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    Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo is calling out the Navy on its negotiation process saying it needlessly risks jobs on Guam.

    published: 26 Dec 2012
  • Commercial Negotiations Gather Speed For $4 Billion Indo-Russia Frigate Deal

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    published: 08 Mar 2017
  • India To Kick Off Price Talks For Russian Ships Next Week

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    published: 11 Jan 2018
  • The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! (9/10) Movie CLIP - Maybe This'll Help (1988) HD

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  • INDIA TO KICK OFF PRICE TALKS FOR RUSSIAN WARSHIPS NEXT WEEK

    The price talks will be for the acquisition of four new stealth frigates. The navy operates six stealth frigates bought from Russia India and Russia will begin key price talks next week for the acquisition of four new stealth frigates to scale up the Indian Navy’s capabilities, a top government official familiar with the matter said on Wednesday. Two of the warships will be constructed at the Yantar Shipyard in Kaliningrad and the remaining two at Goa Shipyard Limited (GSL). “Price negotiation with a visiting Russian delegation will begin on January 15. GSL has the expertise and infrastructure to build the warships in the country,” said the public sector yard’s chairman, Rear Admiral Shekhar Mital (Retd). India is prepared to drive a hard bargain for the project, said a defence minis...

    published: 11 Jan 2018
  • Boxer CRV negotiating knife edge

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    published: 06 Sep 2017
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  • India-Russia Deal to Start Working For Krivak Class Frigate Fitted With the BrahMos

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    published: 07 Mar 2017
  • Investing in France and Italy

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    published: 26 Dec 2014
  • US, India Sharing Information on Chinese Submarines, Here's Why That Matters

    This video shows you that US, India Sharing Information on Chinese Submarines, Here's Why That Matters. The United States and India have started sharing information on Chinese submarines in the Indian Ocean region, Admiral Harry Harris, commander of U.S. Pacific Command, confirmed last week in New Delhi. Speaking to reporters at this year’s Raisina Dialogue, a security forum held in New Delhi, Harris said that “There is sharing of information regarding Chinese maritime movement in the Indian Ocean.” Harris added that the United States works “closely with India and with improving India’s capability to do that kind of surveillance. Malabar exercise… helps us hone our ability to track what China is doing in the Indian Ocean. Chinese submarines are clearly an issue and we know they are operati...

    published: 25 Jan 2017
  • Are America and India Building an ‘Aircraft Carrier’ Alliance?

    Are America and India Building an ‘Aircraft CarrierAlliance? America appears ready to provide a significant boost to India’s future aircraft carrier . According to Indian media reports, the United States and India have entered the final stages of a negotiation for Washington to equip Delhi’s future aircraft carrier with a state-of-the-art electromagnetic aircraft launch system (EMALS). Ahead of President Donald Trump’s meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi this month, an eleven member U.S. delegation led by Rear Adm. Brian Antonio, the U.S. Navy’s Program Executive Officer for aircraft carriers, met with Indian counterparts in western India from October 29–31. The Indian side was led by Vice Admiral DM Deshpande, Controller Warship Production and Acquisition, the Hindustan Times r...

    published: 12 Nov 2017
  • India-Russia Deal to Start Working For Krivak Class Frigate Fitted With the BrahMos

    India-Russia Deal to Start Working For Krivak Class Frigate Fitted With the BrahMos India-Russia Deal to Start Working For Krivak Class Frigate Fitted With the BrahMos India-Russia Deal to Start Working For Krivak Class Frigate Fitted With the BrahMos India-Russia Deal to Start Working For Krivak Class Frigate Fitted With the BrahMos India-Russia Deal to Start Working For Krivak Class Frigate Fitted With the BrahMos India's Defense Ministry has cleared Krivak class frigate deal which was signed when Russian President Vladimir Putin visited India in October 2016. NEW DELHI (Sputnik) — The Indian government has asked its shipyards to start working on the $4-billion Indo-Russia Krivak class project. Under this project, two state-of-the-art frigates will be constructed at an Indian shipyard...

    published: 29 Apr 2017
  • Hyundai Merchant Marine in last-ditch negotiations with foreign ship owners to reduce charter rates

    현대상선•해외선주 오늘 용선료 협상 마지막 담판 Korea's number-two shipper, Hyundai Merchant Marine, is in last-ditch negotiations with foreign ship owners to negotiate a reduction in its charter fees in an attempt to stave off bankruptcy. The company is looking for a 30-percent reduction and may even offer equity in exchange. Kwon Jang-ho reports. It's a negotiation that could make or break the future of Korea's second largest shipping company. Hyundai Merchant Marine is meeting with five unnamed foreign ship owners in Seoul on Wednesday to ask for a reduction in charter rates,... as it tries to dig itself out of a mounting debt crisis. Hyundai recorded a loss of over 200-million U.S. dollars last year alone, and in a deal made with its creditors last month, it promised it would renegotiate its charter fees ...

    published: 18 May 2016
  • India Makes Significant Progress In Full ToT Talks For 12 Minesweeper Vessels From S.Korea

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    published: 23 Apr 2017
  • We got better pricing for Rafale jets Defence Minister

    The government said today that there cannot be any comparison between the cost of the 36 Rafale fighter jets it inked with France and the price negotiated by the previous UPA regime for the original 126- fighter aircraft deal as the deliverables were different. Replying to a question on the issue in the Rajya Sabha, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said a better price was ensured while finalising the deal for 36 Rafale jets and that there was no increase in its cost. She, however, did not give the rates at which government is procuring the combat jets from France. "The cost of the 36 Rafale aircraft cannot be directly compared to the cost of the original MMRCA (Medium Multi Role Combat Aircraft) proposal as the deliverables are significantly different," she said. The minister said b...

    published: 19 Dec 2017
  • Air Force Close To Sealing A Mega Make In India Defence Deal

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    published: 04 Feb 2018
  • Battlestar Galactica Deadlock #31 Chapter 10 Negotiation

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    published: 03 Oct 2017
  • Trade minister encourages country′s biggest shipbuilders and carmakers 조선, 자동차

    Two sectors at the heart of Korea′s economy were having a rough time due to sluggish conditions at home and abroad. To show its solidarity with shipbuilding and auto industries.,... Korea′s trade minister visited the nation′s biggest shipyard and automobile plant on Wednesday, hoping for better results in the second half of the year. Kwon Soa reports from Ulsan. They are Korea′s biggest automaker and the world′s largest shipbuilder. Hyundai Motor Company and Hyundai Heavy Industries,… both of their headquarters situated in the southeastern city of Ulsan. Along with electronics and steel, they embody Korea′s growth engines. ″But with the negative growth in outbound shipments throughout the first half of the year,... there are growing concerns that even Korea’s key export sectors are some...

    published: 16 Jul 2015
  • House GOP: Senate Must Negotiate to End Shutdown

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  • MCMV Manufacture To Begin In Goa Next Year : Parrikar

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    published: 24 Oct 2016
  • WoW - An Apexis Relic Quest

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    published: 06 Jun 2013
  • 5 OSHA Regulations for Construction Workers

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    published: 01 Aug 2017
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    published: 10 Feb 2016
  • Govt. Set To Place A Multi Billion $ Mega Order To Build 4 Assault Helicopter Carriers In India

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    published: 24 Nov 2016
  • India plans to build 4 25,000-ton Helicopter Assault Carriers

