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Two high-speed interceptor boats inducted into Navy

The high-speed vessels, capable of operating in shallow waters, were acquired for Sagar Prahari Bal, a unit of the Navy created post-26/11 Mumbai terror attacks as part of the coastal security construct, said a defence press release here.

Water pumping starts in main shaft of Meghalaya's coal mine

Rescue divers from the Indian Navy and the NDRF are yet to be able to make any significant impact in their search and rescue operations as the water level is still beyond 100 feet, the safe diving capacity for the divers.

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Indian Navy recruitment 2018: Last date to apply for 3,400 sailor posts is December 30

Indian Navy recruitment 2018: The online window for the application process will be closed on December 30, 2018. The candidates can apply online through the official website, joinindiannavy.gov.in.

Indian Navy recruitment 2018: Online application process begins for 3,400 sailor posts, apply at joinindiannavy.gov.in

Indian Navy recruitment 2018: Interested candidates can start applying at the official website – joinindiannavy.gov.in. The last date to send the application is December 30, 2018

Navy inducts deep submergence rescue vehicle

The vehicle can rescue as many as 14 people in one dive, a Navy official said.

Overwhelming superiority over Pakistan at sea, says Navy chief Sunil Lanba

Addressing the annual press conference before the Navy Day, Admiral Lanba said, “By 2050, we will also have 200 ships, 500 aircraft and be a world-class navy”.

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American tourist's killing in Andaman not a failure of coastal security: Navy chief

Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba said Chau came as a tourist in Andaman and Nicobar Islands and had requisite permissions to be there. The case is being investigated by ANC (Andaman and Nicobar Command) police, he said.

The Trinity Of Power

INS Arihant will enable India to assert its rights on water, besides land and air.

Mumbai: Retired Army captain held for duping aspirants

The accused, Captain (retd) Imendri Trinetra (49), had taken voluntary retirement from the Army in 2001. He now runs Saraswati Defence Academy in Vishakapatnam, said police.

INS Arihant is now operational: All about India's nuclear deterrent in the sea

INS Arihant is a vital cog in India's quest in attaining a minimum deterrent nuclear 'triad', which is the ability to fire nuclear-tipped missiles from land, air and sea.

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Merchant navy vessel MV Infinity One reports water ingress; Indian Navy says disaster averted

INS Trikand and CGS Amal were rushed to render help to MV Infinity one 20 Nm off Goa coast after the vessel had reported water ingress and dangerous list.

International Fleet Review 2016: Glimpses of Indian Navy's majestic display

President Pranab Mukherjee inspected one of the largest maritime events in the recent past, as International Fleet Review 2016 (IFR 2016) took place off the Visakhapatnam coast on Saturday (February 6).

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INS Kochi, India's Guided Missile Destroyer, commissioned

INS Kochi is the second ship of the Kolkata-class (Project 15A) Guided Missile Destroyers.

Indian Navy launches three warships in Kolkata

A formal launching ceremony of the three Water Jet Fast Attack Craft (WJFAC) was held in Kolkata on Tuesday (June 30).

First Look: This magnificent ship will soon be INS Vikrant

India today undocked its first indigenously-built aircraft carrier INS Vikrant at a simple ceremony at Cochin Shipyard Limited.

Today in pics: Mumbai metro to start operations on Sunday

The Mumbai metro services on Varsova-Ghatkopar corridor would begin from Sunday.

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Navy confirms two deaths on board INS Sindhuratna

The Indian Navy has confirmed the deaths of Lt Commander Kapish Muwal and Lt Manoranjan Kumar.

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Reliance Defence to set up shipyard in Visakhapatnam

Mumbai, Jan 11 (ANI): Reliance Defence has signed an accord with Andhra Pradesh Government to set up a naval facility along the country’s coast with an initial investment of Rs.50 billion. Reliance Defence, a unit of billionaire Anil Ambani’s Reliance Infrastructure, plans to build submarines and aircraft carriers as well as to provide services including maintenance and refitting of ships at the facility. Reliance Chairman Ambani cited estimates saying the Indian navy could spend nearly 200 billion rupees annually over the next 15 years on acquisitions and fleet modernisation of submarines and aircraft carriers.

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Admiral Dhowan commissions INS Kadmatt into Indian Navy

Visakhapatnam, Jan 07 (ANI): Chief of Naval Staff, Admiral R.K. Dhowan, on Thursday commissioned INS Kadmatt into the Indian Navy and said the ship is indigenously designed by the Indian Navy's in-house organization. He assured that commissioning of INS Kadmatt marks yet another milestone in the journey towards self-reliance and Make-in-India. About 90per cent of the ship is indigenous and is equipped to fight in Nuclear, Biological and Chemical (NBC) warfare conditions.

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