals for capital acquisitions of various equipment required by the Indian armed forces at an approximate cost of ₹2,290 crore. Read More
 
 

DAC approves for another 72,000 Sig Sauer assault rifles from US

The Defence Acquisition Council approved the purchase of another 72,000 Sig Sauer assault rifles for the Indian Army from the United States. The deal is worth ₹780 crore. Read More
 
 

Former Union minister Jaswant Singh passes away in Delhi

Former Union cabinet minister Jaswant Singh passed away on Sunday after a prolonged illness. He had cardiac arrest this morning. Read More
 
 

Inauguration of 43 bridges postponed

The government on Thursday postponed the inauguration of 43 bridges made by the Border Road Organisations across 7 states and Union Territories In the wake of state mourning due to demise of Minister of State for Railways Suresh Angadi. Read More
 
 

Parliament: No change in patrolling pattern along LAC with China, says Rajnath Singh

Defence minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday reiterated that there would be no change in patrolling pattern of Indian armed forces along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) with China where several friction points come up since April as and when the China’s PLA started amassing equipment and troops. Read More
 
 

India remain prepared to deal with all contingencies: Rajnath on border row

Reiterating the commitment of the government to protect India's sovereignty and territorial integrity, Defence minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday asserted that India will not accept any attempt to change the status quo at Line of Actual Control (LAC) which acts as border with China and remain prepared to deal with all contingencies. Read More
 
 

Rajnath Singh on boundary issue with China in Ladakh

Both India and China have formally agreed that the boundary question is a complex issue which requires patience and have committed to seeking a fair, reasonable and mutually acceptable solution through dialogue and peaceful negotiations. Read More
 
 

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