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Navy gets INS Sindhukirti back

Indian Navy planners heaved a sigh of relief on Friday at the return of a frontline Kilo-class submarine, INS Sindhukirti, which has been missing from the operational fleet through a nine-year "refit" (overhaul) in Hindustan Shipyard Ltd, ... Business Standard India, 1 week ago

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Submarine accident: 2 Navy officers may face court martial

NEW DELHI: Two senior naval officers are now likely to face court martial for the accident on board submarine INS Sindhurakshak, which sank due to internal explosions and killed three officers and 15 sailors at the Mumbai naval dockyard in August ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago Sindhurakshak accident cannot be blamed on anyone: Parrikar  India Today4 weeks ago Decommissioning of INS Sindhurakshak  PIB4 weeks ago

INS Sindhurakshak explosion occurred during arming of torpedoes: Ministry of Defence

The minister has however shared that disciplinary action has been initiated against two officers on the chain of command for individual lapses. In a rare official word on the probable cause of explosion onboard submarine INS Sindhurakshak that resulted in the ...
 Economic Times4 weeks ago 'INS Sindhurakshak blast occurred while arming'  Economic Times4 weeks ago Sindhurakshak explosion occurred during arming of torpedoes: MoD  Economic Times4 weeks ago

Navy monitors China's nuclear submarine threat in Indian Ocean

Convinced that the presence of a Chinese nuclear powered attack submarine in the Indian Ocean in the last few months is part of a carefully choreographed exercise to expand its military presence in the region, senior Navy Officers have told NDTV ...
 MSN News US1 day ago Germany Looking to Dock Submarine Deal with India  Marine Link5 days ago Govt-to-govt deal on submarines  Calcutta Telegraph6 days ago India's Submarine Modernization and Expansion  NATO Council of Canada6 days ago
Millennium Post

Govt may reconsider tobacco sale on Navy ships

In the midst of 11 incidents in last 22 months on Navy vessels and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's pledge to contain the tobacco menace in the country, the government is now mulling reconsidering sale of tobacco products authorized for serving ...
 Millennium Post2 days ago

Moga Molestation Incident Rocks Parliament

NEW DELHI: Both Houses of Parliament were adjourned repeatedly on Tuesday morning as the Opposition protested demanding a discussion on the molestation and death of a 14-year-old girl in Punjab's Moga last week. In the Rajya Sabha, the Congress ...
 New Indian Express4 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Father of 3 & sole breadwinner

Bishwa Sonowal's (inset) wife Jupi consoles one of her daughters and (below) neighbours gather at their Naltala home in North Lakhimpur district on Tuesday. Pictures by UB Photos Tezpur, May 5: The body of an Assam Rifles jawan, Bishwa ...
 Calcutta Telegraph4 weeks ago

What good are submarines without torpedoes

How will the navy's six Scorpenes fight, when their primary weapon -- the Black Shark torpedo -- is blocked by a ministry of defence ban on the company chosen to supply these? This gloomy scenario provides a heaven-sent opportunity to revisit the navy's torpedo purchase plan, handled without strategic vision and economic foresight. Ajai Shukla reports. The ceremony on Monday marking the "undocking" -- or completion of work -- on India's first Scorpene submarine should have occasioned relief.
 Rediff.com1 month ago

In torpedo delay lies opportunity to build domestic industry

The ceremony on Monday marking the "undocking" - or completion of work - on India's first Scorpene submarine should have occasioned relief. Yet, naval headquarters faces the lingering question: how will the navy's six Scorpenes fight, when their ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
The Freepress Journal

First Scorpene undocks

12:22 am Mumbai : Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar launched the undocking of the country's first indigenously-built Scorpene class submarine, Kalvari and announced that the next submarine-building project, Project-75 India (P75 I) which is to be ...
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago Manohar Parikkar undocks first indigenously-built submarine  Nagaland Post1 month ago
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