India's Future Weapons: The New Generation of Military Technology

India has been developing its military technology for decades now. But what does the future hold for our country’s defense capabilities?

India's Future Weapons: The New Generation of Military Technology

The Indian government has spent billions on developing new weapons systems over the past few years. Some experts believe that India will continue to invest in these programs, while others think that the country will focus on other priorities instead.

The Indian Army Will Get New Tanks

In 2016, India declared to purchase more than 100 T-90 main battle tanks (MBTs) from Russia. These tanks were originally designed as an upgrade to the Soviet Union’s T-72 MBT. However, the Russian government decided not to sell them to India after the two countries signed a $5 billion arms deal in 2008.
 
India has been investing heavily in military technology. The country has developed several new weapon systems, including the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile, which can hit targets at speeds of up to Mach 2.8. The army has also invested in unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), which can be used for surveillance and reconnaissance missions.

In 2016, India reported plans to develop a new tank called Arjun Mk II. The Arjun Mk II is designed to be lighter than previous models, making it easier to transport. The tank is equipped with a 125mm gun and can carry 12 soldiers.

In fact, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), India ranks third among countries that have increased defense spending.

India’s military spending of $76.6 billion ranked third highest in the world. This was up by 0.9 percent from 2020 and by 33 percent from 2012. In a push to strengthen the indigenous arms industry, 64 percent of capital outlays in the military budget of 2021 were earmarked for acquisitions of domestically produced arms.

The country has developed several new weapons systems, including the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile, which is capable of carrying nuclear warheads. Experts say that India plans to develop more advanced versions of the missile in the coming years.

The Indian Navy Will Get New Submarines

The Indian Navy currently operates three classes of the submarine, with the first being the Kilo class. The second is the Scorpene class, which entered service in 2010. And finally, the third is the Arihant class, which was commissioned in 2014.

India informed its plans to build four nuclear-powered attack submarines (SSNs) at the cost of $20 billion in 2016. These subs would be equipped with cruise missiles and torpedoes and could carry nuclear warheads.

In 2016, India also announced plans to build four nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines (SSBN) capable of carrying multiple long-range missiles. These subs would be equipped with advanced technology and could carry nuclear warheads across oceans. The first submarine is expected to be completed by 2025.

In 2015, India announced plans to build two nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines (SSBN) capable of carrying multiple long-range missiles. These subs would be equipped with advanced technology and could carry nuclear warheads across oceans.

This Is Just The Beginning

India’s military modernization efforts will continue to focus on building up its technological capabilities. In fact, the government plans to spend $1 trillion over the next decade to develop new weapons systems.

In 2010, India declared to develop a nuclear-powered submarine capable of carrying ballistic missiles. The project is expected to cost $10 billion and take at least 10 years to complete. The submarine would be able to carry 16 warheads and travel underwater for months at a time.


In 2015, India announced plans to develop a nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine (SSBN) called INS Arihant. The SSBN would be capable of carrying multiple warheads and could travel at speeds of up to 30 knots. The submarine would be equipped with a reactor that uses thorium fuel rather than uranium. Thorium is less radioactive than uranium and produces fewer dangerous waste products. However, some experts say that India should abandon the project because it would cost too much and take too long to build.

In 2016, the Indian government announced plans to develop five new nuclear submarines. These subs would be equipped with missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads. Experts say the program could cost anywhere from $20 billion to $50 billion.

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