Latest Indian Defense News: Aerospace & Security

  • Indian Defense Stocks Are Soaring to New Heights

    Indian Defense Stocks Are Soaring to New Heights

    Defense company stocks like Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL), Bharat Electronics (BEL), and others have seen a surge of up to 5% because people are positive about their future. These stocks have been on an upward trend, reaching their highest values ever. The Indian government is pushing hard to make the country self-sufficient in the latest weapon…

  • Russian Companies Spend $4 Billion on Indian Arms, Using Rupees for Payment

    Russian Companies Spend $4 Billion on Indian Arms, Using Rupees for Payment

    Russian exporters had about $8 billion in Vostro accounts until October, but they didn’t spend it due to few investment options in India. Recently, they’ve started using these funds, spending nearly $4 billion on Indian defense equipment, other imports, and securities. These Vostro accounts, managed by Indian banks for foreign banks, help Russia and India…

  • Austin Lands in New Delhi as U.S. and India Make Progress in Defense Technology Partnership

    Austin Lands in New Delhi as U.S. and India Make Progress in Defense Technology Partnership

    Today, U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III landed in New Delhi, marking his ninth visit to the Indo-Pacific region. He’s here to discuss boosting defense cooperation and working more closely with India’s military. Austin and Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh are set to meet to discuss growing their defense partnership and sparking new…

  • Fujian: China’s Latest and Largest Aircraft Carrier

    Fujian: China’s Latest and Largest Aircraft Carrier

    This week, China turned heads with the debut of its biggest and most sophisticated aircraft carrier yet, the Fujian, as it set sail from Shanghai’s Jiangnan shipyard for its first sea trials. The Fujian will undergo its sea trials in the East China Sea, roughly 130 kilometers from where it’s been taking shape for over…

  • US Imposes Sanctions on Over 280 in Response to Russia’s Chemical Weapon Use in Ukraine

    US Imposes Sanctions on Over 280 in Response to Russia’s Chemical Weapon Use in Ukraine

    The United States has leveled accusations against Russia for employing the chemical weapon chloropicrin on Ukrainian troops amid the conflict. It has initiated sanctions against over 280 individuals and entities to penalize Russia for its acts of international aggression. In a statement, the US State Department announced, “We are delivering a determination to Congress under…

  • Indian Forces Enhance Strike Range with New Rampage Missile Induction

    Indian Forces Enhance Strike Range with New Rampage Missile Induction

    The Indian Air Force has recently added the Rampage missile to its arsenal. This long-range, supersonic missile can strike targets up to 250 kilometers away. Known as the High-Speed Low Drag-Mark 2, the Israeli Air Force used it against Iranian targets. Now, the Rampage is part of the Indian Air Force’s Russian-made jets, including the…