DNA: Michael Clarke breaks down at Phil Hughes' funeral

Australia cricket captain Michael Clarke broke down in tears as he paid tribute to friend and team-mate Phillip Hughes at the batsman's funeral.

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Navy Chief warns of increasing threat of maritime terrorism

 Navy Chief Admiral RK Dhowan on Wednesday warned of increasing threat of maritime terrorism and described the recent attack by militants to hijack a Pakistani frigate in Karachi as a "very very serious situation".

Sri Lankan Navy arrests four Indian fishermen

Four Indian fishermen have been arrested by the Sri Lankan Navy, according to reports.

Manohar Parrikar to meet top defence brass in Delhi today

New Delhi: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar will hold a series of meetings with the top brass of the three services and his ministry starting Monday.

South Korean navy ships to make port call at Chennai

 Two warships of the Republic of Korea Navy would call at Chennai port this month, as part of an initiative by the consulate of that country here to strengthen ties with the Korean community living in the city.

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Chinese submarine docks in Sri Lanka despite Indian concerns

Sri Lanka has allowed a Chinese submarine and a warship to dock at its port in the capital Colombo, officials said on Sunday, despite concerns raised by India about China's warming relations with the Indian Ocean island nation.

Sailor's wife complains against Navy

 Wife of a Naval sailor belonging to the Eastern Naval Command, who had raised allegations of financial irregularities against his senior officers, today alleged her husband was being illegally kept in a hospital here and efforts were being made to establish that he was suffering from mental illness.

India, Singapore can consider warship-building venture

 Singapore and India should consider exploring the untapped potential of cooperation in naval ship building, an expert from an Indian naval think-tank said here today.

Israel Navy arrests 7 Palestinian fishermen off Gaza

Israel`s Navy arrested seven Palestinian fishermen off northern Gaza on Wednesday, officials on both sides said, with the army claiming their boats had strayed beyond the permitted fishing limit.

Navy undertakes medicare drive in lakshadweep

As part of the Navy's community outreach programme, a warship was deployed by the Southern Naval Command to Lakshadweep for providing health related training and medicare facilities.

Navy chief asks force to ensure readiness levels

 Naval chief Admiral R K Dhowan, who took over after a series of mishaps, has directed the force to monitor with "due earnestness" the readiness levels of Navy's frontline fighting units while stressing on ingenious repairs and responsive operational logistics.

Ceasefire violations: Service chiefs meet Defence Minister Arun Jaitley

In view of major ceasefire violations by the Pakistani troops along the international border targeting forward Indian posts and its unprovoked shelling on several villages, the three service chiefs late Tuesday met Defence Minister Arun Jaitley.

Indian Navy to set up a full-fledged naval base at Porbandar

 The Navy has decided to set up a naval base at the coastal town of Porbandar, said Indian Navy's Flag Commanding Officer (FCO) for Gujarat and Maharashtra, Rear Admiral Ashok Kumar today.

Why a 'gay' Navy officer made history in Chile

A Navy officer on Wednesday became the first member of the Chilean military to reveal he is gay -- a groundbreaking admission in this conservative Catholic country.

Naval War Room leak case: Trial to begin September 8

A court here on Friday framed charges against businessman Abhishek Verma and others in the Naval War Room leak case and fixed Sep 8 for recording of statements of the prosecution witnesses in the case.

Indian Navy warship in Malaysia on goodwill visit

Indian naval warship INS Ranvijay today entered the Sepanggar port in Malaysia on a three-day goodwill visit aimed at strengthening bilateral defence ties.

Navy gets Centre`s go-ahead for international fleet review

The central government has given the Navy the go-ahead to hold an international fleet review in 2016, after a gap of 15 years, in which more than 50 countries are expected to participate.

Sri Lankan Navy arrests 50 fishermen

Fifty fishermen from Nagapattinam and Karaikal have been arrested by the Sri Lankan Navy personnel for allegedly fishing near the Lankan coast.

Sri Lankan Navy arrests 38 Tamil Nadu fishermen

Thirty-eight fishermen from Kottaipattinam and Rameswaram were arrested by Sri Lankan Navy personnel on charges of crossing International Maritime Boundary Line.