Missile frigate INS Betwa, which tipped over while undocking on December 5 last year, is likely to be set upright in another two months as the Indian Navy on Monday signed a contract with a marine salvage firm for ‘righting’ the boat.
China’s first aircraft carrier formation which moved close to Taiwan and conducted drills in the disputed South China Sea has returned to Qingdao port after finishing exercises and testing combat-capability, the Chinese navy has said.
Signalling a major restructuring of the armed forces, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be given a detailed presentation by the armed forces
The Indian Navy is set to sign a contract with a foreign salvage firm for around Rs20 crore to make the frigate-class warship INS Betwa upright and get her back floating.
India’s leading shipbuilder Mazagon Dock Shipbuilder Limited (MDL) is all geared up to launch Khanderi, the second of the six Kalvari-class submarines, being locally built in India on January 12th. The event will have Minister of State for Defence Subhash Bhamre and senior Naval officials in attendance.
In order to build dedicated jetties for parking ships and submarines on ports across Gujarat, both the Indian Navy and the Coast Guard will be signing MoUs worth over Rs 1,000 crore with the Gujarat government. This is the biggest quantum of MoUs to be signed by these two defence arms in the Vibrant summits […]
Seeking to change the old practice of inducting incomplete warships, the defence ministry and the Indian Navy are now planning to induct the first Scorpene-class submarine INS Kalvari only when it is full ready for operational deployment.
The India Army has been asked to study recent restructuring by China of its commands into ‘theatre commands’ where in one man commands resources of all three services.
Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Sunil Lanba received the Chairman, Chiefs of Staff Committee (COSC) baton from the outgoing Chief of Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha at a ceremony in South Block, New Delhi today.