A file picture of INS Sindhuratna. New Delhi: Seven officers of the Indian Navy who were found guilty have been punished in relation to the accident on the INS Sindhuratna, the submarine that suffered an on-board fire on February 26, 2014. ... NDTV, 1 day ago
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NEW DELHI: The captain of INS Sindhuratna will now face a general court martial (GCM) for the mishap on board his Kilo-class submarine, which killed two officers, injured several sailors and proved to be the final trigger for Admiral D K Joshi to ...Times of India, 1 day ago INS Sindhuratna captain to face court martial Economic Times, 17 hours ago
The commanding officer of INS Sindhuratna will face court martial even as six other officers have been severely reprimanded for the tragedy onboard the submarine which resulted in the death of two in February last year. Navy officials said that ...Indian Express, 1 day ago Court martial for submarine blaze Calcutta Telegraph, 22 hours ago
While a report on the probable causes behind the INS Sindhurakshak mishap has been submitted to the Naval Headquarters in Delhi by the Board of Inquiry (BoI), other committees have been formed to decide the boat’s future, ranging from converting it for ...Asian Age, 1 month ago Inquiry report on INS Sindhurakshak tragedy submitted Press Trust of India, 1 month ago Board set up to find out how long INS Viraat will last DNA India, 1 month ago
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+ New Delhi, Dec 4 (ANI): Indian Navy Chief Admiral RK Dhowan on Thursday said that inquiry is still on over the unfortunate explosions in INS Sindhurakshak and all aspects are being analyzed. Dhowan on Wednesday had indicated that human error ...International Business Times India, 1 month ago Human error caused Sindhurakshak mishap: Navy chief India Today, 1 month ago Human error caused INS Sindhurakshak accident: Navy chief Daiji World, 1 month ago Submarine mishap due to human error: Chief Admiral RK Dhowan Deccan Chronicle, 1 month ago
New Delhi: Nearly 18 months after an explosion on board submarine INS Sindhurakshak sunk the vessel, killing 18 personnel, Navy Chief Admiral RK Dhowan on Wednesday indicated that human error besides other factors could have led to the tragedy. Addressing a ...Zee News, 1 month ago Navy Chief RK Dhowan does not rule out human error in submarine tragedy Economic Times, 1 month ago Navy does not rule out human error in sub tragedy The Gulf Today, 1 month ago Dhowan does not rule out human error in sub tragedy Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 1 month ago
Navy Chief Admiral RK Dhowan on Wednesday stated that there were many reasons behind submarine INS Sindhurakshak's explosion that had killed 18 naval personnel in August last year adding that investigations are still underway."The INS Sindurakshak ...Business Standard, 1 month ago Mishandling of weapons led to Sindhurakshak explosion: Navy chief Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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Crew fatigue may have led to the August 2013 mishap on board submarine INS Sindhurakshak off the Mumbai coast Eighteen personnel were killed in the navys worst peacetime accidentHindustan Times, 1 month ago
Vizag, Nov 7: In a similar accident like that of INS Sindhurakshak, another Navy vessel sank outside the harbour at Vizag at 7:30 pm, killing a sailor. While 24 people were rescued by a naval ship, three personnel are still missing. Inside reports suggest ...One India, 2 months ago Navy ship sinks outside Vizag, one sailor dead Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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