Category Archives: Defence

Spying phone calls along Indo-China Border

Information on Indian Army’s deployment along the borders is regularly sought by our adversaries from exchange operators, unsuspecting civilians by using Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) and mobile calls etc.

Detailed Standing Operating Procedures are in place to ensure such calls are not connected to any authorized subscriber. In addition, troops… Read More

Centre of Propulsion Technology

Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has established Bi-nodal “Centre of Propulsion Technology” (CoPT) at IIT Bombay and IIT Madras through an agreement signed on 9th July, 2016 at IIT Bombay amongst DRDO, IIT Bombay and IIT Madras.

The Centre (CoPT) is mandated to plan the research activities in consultation with DRDO, coordinate … Read More

Advanced Landing Grounds

The Indian Air Force (IAF) has so far activated four Advanced Landing Grounds (ALGs) at Ziro, Along, Mechuka and Walong in Arunachal Pradesh.

The ALGs and aviation infrastructure in the North-East are being developed to improve air connectivity in the region. These ALGs would act as transportation hubs during peace time and in case of contingencies like road… Read More

Aviation Equipment

The requirements of Aviation equipment for the Indian Armed Forces are met through both indigenous production and imports. The production details of Aviation equipment are not compiled separately.  However, the details of the total procurement of defence equipment from Indian Vendors and Foreign Vendors for the Armed Forces in the last two years is given… Read More

Ordnance Factory Board

Majority of the requirement of items like Ammunition, Armoured Vehicles, Troop Comfort items etc for Indian Army are met through the Ordnance Factory Board (OFB). The contribution of OFB in meeting the requirement of the Army has increased over the years. In value terms, the supplies by OFB to Army has increased by over 25% in the year 2015-16 compared to 2014-15.… Read More

Indian Bureaucracy wishes its Esteemed Readers a Happy Independence Day

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Tejas Mark 1A

The first Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) – Tejas squadron has been formed on 1st July, 2016 with two LCA Initial Operational Configuration (IOC) Series Production Aircraft. Further, 18 more aircraft in IOC standard are planned for induction by 2018-19. This would be followed by 20 more aircraft in Final Operation Configuration (FOC) standard, which are planned… Read More

Marshal of the Air Force Arjan Singh DFC felicitates 3 Women Fighter Pilots

AF has been inducting women pilots in the flying branch since 1994. Till date, more than 180 women officers have been inducted as pilots in the transport and helicopter streams. Over the years, the women pilots have proved their mettle and have performed at par with their male colleagues. The IAF has recently taken a decision to induct women pilots in the fighter… Read More

IndianBureaucracy.com wishes its Esteemed Readers a Happy Independence Day 2016

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BRO Irregularities

A case of irregularity in the purchase of various types of Hume pipes was noticed in Project Vartak (44 BRTF) of Border Roads Organisation (BRO) for which an internal Court of Inquiry has been ordered by BRO in October 2014. The Court of Inquiry has been finalized in May 2016 under the Orders of Director General Border Roads (DGBR). 10 Officers and 16 Subordinates… Read More

More Atomic Power Units in Rajasthan

The present installed nuclear power capacity in the state of Rajasthan is 1180 MW comprising six units, Rajasthan Atomic Power Station ()1 to 6 at Rawatbhata. Of these, one unit, RAPS, Unit-1(100 MW) is presently under shutdown for techno-economic assessment and the remaining five, RAPS 2 to 6 are operating at their rated capacity.
RAPS
Two units each of 700… Read More