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The Counter-MMRCA Strategy OF Pakistan Air Force

Indian Air Force (IAF) has finalised the long awaited deal of 126 Medium Multi Role Combat Aircraft (MMRCA) with Dassault, a leading aviation industry of France. Dassault will deliver 126 Rafale MMRCA to India in the next decade. The first batch of 18 aircrafts will be delivered from France. The remaining aircraft will be built in India. The $11bn (£7bn) ...

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Chinese Goojje Search Engine Claims It’s Google’s Sister

Goojje Chinese search engine Say hello to Goojje, a Chinese search engine that looks remarkably like one we’ve seen before. It launched on January 14, and yes, it’s filtered for less flavour. The way the name works is this: Jie Jie (Goojje) is mandarin for sister, while “ge ge” (Google) means big brother (er, shouldn’t that be the other way ...

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Germans Set To Deliver Advanced Dolphin Submarine To Israel

 Israeli submarine Dolphin One of the world’s most advanced German manufactured submarines is slated to be sent to Israel this year. German media reported last week that the 68-meter Dolphin submarine, the largest post-World War II submarine to be built in the Federal Republic, was openly placed in the harbor of the northern city of Kiel. The Dolphin submarines are ...

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China’s Hackers Stole Google Source Code: Researcher

The hackers behind the attacks on Google Inc and dozens of other companies operating in China stole valuable computer source code by breaking into the personal computers of employees with privileged access, a security firm said on Wednesday. The hackers targeted a small number of employees who controlled source code management systems, which handle the myriad changes that developers make ...

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Chengdu And Pakistan Working On JF-17 Two-Seat Version

JF-17 The Chengdu works of Avic’s combat aircraft subsidiary is developing a two-seat version of the JF-17 Thunder fighter in cooperation with the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, say Chinese industry executives. The two-seater will be adaptable for conversion training and combat roles, they say, though as a fighter it will not perform as well as the single-seat version. The JF-17 is ...

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A Light On Pakistan’s Nuclear Submarine Project

 Courtesy—–www.grandestrategy.com In late 2011 an internet rumor spread about Pakistan’s development of nuclear submarines and in early 2012, we have heard major news networks in Pakistan announce the development of Pakistan’s nuclear submarines “in 5-8 years”. The earliest news of Pakistan’s nuclear submarine project was in 2006 when General Musharraf announced that Pakistan now has the technology to build nuclear ...

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India To Develop Next-generation Electronic Warfare System

India plans to develop new-generation Electronic Warfare (EW) systems to be fitted on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, aircraft and satellites that would help it see “deep inside enemy territories”, a key defence research and development official said here on Tuesday. Chief Controller, Research and Development (Electronics and Computer Sciences), Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), R Sreehari Rao, said the present ...

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