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Navy’s multilateral exercise Milan 2022 to kick-off from Feb 25

Navy’s multilateral exercise Milan 2022 to kick-off from Feb 25

🕔10:12, 24.Feb 2022

New Delhi, Feb 24 (IANS) The Indian Navy’s multilateral exercise Milan 2022 is set to be organised in two phases from February 25 in Visakhapatnam. It will be conducted over a duration of nine days in two phases with the harbour

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Prez reviews Naval Fleet, says safety of seas remains critical

Prez reviews Naval Fleet, says safety of seas remains critical

🕔18:11, 21.Feb 2022

Visakhapatnam, Feb 21 (IANS) President Ram Nath Kovind reviewed Naval Fleet comprising over 60 ships and submarines, and 55 aircraft on Monday here and said safety of the seas remains a critical requirement. Lauding the efforts of the Indian Navy, the

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Indian Navy’s ‘Milan’ in a pandemic-stricken world

Indian Navy’s ‘Milan’ in a pandemic-stricken world

🕔07:52, 17.Feb 2022

New Delhi, Feb 17 (IANS) A biennial multilateral naval exercise incepted by the Indian Navy in 1995, the MILAN series of exercises, started off with the participation of only four countries — Indonesia, Singapore, Sri Lanka and Thailand. Over the decades

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Iran, China and Russia hold joint naval drill in Indian Ocean

Iran, China and Russia hold joint naval drill in Indian Ocean

🕔07:25, 22.Jan 2022

New Delhi, Jan 22 (IANS) Iran, China and Russia have launched a joint naval exercise in the Indian Ocean, with the aim of boosting marine security, the Daily Mail reported. Iran’s state TV said that 11 of its vessels have been

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President witnesses naval ops demo, visits IAC Vikrant at Kochi

President witnesses naval ops demo, visits IAC Vikrant at Kochi

🕔07:00, 23.Dec 2021

Kochi, Dec 23 (IANS) President Ram Nath Kovind on Wednesday witnessed naval operation demonstration in the Ernakulam channel, and also visited the indigenous aircraft carrier (IAC) ‘Vikrant’, which is under construction at the Cochin Shipyard Ltd here. The combat capability of

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India, Sri Lanka, Maldives maritime ops to tighten security in Indian ocean

India, Sri Lanka, Maldives maritime ops to tighten security in Indian ocean

🕔16:48, 27.Nov 2021

Colombo, Nov 27 (IANS) A two-day maritime operation between India, Sri Lanka and Maldives to tighten security in the Indian Ocean started on Saturday. “The Tri-lateral Focused Operations, between India-Sri Lanka-Maldives commenced at Sea from 27-28 November 2021. The exercise under

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India deploys naval ship in Persian Gulf to ensure safe trade

India deploys naval ship in Persian Gulf to ensure safe trade

🕔07:11, 19.Nov 2021

New Delhi, Nov 19 (IANS) India has deployed a naval ship in the Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman to ensure safe and secure movement of trade, instill confidence in the maritime community and contribute to regional maritime security. “INS Trikand

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MDL delivers first ‘Project 15B Class Destroyer’ ship to Indian Navy

MDL delivers first ‘Project 15B Class Destroyer’ ship to Indian Navy

🕔05:47, 1.Nov 2021

Mumbai, Nov 01 (IANS) The Mazagaon Dock Shipbuilders Ltd (MDL) has delivered the first ship of the ‘Project 15B Class Destroyer’, or Yard 12704 (Visakhapatnam) to the Indian Navy, an official said here on Sunday. The acceptance documents were signed by

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MISSION DEPLOYED – INS TABAR

MISSION DEPLOYED – INS TABAR

🕔22:04, 22.Sep 2021

New Delhi, Sept 22: Towards enhancing military cooperation with friendly nations, Indian Naval Ship INS Tabar was mission-deployed in international waters for over three months from 13 June 21. During the deployment, she made 11 port calls in nine countries

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Cyclone kills 6 in Maharashtra, airport shut, Navy on rescue to Bombay High

Cyclone kills 6 in Maharashtra, airport shut, Navy on rescue to Bombay High

🕔19:46, 17.May 2021

Mumbai, May 17  At least 6 persons were killed in Maharashtra as the fury of Cyclone Tauktae wreaked havoc in the state, bringing heavy rains, strong gales of over 100 km/hr, uprooting scores of trees, damaging over 2,500 homes, disrupting

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India to join France-led naval drill ‘La Perouse’ for first time

India to join France-led naval drill ‘La Perouse’ for first time

🕔06:23, 25.Mar 2021

New Delhi, March 25  India will, for the first time, participate in the France-led naval war game ‘La Perouse’ in the Bay of Bengal next month, top government sources said. Australia, Japan and the US also participate in Le Perouse,

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Navy effectively protects maritime interests of India: Rajnath

Navy effectively protects maritime interests of India: Rajnath

🕔17:56, 19.Aug 2020

New Delhi, Aug 19  Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday lauded the Indian Navy for effectively carrying out mission-based deployments in the Indian Ocean Region to protect the maritime interests of the country. As the three-day Naval Commanders Conference 2020

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Navy, IAF get ready to evacuate stranded citizens from Gulf nations

Navy, IAF get ready to evacuate stranded citizens from Gulf nations

🕔17:54, 29.Apr 2020

New Delhi, April 29  The government has directed the Indian Navy to get their big sailing engines ready to bring back citizens stuck in the Gulf countries due to the coronavirus induced lockdown. India has imposed a travel ban both

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Jaitley, defence chiefs pay tributes to martyrs on Kargil Vijay Diwas

Jaitley, defence chiefs pay tributes to martyrs on Kargil Vijay Diwas

🕔11:58, 26.Jul 2017

New Delhi, July 26  Defence Minister Arun Jaitley and chiefs of Army, Navy and Air Force on Wednesday paid tributes to martyrs to mark the Kargil Vijay Diwas. Jaitley, along with Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, Navy Chief Admiral Sunil

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Coast guard, navy to lease AAI land for surveillance units

Coast guard, navy to lease AAI land for surveillance units

🕔10:53, 30.Dec 2014

New Delhi, Dec 30 The government  approved leasing of land owned by the state-run Airports Authority of India (AAI) to the coast guard and navy for establishing surveillance facilities. The cabinet which met here said that owing to the illegal

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