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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.

Women naval officers return from sea adventure

They exemplify grit and courage, proving that nothing is impossible for the fairer gender. And now these six valiant women officers of the Indian Navy are back from their gruelling sea expedition from Mauritius.

Navy to conduct major security drill, rescue exercise off Kochi coast today

Navy to conduct major security drill, rescue exercise off Kochi coast today

The Indian Navy will be conducting a major search and rescue exercise in Kochi on Wednesday to check the preparedness of the command to deal with a situation of military and civil aircraft crash over land.

Indian Armed forces mark International Yoga Day across land and sea

Over four lakh personnel from the Army alone participated in the events.

Indian Navy to hold mock search and rescue exercise on Wednesday

Indian Navy will conduct a search and rescue exercise on Wednesday near here in a bid to assess its preparedness to deal with a situation of military/civil aircraft crash over the land.

Armed forces mark International Yoga Day across land and sea

Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag, IAF Chief Arup Raha and Coast Guard Director General Rajendra Singh took part in the events.

Indian Navy's all-women crew yacht INSV Mhadei creates history, docks in Port Louis

Indian Navy's all-women crew yacht INSV Mhadei creates history, docks in Port Louis

Covering the 2,100 nautical miles voyage from Goa to here, through rough seas whipped up by the Southwest Monsoon, in 20 days, this was the first voyage by an all-women crew on any Indian Navy vessel.

Indian Navy's all-women crew yacht to reach Mauritius today

INSV Mhadei, commanded by Lt Cdr Vartika Joshi, set sail for Mauritius on May 24 on a training voyage for the all-women's team.

Toxic gas leaks on Indian Navy's aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya; two dead, two injured

Toxic gas leaks on Indian Navy's aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya; two dead, two injured

Shipwright Artificer Rakesh Kumar and Mohandas Kolambkar, an employee of M/s Royal Marine succumbed due to gas inhalation.

India-US-Japan 'Malabar' joint military exercise begins

India-US-Japan 'Malabar' joint military exercise begins

The first harbour phase will conclude on June 13. The second sea phase will run June 14-17 off Okinawa Island.

How five 'dummy terrorists' managed to sneak into Mumbai and set alarm bells ringing

How five 'dummy terrorists' managed to sneak into Mumbai and set alarm bells ringing

Nearly eight years have passed since Mumbai was attacked by 10 Lashkar-e-Toiba terrorists on the fateful night of November 26, 2008.

New Indian navy deputy chief G Ashok Kumar takes over

 Ashok Kumar has served as the commanding officer of INS Kulish and Ranvir.

Pakistan turns down India's request for consular access to Kulbushan Jadhav

Pakistan has turned down India's request for consular access to Kulbushan Jadhav, who has been arrested by Pakistani agencies claiming he was a RAW spy, media reports said on Saturday.

Admiral Sunil Lanba takes charge as new Chief of the Naval Staff - Things you may not know about him

Admiral Sunil Lanba takes charge as new Chief of the Naval Staff - Things you may not know about him

Admiral Sunil Lanba took pover as the new Chief of the Naval Staff on Tuesday as the outgoing Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral R.K. Dhowan superannuated from service.

When Rajiv Gandhi explained features of a new Indian Navy ship to his parents-in-law

When Rajiv Gandhi explained features of a new Indian Navy ship to his parents-in-law

The incident finds mention in a new book - 'From Inside the Steel Frame' - written by retired bureaucrat Ashok Pandey.