Tag: Indian Ocean

India-Japan Defence Relations: Promises And Problems

India’s defence minister met his Japanese counterpart recently as part of the India-Japan Annual Defence Ministerial Dialogue.

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Chinese Navy’s Live-Fire Drill May Be Warning Shot To India Amid Ongoing Doklam Stand-off

The Chinese navy has held a live-fire drill in the waters of the western Indian Ocean, in a possible

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Doklam Smashes China’s Claims Of Peaceful Rise

As recently as in 2016, when China came out of its white paper on its defence preparedness, it was

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Malabar 2017: Interoperability Of Minds

The sea phase of Malabar 2017 trilateral naval exercise held in the Bay of Bengal was successful. India, the

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Geopolitical Dimensions Of Malabar 2017

The 2017 edition of the Malabar multilateral naval exercise has entered the sea phase. This edition is significant for

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Pentagon Asked to Work Closely With India in Maritime Domain

A key Senate panel has asked the Pentagon to reassess its approach to partner with India and cooperate with

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India down to 4 old minesweepers as Chinese Subs step up forays into Indian Ocean

India is now left with just four old minesweepers, which are specialised warships used to detect, track and destroy

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China projects power in Indian Ocean

As China prepares to imminently launch its first indigenously built aircraft carrier in Dalian, and as the People's Liberation

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Six cases of Chinese submarine deployment in Indian Ocean in four years: Navy chief Sunil Lanba

Six incidents of Chinese deployment of submarines in the Indian Ocean have been detected since 2013, said Chief of

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If India doesn’t stop vigilance on neighbours, China will have to fight back: Media

India is trying to undermine China's efforts to maintain close ties with Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bhutan, the official

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