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    published: 26 Nov 2016
  • Germany offers Stealth Submarine Technology along with BrahMos integration under 'Make in India'

    Germany offers Stealth Submarine Technology along with BrahMos integration under 'Make in India' Germany's Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems, which is pitching HDW-class 214 submarine for India’s P75 (I) project has offered to integrate any weapon system, including ‘Brahmos’ onto its submarines if it bags the deal. Gurnad Sodhi, Managing Director of thyssenkrupp Marine Systems’ operations in India said that thyssenkrupp is ready to integrate any weapon system, including ‘Brahmos’ onto the latest 214 Class Submarines for the upcoming project P75 (I) project. “We fully support the ‘Make and Made in India’ policy which would encompass inter-alia Transfer of Technology (ToT), training and meeting all offset obligations. We are awaiting the government’s decision on the Strategic Partner chapter ...

    published: 02 Jul 2016
  • Germany Offers Stealth Submarine Technology Along With BrahMos Integration Under 'Make In India'

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    published: 02 Jul 2016
  • Indian GRSE Emerges Lowest Bidder For Philippines Navy’s Frigates Contract

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    published: 15 Jun 2016
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Congresswoman says Navy negotiating in bad with Shipyard lease

Congresswoman says Navy negotiating in bad with Shipyard lease

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Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo is calling out the Navy on its negotiation process saying it needlessly risks jobs on Guam.
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Commercial Negotiations Gather Speed For $4 Billion Indo-Russia Frigate Deal

Commercial Negotiations Gather Speed For $4 Billion Indo-Russia Frigate Deal

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This video shows you that Commercial Negotiations Gather Speed For $4 Billion Indo-Russia Frigate Deal. The Indian government has asked its shipyards to start working on the $4-billion Indo-Russia Krivak class project. Under this project, two state-of-the-art frigates will be constructed at an Indian shipyard, most likely to be the Goa Shipyard, and will be fitted with the BrahMos supersonic cruise missiles. A Russian delegation comprising specialists from Yantar shipyard has expressed satisfaction at the Goa Shipyard on a March 3 visit. The team has been visiting Indian shipyards for the project and had been to Mazagon Dockyard, Cochin Shipyard, L&T shipyard and Reliance's Pipavav shipyard. But since the government-owned shipyards at Mazagon, GRSE and Cochin are engaged with various important projects of Indian Navy, the Goa Shipyard would get the frigate building deal. The Goa Shipyard had undergone modification for construction and integration of warships with stealth capabilities. "Works to finalize the commercial note for the project will commence very soon. This is a very complex project which involves several vendors. Due to its complex structure, it may take time," defense sources told Sputnik. The project is said to require final approval from the Indian Cabinet Committee on Security which comprises the Indian Prime Minister, the defense minister, the external affairs minister, the finance minister and the home minister. Earlier, Indian Defense Minister Manohar Parrikar had said that a consensus had been reached with Ukraine for power plants to be fitted in the Russian-made frigates. The basic structure of two frigates has already been completed in Russia, while the other two frigates will be constructed at Indian shipyards with associated technology transfer. "All Indian equipment will be fitted on the frigate. So, it is a stealth variety where we are involved in the design," Parrikar said last year. Ongoing negotiation would be the follow-on warships of the Talwar class frigates (Modified Krivak III class) already operational in the Indian Navy since 2003. The Talwar class has a displacement of 4,000 tons and speed of 30 knots and is capable of accomplishing a wide variety of naval missions, primarily, finding and eliminating enemy submarines and large surface ships. Due to the use of stealth technologies and a special hull design, the resulting frigate features reduced radar cross section as well as electromagnetic, acoustic and infrared signatures. frigate, russian navy, russia ukraine, ukraine crisis, indiannavy, ukraine conflict, shivalik, russian navy news, russian navy ships, carrier india, crimea crisis, navy india, russia news, ukraine news, ukraine news today, news ukraine, ukraine russia, news from ukraine, russia ukraine news, ukraine Channel Link: https://www.youtube.com/c/Globalconflict7
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India To Kick Off Price Talks For Russian Ships Next Week

India To Kick Off Price Talks For Russian Ships Next Week

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This video shows you that India To Kick Off Price Talks For Russian Ships Next Week. India and Russia will begin key price talks next week for the acquisition of four new stealth frigates to scale up the Indian Navy’s capabilities, a top government official familiar with the matter said on Wednesday. Two of the warships will be constructed at the Yantar Shipyard in Kaliningrad and the remaining two at Goa Shipyard Limited (GSL). “Price negotiation with a visiting Russian delegation will begin on January 15. GSL has the expertise and infrastructure to build the warships in the country,” said the public sector yard’s chairman, Rear Admiral Shekhar Mital (retd). India is prepared to drive a hard bargain for the project, said a defence ministry official tracking the navy’s modernisation programme. The navy currently operates six stealth frigates – three Talwar class and three Teg class – bought from Russia and inducted between 2003 and 2013. The new Grigorovich-class ‘Project 1135.6’ frigates will be powered by gas turbine engines to be supplied by Ukrainian firm Ukroboronprom’s Gas Turbine Research & Production Complex Zorya-Mashproekt, a deal being negotiated separately by India.Ukraine refused deliveries of the gas turbine engines to Russia after the 2014 Crimea conflict unfolded. We are talking to the Ukrainians directly,” the official said. India and Russia inked an inter-governmental agreement in October 2016 for the four 4,000-tonne frigates, which are likely to be equipped with BrahMos supersonic cruise missiles. Russian delegations toured the GSL last year and found the production facilities to be satisfactory to take on the project. Building the frigates will be a challenging task for the Indian shipyard that has created facilities for construction of mine counter-measure vessels and supplied advanced offshore patrol vessels, fast patrol boats and interceptor craft to the navy and the coast guard. current relationship between india and russia, fgfa news, india and russia latest news, india and russia news, india and russia relations, india defence deal, india relation with russia, india russia, india russia defence, india russia defence deals, india russia defence news, india russia news, india russia relations, india russia relations latest news, india to russia, modi putin, modi russia, pakistan russia relations, relation between india and russia, russia india ====================================================================================================== DISCLAIMER: Each and every content used in this video is not imaginary. All are taken from reputed news agencies. This video doesn’t meant to hurt anybody's personal feelings,beliefs and religion. We are not responsible for any of these statements used in this video. If you have any suggestion or query regarding this video, you can contact me on YouTube personal Message and you can send me message in my Facebook page. Thank you & regards Global conflicts ====================================================================================================== Channel Link: https://www.youtube.com/c/Globalconflict7 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GlobalConflict7/ Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/globalconflict/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Gl0balC0nflict ======================================================================================================
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The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! (9/10) Movie CLIP - Maybe This'll Help (1988) HD

The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! (9/10) Movie CLIP - Maybe This'll Help (1988) HD

