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Indian, Sri Lankan fishermen repatriated

Fifty-one Indian and three Sri Lankan fishermen were on Tuesday repatriated to their respective countries in line with the decision taken at a recent ministerial-level talks held in Colombo, a Fisheries official said.

Second Kalvari class submarine Khanderi to be launched on Jan 12

Khanderi, the second Kalvari class submarine, will be launched at the Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited (MDL) here on January 12.

100 warships will be delivered to Indian Navy in 2017, says Kolkata-based manufacturer

100 warships will be delivered to Indian Navy in 2017, says Kolkata-based manufacturer

"Next year in February-March, we will deliver our 100 warships. This is a rare distinction for a shipbuilding yard," GRSE's CMD Rear Admiral (retd) A K Verma told reporters.

Indian Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba on five-day visit to Japan to explore new avenues

Indian Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba on five-day visit to Japan to explore new avenues

India and Japan share similar maritime challenges such as long coastline, extensive Exclusive Economic Zone, coastal security, large coastal shipping and fishing fleet, wherein both navies have opportunities to learn from each other's experiences.

India-Russia naval exercise codenamed 'Indra Navy-16' to begin from Wednesday

India and Russia will hold their annual bilateral naval exercise 'Indra Navy-16' from Wednesday in the Bay of Bengal, the Indian Navy said on Tuesday.

2016's biggest mystery: Missing IAF AN-32

2016's biggest mystery: Missing IAF AN-32

The Indian Air Force's AN-32 plane, which was en route to Port Blair from Chennai, went missing over the Bay of Bengal on July 22.

Havelock Island: Navy rescues 425 stranded tourists as Cyclone Vardah hampers operation

Havelock Island: Navy rescues 425 stranded tourists as Cyclone Vardah hampers operation

The massive operation to rescue thousands of tourists stranded in Andaman and Nicobar's Havelock Island and Neil Island is currently underway after whether condition in the island showed some improvement. 

Rescue operations continue at Havelock Island in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, 300 tourists evacuated

Rescue operations continue at Havelock Island in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, 300 tourists evacuated

As 800 tourists remain stranded at Havelock Island in Andaman and Nicobar Islands due to heavy rains and a storm, Indian Air Force on Friday announced that seventeen people have been rescued in the first shuttle.

Indian Navy's Chetak helicopter makes emergency landing in Goa

An Indian Navy helicopter on Friday made an emergency landing after oil leakage was detected, officials said. All the persons aboard are safe.

INS Betwa mishap: Navy Chief visits naval dockyard; BoI to probe incident

INS Betwa mishap: Navy Chief visits naval dockyard; BoI to probe incident

INS Betwa, undergoing a refit at the dry dock, slipped and toppled over on her side, killing two sailors and injuring 14 naval personnel.

As China warships 'clutter' Indian Ocean, India says it's ready for any eventuality

As China warships 'clutter' Indian Ocean, India says it's ready for any eventuality

Underscoring the preparedness of the armed forces, Navy Chief Admiral Sunil Lanba said that the Indian Navy is ready to meet all challenges.  

Pak claim on Indian submarine in its waters is 'totally bogus': Navy Chief Lanba

Pak claim on Indian submarine in its waters is 'totally bogus': Navy Chief Lanba

We deploy our submarines where we need operational necessity and the need for them to be, Navy Chief Sunil Lanba said.

India needs to put greater focus on submarine building plans: Manohar Parrikar

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Tuesday said that India needs to put greater focus on its submarine building plans and increase its fleet.

India plans to increase its submarine fleet

 Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Tuesday that India should focus on its submarine building plans and increase its fleet.

Why INS Chennai – India's largest-ever guided missile destroyer – is significant for Navy

Why INS Chennai – India's largest-ever guided missile destroyer – is significant for Navy

Adding more firepower to the country's maritime defence, surveillance and combat capabilities, INS Chennai – the largest-ever warship built in India – was on Monday commissioned to the Indian Navy at a glittering ceremony.

India vs England: R Ashwin fulfills promise, celebrates Visakhapatnam win with navy sailors

India vs England: R Ashwin fulfills promise, celebrates Visakhapatnam win with navy sailors

Inspirational cricketer Ravichandran Ashwin on Monday celebrated India's thumping win over England in the Visakhapatnam Test by sharing a cup of coffee with Indian Navy sailors.

Made in India guided missile destroyer INS 'Chennai' joins Navy

Made in India guided missile destroyer INS 'Chennai' joins Navy

The ship is a potent platform capable of undertaking a variety of tasks and missions, spanning the full spectrum of maritime warfare.

Pakistan Navy says it ‘blocked’ Indian submarine, India rubbishes claim

Pakistan Navy says it ‘blocked’ Indian submarine, India rubbishes claim

Categorically deny Pak media report that an Indian submarine was detected by Pak Navy and blocked from entering Pakistani waters, the navy said.

Navy inducts four types of indigenously developed sonars

Navy on Friday formally inducted four types of indigenously developed sonars that will boost its underwater surveillance capability.

Indian Navy concludes 'Paschim Leher' exercise

The Western Naval Command of the Indian Navy has concluded a major operational exercise, conducted in the Arabian Sea.