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Close interaction with allies gives Indian Navy an edge; Beijing must be wary of its presence in South China Sea

Close interaction with allies gives Indian Navy an edge; Beijing must be wary of its presence in South China Sea

Much has been written by experts on the perceived isolation of India at the recent Belt and Road conference in China.

World’s first Submarine Safety Information Portal launched

World’s first Submarine Safety Information Portal launched

The Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) launched the world’s first Submarine Safety Information Portal which will give real-time information to submarines moving in the region about potential hazards including deep-sea oil rigs.

India’s warship builders enjoy premium position in world:Lanba

India’s warship builders enjoy premium position in world:Lanba

The Indian warship building industry enjoys a premium position in the world, having built every type of ships, aircraft carriers and submarines, Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba has said.

Colombo Refuses to Dock Chinese Submarine, India Keeps Close Watch

Colombo Refuses to Dock Chinese Submarine, India Keeps Close Watch

After being refused permission by Sri Lanka to dock at Colombo, a Yuan-class conventional submarine is now likely to head to Karachi as India is monitoring the situation closely

Three services are split on forming joint theatre commands

Three services are split on forming joint theatre commands

While the chiefs of the three defence services appeared together to issue the Joint Doctrine last month, the three forces disagree on the proposal to create integrated theatre commands

New scales for forces, a few anomalies stay

New scales for forces, a few anomalies stay

The government tonight notified the 7th Central Pay Commission (CPC) with revised emoluments for the three armed forces, while addressing a few core anomalies and leaving out some for resolution later on

India, Russia military drills to be held in tri-service format

India, Russia military drills to be held in tri-service format

India and Russia are working on a new format of military exercises involving their armies, navies and air forces, a first for both countries

Navy officer expresses unhappiness over delay in SP

Navy officer expresses unhappiness over delay in SP

The inordinate delay in firming up the much-awaited strategic partnership model by the government for roping in select private industry for defence production may adversely impact procurement of strategic assets for Indian Navy, a top Navy official said today.

Why Navy’s rejection of Naval LCA is wrong

Why Navy’s rejection of Naval LCA is wrong

Former Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Arun Prakash recently published an article severely critical of the Naval Light Combat Aircraft program (“Navy’s rejection is a lesson, failure of DRDO”, Economic Times, 8 February 2017).

Navy War Room Leak Case: Abhishek Verma’s Ex-Business Partner Moves Court

Navy War Room Leak Case: Abhishek Verma’s Ex-Business Partner Moves Court

A former business partner of arms dealer Abhishek Verma, accused in the 2006 Naval War Room leak case, has moved a Delhi court to direct ED to file a report on the probe into the PMLA case allegedly involving him

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