India’s Ambassador to Egypt Sanjay Bhattacharyya and Egyptian singer Eman Iman Al Baher Darwish inaugurated the Indian Ocean World Music Show at Gomhoria Theatre in Cairo.
Fusion rock band Indian Ocean has joined hands with the Walk of Hope, an ongoing ‘padayatra’ (march).
Indian government have voiced concern that the law will be used by China to extend its military influence, but they have been assured by the Government of Maldives that Indian Ocean would remain “a demilitarised zone”.
Indian Ocean have composed for a sizable number of films besides their albums, but the band’s vocalist Rahul Ram says they will never do an item number for any Bollywood movie. Rahul, one of the founding members of the group, said they have nothing against item songs but they refrain from composing them as they […]
The US Senate voted to let the Pentagon build a naval base and support facility at Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean.
Rahul Ram, vocalist and bassist of Indian Ocean, believes “Bollywood has changed” and it’s a “purely money-driven industry”.
Delhi must stop complaining and start thinking of how to repair strained ties with the Maldives
Going against the grain of entrenched pacifism in Japan, Abe is making the case that Tokyo should respond to the rapidly unfolding geopolitical changes in the region.
China has long seen Myanmar and Pakistan as gateways to the Indian Ocean.
It is not easy to recall the last time when an Indian Prime Minister articulated India’s objectives and policy for the Indian Ocean.
It is the first visit by a leader from Beijing since the former British protectorate gained independence in 1965.
While Prime Minister Narendra Modi is talking up the importance of building sea ports along India’s coastline, China is focused on developing maritime infrastructure far beyond its own shores, whether greenfield ports in the Indian Ocean or the modernisation of the Panama Canal linking the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. After constructing new ports in Gwadar […]
Transponders allow agencies like the Coast Guard to monitor location of vessels across Indian Ocean.
China is seeking a permanent presence in the Indian Ocean through a “string of pearls”, or a network of bases, has been debated for a while.
JACC said an Australian contracted survey vessel will also be involved in conducting the bathymetric survey, and will arrive in the search area in June.