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Chinese spy ship shadows US, India, Japan joint naval exercise
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Chinese spy ship shadows US, India, Japan joint naval exercise

A Chinese navy spy ship on Wednesday entered Japan’s territorial waters for the first time in over a decade while tailing two Indian naval ships during trilateral Malabar naval exercise attended by the US, India and Japan. Japanese P-3C patrol aircraft spotted the Dongdiao-class intelligence vessel sailing in territorial waters to the west of Kuchinoerabu Island around 3:30 am, Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Hiroshige Seko told reporters. The ship travelled on a southeasterly ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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India's Kalvari stealth submarine starts sea trials

Kalvari, Indian Navy’s first indigenous Scorpene-class stealth submarine, on Sunday sailed out of Mumbai Harbour for sea trials even as the plan to purchase heavy-weight torpedos for the vessel remains stuck due to the VVIP chopper scam. Kalvari is the first of the India’s six Scorpene-class submarines being built under the much-delayed Project 75. The vessels are being built by Mazagon Dock Limited in collaboration with French company DCNS. In October 2015, Kalvari had been ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago India forced to upgrade submarine fleet to counter Chinese design in India Ocean  DNA4 weeks ago
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Family of officer on board missing IAF plane hopeful for his safe return

Expressing their anxiety and grief over the missing India Air Force AN-32 plane, Airman Bhupat Singh’s family is hoping that everyone is safe and the rescue team finds the aircraft soon. “We are waiting to get the news of his safety. We came to know about this through TV,” said Sangeeta, the wife of Bhupat Singh. Bhupat Singh has 23 years of experience in the Indian Navy and seeks possessed knowledge about ships. “Singh was busy with some official formality and said ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago 4 days on, no sign of debris or survivors from missing IAF AN-32 plane  Rediff.com4 days ago IAF An-32 aircraft missing: Parrikar undertakes aerial survey of search ops  Rediff.com6 days ago
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INS Viraat to set sail for the last time this week

After nearly six decades in service, India’s majestic aircraft carrier INS Viraat will set sail for the last time from Mumbai to Kochi this week, powered by its own boilers before it is decommissioned. Once the ship berths itself with the Southern Naval Command on July 27 after sailing out from Mumbai on July 23, all valuable equipment on board like engines, radars, guns will be dismantled to prepare it for the decommissioning. The ship will then be towed back to Mumbai where it will be ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago In Pictures | All aboard INS Viraat, on its final sail into the sunset  DNA6 days ago
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Fighter jet Tejas' induction into IAF is a milestone, but a lot remains to be done

The Indian Air Force (IAF) finally inducted Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) ‘Tejas’ Mk I — the first two Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA) designed, Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) manufactured, multirole, single-engine, tail-less delta ...
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China downplays report of transgression at Arunachal border

Downplaying reports of scuffles between Indian and Chinese troops during People’s Liberation Army troops’ transgression into Arunachal Pradesh, China on Thursday said it was committed to peace and tranquility at the border areas. “We have noted that the Indian official has clarified the situation saying that there is no transgression as reported in the media,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang told reporters in Beijing on Thursday replying to a question on reports of ...
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Fishermen body urges Jaya to seek talks to end dispute

Condemning the arrest of seven Indian fishermen by Sri Lankan Navy near Katchatheevu, a fishermen body in Rameswaram on Wednesday urged Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa to seek Centre’s intervention and arrange for talks between the fishermen community of the two countries to resolve the dispute over fishing in ‘traditional’ areas. Referring to the arrest of the seven fishermen from this island town on Tuesday while fishing near Katchatheevu, an islet ceded by India to ...
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Centre to cancel all defence tenders bagged by Finmeccanica

The central government has decided to cancel all ongoing tenders for defence equipment won by Italy’s Finmeccanica as a precursor to blacklisting of the firm which is being investigated for bribery in the AgustaWestland VVIP chopper deal. This was disclosed by Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar, who also said that the process for blacklisting Finmeccanica and its subsidiaries has already been started and a note for the same sent to the Law Ministry. "Wherever there is capital procurement ...
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IS-linked Pak naval officers, who planned to attack US ships, get death

Five Pakistan navy officers linked to the Islamic State have been sentenced to death in a secret military trail for allegedly planning to hijack a Pakistani warship to attack one of the United States navy’s refuel ships, a media report said on Tuesday. Sub Lieutenant Hammad Ahmed and four other naval officers have been sentenced after being convicted by a Navy tribunal for their involvement in the September 6, 2014 attack on Karachi Naval Dockyard. ‘The five were charged with having ...
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Revisiting Geronimo: The op that killed Osama bin Laden

It has been five years since Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden was killed by American forces in Pakistan’s Abbotabad. Many hoped that this would bring about the end of the ‘War On Terror’. The people who planned and executed the operation knew that getting bin Laden in Pakistan was going to be a difficult mission, and the plan nearly went awry. Rediff.com present to you a blow-by-blow account on what happened on the night of May 1, 2011, when the terror mastermind was killed ...
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