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INS Sindhurakshak likely to be converted into training platform

INS Sindhurakshak, the submarine that sank in the naval dockyard in Mumbai in 2013 killing 18 of its crew, is likely to be converted into a training platform for Naval divers. Zee News, 2 months ago

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India Submarine Import and Export Behavior

Sept. 30, 2015 Sindhughosh (Kilo) class SSK control room, Germany Historically, as India became increasingly interested in technology transfer and local production, the unwillingness of the Soviet Union to pursue such ...
 Nuclear Threat Initiative3 days ago
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Mumbai: All eyes on FSL at Kalina in Sheena Bora murder case

The Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) at Kalina is going to have a busy week. Sheena Bora's remains are to arrive at Kalina's Forensic Science Laboratory The Mumbai police on Friday collected the charred human remains, believed to be ...
 Mid Day1 month ago All eyes on FSL in Sheena Bora murder case  Mid Day1 month ago

China forces Navy to secure its backyard | Rs 5K-cr buying contract for Akash missiles

The Indian Navy is determined to control the Indian Ocean Region, the world's third largest water body, which it says is now a global economic highway. With two-thirds of the global oil, half of the container traffic and a third of the cargo traffic passing ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

The adventures of Captain Courageous Kalam

A P J Abdul Kalam, 83, was a daring President who undertook a submarine sortie, flew a Sukhoi jet, visited the Siachen glacier, world’s highest battlefield and interacted with troops at the Line of Control. But probably none as daring as a night-time flight from Aizawl airport that took off after the runway was illuminated with lanterns and torches. This occurred one evening in 2005 when Kalam, always wearing a genial smile, had completed all his official engagements during his ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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