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Sea Food in Rapid Decline Around the World: Study

Fish market favourites such as orange roughy, common octopus and pink conch are among the species of fish and invertebrates in rapid decline around...

British-led Nekton Scientific Mission in Indian Ocean Reaches an End

The British-led Nekton scientific mission on Thursday completed a seven-week expedition in the Indian Ocean aimed at documenting changes beneath the waves that could...

Over 7,000 New Marine Species Discovered from Pacific, Atlantic and Indian Ocean

Over 7,000 new marine species have been discovered from the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian oceans, shedding new light on understanding of microbial biodiversity in...

Scientists Prepare To Explore Uncharted Indian Ocean

 Scientists prepared Thursday to embark on an unprecedented, years-long mission to explore the Indian Ocean and document changes taking place beneath the waves that...

Conflict and Diplomacy exercise on the South China Sea

One-third of global maritime traffic. An estimated $5 trillion in annual trade. Six claimant nations. One body of water. And that’s just on the...

Strong Monsoons reversing India’s 50-year Dry Spell: Study

BOSTON, July 25, 2017: Indian summer monsoons have strengthened over the past 15 years, reversing a 50-year dry period during which northern and central...

Killing of Indian Fisherman allegedly by the Sri Lankan Navy raised in Lok Sabha

New Delhi, March 9, 2017: Members in the Lok Sabha on Thursday raised the issue of the killing of an Indian fisherman allegedly by...

Indian Ocean Warming leads to change in the Rainfall Pattern and Groundwater Storage in India

Kolkata, Jan 10, 2017:  The changing rainfall pattern, which is linked to the warming of the Indian Ocean, is the key factor driving changes...

NATO Ends Anti-Piracy Mission in Indian Ocean after a sharp drop-off in attacks by Somali Pirates

Nov 23, 2016: NATO has ended Operation Ocean Shield after a sharp drop-off in attacks by Somali pirates. The Royal Danish Air Force carried out...

Literary Review:Ports of the Ancient Indian Ocean

  The Red Sea was used as a trade route from 3rd century B.C. to 6th century C.E. The trades that happened were not...

Wooing India: US focuses entry into Indian weapons market, wants Russia out

by Nadezhda Alekseeva and Russkaya Planeta Washington: It has become apparent that the Americans are making great efforts to establish a military and political partnership with...

Indo-Madagascar Connection

by Aurosikha Priyadarshini We all have come across the name Madagascar either in movies, school textbooks. And who does not know about the famous Madagascar...

India an important region: Japanese Navy Chief

By Anjali Ojha India is an "important" country in the Indian Ocean region and will have to take responsibility for security in the area, said Japan Maritime Self...

Geostrategic loss of India in the age of global warming

In the wake of global warming, Arctic Ocean could be foreseen free of ice during summertime, says a study published in the journal Nature...

India’s foreign secretary arrives in Maldives

Male/New Delhi:  Indian Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar arrived in the Maldivian capital on Monday, as part of interactions with South Asian neighbors. India's external affairs ministry...

Bollywood is a purely money-driven industry : Indian Ocean’s Rahul Ram

New Delhi: The musical landscape of the Hindi film industry is constantly evolving and Rahul Ram, vocalist and bassist of long-running folk rock band...

Extra heat trapped inside Pacific, Indian ocean : NASA

Washington: A layer of the Indian and Pacific oceans, between 100-300 metres below the surface, has been accumulating more heat than previously recognized, thus temporarily...

5.4 magnitude earthquake strikes Andaman and Nicobar, no Tsunami alert sounded

By NewsGram Staff Writer A medium intensity earthquake, measuring 5.4 on the richter scale has struck the Andaman islands. As per reports from the Indian Meteorological...

From Mangoes to Defence: 5 things PM Modi will do to strengthen ties with Mauritius

By Newsgram Staff Writer From selling Mangoes to developing Agalega Island in Mauritius, Prime Minsiter Narendra Modi is doing all to develop stronger ties in...

India and Seychelles to establish a Joint Working Group and expand cooperation on marine economy

By Newsgramm Staff Writer Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi who reached Seychelles late on Tuesday as a part of his three nation visit in the Indian...

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