Detained US ship not involved in gunrunning: Sandhu

Deputy National Security Adviser Nehchal Sandhu today said he did not think that the American ship, detained by National Coast Guard off Tamil Nadu coast for carrying arms, was involved in gunrunning.

Detained ship may be floating armoury to check piracy: Dy NSA

The government is awaiting a report on an American ship, detained by Coast Guard for its suspicious movement in Indian waters, believed to be a floating armoury meant to supply arms to private agencies engaged in stopping piracy in high seas.

Sea piracy drops to five-year low

The activity of sea pirates in international waters has subsided to the lowest level since 2008, according to a report by an international maritime watchdog.

India expresses serious concern over piracy

India has expressed serious concern over piracy, particularly off the coast of Somalia.

UNSC adopts India initiated statement to curb piracy

The United Nations Security Council has adopted an India initiated statement expressing serious concern over continued violence by pirates against seafarers and calling for a comprehensive response by the international community.

World sea piracy falls to lowest level since 2008

A maritime watchdog says global sea piracy has fallen to its lowest level since 2008 as threats from Somalia ease.

India pitches for global strategy to fight piracy

India pitched for a collective global strategy and a joint naval task force to fight the scourge of piracy.

Govt to come out with a law to tackle piracy

Sea brigands still have 53 Indians in their custody.

Indian Navy has a plan to deal with sea piracy: Chidambaram

As Somali pirates seized one
more ship carrying 24 Indians, government on Thursday said the
Indian Navy has a plan to deal with hijacking of vessels on
the high seas.