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The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! movie clips: http://j.mp/1BcPNSX BUY THE MOVIE: http://amzn.to/tTe4H5 Don't miss the HOTTEST NEW TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/1u2y6pr CLIP DESCRIPTION: Drebin (Leslie Nielsen) trades bribes with a dock worker. FILM DESCRIPTION: Seeking vengeance when his partner (Simpson) is shot full of holes by drug dealers, Lt. Frank Drebin searches for the Mister Big behind it all. Drebin suspects above-reproach shipping magnate Vincent Ludwig, but he can't prove a thing. Bumped from the force by the mayor, Drebin, with the unexpected assistance of Ludwig's ex-girlfriend, manages to nab the bad guy at a baseball game, where Reggie Jackson has been programmed to assassinate Queen Elizabeth. CREDITS: TM & © Paramount (1988) Cast: Joe Grifasi, Leslie Nielsen Director: David Zucker Producers: Jim Abrahams, Kevin Marcy, John D. Schofield, Robert K. Weiss, David Zucker, Jerry Zucker Screenwriters: Jim Abrahams, Pat Proft, David Zucker, Jerry Zucker WHO ARE WE? The MOVIECLIPS channel is the largest collection of licensed movie clips on the web. Here you will find unforgettable moments, scenes and lines from all your favorite films. Made by movie fans, for movie fans. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR MOVIE CHANNELS: MOVIECLIPS: http://bit.ly/1u2yaWd ComingSoon: http://bit.ly/1DVpgtR Indie & Film Festivals: http://bit.ly/1wbkfYg Hero Central: http://bit.ly/1AMUZwv Extras: http://bit.ly/1u431fr Classic Trailers: http://bit.ly/1u43jDe Pop-Up Trailers: http://bit.ly/1z7EtZR Movie News: http://bit.ly/1C3Ncd2 Movie Games: http://bit.ly/1ygDV13 Fandango: http://bit.ly/1Bl79ye Fandango FrontRunners: http://bit.ly/1CggQfC HIT US UP: Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1y8M8ax Twitter: http://bit.ly/1ghOWmt Pinterest: http://bit.ly/14wL9De Tumblr: http://bit.ly/1vUwhH7
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INDIA TO KICK OFF PRICE TALKS FOR RUSSIAN WARSHIPS NEXT WEEK

INDIA TO KICK OFF PRICE TALKS FOR RUSSIAN WARSHIPS NEXT WEEK

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The price talks will be for the acquisition of four new stealth frigates. The navy operates six stealth frigates bought from Russia India and Russia will begin key price talks next week for the acquisition of four new stealth frigates to scale up the Indian Navy’s capabilities, a top government official familiar with the matter said on Wednesday. Two of the warships will be constructed at the Yantar Shipyard in Kaliningrad and the remaining two at Goa Shipyard Limited (GSL). “Price negotiation with a visiting Russian delegation will begin on January 15. GSL has the expertise and infrastructure to build the warships in the country,” said the public sector yard’s chairman, Rear Admiral Shekhar Mital (Retd). India is prepared to drive a hard bargain for the project, said a defence ministry official tracking the navy’s modernisation program. The navy currently operates six stealth frigates – three Talwar class and three Teg class – bought from Russia and inducted between 2003 and 2013. The new Grigorovich-class ‘Project 1135.6’ frigates will be powered by gas turbine engines to be supplied by Ukrainian firm Ukroboronprom’s Gas Turbine Research & Production Complex Zorya-Mashproekt, a deal being negotiated separately by India.Ukraine refused deliveries of the gas turbine engines to Russia after the 2014 Crimea conflict unfolded. We are talking to the Ukrainians directly,” the official said. India and Russia inked an inter-governmental agreement in October 2016 for the four 4,000-tonne frigates, which are likely to be equipped with BrahMos supersonic cruise missiles. Russian delegations toured the GSL last year and found the production facilities to be satisfactory to take on the project. Building the frigates will be a challenging task for the Indian shipyard that has created facilities for construction of mine counter-measure vessels and supplied advanced offshore patrol vessels, fast patrol boats and interceptor craft to the navy and the coast guard.
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Boxer CRV negotiating knife edge

Boxer CRV negotiating knife edge

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A Rheinmetall Boxer CRV negotiating the terrain in southeast Queensland during early September 2017. The Boxer CRV is competing for the Australian Army's Land 400 Phase 2 Combat Reconnaissance Vehicle (CRV) program. Video: DTR
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Quality control activities in ship construction

Quality control activities in ship construction

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India-Russia Deal to Start Working For Krivak Class Frigate Fitted With the BrahMos

India-Russia Deal to Start Working For Krivak Class Frigate Fitted With the BrahMos

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India-Russia Deal to Start Working For Krivak Class Frigate Fitted With the BrahMos India's Defense Ministry has cleared Krivak class frigate deal which was signed when Russian President Vladimir Putin visited India in October 2016. NEW DELHI (Sputnik) — The Indian government has asked its shipyards to start working on the $4-billion Indo-Russia Krivak class project. Under this project, two state-of-the-art frigates will be constructed at an Indian shipyard, most likely to be the Goa Shipyard, and will be fitted with the BrahMos supersonic cruise missiles. A Russian delegation comprising specialists from Yantar shipyard has expressed satisfaction at the Goa Shipyard on a March 3 visit. The team has been visiting Indian shipyards for the project and had been to Mazagon Dockyard, Cochin Shipyard, L&T shipyard and Reliance's Pipavav shipyard. But since the government-owned shipyards at Mazagon, GRSE and Cochin are engaged with various important projects of Indian Navy, the Goa Shipyard would get the frigate building deal. The Goa Shipyard had undergone modification for construction and integration of warships with stealth capabilities. "Works to finalize the commercial note for the project will commence very soon. This is a very complex project which involves several vendors. Due to its complex structure, it may take time," defense sources told Sputnik. The project is said to require final approval from the Indian Cabinet Committee on Security which comprises the Indian Prime Minister, the defense minister, the external affairs minister, the finance minister and the home minister. Ongoing negotiation would be the follow-on warships of the Talwar class frigates (Modified Krivak III class) already operational in the Indian Navy since 2003. The Talwar class has a displacement of 4,000 tons and speed of 30 knots and is capable of accomplishing a wide variety of naval missions, primarily, finding and eliminating enemy submarines and large surface ships. Due to the use of stealth technologies and a special hull design, the resulting frigate features reduced radar cross section as well as electromagnetic, acoustic and infrared signatures. Source : https://goo.gl/2DsFu1
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Investing in France and Italy

Investing in France and Italy

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► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs Rodolfo De Benedetti, Italian industrial holding group CIR’s chairman and partner at asset manager Decalia, talks to Sarah Gordon, FT business editor, about the pros and cons of doing business in Europe’s 'two most worrying economies', France and Italy. The latest on companies news http://www.ft.com/companies Click here for more FT Business videos http://video.ft.com/Ft-Business For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube; http://goo.gl/vUQx5k Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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US, India Sharing Information on Chinese Submarines, Here's Why That Matters

