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However, says the standard of accountability that USAMRIID had been applying to its select agents and toxins was not in line with the standard required by the Army and the Department of Defense. He said partnerships with businesses near stops and advertising to passers-by and passengers might defray some of the cost and keep rider fares low or even free.including the laying of pipelines,Municipal Commissioner, it also works in reverse — at night when the lights are turned on from the bathroom and office side the wall glows and creates an over-all soft light in the living room and dining room — a full luminous wall. The product used is Lumasite Architect – http://s.studio-swcom Photograph – http://s.wwwkengutmakercom Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: June 4 2017 3:33 pm Indian Army chief Bipin Rawat (File) Related News Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat has given a thumbs up to the strategic partnership model rolled out by the government to rope in leading private players for defence production calling it a “big ticket” move to push modernisation of India’s armed forces General Rawat said the new model is expected to fast track Army’s modernisation plan as it will bring new technologies and help implement major military manufacturing projects The Army has been pressing for updating its weapons systems considering the evolving security scenario in the region and Gen Rawat said the SP model will help the Army in replacing its ageing fleet of tanks and critical weapons “The strategic partnership model is a big ticket thing It will help the modernisation of armed forces We have to gradually think of replacing our tanks In the next seven to eight years some of our old systems will have to be replaced It is good to start the process now Because for production to take place you need time” the Army Chief told PTI in a recent interaction Under the new model government will allow Indian private sector companies to form joint ventures with foreign defence majors to build fighter aircraft helicopters submarines and main battle tanks in India Referring to the Army’s modernisation programme Gen Rawat expressed happiness over its progress and referred to arrival of two ultra light howitzers from the US and also about the Dhanush 155mm artillery gun developed by the DRDO “The modernisation programme is moving It is on fast track It cannot happen overnight It is a process” he said adding the artillery modernisation programme was going on “very very well” After a 30-year wait for new artillery guns since the Bofors scandal the Army last month received the first two howitzers from the US as part of an order for 145 long-range guns General Rawat said modernisation of the armed forces must be a continuous process adding the Navy and the Air Force are going to benefit significantly from the SP model “Modernisation is a process which must continue and must happen at all times You will always have some equipment in the Army which is reaching the stage of obsolescence” he said Talking about the need to look for new technology for the Army he said “You keep getting future technology and future technology becomes current and current will become obsolete It is a cycle” The government unveiled the much-awaited strategic partnership (SP) model last week which is aimed at setting up world-class production facilities in India to manufacture submarines fighter jets and battle tanks Asked about his recent comments that the armed forces are not getting their due share of resources Gen Rawat said he made the remarks as the defence budget was little less than expected but added that SP model will offset the shortage “The government is going ahead with SP model It is also goining for government-to-government contracts (for military procurement) These steps will help us” Gen Rawat said Last month the Army Chief lamented that the spending on defence is considered a “burden” by many in the country and the military is not getting its due share India’s defence budget for 2017-18 was Rs 274 lakh crore which is 163 per cent of GDP China’s defence budget is close to three per cent of its GDP There has been a feeling among security experts and the defence establishment that the modernisation of armed forces is taking place at a very slow pace and that government has not been allocating adequate funds for it in the last few years Asked about the report of the committee headed by Lt General (retd) D B Shekatkar he said some of the recommendations are being considered for implementation in a phased manner “We are working towards it” he said The committee was appointed in May last year to recommend steps for enhancing combat capability and rebalancing defence expenditure and it had submitted its report to the then Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar in December 2016 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: September 19 2015 1:44 am Related News THE RSS chief in the 1970s Balasaheb Deoras had expressed “strong support” for some measures taken during the Emergency and wanted to meet Prime Minister Indira Gandhi but he was not entertained according to a new book by former director of Intelligence Bureau (IB) T V Rajeshwar Rajeshwar who later became Governor of several states in the 1980s and 1990s gives an anecdotal account of his long years in the IB including several incidents of espionage and counter intelligence in Delhi’s diplomatic circles without naming many of his high-profile central characters He has also mentioned about several cases of corruption and bribes in arms deals in early 1980s and hints that Indira Gandhi ignored the intelligence leads on some of these Share This Article Related Article The book “India: The Crucial Years” published by Harper Collins will be launched by Vice-President Hamid Ansari on Saturday A good part of it is devoted to the Emergency years when Rajeshwar was a joint director in the IB handling the political desk “The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) a right-wing Hindu nationalist organisation was banned in the wake of the Emergency But its chief Balasaheb Deoras quietly established a link with the PM’s house and expressed strong support to several steps taken to enforce order and discipline in the country Sanjay Gandhi’s concerted drive to enforce family planning particularly among Muslims had earned Deoras’s approbation” Rajeshwar writes at one point “A senior IB officer knew some people in the higher echelons of the RSS and had some meetings with them including Deoras Deoras was keen to meet Mrs Gandhi and Sanjay but this was not possible as Mrs Gandhi did not want to be dubbed as an RSS sympathiser” he writes On arms deals Rajeshwar says “certain scandalous rumours” were circulating in the capital in the 1980s regarding government transactions “In April 1981 I gave a note to Mrs Gandhi on Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) of Bangalore on the basis of information given by a senior technocrat working there and after making our own inquiries The report pertained to kickbacks received from a French firm and a German firm It also spoke about the activities of a Delhi-based firm belonging to some men who were closely related to an important functionary in HAL as well as a politician who was until recently very close to the PM’s family No action was taken in the matter” he writes For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News download Indian Express App ? IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Milind Ghatwai | Bhopal | Published: April 13, Should you? So they took them inside the camp.

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