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Whether you assume an economic revival or a slump post-election, one thing is certain: defensives will disappoint

Or why designers should stop forcing western silhouettes on Indian bridal wear

Why top defence agencies across the world have their eyes set on Bengaluru-based Tonbo Imaging

This little-known firm, which started by making egg trays, has bagged the biggest bulletproof jacket order from the ministry of defence. What made it successful?

Despite promoters — BVR Mohan Reddy and Krishna Bodanapu's — effort to arrest the fall in Cyient’s stock, investors remain jittery over weak guidance

Solar Industries started off as an explosives trader in the eighties, but is now competing in the big league of defence supply

After two decades of being commissioned, India’s longest railroad bridge finally sees the light of the day

Clensta’s waterless products for personal hygiene could be a game-changer for the healthcare industry and defence forces

How a third-generation scion of a tea company ended up as a preferred component supplier to Boeing

If machines can talk to each other, why can’t academia and industry, asks DRDO’s Satheesh Reddy 

Tiger Logistics’ aggressive approach across multiple verticals has helped it carve out a dependable niche in a cluttered market

Faridabad displays a positive growth sentiment having overcome the demonetisation and GST hump

Why Isro trusts Alpha Design Technologies to build its satellites

The recent Lockheed-Tata deal will boost defense manufacturing in India

Peak valuations notwithstanding, state-owned Bharat Electronics is a good proxy play on India’s ambitious defence plans

The mid-sized IT firm will find it tough to resurrect investor confidence as its financials are questioned

Pipavav Defence tanking below Reliance Infra's open offer price does not augur well

Banka Bioloo uses bio-digester technology to create hygienic solutions for human waste disposal

A bad economic climate — and in some cases, devious intention — has resulted in record high promoter borrowing against shares 

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