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Monday, March 02, 2015

Mysuru firm develops critical technology for missiles

Nirbhay cruise missileOn March 13, 2013, India had to destroy its nuclear-ready cruise missile Nirbhay which was on its first flight trial. The reason: Nirbhay deviated from its intended course, sparking fears.

The kind of damage and loss such incidents can cause in the absence of a self-destruct mechanism is grave. Yet India doesn't completely posses the software and intellectual property for such technology.

As the Prime Minister's Make-in-India campaign gains pitch in the defence sector, the DRDO has found a reliable partner in Kaynes Technology, a Mysuru firm.

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