IDEAS 2012

IDEAS post-show report

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Approximately 80 delegations representing 50 countries attended the International Defence Exhibition and Seminar (IDEAS) in Karachi, Pakistan, between November 7 and 11...

Gallery: IDEAS 2012

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Click here to see the IDEAS 2012 gallery.

Good IDEAS

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Pakistan's biennial Defence Exhibition and Seminar (IDEAS) has come to a successful close. Although the event was held amid tight security in...

Karachi Shipyard to build two more F-22P frigates for Pakistan Navy

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Karachi Shipyard will produce two more F-22P frigates for the Pakistan Navy, bringing the total number to six. The yard is currently...

Havelsan and Pakistan sign agreement on simulation and training

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Turkey's Havelsan software and systems integration company yesterday signed a memorandum of understanding with the Pakistan Armed Forces regarding simulation and training,...

Integrated Dynamics sells UAVs to Pakistan Armed Forces

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Integrated Dynamics, a privately owned unmanned aerial vehicle company, has sold ten unmanned aerial vehicle systems to the Pakistan Armed Forces for...

Heavy Industries Taxila shows off technology at IDEAS

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Heavy Industries Taxila (HIT), the largest armoured vehicle manufacturer in Pakistan, is exhibiting a wide variety of hardware at the International Defence...

Pakistan and China to jointly market Al Khalid tank

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Pakistan's Norinco and Pakistan's HIT yesterday signed an agreement to jointly market the Al Khalid main battle tank, especially to emerging market...

Pakistan’s new frigates a boost for anti-piracy, maritime security efforts

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The Pakistan Navy will next year take delivery of its fourth and final F-22P frigate. The locally built vessel will help it...

Tanzania seeking peace and stability in Pakistan

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Tanzania's minister of defence is present at the International Defence Exhibition and Seminar (IDEAS) in Karachi, Pakistan, with the aim of learning...

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Check before you speak, Minister!

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South African Defence and Military Veterans Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula needs to verify her facts before she speaks, or risk further embarrassment to the South...