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.

Japan says Chinese ships in disputed waters

Chinese ships sailed into disputed waters off Japan-administered islands in the East China Sea today, officials said, after G7 leaders cautioned against "intimidation" in territorial disputes.

Chinese naval ships visit Vizag on goodwill tour

Two Chinese naval ships are on a visit to the Eastern Naval Command headquarters in Vishakhapatnam on a goodwill tour.Two Chinese naval ships are on a visit to the Eastern Naval Command headquarters in Vishakhapatnam on a goodwill tour.

US ships are a target in case of war: Iran admiral

Iran will target American aircraft carriers in the Persian Gulf should a war between the two countries ever break out.

Chinese ships enter disputed waters: Japan coastguard

Three Chinese coastguard ships sailed into disputed waters in the East China Sea today as Beijing maintained its defiant stance after US President Barack Obama backed Tokyo in the row.

US, in nod to Tokyo, to send more ships to Japan, prods China

The United States moved on Sunday to reassure Tokyo over its mounting security concerns, saying it would send more missile defense ships to Japan following North Korean launches and use a high level trip to warn China against abusing its "great power."

China monitors Japanese ships around Diaoyu Islands

A Chinese marine surveillance fleet continued patrolling around the Diaoyu Islands Monday and monitored Japanese ships that entered the islands` waters.

SC issues notice to Centre on hijacking of ships by pirates

The Supreme Court issued notice to the Centre on a PIL seeking direction to the government to frame effective anti-piracy guidelines in the wake of increasing incidents of Indian seamen being held hostages by Somali pirates.

Guidelines to deploy guards on ships to combat piracy issued

Government has issued guidelines for deployment of armed guards on board merchant ships by the ship owners to combat piracy, Parliament was informed.

Western sanctions force Iran to load oil on idled ships: Report

Iran is loading hundreds of thousands of barrels of unsold oil to its ships after concealing their true identity.

Coast Guard to induct 250 ships, 100 aircraft

Indian Coast Guard will induct 250 ships and 100 aircraft over the next five years, a top
official said on Thursday.

13 Chinese sailors killed after ships hijacked

Thirteen Chinese nationals were
killed in an attack by suspected drug trafficker near the Thai-Myanmar border.

3 US ships in Vietnam to train with former foe

Three US Navy ships were
welcomed today by former foe Vietnam for joint training,
despite China`s irritation following weeks of fiery exchanges
between the communist neighbours over disputed areas of the
South China Sea.

Many ships failed to aid Libyan refugees: Migrant

The 50-foot (15-meter) wooden boat drifted across the Mediterranean for five days without food and water after its engine died, unable to propel the 117 people crammed aboard from war in Libya to safety in Europe.

Strikes force Gaddafi back; NATO ships on patrol

Gaddafi`s grip seemed to loosen in the western city of Misrata that has been his stronghold.

Diplomatic efforts to fight piracy; IMG to act as apex forum

The Cabinet Committee on Security decided on a slew of medium and long term measures including
stepped up diplomatic efforts and coordination between navies
of India and friendly countries to fight the menace of piracy.

Diplomatic efforts to fight piracy; IMG to act as apex forum

The Cabinet Committee on Security decided on a slew of medium and long term measures including
stepped up diplomatic efforts and coordination between navies
of India and friendly countries to fight the menace of piracy.

Iran: No hostile intentions for ships in Syria

The Navy Chief said voyage was meant to build up Iran`s defense capabilities.

Foreigners flee Libya turmoil as anger swells

Fears for safety of the foreigners were heightened after a Turk was killed.

S Lanka to acquire two ships for ferry service with India

Sri Lankan government plans to
acquire two passenger ships to be deployed for the ferry
services to and from India after a gap of more than 25 years.