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    iske andar ghuske photo kheech sakte hai kya ? Tab toh pukka ja raha hun mai.. :woot:
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    US Arms Sales To India On The Increase


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    The US is steadily muscling into the lucrative Indian defence market, giving jitters to traditional arms suppliers like Russia, Israel, France and the UK. Having already notched up arms sales worth $8 billion to India in the last few years despite continuing problems over transfer of “sensitive” technology, it’s aiming to corner much more with the Obama-II administration now taking charge in Washington.

    The huge interest in India, which will spend over $100 billion in acquiring weapon systems over the next decade, is evident from the fact that as many as 67 American armament and aviation companies will be hawking their wares in the 9th edition of Aero-India to be held in Bangalore from February 6 to 10.

    Union defence production secretary R K Mathur on Monday said 607 companies, including 352 foreign ones, and 78 official delegations from various countries have already confirmed their participation in the air-show that would be “bigger and better” than the previous editions.

    After the US companies, the largest participation will be from France with 49 firms, followed by the UK (33), Russia (29), Germany (22), Israel (18) and Belgium (16).


    True, the buzz generated in earlier editions, with global aviation majors jostling to grab the $20 billion MMRCA (medium multi-role combat aircraft) project to supply 126 fighters to IAF, will be missing after India down-selected the French Rafale jet for the final commercial negotiations.

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    will china be able to attend the aero India 2013?
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    China has been Invited If I am not wrong. Not sure if they are coming.
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    Last time we are banned.

    I mean why not? A better chance let the whole world know better about our weapon system.
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    Indeed but the Indian MoD is yet to receive a response from Beijing
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    Any big deal expected to be signed on the airs how by IAF?
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    I Think Your Friendship with pakistan has come into play here.....it might be that you Don't want to Upset ur second biggest customer:cheers:
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    China will be attending Aero India 2013 a senior-level delegation is expected to come.
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    Categories Acess Area Rate
    Business Visitor Ticket Valid Form: February 6-8,2013 Exhibition Area Only INR 2000/USD 35
    General Visitor Ticket Valid Form :February 6-8,2013 ADVA Area Only INR 400/USD 15
    General Visitor Ticket Valid Form :February 9-10,2013 ADVA Area Only INR 500/USD 20
    General Visitor Ticket Valid Form :February 9-10,2013 Exhibition Area Only INR 1000/USD 30

    I went for 2000 INR Ticket that will Include Exhibition Area with Air Display.

    Cannot tell you ...This is confidential.
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    You cannot forget Mao... was also equally responsible culprit….Mao wanted to regain his hold on China , CPC and Army….This was the reason behind attack.
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    dude but it says
    Exhibition Area with Air Display (Valid for all areas excluding chalets – weekdays) INR 2000/- and US $35
    Exhibition Area with Air Display (Valid for all area excluding chalets & ADVA) – on weekend INR 1000/- and US $30
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    unlikely, if you are referring to the MMRCA deal, the French Presidents visit next month might be it.

    China has been invited. But no idea about the response.

    India invites Chinese delegation to Aero India air show
    By Rahul Bedi

    1/23/2013

    India has invited China to the 2013 Aero India air show in Bangalore in early February after tensions between the neighbours over disputed borders have eased and bilateral military relations improved.

    Air Chief Marshal N A K Browne sent an invitation to his Chinese counterpart in early January, although R K Mathur, the MoD's secretary of defence production, told reporters in New Delhi on 21 January that the ministry had yet to receive a response from Beijing.

    Industry sources said the MoD was adamant that a Chinese delegation attending the show would in no way be "embarrassed" by participating Taiwanese defence companies, and no Taiwanese flags or national anthem would be allowed at the venue.

    Diplomatic sources told IHS Jane's that India anticipated a "senior" Chinese military delegation visiting Bangalore after the successful conclusion of the fifth bilateral Annual Defence Dialogue in Beijing on 14 January. The two-day deliberations between tri-service delegations headed by Indian Defence Secretary Shashikant Sharma and Lieutenant General Qi Jianghuo, deputy chief of staff of the People's Liberation Army, confirmed the resumption later this year of joint military exercises that terminated acrimoniously in 2009.

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    http://www.janes.com/products/janes/defence-security-report.aspx?id=1065975438

    oh oh oh I cant wait :raise:
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    No big foreign deal to be signed.

    But they'll be many new stuff to be unvielled -

    Production-grade variant of Rudra helicopter-gunship
    First official wind-tunnel model of IAF FGFA
    and a new rocket-powered laser-guided bomb developed by DRDO,

    these are among the things Im looking forward for.
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    BEL to showcase its R&D capabilities at Aero India


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    BEL products to be displayed at AeroIndia-2013: Tablet, Radar Finder, Rugged Laptop, Software Defined Radio, Wrist Wearable Computer


    Bangalore: Navratna Defence PSU Bharat Electronic Limited (BEL) will showcase its R&D capabilities at Aero India 2013 by displaying its latest range of products and systems, developed in-house, at the 9th International Exhibition on Aerospace, Defence & Civil Aviation to be held at Air Force Station Yelahanka, Bengaluru from February 6 to 10, 2013.

    The main highlight of BEL’s display will be Network Centric Warfare (NCW) systems developed indigenously for the Indian defence forces. NCW solutions for the Navy will include Combat Management System, which automates tactical data from the ship’s sensors to provide decision support to the ship’s Command. BEL’s display will also include cutting-edge technology based C4I systems catering to all the 3 Services — like computing elements in various forms, right from wrist-wearable computers, hand-held computers and Tablet PC to rugged laptop; communication equipment such as Software Defined Radio with different variants, HF Radios, Stars V MK III, Militarized WiMAX besides encryptors such as Terminal End Secrecy Device (TESD), IP Encryptor and Bulk Encryptor.

    Research and Development has been BEL’s core competency. The Company is laying increased thrust on development of new technology modules which will be on show at the exhibition such as Microwave Power Modules and TR Modules for use in radars, MEMs-based products for use in sonars, microwave components used in air-borne EW systems and simulator for Akash Missile System, Upgraded Indigenous Forward Observer Simulator, & simulator for Weapon locating Radar. The key elements for underwater solutions which will be on show will be HUMSA test bed with transducers and Expendable Decoys for ships and submarines.

    BEL will highlight its contributions to the Electronic Warfare and Avionics segment with an impressive display of the Multi Sensor Warning System, Missile Approach Warning Systems, Convoy Jammers, Light Weight ESM System, Radar Finger Printing System and other cockpit modules for Light Combat Aircraft. Also on display will be the latest range of laser products, Laser Dazzler Gun, Laser-Based Communication LOS (Line of Sight), passive night vision products and NATO batteries.

    The highlight of BEL’s outdoor display will be the entire range of sub-systems that constitute Integrated Akash Missile System, the indigenous guided missile air defence weapon system; Portable Low-Level Air Defense Radar, Weapon Locating Radar and EMP Shelter.

    Indian Defence News - BEL to showcase its R&D capabilities at Aero India
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