Sindhurakshak accident cannot be blamed on anyone: Govt

The government on Tuesday said the explosion onboard submarine INS Sindhurakshak in 2013 that led to the death of 18 personnel was "probably induced" during the process of arming of the torpedoes and cannot be blamed on anyone.

BJP demands Antony`s resignation for naval incidents

BJP on Friday demanded the resignation of Defence Minister A K Antony asking him to take moral responsibility for a series of accidents involving naval warships.

Sindhurakshak tragedy: Six bodies to be sent to hometowns

The identified bodies of six crew members, who died in the August 14 INS Sindhurakshak submarine disaster, will be flown to their respective hometowns from here tomorrow for last rites, naval officials said.

Families of Sindhurakshak crew to get `special` compensation

Indicating that all 18 crew members in the ill-fated submarine INS Sindhurakshak have died, Defence Minister A K Antony on Thursday said treating it as a "special case", compensation would be given to their families.

Russia says it will assist India in submarine probe

Russian naval engineers will help Indian Navy in its investigation into the explosion on Sindhurakshak, the submarine which sank in Mumbai port after blasts on Wednesday, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said.

Sindhurakshak mishap: US, France, Germany offer help to India

Many countries including the US and France have offered help to India in its ongoing operations to bring out bodies in the sunken submarine INS Sindhurakshak.

Names of sunken submarine`s missing sailors released

The defence ministry on Thursday released the names of the 18 sailors and officers who were aboard the submarine INS Sindhurakshak that sank day before after the explosions.