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    We can be trusted partners of jet engine development : Rolls Royce to India

    Rolls Royce is in talks with India about developing a new 110Kn jet engine for the AMCA 5th generation fighter jet programme.

    GE seeks US clearance for the transfer of jet engine technology to India.

    The F414-INS6 engine is a 98kN thrust engine that will be utilised in India's planned Tejas Mk2, TEDBF, and AMCA Mk1 fighter jet programmes. GE intends to propose employing a baseline F-414-EPE that can generate 116kN class of thrust.

    Fifth Kalvari class submarine ‘Vagir’ to be commissioned into Indian Navy on Jan 23

    Indian Navy to commission fifth Kalvari class submarine named 'Vagir' on January 23, 2023. Chief of the Naval Staff, Adm R Hari Kumar, Chief Guest for ceremony. These submarines are being built in India by Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited (MDL) Mumbai.

    Indian Army issues RFI for Drone Jammer (Veh Based)

    The Indian Army has issued an RFI (request for information) for 20 Drone Jammers (Veh Based).

    Tejas MkII to get Weapons Integrated in Multiple Phases

    India's future Tejas Mk2 fighter plane will enter production and IAF Squadron, with at least five armament systems initially approved for the aircraft programme. Wing-tip Close Combat Missiles (CCM) and Two Beyond Visual Range Air-to-Air Missiles likely to be initial weapons.

    Indian Army issues RFI for Tactical Load Haulers

    The Indian Army intends to acquire 300 Tactical Load Haulers for which it has published a Request for Information (request for information)

    Defence News of India: Maheshvarastra-1 Multi Barrel Guided Rocket will replace Russian SMERCH in Indian Army: Solar Group

    Maheshvarastra-1, a Multi Barrel Guided Rocket Launch System with a range of 150 kilometres that will begin replacing the existing Smerch system imported from Russia.

    Defence News of India: India seeks a submarine that does not exist, but one can be developed jointly: Rubin Design Bureau

    Andrey Baranov, the Deputy Director General of the Rubin Design Bureau, has stated that Project 75I is unfeasible because the needed technologies cannot be developed within the timeframes specified.

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