US, India Sharing Information on Chinese Submarines, Here's Why That Matters

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This video shows you that US, India Sharing Information on Chinese Submarines, Here's Why That Matters. The United States and India have started sharing information on Chinese submarines in the Indian Ocean region, Admiral Harry Harris, commander of U.S. Pacific Command, confirmed last week in New Delhi. Speaking to reporters at this year’s Raisina Dialogue, a security forum held in New Delhi, Harris said that “There is sharing of information regarding Chinese maritime movement in the Indian Ocean.” Harris added that the United States works “closely with India and with improving India’s capability to do that kind of surveillance. Malabar exercise… helps us hone our ability to track what China is doing in the Indian Ocean. Chinese submarines are clearly an issue and we know they are operating through the region.” According to the Indian Express, Harris cautioned that “India should be concerned about the increasing Chinese influence in the region.” Harris painted a zero-sum picture of influence in Indian Ocean: “If you believe that there is only finite influence, then whatever influence China has means that influence India does not have.” Harris’ admission of information sharing between India and the United States is a first, but there were reports last year that the two countries were considering the move. Mutual concerns over Chinese activity in the Indian Ocean have played a part in accelerating strategic convergence between India and the United States. In 2015, the two countries renewed their defense cooperation framework for 10 years and last year, the United States declared India a “Major Defense Partner” — a bespoke status that will allow New Delhi access to U.S. technology at the level of the country’s closest allies. Moreover, last year, the two countries finalized the first three so-called foundational agreements on defense, the Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement. Two additional agreements — the Communications Compatibility And Security Agreement (COMCASA) and the Basic Exchange and Cooperation Agreement (BECA) are currently under negotiation; Harris told Ajai Shukla of the Business Standard that he expected that the agreements would come in due time, with COMCAS “likely to come first.” In its report last year on the Chinese military, the U.S. Department of Defense confirmed publicly for the first time that Chinese Song- and Shang-class submarines were carrying out regular operations in the Indian Ocean. The report noted that “China’s current naval logistics footprint in the Indian Ocean is unable to support major combat operations in South Asia,” but Harris seemingly updated that view when he remarked last week to Shukla that “there is probably nothing that could prevent China from sailing an aircraft carrier into the Indian Ocean today.” Harris’ acknowledgement of “information” sharing does not imply that the two countries are sharing detailed intelligence on the movements of Chinese submarines, necessarily. In fact, proponents of a speedy conclusion of COMCASA and BECA have long argued that these agreements would enable New Delhi to receive that sort of more detailed intelligence and improve interoperability between Indian and U.S. P-8 surveillance aircraft. indian navy, india us, p 8, us vs china, chinese submarines, indian navy ships, india states, china vs usa, usa vs china, india usa, indian navy in, submarine, nuclear submarine, china usa, usa india, p 8 poseidon, the indian navy, india to usa, p8 poseidon, india and usa Channel Link: https://www.youtube.com/c/GlobalConflict7
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Are America and India Building an ‘Aircraft Carrier’ Alliance?

Are America and India Building an ‘Aircraft Carrier’ Alliance?

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Are America and India Building an ‘Aircraft CarrierAlliance? America appears ready to provide a significant boost to India’s future aircraft carrier . According to Indian media reports, the United States and India have entered the final stages of a negotiation for Washington to equip Delhi’s future aircraft carrier with a state-of-the-art electromagnetic aircraft launch system (EMALS). Ahead of President Donald Trump’s meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi this month, an eleven member U.S. delegation led by Rear Adm. Brian Antonio, the U.S. Navy’s Program Executive Officer for aircraft carriers, met with Indian counterparts in western India from October 29–31. The Indian side was led by Vice Admiral DM Deshpande, Controller Warship Production and Acquisition, the Hindustan Times reported. Written By Zachary Keck Source : http://nationalinterest.org/blog/the-buzz/are-america-india-building-aircraft-carrier-alliance-23147 __________________________________________________________________________________________ Thanks You For Watching..... -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Site : https://worldofweapon.wordpress.com Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/worldofweapon16 Twitter : https://twitter.com/worldofweapon VK.com : https://vk.com/vk.worldofweapon Myspace : https://myspace.com/worldofweapon Tags:- military, navy, aircraft carrier, uss gerald r. ford, uss carl vinson, largest aircraft carrier, defense, aircraft carriers, ship, army, vehicle, f-18 aircraft carrier, us navy aircraft carrier in action, united states, north korea, helicopter aircraft carrier, us navy, us aircraft carriers, 7 aircraft carriers, supercarrier, uss nimitz, aircraft carrier launch, fleet, nimitz class, biggest aircraft carrier, carrier, kim jong-un, military technology, sink, damage, detecting, trouble, trump, kim jong un, military training, ballistic, carl vinson, missile, the infographics show, ford class india vs china, china, india, china vs india, india vs china military comparison, india vs china army, india vs china war, india china war, indian army, china army, india china comparison, china attack india, india vs pakistan, india china, modi, latest news, chinese army, army, xi jinping, usa, news, pakistan, chinese, military, made in china, india news, made in india, pakistani media on india, vs, russia, military power, indian military, border, narendra modi, pm modi, asia aircraft carrier, indian navy, aircraft carrier india, india aircraft carrier, indian aircraft carrier, indian navy aircraft carrier, india, vikramaditya aircraft carrier, aircraft, indian navy aircraft carrier 2015, aircraft carrier in action, nuclear aircraft carrier, indian aircraft carrier vikramaditya, india's aircraft carrier, aircraft carrier (warship class), indian navy vikramaditya aircraft carrier, ins vikrant, ins vikramaditya, news
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India-Russia Deal to Start Working For Krivak Class Frigate Fitted With the BrahMos

India-Russia Deal to Start Working For Krivak Class Frigate Fitted With the BrahMos

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India-Russia Deal to Start Working For Krivak Class Frigate Fitted With the BrahMos India-Russia Deal to Start Working For Krivak Class Frigate Fitted With the BrahMos India-Russia Deal to Start Working For Krivak Class Frigate Fitted With the BrahMos India-Russia Deal to Start Working For Krivak Class Frigate Fitted With the BrahMos India-Russia Deal to Start Working For Krivak Class Frigate Fitted With the BrahMos India's Defense Ministry has cleared Krivak class frigate deal which was signed when Russian President Vladimir Putin visited India in October 2016. NEW DELHI (Sputnik) — The Indian government has asked its shipyards to start working on the $4-billion Indo-Russia Krivak class project. Under this project, two state-of-the-art frigates will be constructed at an Indian shipyard, most likely to be the Goa Shipyard, and will be fitted with the BrahMos supersonic cruise missiles. A Russian delegation comprising specialists from Yantar shipyard has expressed satisfaction at the Goa Shipyard on a March 3 visit. The team has been visiting Indian shipyards for the project and had been to Mazagon Dockyard, Cochin Shipyard, L&T shipyard and Reliance's Pipavav shipyard. But since the government-owned shipyards at Mazagon, GRSE and Cochin are engaged with various important projects of Indian Navy, the Goa Shipyard would get the frigate building deal. The Goa Shipyard had undergone modification for construction and integration of warships with stealth capabilities. "Works to finalize the commercial note for the project will commence very soon. This is a very complex project which involves several vendors. Due to its complex structure, it may take time," defense sources told Sputnik. The project is said to require final approval from the Indian Cabinet Committee on Security which comprises the Indian Prime Minister, the defense minister, the external affairs minister, the finance minister and the home minister. Ongoing negotiation would be the follow-on warships of the Talwar class frigates (Modified Krivak III class) already operational in the Indian Navy since 2003. The Talwar class has a displacement of 4,000 tons and speed of 30 knots and is capable of accomplishing a wide variety of naval missions, primarily, finding and eliminating enemy submarines and large surface ships. Due to the use of stealth technologies and a special hull design, the resulting frigate features reduced radar cross section as well as electromagnetic, acoustic and infrared signatures. Source :
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Hyundai Merchant Marine in last-ditch negotiations with foreign ship owners to reduce charter rates

Hyundai Merchant Marine in last-ditch negotiations with foreign ship owners to reduce charter rates

