In a boost to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ initiative, American defence technology major Lockheed Martin and Tata Advanced Systems Limited, under their joint venture Tata Lockheed Martin Aerostructures Limited (TLMAL), have inaugurated a 4,700 square-meter metal-to-metal bonding… Continue Reading
It’s jet set, go, all over again! India has kicked off a fresh dogfight for its $20 billion “mother of all defence deals” by re-inviting global aviation majors to compete for producing fighter jets in India under the government’s “strategic… Continue Reading
In the last 4 years, India have taken a big lap in the Global Indexing of Development. From the Financial, Marketing, Manufacturing, Tourism, Skill Development and Pharmacy sharing some article.
India’s state-owned aerospace manufacturer Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) has reported its highest-ever sales turnover of $2.7 billion during the financial year 2017-18, which ended on 31 March 2018. A year before, the firm had reported a turnover of $2.62 billion.
As India pushes for defence indigenisation through ‘Make in India’, Rahul Chaudhry, Chairman of Defence Innovators & Industry Association (DIIA) & CEO of Tata Power SED, explains to BusinessLine. View more at #Hindustan360.
Report Indian Nuclear Exceptionalism’ by the Harvard University Belfer Centre mentions that India has a fissile stock worth 2600 nuclear warheads. Presently India is in the third position as per report. View more at #Hindustan360.
Endorsing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Make In India vision, French conglomerate Alstom plans to manufacture 800 “super high-power” locomotives in India over a decade. View more at #Hindustan360.
Industry debt is estimated to increase to Rs 75,000 crore as on March 31, 2017 and planing on improving capacity addition to its domestic flights. View more at #Hindustan360.
India and Russia have agreed to set up joint ventures for manufacturing aircraft and automobiles as the two nations look to boost trade and economic ties. View more at #Hindustan360.
Cabinet approved a major push towards the government’s indigenisation drive, opening up a potentially $600 billion-plus market for Indian manufacturing and services companies. View more at #Hindustan360.