India Gets Strategic Access In South-east Asia Region

By negotiating access to the strategically located Sabang island in Indonesia and by inking an implementation pact with Singapore for logistic support for naval platforms including submarines, India is being seen as having attained a huge strategic foothold in south-east Asia, even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi headed home after a tour widely seen as successful.

Meanwhile, before his return to India on Saturday, Mr Modi in Singapore visited the Changi Naval Base and met officers and sailors of the Indian Navy and Royal Singapore Navy. Read More

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