DCNS is unlikely to garner a proposed order for additional three new submarines from India apart from existing deal for six already being built in the country after sensitive data leak that happened last month. On August 24, this year, a tranche of 22,000 odd documents of the Indian Navys $3
The French shipbuilder DCNS has obtained a temporary court order that forces “The Australian” to stop reporting details of a massive leak of secret documents. The 22,400 pages of documents outline the secret combat capabilities of six submarines that DCNS designed and built for the Indian navy
Australia has warned DCNS ship building firm that it wants the same level of information security on the new submarine project like it shares with the US ally. The Australian senior defense official issued warning to DCNS in the wake of leaked documents related to Indias Scorpene project
A fresh tranche of sensitive documents pertaining to Indian Navys Scorpene submarine project have been uploaded by ‘the Australian on its website Thursday even as the Indian ministry of defense tried to downplay the leak as ‘not serious. The new set of documents with Indian Navy insignia on it and marked “Restricted Scorpene India” include the sonar system, including the frequencies used by its key components, the Flank Array, the Sonar Intercept Receiver, the Distributed Array and the Active Array have been compromised
The leaked documents on Indias Scorpene submarine that have been posted on the website by an Australian news agency have been examined and do not pose any security compromise as the vital parameters have been blacked out. The Indian MoD has seized the documents and have examined the documents, it said in a press statement Thursday
Even as French naval contractor DCNS said on Wednesday it may have been the victim of "economic warfare" after secrets about its Scorpene submarines being built in India were leaked, question arises as to who will benefit from the data leak. DCNS is perhaps the most successful submarine manufacturer in recent times with contract wins in India, Austalia, Norway, Brazil and Poland among others
According to the Indian ministry of defense, the said leak of documents related to Scorpene submarines is being examined and an analysis is being carried out by the concerned specialists. It further states that the source of leak is from overseas and not in India
Secret documents spreading over 22,000 pages relating to Indian Navys Scorpene submarine project involving French DCNS has been leaked. Marked “Restricted Scorpene India”, the DCNS documents detail the most sensitive combat capabilities of Indias new $US3 bn ($3
French DCNS proposal for 100 percent foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in India for introducing new submarine technology and establish a fully-owned subsidiary in India has hit a roadblock after the Indian defense ministry rejected it. The MoD sees a ‘conflict of interest in the DCNS proposal
Indian firms are likely to contribute to $50 billion submarine project involving French DCNS for Australia by obtaining sub-contracts. "India and Australia as decided during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Australia in 2014 have ventured into the areas of defence collaboration and joint research
Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems, which is pitching HDW-class 214 submarine for Indias P75 (I) project has offered to integrate any weapon system, including ‘Brahmos onto its submarines if it bags the deal. Gurnad Sodhi, Managing Director of thyssenkrupp Marine Systems operations in India said that thyssenkrupp is ready to integrate any weapon system, including ‘Brahmos onto the latest 214 Class Submarines for the upcoming project P75 (I) project
India is likely to go with Germany to buy heavy-weight torpedos for its six under-construction Scorpene submarines in a government to government deal after the MoD scrapped INR 1,800 crore (US $266 million) contract for 98 Black Shark torpedoes from Whitehead Alenia Sistemi Subacquei (WASS) on June 1,2016. French F21 from DCNS and SeaHake from German Atlas Elektronik were the two torpedoes that interested India
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