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20 Amazing Facts About Indian Navy That Everyone Should Know

NEW DELHI: India is the seventh-largest country in the world and owns the coastline of 7,516.6 km. Here comes the role of the Indian...

Sushma Swaraj meets with Kulbhushan Jadhav’s mother and wife

A day after their meeting across a glass panel with Kulbhushan Jadhav in Islamabad, the mother and wife of the Indian national on death row in...

TU-142M, a long range Maritime Patrol aircraft of Indian Navy decommissioned after 29 years of service arrives at Vizag to be converted into Museum

Visakhapatnam, Apr 8, 2017: TU-142M, one of the long range Maritime Patrol aircraft of the Indian Navy which was decommissioned after 29 years of...

Indian Navy bids farewell to TU 142M patrol aircraft

Arakkonam, March 29: The Indian Navy's long-range maritime patrol aircraft TU 142M, which played a key role in a number of key operations including...

Indian subsidiary of French naval major DCNS contributes to Clean Ganga Fund

New Delhi, March 24, 2017: DCNS India, the Indian subsidiary of French naval major DCNS, on Friday said it has contributed to the Clean Ganga...

Indian Navy inducts Four Indigenous Sonars to give a Boost to its Underwater Surveillance Capability

New Delhi, November 18, 2016: The Indian Navy on Friday inducted four indigenous sonars to give a boost to its underwater surveillance capability. The systems are...

Indian Navy commissions new fast attack Craft ‘INS Tihayu’ for Patrolling

Visakhapatnam, October 19, 2016: The Indian Navy on Wednesday commissioned a highly manoeuvrable fast attack craft 'INS Tihayu', which will now be deployed along the eastern...

With no signs of debris, search continues for AN-32 aircraft

A Coast Guard official told IANS that there was sightings of any aircraft debris in the Bay of Bengal by the search team ...

Indian Air Force plane along with 29 people on board goes missing

A transport plane of the Indian Air Force with 29 people on board went missing today, July 22, while flying from Chennai to...

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar moots the idea of women’s entry in NDA, on warships and in Sainik schools

Parikkar believes that this status quo, which resists women in these roles, needs to be challenged The army and the navy are yet...

Glass ceiling is broken in year that gave boost to defence manufacturing

New Delhi: The Make in India initiative got a huge push with Russia agreeing to manufacture upwards of 200 light helicopters in India, a move...

Women pilots will be considered for naval services: Defence ministry

New Delhi: A proposal to induct women pilots in the navy was under consideration of the defence ministry and certain clarifications have been sought from...

Indian Navy to negotiate purchase of multi-role helicopters

New Delhi: The Indian Navy is finally set to open price negotiations with Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation for buying 24 Seahawk S-70B shipboard multi-role helicopters (MRHs)...

India strengthening its naval prowess

New Delhi: In a bid to add teeth to the Naval prowess, India is considering to procure three more French Scorpene. While China and...

Indian Navy Day: Strategic, technological prowess key for Navy

The need of a professional defence mechanism has been, and will remain, of prime importance in managing organised and unorganised violence, which is further...

Indian Navy is ‘totally secular’, says Navy Chief

New Delhi: When the term ‘growing intolerance’ had become a household name in India, Navy Chief Admiral RK Dhowan stated on Thursday that the...

Naval force patrolling efforts result into zero piracy in coastal areas

Mumbai: The Indian Navy has reported zero piracy in 2015 due to dedicated patrolling and led to savings worth over Rs.23,000 crore for the Indian...

SC suspends HC order allowing permanent commission to women officers in navy

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday suspended the Delhi High Court order which directed the Navy to give permanent commission to all women officers...

Efforts on to trace two pilots of crashed Pawan Hans chopper

A government undertaking, the PHL currently has nearly four dozen big and small helicopters in its fleet and is engaged in providing support services to the oil sector's off-shore operations, services to remote hilly areas and tourist charters.

Indian Navy keen on fielding indigenous n-sub at international fleet review

New Delhi: As the country gears up for the International Fleet Review (IFR), the Indian Navy is keen to ready the indigenous nuclear-powered submarine INS...

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