Jay Menon

Jay Menon
India Correspondent,
Aviation Week
India Conducts First Life Extension Test For BrahMos Missile 
India has conducted the first test to validate life-extension technologies for its BrahMost supersonic cruise missile.
India Moves To Beef Up Navigation Constellation 
India’s space agency plans to add four backup navigation satellites to keep its indigenous navigation satellite system effective.
India Builds New Atomic Clock For Navigation Satellite System 
India’s state-run space agency has built an atomic clock that will fly in an upcoming indigenous navigation satellite.
India’s LCA Tejas Successfully Test-fires BVR Missile 
India’s first indigenously-developed light combat aircraft (LCA) Tejas has successfully test-fired an air-to-air beyond visual range missile.
India Planning Nine Space Missions In Eight Months 
India’s state-run space agency wants to mount nine missions in the next eight months.
Boeing Partners To Build F/A-18E/F Block III In India 
As part of its bid for India’s 110 fighter aircraft requirement, Boeing is laying the groundwork to produce its F/A-18E/F Block III Super Hornet in the country.
India Launches Replacement Navigation Satellite 
India’s state-run space agency has successfully launched the eighth spacecraft in the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System, IRNSS-1I.
India OKs Configuration For Locally Made Ka-226T 
India has approved the final technical configuration of Russian Helicopters’ Ka-226T light utility helicopter.
Indian, Israeli Firms Partner To Make UAVs 
Two Indian companies have teamed up with separate Israel-based firms to manufacture unmanned aerial vehicles for the Indian military.
India’s AMCA Program Gets Boost 
India’s Aeronautical Development Agency reportedly has received approval for full-scale development of the Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft stealth fighter.
India To Launch Navigation Satellite Next Week 
India’s navigation system is due to receive a new satellite, IRNSS-1I, on April 12.
India Loses Contact With Newly Launched Satellite 
Three days after the launch of GSAT-6A, India’s newest communication satellite, the country’s space agency has lost all communications with the spacecraft.
India Postpones Second Moon Mission To October 
The launch of India’s second lunar mission, Chandrayaan-2, has been postponed from April to October.
India Aims To Launch 8th Navigation Satellite By April 
India’s state-run space agency plans to launch its eighth navigation satellite, IRNSS-1I, by April.
LCA Tejas Conducts Hot Refueling Procedure 
India’s indigenous Tejas Light Combat Aircraft has successfully carried out a hot refueling, one of the capabilities highly desired in combat situations.
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