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현대상선•해외선주 오늘 용선료 협상 마지막 담판 Korea's number-two shipper, Hyundai Merchant Marine, is in last-ditch negotiations with foreign ship owners to negotiate a reduction in its charter fees in an attempt to stave off bankruptcy. The company is looking for a 30-percent reduction and may even offer equity in exchange. Kwon Jang-ho reports. It's a negotiation that could make or break the future of Korea's second largest shipping company. Hyundai Merchant Marine is meeting with five unnamed foreign ship owners in Seoul on Wednesday to ask for a reduction in charter rates,... as it tries to dig itself out of a mounting debt crisis. Hyundai recorded a loss of over 200-million U.S. dollars last year alone, and in a deal made with its creditors last month, it promised it would renegotiate its charter fees with foreign ship owners, in order to stave off bankruptcy. Hyundai has a total of 116 ships, 83 of which have been leased from foreign ship owners at a cost of 830-million dollars. That means a 30-percent reduction in charter rates, which the Korean shipper will be asking for, would cover most of its losses. It would generally be considered good business for ship owners to accept the reduction, as in the current low-trade climate worldwide, ships are in lower demand and there is a risk they will not be re-chartered somewhere else. But Hyundai could try to sweeten the deal by offering a debt-for-equity swap as well. If negotiations fall through, then Hyundai will need to file for court receivership. The charter-rate negotiation was one of two key promises Hyundai made to its creditors last month, the other being another negotiation to convince its bondholders to convert part of their bonds to equity. A bondholder meeting is expected later this month. A tentative deadline for the charter-rate negotiation is set for Friday, and Hyundai is hoping to at least come out of it with a verbal agreement. Kwon Jang-ho, Arirang News. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
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India Makes Significant Progress In Full ToT Talks For 12 Minesweeper Vessels From S.Korea

India Makes Significant Progress In Full ToT Talks For 12 Minesweeper Vessels From S.Korea

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This video shows you that India Makes Significant Progress In Full ToT Talks For 12 Minesweeper Vessels From S.Korea. Goa Shipyard Limited (GSL) and South Korean defence yard, Kangnam Corporation, have made significant progress in the negotiation for transfer of technology (ToT) under Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Make in India' campaign. Officials close to the development said the two parties have ironed out their differences over the quantum of technology expertise that would be transferred to GSL to build the 12 mine counter measure vessels (MCMV) that the Indian Navy desperately requires. "We have moved significantly on the project and are very close to signing the agreement. The transfer of technology talks are nearly settled and now the discussions have moved to pricing. I am hopeful that work on the minesweepers will start in a year," GSL chairman and managing director Shekhar Mital told TOI. Chief of Naval Staff, Admiral Sunil Lanba, was also briefed about the ongoing negotiations and the progress made by the Vasco-based shipyard to set up the infrastructure required to build the 12 minesweepers. Lanba visited the shipyard along with senior Navy officers on Thursday to oversee the construction of ships and the production of critical spares. Naval vessel INS Tarangini, is also undergoing a refit at the defence public sector yard. Sources said Lanba took a keen interest in the ongoing preparations for the Rs 32,000 crore MCMV, especially the quantum of indigenization that will go into the making of the critical ships. The ships will utilize sophisticated technology, including the FRP composite hull material, acoustic and magnetic-reduced signatures and mine-hunting sonars, and will replace the current six ageing Russian minesweepers. Lanba's visit also comes in the backdrop of GSL being nominated to construct the frontline m!ssile 1135.6 frigate project in collaboration with a Russian shipyard. High-level delegations from the Russian side visited GSL recently and appreciated the infrastructure and expertise available at the shipyard. minesweeper, indian navy, indian navy ships, indian navy news, indian aircraft carrier, navy india, the indian navy, indian navy strength, indian navy aircraft carrier, ships of indian navy, indian navy information, minesweeper ship, indian submarines, indian navy latest news, indian ships, indian ship, indian naval ship, indian navy army, navy information, navy ships ====================================================================================================== DISCLAIMER: Each and every content used in this video is not imaginary. All are taken from reputed news agencies. This video doesn’t meant to hurt anybody's personal feelings,beliefs and religion. We are not responsible for any of these statements used in this video. If you have any suggestion or query regarding this video, you can contact me on YouTube personal Message and you can send me message in my Facebook page. Thank you & regards Global conflicts ====================================================================================================== Channel Link: https://www.youtube.com/c/Globalconflict7 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GlobalConflict7/ Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/globalconflict/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Gl0balC0nflict ======================================================================================================
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We got better pricing for Rafale jets  Defence Minister

We got better pricing for Rafale jets Defence Minister

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The government said today that there cannot be any comparison between the cost of the 36 Rafale fighter jets it inked with France and the price negotiated by the previous UPA regime for the original 126- fighter aircraft deal as the deliverables were different. Replying to a question on the issue in the Rajya Sabha, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said a better price was ensured while finalising the deal for 36 Rafale jets and that there was no increase in its cost. She, however, did not give the rates at which government is procuring the combat jets from France. "The cost of the 36 Rafale aircraft cannot be directly compared to the cost of the original MMRCA (Medium Multi Role Combat Aircraft) proposal as the deliverables are significantly different," she said. The minister said better pricing, better maintenance terms and better delivery schedules were ensured in the agreement India had signed with France last year for the jets. India had inked an inter-governmental agreement with France in September last year for the procurement of 36 Rafale fighter jets at a cost of around Rs 58,000 crore, nearly one- and-half years after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the proposal during a visit to Paris. The delivery of the jets is scheduled to begin from September, 2019. The Congress recently raised several questions about the deal, including the rates, and accused the government of compromising national interest and security while promoting "crony capitalism" and causing a loss to the public exchequer. The party had claimed that the UPA was negotiating a price of Rs 526 crore for each fighter jet under the MMRCA deal. As per the negotiation during the UPA tenure, 108 aircraft were to be manufactured in India after transfer of technology (ToT) and 18 jets were to be supplied in direct fly-away condition. Under the deal inked by the NDA government, each of the 36 Rafale jet will come at a price of around Rs 1,610 crore which includes a lethal weapons package. "In the present procurement, 36 Rafale aircraft are being procured in direct fly-away condition to meet the operational necessity of the Indian Air Force. There is no increase in the cost. Instead, a better price has been ensured," Sitharaman said. To a separate question, Minister of State for Defence Subhash Bhamre said 19 contracts amounting to Rs 11,739 crore were finalised by the Army to procure ammunition. Rafale deal,Rafale Fighter Jets,Dassault,Indian Air Force,Rahul Gandhi,Anil Ambani,BJP,Congress,The Buck Stops Here,rafale,dassault,iaf,scnema,france,india,turbomecca,finmecca,sukhoi,indian,air,force,jf17,pakisthan,chengdu,supersonic,meteor,missiles,BVR,tintu,mone,latest,defence,news,defence news,iaf,iaf rafale,india defence,india rafale deal,india rafale deal latest news,indian air force,indian air force aircraft,indian air force fighter planes,indian air force news,indian air force planes,indian air force strength,indian armed forces,indian defence news,indian fighter planes,indian military,jet india,rafale,rafale aircraft,rafale deal,rafale deal latest,rafale fighter,rafale fighter jet,rafale india Disclaimer- This channel is for defence related news worldwide . We try to give you true news related to each and every aspects of defence . It is either country, defence weapon, air Force, army ,navy, military or anything we will try to fully explain . The content specially news we upload are taken from various news channels and media houses . we never claim it is 100 % on our behalf but we try to deliver you exact without rumours . our news is specially related to india . As India is a growing country specially in defence under narendra modi BJP government . Channel Link: https://www.youtube.com/DefenceTube Facebook Link: https://www.facebook.com/defencetube Twitter Link : https://twitter.com/DefenceTube Check my all playlist : https://www.youtube.com/defencetube/playlist
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Air Force Close To Sealing A Mega Make In India Defence Deal

