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Nitin Gokhale has been a multimedia reporter since 1983. He has recently made a transition from being a full-time journalist to becoming an author, media trainer and researcher.
He has authored four books on military, conflicts and wars. He also makes documentaries and is a regular visiting faculty at top defence institutions in the country.
He can be reached at: email@example.com
Academic bodies must be encouraged to take up defence design in collaboration with industry: Vidya Sagar Abburi, Avantel Ltd.
Editor-in-Chief’s Note Dr Vidya Sagar Abburi is the founder & CEO of Avantel Limited. The company believes in connecting ideas through integration of applications, creating value t... Read more
Major differences over price has held up the much anticipated contract worth at least more than 7 billion dollars that India was to sign with French aviation major Dassualt to purchase 36 R... Read more
We need to rightsize the Army with a mix of ‘boots on ground’ & tech enabled weapons, says Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag
Note from the Editor-in-Chief Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag, Chief of Army Staff was interviewed by BharatShakti’s Nitin A Gokhale and Brig SK Chatterji on a range of contemporary issues of import... Read more
There is good news for indigenous defence industry, especially those involved in research and development. The new Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP) — approved by the Defence Acquisition C... Read more
The Predator can perform wide-area surveillance along India’s extensive terrestrial and marine borders, says Dr. Vivek Lall of General Atomics
Note from the Editor-in-Chief Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) have found wide usage by most modern armies. They provide a means of meeting various battlefield functions at a low cost. Dependi... Read more
MSMEs are cradles of innovation & creativity; need to be given full encouragement, says Ashok Atluri of Zen Technologies
Note from the Editor-in-Chief BharatShakti is committed to the MSMEs that have so long mostly languished in the shadows with their full potential not fully realised. To get a feel of the pul... Read more