Billion dollar deals with Israel :
Three Phalcon airborne warning and control systems to be mounted on Russian IL-76 aircraft. Total cost is estimated at $1.29 billion.
The Arrow anti-ballistic missile system, estimated at $2.5 billion.
Ten Barak anti-missile defence systems in addition to the seven already installed on Indian warships.
An unspecified number of unmanned aerial vehicles. About $142 million has been set aside to buy the drones.
A $105-million deal for electronic warfare systems for battleships, cleared by the Indian government last week. The navy earlier bought three fast patrol boats.
A $30-million deal for 3,400 Tavor assault rifles, 300 sniper rifles, night vision devices, concluded this year.
These will be given to about 3,000 soldiers of a new Special Forces group being trained by Israeli specialists to fight in disputed Kashmir.
Israel has provided avionics and weapons systems for 40 Russian Su-30 fighters that India bought in the mid-1990s. It is also involved in the upgrading of 125 MiG aircraft.
The two sides are also discussing upgrading the Indian air force's MiG-27 attack plane and British-made Jaguars and Sea Harriers.
India is also negotiating for high-tech fencing for military bases in Kashmir.