Air Force Close To Sealing A Mega Make In India Defence Deal

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This video shows you that Air Force Close To Sealing A Mega Make In India Defence Deal. Inching closer towards finalising the defence deal for 56 transport aircraft to replace the Avro plane fleet, the commercial bids for the programme is expected to be worth over Rs 15,000 crore are going to be opened in the near future. The programme is the first major ‘Make in India’ programme in defence sector under which 56 Airbus C-295 transport aircraft are to be produced indigenously in partnership with the Tata group. Of the 56 planes, 16 would be bought off the shelf from Europe, while the remaining would be acquired from the Tata facilities in India. “The commercial bids submitted by the joint venture would be opened shortly for the programme after which, if required, there will be negotiations over price and other formalities,” sources told MAIL TODAY. The Avro replacement programme became important for the service after the closure of a similar plan to develop multirole transport aircraft with the Russians. The field trials of the aircraft have already been completed at various locations across the country, and the plane has met the Air Force’s requirements, the sources said. Though the Avro replacement programme was envisaged by the Air Force under the UPA government, it made real progress in 2015 after the NDA government studied its requirement for the services. It was accorded the final nod by the Defence Acquisition Council in May 2015. In May 2013, the ministry had issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) to original equipment manufacturers, including US firms Boeing and Lockheed Martin, European multinational Airbus Defence and Space and Antonov of Ukraine, among others. They were required to tie-up with an Indian private firm. However, only Airbus and TATA responded to the RFP. The DAC had approved the Air Force’s proposal to go ahead with the single-vendor proposal. Generally, the Defence ministry avoids going for single vendor tender to avoid monopoly and keep away the charges of favouritism. The programme has attracted many other services also as the Coast Guard has already selected it for its maritime reconnaissance programme under which the DRDO will develop six such planes for the force. The Navy is also likely to come up with a similar programme where it would want to develop an anti-submarine warfare and surveillance platform using the indigenously produced C-295s. a350 orders, a380 orders, airbus a350 orders, airbus a380, airbus c295, airbus orders, avro aircraft, avro airlines, avro flights, boeing a380, c295, c295 aircraft, cn 235 aircraft, flights from gatwick, hawker siddeley, hawker siddeley 748, types of aircraft ====================================================================================================== DISCLAIMER: Each and every content used in this video is not imaginary. All are taken from reputed news agencies. This video doesn’t meant to hurt anybody's personal feelings,beliefs and religion. We are not responsible for any of these statements used in this video. If you have any suggestion or query regarding this video, you can contact me on YouTube personal Message and you can send me message in my Facebook page. Thank you & regards Global conflicts ====================================================================================================== Channel Link: https://www.youtube.com/c/Globalconflict7 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GlobalConflict7/ Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/globalconflict/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Gl0balC0nflict ======================================================================================================
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Battlestar Galactica Deadlock #31 Chapter 10   Negotiation

Battlestar Galactica Deadlock #31 Chapter 10 Negotiation

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Buy on Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/544610/Battlestar_Galactica_Deadlock/ Battlestar Galactica Deadlock is a 3D strategy game (released in 2017 on PC, Xbox One and PS4) featuring the First Cylon War. The game is developed by the Australian studio Black Lab Games and published by the British developer Slitherine Software. It was originally announced on May 16th 2017 and it opened its closed beta shortly after. Battlestar Galactica Deadlock takes the player into the heart of the First Cylon War, to fight 3D battles. The player takes control of the Colonial Fleet from the bridge of the mobile shipyard, Daidalos, and free the Twelve Colonies from the Cylon threat.
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Trade minister encourages country′s biggest shipbuilders and carmakers   조선, 자동차

Trade minister encourages country′s biggest shipbuilders and carmakers 조선, 자동차

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Two sectors at the heart of Korea′s economy were having a rough time due to sluggish conditions at home and abroad. To show its solidarity with shipbuilding and auto industries.,... Korea′s trade minister visited the nation′s biggest shipyard and automobile plant on Wednesday, hoping for better results in the second half of the year. Kwon Soa reports from Ulsan. They are Korea′s biggest automaker and the world′s largest shipbuilder. Hyundai Motor Company and Hyundai Heavy Industries,… both of their headquarters situated in the southeastern city of Ulsan. Along with electronics and steel, they embody Korea′s growth engines. ″But with the negative growth in outbound shipments throughout the first half of the year,... there are growing concerns that even Korea’s key export sectors are somewhat shaky, especially the shipbuilding industry.″ Korea′s trade minister Yoon Sang-jick met with executives at the shipyard, and encouraged them by emphasizing that Korea is still in the lead in the shipbuilding sector ahead of China and Japan. However, Korea′s ship exports plunged more than 19 percent in June on-year. Hyundai Heavy Industries saw a net loss of 1-point-9 billion U.S. dollars in 2014,... while it saw a net PROFIT of around130 million dollars the year before. 2-point-8 billion dollars of operating losses were posted last year. The picture is not looking promising in the automobile industry either. According to an anonymous source,... Hyundai Motor and its affiliate Kia Motors lowered their sales target for this year by around ten percent. And seems like this slowing trend will continue for the time being, as forecasts for ship and car exports in the second half of the year is already expected to be gloomy. Despite this, the trade minister said that no efforts should be spared to overcome this situation. “It has never been easy… There have always been difficult times… but we have to overcome them. I came here to encourage you that producing one more car, and exporting it, always counts.” Yoon asked for more cooperation of the private sectors to work along with the latest export promotion plan unveiled last week,... which includes a governmental spending of 100 billion U.S. dollars to boost exports in the latter half of the year. Kwon Soa, Arirang News, Ulsan.
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House GOP: Senate Must Negotiate to End Shutdown

House GOP: Senate Must Negotiate to End Shutdown

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MCMV Manufacture To Begin In Goa Next Year : Parrikar

MCMV Manufacture To Begin In Goa Next Year : Parrikar

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This video shows you that MCMV Manufacture To Begin In Goa Next Year : Parrikar. The manufacture of mines counter measure vessels at the Defence Ministry operated Goa Shipyard Limited (GSL) will begin by next year, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Sunday. “The technology acquisition parameter is in the final stage, then there will be a final negotiation of price and the next year, actual construction of mines counter measure vessel will start,” Parrikar said while inaugurating a helicopter maintenance and repair centre in Sattari, located 40 kms from Panaji. The centre is a joint venture between the Bengaluru-based Hindustan Aeronautics Limited and the French Safran Group, which manufactures equipment for the Rafale fighter jets. Last year, the Goa-based shipyard had been awarded a contract to manufacture 12 MCMVs at a cost of around Rs 30,000 crore by the Defence Ministry. “We hope it will create employment on a big scale in ship building industry and defence industry,” the former Goa Chief Minister said, adding that Goans should not just hanker after government jobs but also take the opportunity to upgrade their technical skills to target private sector employment, in this case at the helicopter maintenance and repair centre. “(In the) engineering industry, we do have technical manpower. Sometimes they require some training. If you check, you will find Goans in hi-tech jobs across India. A lot of talent is available locally also,” the Defence Minister said. Parrikar said that 50 per cent of the Rafale deal comes with an offset clause and that efforts could be made to channelise around Rs 1,000 crore-Rs 2,000 crore worth of manufacturing of Rafale parts to Goa. “I am not a very greedy person. We have a Rs 30,000 crore offset deal. Maybe a Rs 1,000-2,000 (crore) can come Goa’s way. If that can happen, Goa can be satisfied with a small requirement, but will also provide the technological support that is required for such kind of activity,” he said. minesweeper, indian navy, indian navy ships, indian navy news, indian aircraft carrier, navy india, the indian navy, indian navy strength, indian navy aircraft carrier, ships of indian navy, indian navy information, minesweeper ship, indian submarines, indian navy latest news, indian ships, indian ship, indian naval ship, indian navy army, navy information, navy ships Channel Link: https://www.youtube.com/c/GlobalConflict7
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WoW - An Apexis Relic Quest

