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The Navy's largest destroyer INS Visakhapatnam is here!

The Navy's largest destroyer INS Visakhapatnam is here!

Indian Navy’s new destroyer, Visakhapatnam, with enhanced capability to operate in nuclear, biological and chemical atmosphere, will be launched in Mumbai on Sunday. The ship is the first of the four follow follow-up order of the Kolkata class warships and will give a major flip to India’s maritime capabilities when it is inducted in 2018. Ahead of its launch, here are a few facts about the stealth destroyer. 1) The ship, named Visakhapatnam (Project 15 B), a stealth destroyer, is ..., 3 days ago

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Sri Lanka arrests 54 Indian fishermen

Fifty-four Indian fishermen have been arrested by Sri Lankan navy for allegedly poaching in the country’s waters, days before the visit of a Lankan delegation to India to discuss the contentious fishermen issue. Sri Lankan Naval spokesman Commander Indika Silva said that 21 fishermen were arrested and five boats were seized at Kankesanturai while 33 others on five boats were arrested at Talaimannar on Saturday night. They were being brought to respective fisheries inspection offices for ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago Indians not allowed to fish in Lankan waters, says Maithripala Sirisena  IndiaTV News2 weeks ago Lankan PM at it again: Navy can shoot anyone who intrudes  Rediff.com1 month ago SL will shoot Indian fishermen if they cross border: PM Ranil Wickramesinghe  IndiaTV News1 month ago

Pakistan probably sheltered Osama, says former ISI chief

Al Qaeda's Osama bin Laden was killed in a raid by US Navy SEALs in Pakistan's Abbottabad Former head of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence Lt General Asad Durrani said that Pakistan most likely harboured Osama bin Laden in the years leading to the raid in Abbottabad on May 2, 2011 in which in Al Qaeda terrorist was killed, according to an Al Jazeera report. In an interview on the Head to Head show, the ISI director general, who served from 1990-1992, implied that Pakistan revealed ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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India's most-advanced warship to get the missing Missiles

Kolkata: Barak 8 missile of the Indian Navy’s INS Kolkata, has cleared all its tests and is ready for induction.Eight months back, Indian Navy’s most advanced warship was commissioned. Back then it was missing its most important weapon system - ...
 IndiaTV News2 months ago

Mission Accomplished: India to end air evacuation from Yemen on high note

The Indian Navy has done the impossible. Amidst heavy firing and war-like conditions, they have been able to evacuate 4,000 Indians from the strife-stricken country. Evacuees wait to board INS Tarkash at Djibouti. Photograph: @spokespersonMoD/Twitter And with that the Indian government is also planning to end air evacuations. “We will plan to end air evacuation efforts from Sana’a on April 8 and all those who want to leave should do so by Wednesday,” external affairs ministry ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago How India brought over 5,000 evacuees back from war-torn Yemen  Rediff.com1 day ago This 6-day-old baby is India's youngest evacuee from Yemen  Rediff.com1 week ago

Braving war-like conditions, Navy rescues 800 from Yemen

Over 800 Indians were evacuated from strife-torn Yemen on Saturday where the situation has deteriorated significantly due to escalation in fighting between warring groups. With today’s evacuation, India has so far taken out 1,800 of its citizens from the country. Minister of State for External Affairs V K Singh, who was overseeing the massive evacuation operation from Djibouti, had also gone to Sana’a, the largest Yemeni city from where Air India rescued Indians after getting ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Navy rescues 349 Indians from strife-torn Yemen  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Yemen: India to use sea routes to evacuate nationals  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Will burn you down: Bengal Missionary school gets threat letters

  Policemen in West Bengal’s Jalpaiguri town went on a round-the-clock vigil after a missionary school received four handwritten letters in Hindi, threatening to burn it and a nearby church if the nuns who run it did not leave immediately. Security has been beefed up at St Capitanio Girl's HigherSecondary School, a senior police officer informed. The first of these letters was found on March 11, three days before a 72-year-old nun was raped at Ranaghat in south Bengal. Initially, ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Navi Mumbai church attack: Cops still hunting for leads

Police investigating Saturday’s attack on a church in New Panvel area are grilling some suspects, but are yet to get concrete leads. There are no eyewitnesses to the incident and the scanning of CCTV footage has also not thrown up any substantial leads to identity the attackers, police said. According to Khandeshwar police, the attack was carried out by two masked persons who were riding pillion on a motorcycle at around 1.30 am on Saturday when they hurled stones at the Saint George ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago Cops meet Fadnavis' deadline, four held in church attack case  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Jabalpur church attack: Six arrested for vandalism  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Jabalpur: Hindu group activists enter church, smash panes, pots  Rediff.com4 weeks ago

PHOTOS: Women steal the show at R-Day parade

The all-women's contingent of the Indian Army, Navy and Air Force stole the show at the 66th Republic Day parade.  Women from the army march at the Republic Day parade. Photograph: PTI photo It was a historic day for Indo-US ties, but it was also a day to remember for the women of the country whose empowerment remained the central theme of the Republic Day parade on the ceremonial boulevard. From the women contingent of the three armed forces who marched in the parade for the first time ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Republic Day parade: First all women march by Army, Navy and Air Force personnel  IndiaTV News2 months ago Women soldiers to steal the show at R-Day parade  Rediff.com2 months ago Soon, lady officers may board India's warships  Rediff.com2 months ago

Reliance Infra buys Pipavav Defence in all-cash deal

Anil Ambani will take over as the chairman of Pipavav Defence with full management control Anil Ambani’s Reliance Defence Systems alongwith Reliance Infrastructure is all set to make a big bang entry into the defence sector by acquiring Pipavav Defence, one of India’s biggest private sector shipyard based in Pipavav in Gujarat in an all-cash deal. According to an official press release of the Reliance Group, Anil Ambani will take over as the chairman of Pipavav Defence with full ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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