India races to match China, shortlists companies to make submarines

IDD Bureau India is now racing to match China in adding submarines to its naval  fleet. Almost a decade after it started a project to get six conventional diesel-electric submarines, India approved the short listing of two Indian and five foreign companies, who can be possible partners and make the submarines under a $7 Billion

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Indian Navy goes “global” for 100 heavyweight torpedoes

By IDD Bureau The Indian Navy is looking to buy 100 heavy weight submarine-launched torpedoes from global manufacturers despite the stated policy of the government to acquire weapons and equipment made in India. The ship-launched heavyweight torpedoes will made  sourced from indigenous manufacturers. The Indian Navy is looking to buy 100 heavy weight submarine-launched torpedoes

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Despite Nuclear sub success, conventional sub still running behind schedule

India now has specialised submarime rescue system Even as the nuclear submarine, INS Arihant  has propelled India into an exclusive club, plans to build additional conventional submarines has slowed  down with no follow orders to the Kalvari class, the six Scorpenes being built at the Mazagon Docks Limited  (MDL). The strategic community, including the Indian

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