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New generation assault rifles
SEP-OCT 2016: In the age of satellite warfare, guns and assault rifles are still the main chorus of the war fighting despite
 
Nuclear warfare
SEP-OCT 2016: Going by the recent trend, in another 15 years from now the terrorists will be able to acquire the capability for new types of mass
 
Modernizing platforms
SEP-OCT 2016: India is in the process of replacing its military heavy lift capability to be able to manage, with some credibility,
 
Chinese economic corridor
SEP-OCT 2016: Political turmoil is rampant on both sides of the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. China and Pakistan have held
 
Robotics and UGV
JUL-AUG 2016: The Defence Research and Development Organisation has been working on robotics to create unmanned ground vehicles
 
DSRV and naval UUVs
JUL-AUG 2016: There is a clear distinction between deep submergence rescue vehicles (DSRV) and unmanned underwater
 
Laser technology
JUL-AUG 2016: A Directed Energy Weapon (DEW) is still in its nascence but there are signs that it could soon bloom into effective reality. India has already made some progress in the use of laser energy for the precision delivery of bombs
 
NSG fall out
JUL-AUG 2016: China has become a teacher in matters pertaining to non proliferation regime and issues involving its conduct among technologically superior nations who are holding signing of NPT as criteria for entering into NSG club.
 
Role of Offshore Patrol Vessels
MAY-JUNE 2016: Protecting India’s vast coastline of around 7500 kms is not an easy task. The challenge assumes
 
Role of OPVs
MAY-JUNE 2016: With the responsibility of protecting and projecting power across more than 50 million square kilometers