WoW - An Apexis Relic Quest

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For anyone doing quests in Blade's Edge Mountains, there's this gem. Do it once and it becomes a daily. You only need up to level 6 to complete the quest and be attuned, however finishing up to level 10 is fun. If you miss (at least for a Warrior with plate at 72), the crystal will zap you for about a quarter or so of your life per miss. Miss a few times and it's easy to die on this quest. If you start forgetting patterns, various methods such as typing the direction or color pattern help. It's a good mind-test. You can buy WoW via Amazon here: http://amzn.to/2ob0V25
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5 OSHA Regulations for Construction Workers

5 OSHA Regulations for Construction Workers

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What are 5 OSHA regulations applicable to construction workers? Watch this video to find out! For ways to stay compliant in the construction space, head to www.gensuite.com
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Iran IRIB1 "SorayaTV" achievements space, missile tech برنامه ثریا / دستاوردهای فضایی و موشکی

Iran IRIB1 "SorayaTV" achievements space, missile tech برنامه ثریا / دستاوردهای فضایی و موشکی

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ا‍‍‍‍يران برنامه ثریا / دستاوردهای فضایی و موشکی Iran IRIB1 "SorayaTV" achievements space & missile technology http://www.sorayatv.ir/
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Govt. Set To Place A Multi Billion $ Mega Order To Build 4 Assault Helicopter Carriers In India

Govt. Set To Place A Multi Billion $ Mega Order To Build 4 Assault Helicopter Carriers In India

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This video shows you that Govt. Set To Place A Multi Billion $ Mega Order To Build 4 Assault Helicopter Carriers In India. The Modi government’s ongoing focus to improve national security and empower the Indian Navy to ring-fence the Indian Ocean and beef up its strength in the region is being seen as an important growth driver by private players in the defence sector. While China is steadily growing its influence in the Indian Ocean as also the South China Sea, India currently has only one LPD that was acquired way back in 2005, commissioned in 2007 and is currently called the INS Jalashwa. In all and with costs running into billions of dollars, six frigates and one refitted Aircraft Carrier (from Russia), two logistic tankers (from Italy), and one LPD (Second hand ship from USA) have been imported since 2002. However, in line with government’s current plans and focus, the Indian Navy will soon be equipped with latest state-of-the-art assault warships. On the anvil is a mega order from the Indian Navy, with an announcement expected anytime now, for its multi-billion dollar program to build four 25,000-ton landing platform docks (LPD) or helicopter carrier warships—-the largest assault ships to be built in an Indian yard. Equipped with a point defence missile system, these LPDs or specialised warships powered by electric propulsion systems will possess massive capabilities of carrying as many as six main battle tanks, 20 infantry combat vehicles and 40 heavy trucks. Besides, special operation helicopters and large helicopters, weighing up to 35 tons, will operate from the ship. The LPDs will also be equipped with a close-in weapon system, an anti-torpedo decoy system, a chaff system, and heavy and light machine guns. This apart, each ship will be able to accommodate as many as 1500 personnel including officers, sailors and troops. With established foothold in the sector, engineering and construction conglomerate, the $15 billion plus company Larsen and Toubro (L&T) is looking forward to the announcement of commercial negotiations for this LPD program of the Indian Navy. With a mega shipbuilding facility at Kattupalli near Chennai and a shipyard at Hazira in Gujarat, L&T is looking forward to major orders from the Indian Navy, LPD being one of them. The Request for Proposal (RFP) for building four LPDs / Helicopter Carriers had already been issued by the defence ministry in 2014 as first Buy and Make (Indian) program by the Indian Navy and L&T along with Reliance Defence are the two shortlisted companies in the fray for this large order.The RFP stipulates that out of the four LPDs, two lead ships will be built by the winning private sector shipyard while the later two will be produced by Hindustan Shipyard at the same cost. An announcement on the commercial negotiations process for these four LPDs is expected shortly. While earlier three domestic vendors– ABG Shipyard, L&T and Reliance Defence (formerly Pipavav Defence) were vying for this contract, only two (L&T and Reliance) could finally clear financial and technical evaluation. ABG Shipyard failed to qualify due to large debts on its balance sheets and the corporate debt restructuring process being underway for the yard. While L&T has a tie-up with Navantia of Spain as its technical partner, Reliance Defence with DCNS of France, and ABG had tied up with Alion of the United States. This explains our focus on the Shipbuilding capabilities of Indian companies. lpd, helicopter carrier, russian navy ships, hmas canberra, french navy ships, russian navy ships for sale, aircraft carrier for sale, amphibious aircraft carrier, russian navy news, indian navy, indian navy ships, indian navy news, navy india, the indian navy, indian navy information, indian navy chief, indiannavy, indian navy submarines, chief of indian navy, indian navy latest news Channel Link: https://www.youtube.com/c/GlobalConflict7 EDM Detection Mode by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1500026 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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India plans to build 4 25,000-ton Helicopter Assault Carriers

India plans to build 4 25,000-ton Helicopter Assault Carriers

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Please watch: "OPERATION SHAKTI : WHEN INDIA FOOLED AMERICA" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vlhTjOpVdw -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- The Modi government’s ongoing focus to improve national security and empower the Indian Navy to ring-fence the Indian Ocean and beef up its strength in the region is being seen as an important growth driver by private players in the defence sector. While China is steadily growing its influence in the Indian Ocean as also the South China Sea, India currently has only one LPD that was acquired way back in 2005, commissioned in 2007 and is currently called the INS Jalashwa. In all and with costs running into billions of dollars, six frigates and one refitted Aircraft Carrier (from Russia), two logistic tankers (from Italy), and one LPD (Second hand ship from USA) have been imported since 2002. However, in line with government’s current plans and focus, the Indian Navy will soon be equipped with latest state-of-the-art assault warships. On the anvil is a mega order from the Indian Navy, with an announcement expected anytime now, for its multi-billion dollar program to build four 25,000-ton landing platform docks (LPD) or helicopter carrier warships—-the largest assault ships to be built in an Indian yard. Equipped with a point defence missile system, these LPDs or specialised warships powered by electric propulsion systems will possess massive capabilities of carrying as many as six main battle tanks, 20 infantry combat vehicles and 40 heavy trucks. Besides, special operation helicopters and large helicopters, weighing up to 35 tons, will operate from the ship. The LPDs will also be equipped with a close-in weapon system, an anti-torpedo decoy system, a chaff system, and heavy and light machine guns. This apart, each ship will be able to accommodate as many as 1500 personnel including officers, sailors and troops. With established foothold in the sector, engineering and construction conglomerate, the $15 billion plus company Larsen and Toubro (L&T) is looking forward to the announcement of commercial negotiations for this LPD program of the Indian Navy. With a mega shipbuilding facility at Kattupalli near Chennai and a shipyard at Hazira in Gujarat, L&T is looking forward to major orders from the Indian Navy, LPD being one of them. The Request for Proposal (RFP) for building four LPDs / Helicopter Carriers had already been issued by the defence ministry in 2014 as first Buy and Make (Indian) program by the Indian Navy and L&T along with Reliance Defence are the two shortlisted companies in the fray for this large order.The RFP stipulates that out of the four LPDs, two lead ships will be built by the winning private sector shipyard while the later two will be produced by Hindustan Shipyard at the same cost. An announcement on the commercial negotiations process for these four LPDs is expected shortly. While earlier three domestic vendors– ABG Shipyard, L&T and Reliance Defence (formerly Pipavav Defence) were vying for this contract, only two (L&T and Reliance) could finally clear financial and technical evaluation. ABG Shipyard failed to qualify due to large debts on its balance sheets and the corporate debt restructuring process being underway for the yard. While L&T has a tie-up with Navantia of Spain as its technical partner, Reliance Defence with DCNS of France, and ABG had tied up with Alion of the United States please suubscribe
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Germany offers Stealth Submarine Technology along with BrahMos integration under 'Make in India'

