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Maritime security: Seychelles keen to join group

Amid increasing Chinese influence in the Indian Ocean, Seychelles on Thursday asserted that the region “belongs” to countries sharing maritime boundaries and said it was “actively” considering participating in a security framework for the strategic ... Asian Age, 2 days ago

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The Telegraph

Green test in Pink City for Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today pitched a greater role for the Indian Navy in the Pacific Ocean at a summit with leaders from 14 tiny regional nations. However, he stumbled upon concerns on climate change and worries over a growing joust for strategic ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago ‘Ocean is critical for India’  Asian Age1 week ago India, UAE denounce state-sponsored terrorism  Deccan Herald1 week ago Modi's visit puts fresh focus on a good relationship  Abu Dhabi National2 weeks ago

India, Japan, U.S. plan naval exercises in tightening of ties in Indian Ocean

* First trilateral wargames in Indian Ocean in 8 years * China's expanding naval footprint in the region * Modi pushes for a more assertive Indian posture By Sanjeev Miglani NEW DELHI, July 22 (Reuters) - Japan is se
 Sify1 month ago The war that helped India regain its military confidence  Rediff.com4 days ago Wary of China? India, Japan, US plan naval exercises in Indian Ocean  Economic Times1 month ago India, Japan, US plan naval exercises in tightening of ties in Indian Ocean  Economic Times1 month ago
Malay Mail

MH370: France to conduct searches off Reunion Island until Monday

A French military transport crew member inspects the Indian Ocean during a search mission along the coast on the French island of Reunion. ― Reuters pic KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 13 ― France will conduct air and sea searches off its Indian Ocean ...
 Malay Mail2 weeks ago MH370: Malaysian experts inspecting debris in Maldives for possible link  Malay Mail2 weeks ago More MH370 debris in the Maldives?  IAfrica.com2 weeks ago Maldives joins MH370 debris hunt  Yahoo!Xtra2 weeks ago
Frontier Post

Answer on MH370 could come this week

(CNN)A definitive answer could come this week on whether a barnacle-encrusted plane part that washed up on an Indian Ocean island is part of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Expert analysis of the Boeing 777 wing component, which was found ...
 Frontier Post3 weeks ago Wing debris found in Indian Ocean from MH370? Australia ...  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago Wing part may be confirmed as from MH370 this week: Australia  Borneo Post Online3 weeks ago Wing part arrives in France as MH370 link investigated  CapitalFM Kenya4 weeks ago
Times of India

China's looming shadow forces Indian Navy to secure its backyard

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.
 Times of India3 weeks ago China forces Navy to secure its backyard | Rs 5K-cr buying contract for Akash missiles  Economic Times3 weeks ago
Times of India

China's presence in Indian Ocean Region: India must evolve its own Indo-Pacific maritime policy

China is seeking access and control of islands in the IOR to trump its less than favourable maritime geography and the Maldives, it appears, has been suitably 'persuaded'. By C Uday Bhaskar The world has three navigable oceans - the Pacific, Atlantic and ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago China says India must not think of Indian Ocean as its backyard  Times of India1 month ago China says India mustn't think of Indian Ocean as its backyard  Times of India1 month ago

India to face Drought situations

KOCHI: The rapid warming of the equatorial Indian Ocean region and the cooling of atmosphere over the Eurasian continent centred around China would lead to frequent monsoon drought years in the coming decades, scientists have warned. The emission ...
 Deccan Chronicle4 weeks ago Frequent monsoon drought likely in India: Scientist  Prokerala4 weeks ago 'Frequent monsoon and drought years in coming decades'  Sify4 weeks ago Frequent Monsoon and Drought Years in Coming Decades: Scientists  NDTV4 weeks ago

India closely monitoring movement of foreign warships in Indian Ocean Region: Navy vice-chief

India is not too concerned with reports of a People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) submarine visiting the Karachi port in May but closely monitoring all such movement in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR), vice chief of naval staff Vice Admiral P Murugesan said ...
 Times of India2 months ago India closely monitoring foreign warship movement in IOR: vice Navy chief  Times of India2 months ago
IndiaTV News

Rapid warming of Indian Ocean weakening the monsoon, may impact agriculture and financial sectors: Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology

The weakening trend in summer rainfall during 1901-2012 was also observed over the centraleast and northern regions of India.
 Economic Times2 months ago Indian monsoon weakened by Indian ocean warming  Economic Times2 months ago Indian Ocean warming has weakened monsoon in parts of India  Business Standard2 months ago Indian Ocean warming weakens monsoon in parts of India  News on Air2 months ago
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