An Indian Navy (IN) board of inquiry (BoI) is believed to have recommended decommissioning INS Sindhurakshak , the Russian 'Kilo'-class submarine that sank in Mumbai in August 2013 following an on-board explosion. Official sources said the recently ... Jane's, 1 month ago
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All India | Written by Sudhi Ranjan Sen | Updated: September 25, 2014 20:06 IST Explosions on board INS Sindhurakshak in August 2013 - which caused the death of 18 sailors and the vessel to sink in Mumbai harbour - happened because critical Standard Operating ...NDTV, 1 month ago Know about INS Sindhurakshak tragedy IndiaTV News, 2 months ago INS Sindhurakshak CO likely to face court martial Hindustan Times, 2 months ago
Tezpur/Silchar, Aug. 12: A year after Assam sailor Naruttam Deuri died on board the INS Sindhurakshak after the submarine sank at the Mumbai naval dockyard, nothing much seems to have changed at his Major Chapori residence in Lakhimpur district. But for ...The Telegraph, 2 months ago
The accidents involving INS Sindhurakshak and INS Sindhuratna account for 20 of these deaths. 18 personnel were killed in Sindhurakshak mishap. NEW DELHI: Six officers were among the 21 personnel who were killed in 22 accidents involving naval warships and ...Economic Times, 2 months ago 21 personnel killed in naval warships, submarine accidents in 3 years Rediff.com, 2 months ago
The officers and men of INS Brahmaputra felt enormously proud of the glorious deeds of the Indian army. Defence projects worth Rs 80,000 crore were cleared on Saturday by the government, which also decided that six submarines would be made ...Indian Express, 4 days ago Letters: A 'made in India' defence Business Standard India, 1 day ago Defence allowed to flex shopping muscle Calcutta Telegraph, 4 days ago Defence Ministry Clears Defence Projects of Worth Rs. 80,000 Cr New Indian Express, 5 days ago
The first Scorpene submarine, to be named INS Kalvari post-commissioning, is almost ready and will go on trial within a year, following which it will be inducted into the Navy in 2016. The six Scorpene class of submarines will initially be based at Mumbai for ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago Defence Minister reviews Scorpene submarine project Business Standard India, 2 months ago Jaitley reviews Scorpene submarine project Millennium Post, 2 months ago Arun Jaitley reviews Scorpene submarine project Economic Times, 2 months ago
By By Admiral Arun Prakash (Retd) …I feel personally responsible for each and every one of you, as if you were my own sons and daughters. And so my only prayer is that you serve with honour and return home safely. Thus spoke former US ...Eurasia Review, 2 months ago
Union Defence Minister Arun Jaitley (Photo: PTI/File) New Delhi: Delivering on its promise of expediting the pace of urgently-needed defence acquisitions for the armed forces, the Modi government on Saturday cleared acquisitions worth about Rs ...Deccan Chronicle, 4 days ago MoD clears defence needs worth Rs 80,000 crore Asian Age, 4 days ago India buys Israel missile, snubs United States Deccan Chronicle, 4 days ago
NEW DELHI: To expedite infrastructure projects — road and rail — along the border with China for strategic reasons and also for better connectivity, principal secretary to Prime Minister has called a meeting of top officials of key ministries ...IPA Newspack.com, 2 weeks ago
NEW DELHI: Admiral DK Joshi, who resigned as Navy chief on February 26 taking moral responsibility for repeated accidents involving naval vessels, said the root cause of his resignation was the "dysfunctional and inefficient" operating environment ...Times of India, 2 weeks ago Former Navy chief admiral DK Joshi criticises UPA govt's defence management ZeeNews.com, 2 weeks ago Admiral Joshi Criticises UPA Govt's Defence Management New Indian Express, 2 weeks ago Former Navy chief Admiral Joshi breaks silence Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago
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