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17, May 2017, by : FnF Defence Correspondent

As part of the Indian Navy's overseas deployment to the West Coast of Africa and the Mediterranean Sea, three Indian warships, INS Mumbai, INS Trishul and INS Aditya, arrived at Jeddah for a three-day visit.Read News

30, Apr 2017, by : FnF Correspondent

A four day Naval Commanders' Conference is scheduled at New Delhi from 02 - 05 May 17. The Chief of the Naval Staff, with the Commanders-in-Chief, will review major operational, training and administrative activities undertaken in the last six months and deliberate the away ahead on important activities and initiatives in the near future. Read News

09, Mar 2017, by : FnF Desk

Two questions are worth asking in the wake of the decommissioning of one of the two aircraft carriers of the Indian Navy – INS Viraat (the oldest of its kind in the world) – on 6 March at the Naval Dockyard in Mumbai: One, is an aircraft carrier that costs billions of dollars needed for a nation's securityRead News

13, Feb 2017, by : FnF Desk

Pakistan would go all out to contain grave threats to peace and security in the Indian Ocean primarily due to nuclearisation started by India, said Sartaj Aziz, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif 's adviser on foreign affairs Read News

18, Oct 2016, by : FnF Defence Correspondent

India quietly commissioned into service its first indigenous nuclear submarine, the INS Arihant, in August this year and the vessel has been operational since then, The Times of India reported on Tuesday while citing sources. Read News

30, Aug 2016, by : FnF Desk

French company DCNS has obtained a Australian court order restricting newspaper 'The Australian' from further publishing leaked documents on India's Scorpene submarine project, and hand over all company material. Read News

24, Aug 2016, by : FnF Desk

Highly classified information on what makes six submarines being built in Mumbai so crucial for India's security have been leaked - more than 22,000 pages that serve as the operating manual of the Scorpene submarine have been made available with excerpts released online by an Australian newspaper.Read News

05, Jun 2016, by : FnF Defence Correspondent

India was chosen to co-chair the important Working Group on Improving Maritime Situational Awareness (MSA) in the Region through consensus. The session was chaired by Mr. Joel Morgan, the Foreign Minister of the Seychelles and more than 60 countries and organisations participated in the four-day meeting.Read News

05, Jun 2016, by : FnF Defence Correspondent

The Green Initiatives Programme of the Indian Navy completes two years on World Environment Day. Over this period, considerable impetus has been given to reduce the overall carbon footprint of the Navy. Being a responsible and multidimensional force, the Indian Navy believes in an all inclusive and sustainable growth. Read News

31, May 2016, by : FnF Defence Correspondent

Vice Admiral Sunil Lanba took charge as the new chief of the Naval Staff, as Admiral RK Dhowan superannuated from service. "I am sure under his leadership, the Indian Navy will execute every task,” Dhowan said. Read News

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