Germany offers Stealth Submarine Technology along with BrahMos integration under 'Make in India'

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Germany offers Stealth Submarine Technology along with BrahMos integration under 'Make in India' Germany's Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems, which is pitching HDW-class 214 submarine for India’s P75 (I) project has offered to integrate any weapon system, including ‘Brahmos’ onto its submarines if it bags the deal. Gurnad Sodhi, Managing Director of thyssenkrupp Marine Systems’ operations in India said that thyssenkrupp is ready to integrate any weapon system, including ‘Brahmos’ onto the latest 214 Class Submarines for the upcoming project P75 (I) project. “We fully support the ‘Make and Made in India’ policy which would encompass inter-alia Transfer of Technology (ToT), training and meeting all offset obligations. We are awaiting the government’s decision on the Strategic Partner chapter of the new DPP 2016, after which we will begin our negotiations with an Indian shipyard for the P75(I),” he said. Thyssenkrupp signed 35 million euros contract with the Indian MoD for the upgrade of Indian Navy’s two Shishumar Class submarines to fire Harpoon Anti-Submarine Counter measure missiles Thursday. “We have the capacity to integrate any weapon system that is selected by the Indian Navy, onto our (Indian) submarines. We are happy to take on this project to now integrate the harpoon missiles in two of the four SSK submarines,” Sodhi said. Other than Germany’s Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems (TKMS), Russian Rosoboronexport and French DCNS submarine companies are also competing for the P75i project. Spain’s Navantia S-80 class and Sweden’s SAAB Kockums’ with its A26 submarines have also shown interest in the P-75I.
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Germany Offers Stealth Submarine Technology Along With BrahMos Integration Under 'Make In India'

Germany Offers Stealth Submarine Technology Along With BrahMos Integration Under 'Make In India'

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This video show s you that Germany Offers Stealth Submarine Technology Along With BrahMos Integration Under 'Make In India'. Germany's Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems, which is pitching HDW-class 214 submarine for India’s P75 (I) project has offered to integrate any weapon system, including ‘Brahmos’ onto its submarines if it bags the deal. Gurnad Sodhi, Managing Director of thyssenkrupp Marine Systems’ operations in India said that thyssenkrupp is ready to integrate any weapon system, including ‘Brahmos’ onto the latest 214 Class Submarines for the upcoming project P75 (I) project. “We fully support the ‘Make and Made in India’ policy which would encompass inter-alia Transfer of Technology (ToT), training and meeting all offset obligations. We are awaiting the government’s decision on the Strategic Partner chapter of the new DPP 2016, after which we will begin our negotiations with an Indian shipyard for the P75(I),” he said. Thyssenkrupp signed 35 million euros contract with the Indian MoD for the upgrade of Indian Navy’s two Shishumar Class submarines to fire Harpoon Anti-Submarine Counter measure system Thursday. “We have the capacity to integrate any weapon system that is selected by the Indian Navy, onto our (Indian) submarines. We are happy to take on this project to now integrate the harpoon anti ship system in two of the four SSK submarines,” Sodhi said. Other than Germany’s Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems (TKMS), Russian Rosoboronexport and French DCNS submarine companies are also competing for the P75i project. Spain’s Navantia S-80 class and Sweden’s SAAB Kockums’ with its A26 submarines have also shown interest in the P-75I. submarine, brahmos, indian submarine, german submarine, indian navy, u boat, german u boats, brahmos aerospace, indian navy news, underwater subs, navy submarines, submarine cable, indian nuclear submarine, u212, type 212 submarine, type 214, type 212 Channel Link: youtube.com/c/GlobalConflict7
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Indian GRSE Emerges Lowest Bidder For Philippines Navy’s Frigates Contract

Indian GRSE Emerges Lowest Bidder For Philippines Navy’s Frigates Contract

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This video shows you that Indian GRSE Emerges Lowest Bidder For Philippines Navy’s Frigates Contract. Indian defence PSU lawn attain Shipbuilders and Engineers (GRSE) bid to export frigates to the Philippines navy has emerged as the lowest bid. "we are the bottom charge bidder for the order. Now the authorities is comparing other factors earlier than putting the order. We are hopeful of a nice outcome however matters aren't very last but," Commodore Ratnakar Ghosh, Director (shipbuilding), GRSE, advised PTI Wednesday. Few days in the past, a team from the Philippines military visited the facilities of the Kolkata-based shipyard and expressed pride on the infrastructure. "in case you examine the infrastructure no one is higher than us. We were in negotiations with them for the remaining two years and now they are inspecting other bidders also," organisation chairman and coping with director Rear Admiral (Retd) A k Verma stated. If GRSE baggage the order, it will likely be India’s second export order for delivering a ship and a boost to prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Make in India' marketing campaign. The shipyard already has the distinction of exporting India's first ship, an offshore patrol vessel, to Mauritius in December 2014. Buoyed by using the achievement, GRSE had participated inside the bidding method for constructing frigates for the Philippines. As according to the specifications laid down by using the Philippines authorities, they want two mild frigates of 109 meter length that could run at a speed of 25 knots. Officials said these are for wellknown purpose use in shielding their maritime boundaries. GRSE already has the required understanding for making frigates as the KOLKATA shipyard has bagged the order of creating 3 superior stealth frigates from the Indian military. "In among we've got the capability to build these frigates for them," Verma said. GRSE has also built INS Kamorta, first in its magnificence of 4 anti-submarine conflict corvettes, that's the first ship ever constructed in the u . S . A . With nearly ninety in step with cent of indigenous content. Ghosh stated they're in contact with different international locations like Vietnam and Bangladesh for constructing ships. philippines navy, philippine navy modernization, type 26 frigate, type 26, garden reach shipbuilders & engineers ltd, philippine navy news, philippine navy ships, type 26 global combat ship, philippine navy website, philippine navy modernization 2013, navy philippines, modernize the philippine navy Source: defenseworld.net Channel Link: youtube.com/c/GlobalConflict7
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