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Aero India is an aviation exhibition held in Bangalore, India. The Aero India is a biennial air show which will be held at Yelahanka Air Force Station.

Aero India is organized by Defence Exhibition Organisation, the Ministry of Defence and is held in association with the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), the Indian Air Force (IAF), the Department of Space and the Union Ministry for Civil Aviation.

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6th Generation Armouring Technology from MKU - Sets New Benchmarks for Performance and Mission Capabilities of Armoured Helicopters
Business Wire IndiaMKU has introduced its 6th Generation ballistic protection technology, Polyshield V6 that will reduce the weight and thickness of armor solutions by almost 40%. This will improve the performance and mission capability of armoured helicopters. This technology has been developed after extensive R&D by MKU’s team of experts and engineers based in Germany and India

BAE Systems’ Aero India Showcase Underscores Commitment to Make in India
Business Wire IndiaEncouraged by Prime Minister Modi’s call to Make in India, BAE Systems’ showcase at the tenth edition of Aero India extends its Make in India commitment to a range of platforms and technologies

Sweden India Nobel Memorial Quiz 2014 in Gujarat
Sweden India Nobel Memorial Quiz will host its qualifier round of the 10-city, annual, intercollegiate quiz competition in Ahmedabad, Gujarat on October 11th, 2014 at CEPT Auditorium. The competition, which is a part of The Sweden India Nobel Memorial Week is organised by The Embassy of Sweden and Swedish industry in India. Mr

Sattva Group Partners with IIAAT, Russia for Advanced High-Tech Aerospace and Defence Equipments
At the Aero India 2013 in Bangalore, city based Reality to Aerospace major Sattva Group and International Institute of Advanced Aerospace Technologies (IIAAT), St. Petersburg, Russia, announced a collaborative partnership in Aerospace sectors. Russia has been the largest supplier of Defence equipment to India and offers huge potential for such partnership

Indian Air Force open to Dhoni flying Sukhoi-30MKI
Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni could become second cricketer after master blaster Sachin Tendulkar to light up the skies by flying a Sukhoi-30MKI, the most lethal fighter jet in the Indian Air Force.

Indian inventor claims to have made 'flying car'
An Indian inventor, A.K. Vishwanath, has claimed that he has made a flying car with the help of India's first small car, Maruti.

Naveen Jindal flies French Rafael at Bangalore's Aero India show
Lok Sabha MP Naveen Jindal took to the skies as he co-piloted Dassault's Rafael fighter aircraft on the third day of the Aero India 2011 show here.

Lockheed denies media reports, says F-22 not joining final day of Aero India 2011
Stealth fighter F-22, the United States fifth-generation aircraft, is not coming to participate in the final day's air show during Aero India 2011 being held at the Yelahanka Air Force station in Bangalore.

Indian Air force is looking for fifth generation aircraft
Air Chief Marshal PV Naik has said that increasing and mordernising the fleet is the primary focus of Indian Air Force (IAF).

German Defence Minister meets Manmohan Singh
German Defence Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg met the Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh, here on Wednesday.

Ratan Tata to fly F/A-18 Super Hornet at Aero India
Tata Group chairman, Ratan Tata, who is a keen aviation enthusiast, is not a man to miss Aero India and will fly in Boeing's fighter jet F/A-18 Super Hornet on Thursday at the biennial event.

India gives Cheetah helicopter to Namibian Air Force, two Chetaks in pipeline
India's defence major Hindustan Aeronautics Limited has handed over a Cheetah Helicopter to the Namibian Air Force at the Aero India 2011 here, with two more Chetaks helicopters in pipeline to be delivered by middle of this year.

Govt. to encourage joint ventures in Defence
Assuring that India's defence expenditure would continue to grow in the next two decades, Defence Minister AK Antony on Wednesday said that the government will continue to encourage joint ventures for the development of the Aerospace Industry in the country.

India cannot depend on foreign suppliers for state of art weapons system: Antony
Stressing the need for more indigenisation in military technology, Defence Minister AK Antony on Wednesday said that for the supply of state of art weapons system India cannot depend on foreign suppliers, as they provide second-grade equipment.

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