A team of researchers at the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) in India has developed a new type of lightweight bulletproof vest that has cleared its final trials. The vest, named Bhabha Kavach, is made of a new composite material that is both strong and lightweight. It is also much cheaper than traditional bulletproof vests. The vest is significantly lighter than existing bulletproof vests, weighing only 8.2 kg. It is also capable of stopping up to eight bullets fired from an AK-series rifle.
The Bhabha Kavach vest is expected to be a major boon to the Indian Armed Forces, which have been struggling with the weight and cost of traditional bulletproof vests. The new vest is also likely to be of interest to other law enforcement and security agencies around the world.
The development of the Bhabha Kavach vest is a significant achievement for Indian science and technology. It is also a testament to the commitment of the Indian government to providing its security forces with the best possible equipment.
I am excited to see this new technology being rolled out to the Indian Armed Forces and other security agencies. It will make a real difference in protecting the lives of those who serve our country.