V K Saraswat

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SC stays order against scientists in contempt case

The bench also issued notices on the Centre’s appeal against the HC order.

Voice of dissent

There should no dilution of the current restriction of 26 per cent on FDI in the defence industry.


Beg,borrow & steal for self-reliance in defence production: DRDO ex-chief

Former Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) chief V K Saraswat on Tuesday emphasised there is no harm if the country adopts a policy of “beg,borrow and steal” to develop an indigenous capability in defence production. Addressing the audience at the NASSCOM summit,he said,“Follow all means of technological development. Beg,borrow and steal to attain self-reliance […]

India developing guided bombs for fighter jets

The DRDO has already carried out two trials of such bombs successfully.

India successfully test-fires nuclear capable Agni-IV

India on Wednesday successfully test-fired nuclear capable Agni-IV for its full range of 4,000 km from Wheeler Island,off the coast of Orissa

Six out of 1 lakh soldiers victims of suicide,fratricide: DRDO

Defence agency points out soldiers stationed in adverse conditions,like Siachen,are prone to stress.


There are no second thoughts on MMRCA choice: DRDO chief

Defence Research and Development Organisation chief V K Saraswat who took a sortie in the Swedish Saab Gripen fighter aircraft last month made it clear that his sortie had nothing to do with the Medium Multirole Combat Aircraft deal.

‘We have not understated the range of Agni V. We as a nation don’t have to hide anything with respect to our capabilities’

In this Walk the Talk on NDTV 24x7 with The Indian Express Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta,DRDO chief V K Saraswat talks about Agni V,India’s missile defence system and Tatra trucks

Missile defence system ready for induction: DRDO chief

In ‘Walk the Talk’ programme,DRDO chief confirms system has destroyed incoming missiles in tests.

Can show anti-satellite capability if govt gives nod: DRDO chief

“It will be handed over to the armed forces after two more trials. A maximum of two years is required to operationalise the missile,” Saraswat said.