INS Vindhyagiri (F-42), the sixth and the last of the Nilgiri class of frigates, which was damaged in an accident last year, has been decommissioned.
Bombay High Court granted permission to Indian Navy to destroy a naval ship which had been grounded in the city dockyard for over a year.
The Supreme Court Monday refused to stay the release of a Cyprus commercial ship, which had collided with an Indian Naval ship near Mumbai port, causing extensive damage and a loss of Rs 1,058 crores.
The Navy has begun salvage operations
of the frigate INS Vindhyagiri which is resting on sea bed at naval dockyard after colliding with Cyprus-flagged merchant vessel Nordlake here 10 days ago.
The warship had caught fire after colliding with a merchant vessel off Mumbai Sunday.
Indian Naval Warship Vindhyagiri
rescued the motor launch ML Kartiki and its four crew, on Tuesday
about 270 nautical miles west of Mumbai coast.
Day in Pics: 30th March
Showbiz World - March 30, 2015
Katrina Kaif’s wax statue at Madame Tussauds unveiled!