As DefExpo, India’s flagship trade show for land-based and naval armament, kicks off, it’s difficult to duck the fact that the flavour in the air […]
After our much-read interviews with FlightGlobal’s Stephen Trimble and Hush-Kit’s Joe Coles, we’re delighted with the next in line on our #EyeOnIndia series. It’s difficult to
After a terrific 10 question #EyeOnIndia round with FlightGlobal’s Stephen Trimble, Livefist is now happy to have one of the world’s most dogged and committed
It’s a typically turbulent time for Indian aviation/aerospace — a vaunted, meandering quest for fighter jets, domestic aircraft programs yearning for some respect, familiar political
It’s fighter contracting season in India! Again. In these times, that sentence would normally qualify to be followed by a slow, long exhalation of breath.
Get the feeling that India’s ‘Make in India’ fighter project(s) have gone cold over the last two months? Well, for one thing, you’re not alone.
Decayed performance at high altitude, insufficient thrust, excessive weight. Some of the problems the DRDO has reported on its Kaveri turbofan engine, a project in
Take a moment to look at the image above. Savour it. This was one among hundreds of posters plastered everywhere at the recently concluded Aero India
As your correspondent reports, the first 1:1 full scale model of India’s fifth generation concept Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (AMCA) is being built in Bengaluru.
India’s Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar today took questions on a piece of procurement action that’s occupying more mindspace than any other — India’s next