“Massive Submarine Fleet” building better than INS Vishal
India’s Chief of Defence Staff have prioritized the procurement off new submarines and have postponed the plans for a third aircraft carrier and this decision comes at a time when both Pakistan China are fast improving their submarine forces with new submarine inductions and anti-torpedo defensive systems. India’s first Terry hunt class ballistic missile submarine have already conducted deterrence patrol while the second submarine is expected to be inducted in the next few months and the third and the fourth submarines are reportedly in an advanced stage of construction. The Modi government is also processing clearances for the detailed design phase of six new future nuclear-powered submarines under a project worth around 1.2 lakh crore rupees in new has also shortlisted Indian strategic partners and the potential original equipment manufactures to construct conventional submarines in India under project P 75 I as far as the ongoing Project 75 is concerned third scorpion class submarine is currently undergoing its sea trials. The fourth submarine was launched in May 2019. The fifth submarine is scheduled to be launched soon and the 6th will be formally launched by 2021.
AK-203 Price Resolved: Final Contract Set To Be Signed Shortly
According to latest media reports all price issues regarding the purchase of 7.5 lakh KK 203 rifles have been resolved and India and Russia are set to sign the commercial contract very soon top officials have said that there is a transfer off Technology clause incorporated in the agreement and certain units will come from Russia as semi knockdown kits and subsequently the joint venture will look at local production for the indigenous requirement as well as export to friendly countries.
Russia Offers To India: Project 23000E Shtorm Supercarrier Design For India
Russia has offered their project 23 thousand shtorm nuclear-powered supercarriers design for India’s third aircraft carrier project which is also a contender for Russia’s own future aircraft carrier programme. The supercarrier has a displacement of 100,000 tons and it can be powered either by conventional or nuclear propulsion and it can remain deployed for 120 days with 90 Deck based fighter jets. Top experts have said that the old Soviet carriers were constructed in Ukraine and Russia’s shipbuilding industry currently lacks the capacity to build a supercarrier and does not even have a large enough dry dock to accommodate the carrier of its size. Russia tried to gain valuable insights into carrier building techniques. During the process of overhauling and modernizing our INS, we crammed for the Indian Navy.
Russia Proposes Unified After Sales Service for All Russian Aircraft
The President of Russia’s United Aircraft Corporation has proposed a unified after-sales service for all the Russian aircraft in the Indian Air Force which is also considered as an urgent need of India and necessary element in the development of Indo-Russian strategic cooperation. He also said that Russia is ready to deliver MIG-35 fighter jet in the final version and will also transfer the necessary documentation for the production of these aircraft to Indian strategic partners with a transfer of technology. Russia is also ready to test the 3,000 kilometres range prototype hypersonic system form Su-57 fifth-generation stealth fighter jet, that will be carried inside the fuselage