The Defence Acquisition Council (DAC), chaired by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh accorded approval for capital procurement for the services amounting to over `22,800 crore on Thursday.
Sources said that the budget is now being made looking into five-year modernisation plan and it is very important for the defence forces.
MoS for Defence said to mitigate cyber threats, all the three services of the armed forces have established their respective CERT.
The Apprentices Act, 1961 governs and regulates training and matters pertaining to apprentices in government establishments.
Sources said there are other indigenous equipment and weapons which would be integrated with the aircraft once the deal comes through.
Singh is leaving for Paris on a three-day visit, primarily to receive the first of 36 Rafale fighter jets on Tuesday when Dussehra is coinciding with the foundation day of the Indian Air Force.
Singh was addressing a gathering at the Defence Research and Development Establishment (DRDE) in Gwalior.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and Minister of National Defence of the Republic of Korea, Jeong Kyeongdoo signed two important agreements in Seoul.
He also said that the Municipal Administration has plans to construct lay diversion pipelines to prevent the flow of drainage water into Ramanna Kunta.
The Commission headed by NK Singh was made aware of the MoD’s Fund Projections for the period 2020-2025 which is also the award period of the 15th Finance Commission.
CPI general secretary D Raja has alleged that “fascist approach” of the BJP government at the Centre is posing a threat to democracy.
His first term spanned from 26 to November 9 of 2014 before he was succeeded by fellow saffron giant and former Goa chief minister Manohar Parrikar.
The minister has also given his nod for giving certain relaxation in childcare leave (CCL) provisions in case of women officers in defence forces.
Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL) has made changes in the producers for producing defence equipment with the help of private industries under Make II procedure.
The Navy, in September 2014, had agreed to relocate a 400-year-old Siva temple that is located in the land it seeks from the government.