DDMB holds first meeting

March 2014
Vayau Aerospace & Defence Review;2014, Issue 2, p25
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the first meeting of the Design & Development Management Board (DDMB), directed by the Indian Government for promoting self-reliance in India's defence preparedness held in Bangalore, India on March 20, 2014.


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