India to receive advanced ‘Submarine Rescue System’ from UK

India to receive advanced ‘Submarine Rescue System’ from UK

New Delhi/London: Taking into consideration the Chinese threat, India is increasing its preparedness to handle all kinds of emergency situations in deep waters. Within a month, the Indian Navy will receive its first advanced Submarine ‘Rescue System’. India had signed an agreement for INR 175 billion with a UK company for two ‘Flyaway Submarine Rescue […]

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Increasing China’s dominance along the eastern border and Indian Ocean, a concern: Admiral Lanba

Increasing China’s dominance along the eastern border and Indian Ocean, a concern: Admiral Lanba

New Delhi: Increasing Chinese dominance and chauvinism along the Eastern border and in the Indian Ocean is a cause of concern, warned the Indian Naval Chief, Admiral Lanba. There are reports that China has sent six warships to the Indian Ocean in view of the Maldives emergency. China has augmented the air defence by deploying […]

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India and Oman sign agreement for Duqm Port

India and Oman sign agreement for Duqm Port

Muscat: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on his Gulf visit has signed important agreements with Oman. These include the co-operation agreement for opening up the Duqm Port for the Indian Navy. This is considered as an important achievement for India. It is claimed that this will help India to reply the Chinese navy trying to corner […]

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Indian Navy launches Scorpene class submarine ‘Karanj’

Indian Navy launches Scorpene class submarine ‘Karanj’

Mumbai: ‘Karanj’ the completely indigenously made Scorpene class submarine has been launched. Before this the ‘INS Kalvari’ has been commissioned in the Navy and the ‘INS Khanderi’ submarine from the same class, is undergoing testing trials. ‘Karanj’ is the third in the series and will soon be taken up for testing trials. Reena Lanba, wife […]

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Indian Navy must remain ever ready for challenges, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman

Indian Navy must remain ever ready for challenges, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman

New Delhi: “The Indian Navy must be vigilant and ever-ready to face any challenges”, said the Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman. She appreciated and expressed her satisfaction on the performance of the Indian Naval forces. During her address at the “Naval Commanders’ Conference”, she assured of efforts to soon mitigate the shortcomings currently faced by the Navy. During the […]

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China’s destroyers at Karachi Port in Pakistan

China’s destroyers at Karachi Port in Pakistan

New Delhi: Three Chinese destroyers have entered Pakistan’s Karachi port. As part of the strategic cooperation between the two countries, these destructors have come to visit the Karachi port. At the same time, India has decided to deploy the warships in the gulf of Malacas & to give a direct counter answer to China’s strategic movements. The Indian Navy informed that the deployment in Malacca would be permanent. Chag Chun, […]

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India to buy ’Barak 8’ from Israel for Indian Navy

India to buy ’Barak 8’ from Israel for Indian Navy

Tel Aviv – After signing the deal worth Rs.12,800 crore for purchasing the missile-intercepting system Barak-8 (MR-SAM) from Israel last month, India has signed an additional deal with Israel worth Rs. 4 thousand crore ($630 million). India will buy Barak-8 missiles from Israel for Indian Navy. Israel’s Aerospace Industries has made the announcement about signing of […]

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The Indian Naval Chief visits Sri Lanka amidst its political instability

The Indian Naval Chief visits Sri Lanka amidst its political instability

Colombo : The Chief of Naval Staff, Admiral Sunil Lanba is on a visit to Sri Lanka. Admiral Lanba attended the ‘Galle Dialogue’, an annual conference organized between the Indian and Sri Lankan Navies. The Naval Chief is to meet and hold talks with the Sri Lankan President, Maithripala Sirisena, the Prime Minister, Ranil Wickremesinghe and […]

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Largest ever destroyer of Indian make ‘INS Chennai’ commissioned into Indian Navy

Largest ever destroyer of Indian make ‘INS Chennai’ commissioned into Indian Navy

Mumbai : On Monday, the largest-ever indigenous destroyer ‘INS Chennai’  was  inducted into the Indian Navy in the presence of the Defence Minister, Manohar Parrikar. ‘INS Chennai’ is the third ‘Kolkata’ class destroyer and it was constructed in the ‘Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited’. During the event, Defence Minister Parrikar warned in clear words that even […]

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Indian Navy inducts ‘Sonar System’ Made in India, increases maritime surveillance capability

Indian Navy inducts ‘Sonar System’ Made in India, increases maritime surveillance capability

New Delhi : Indian agencies have gained success in  indigenously developing four ‘Sonar Systems‘ that can issue warnings of any threat in the seas. On Friday, these indigenously made in India ‘Sonar Systems’ were inducted in the Indian Naval fleet. Due to the concurrent addition of four different types of systems to the naval fleet, […]

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