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Fuel tank falls off from MiG-29 during takeoff in Vizag, Navy orders probe

Fuel tank falls off from MiG-29 during takeoff in Vizag, Navy orders probe

A fuel tank accidentally fell from Indian Navy's fighter jet MiG-29K while it was taking off from the naval air station INS Dega in this coastal city in Andhra Pradesh on Monday.

Scorpene data leak 'a matter of serious concern', asked DCNS for urgent probe: Navy Chief Sunil Lanba

Scorpene data leak 'a matter of serious concern', asked DCNS for urgent probe: Navy Chief Sunil Lanba

Navy Chief Sunil Lanba on Monday termed the Scorpene data leak as 'a matter of serious concern'.

Scorpene data leak unintentional, navy will address all concerns: Parrikar

Scorpene data leak unintentional, navy will address all concerns: Parrikar

Parrikar said that he has instructed the navy to find out areas of concerns based on inputs and take appropriate steps to address it.

Navy takes up Scorpene leak issue with French government

Navy takes up Scorpene leak issue with French government

A day after reports that documents related to India's Scorpene submarine have been leaked, the Indian Navy on Thursday said the issue has been taken up with the French government, as a high-level committee set up by the Defence Ministry analyses the impact.

Scorpene submarine data leak: French ex-naval officer's hand suspected; 'serious matter', says Opposition

Scorpene submarine data leak: French ex-naval officer's hand suspected; 'serious matter', says Opposition

A report by 'The Australian' suggested that a former French naval officer, who was working as a sub-contractor for the DCNS, might be behind the leak of the sensitive data.

Secret data on Scorpene submarines leaked, Manohar Parrikar seeks report from Navy; France says it will cooperate with India

Secret data on Scorpene submarines leaked, Manohar Parrikar seeks report from Navy; France says it will cooperate with India

More than 22,000 pages of top secret data on the capabilities of six highly advanced submarines being built in Mumbai have been leaked.

Centre must explain Scorpene submarines leak, says Congress

The Congress Party on Wednesday demanded a proper explanation from the government and swift punishment against culprits involved in the reported leak of sensitive data related to India`s Scorpene submarines.

Mahad bridge collapse: Indian Navy locates another car with bodies trapped inside

Mahad bridge collapse: Indian Navy locates another car with bodies trapped inside

Indian Navy divers on Sunday recovered two more bodies from Savitri river in Raigad district after a British-era bridge in Mahad collapsed due to floods.

Mahad bridge collapse: Wreckage of second bus found

Mahad bridge collapse: Wreckage of second bus found

On Thursday, wreckage of Rajapur-Borivali MSRTC bus was retrieved approximately 170 and 200 meters from the collapsed bridge.

Japanese warships on Mumbai visit

Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force (JMSDF) ships Yuudachi and Yuugiri entered Mumbai Harbour today for a scheduled visit till tomorrow.

Remain 'combat ready', Navy chief tells naval personnel

Remain 'combat ready', Navy chief tells naval personnel

Admiral Lanba said the Indian Navy's core responsibility is to secure the country's maritime frontiers and provide maritime security to ensure unhindered national development and economic progress.

India orders four P-8I maritime spy planes from Boeing to check China's presence in Indian Ocean

India orders four P-8I maritime spy planes from Boeing to check China's presence in Indian Ocean

India has already deployed eight of the long-range P-8I aircraft to track submarine movements in the Indian Ocean.

Some objects found, need to verify if from AN-32: Manohar Parrikar

As the search for the missing AN-32 aircraft with 29 defence personnel on board entered the sixth day on Wednesday, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said some objects have been found in the Bay of Bengal and search teams have been asked to verify if they were of the ill-fated plane.

AN-32 search still on, ISRO satellite imagery sought

The Indian Navy, which has pressed a flotilla of vessels, including a submarine, to locate a missing an Indian Air Force transport aircraft, on Sunday said it has sought the satellite imagery of the area from ISRO.

INS Viraat embarks on farewell voyage to Kochi

India's magnificent second aircraft carrier, 'INS Viraat', which in its previous avatar led the British task force that retook the Falkland Islands in 1982, lifted anchor on Saturday afternoon for her final voyage from Mumbai to Kochi, powered by her own boilers, prior to her scheduled de-commissioning.

Did Indian Air Force's AN-32 plane vanish due to catastrophic accident?

Did Indian Air Force's AN-32 plane vanish due to catastrophic accident?

Naval and Coast Guard ships continued to search for the missing Indian Air Force AN-32 aircraft with 29 people on board in the Bay of Bengal on Saturday, with no sightings of any debris so far.

No trace of missing IAF AN-32 plane as yet; Defence Minister undertakes aerial survey

No trace of missing IAF AN-32 plane as yet; Defence Minister undertakes aerial survey

The plane was 280 kilometres east of Chennai when it fell off the radar.

Two naval patrol boats sink after fire, no one injured

Two high-speed patrol boats of Indian Navy, which are used for security of assets in the waters around Mumbai, on Tuesday sank at the naval dockyard here following a fire that broke out in one of the vessels.

South China Sea tensions: Indian naval officer says ready to help other Asian countries

South China Sea tensions: Indian naval officer says ready to help other Asian countries

Close on the heels of a United Nations-backed tribunal's verdict invalidating China's vast claims in the South China Sea, a senior officer of the Indian Navy has said that the country is prepared to help other Asian nations in case of breach of their maritime security.