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Pakistani fishing boat explodes following Indian Navy interception
Naval Technology

Pakistani fishing boat explodes following Indian Navy intercep...

A group of sailors on a fishing boat, believed to be from Pakistan, have reportedly sank their vessel following an interception by the Indian Navy in a high-speed chase in the Arabian Sea near the Indo-Pak maritime boundary. An Indian Defence ... Naval Technology, 3 weeks ago

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India Today

For Pak army, Peshawar is a game changer

Pakistan's military has been hit before. Terrorists have attacked the Army's headquarters, Navy bases, buses conveying ISI personnel, garrison mosques, and attempted to assassinate two Army chiefs. Since 9/11, the Pakistani Taliban and al Qaida have ...
 Times of India1 month ago 600 Arrested in Pakistan As Part Of Heightened Security Measures  24Dunia1 week ago The Potential that Jihadi Groups will Unify ... and With it, More Savagery  HS Today1 month ago Peshawar School Attack: The boomerang of modern times  Meri News1 month ago
Millennium Post

Indian Navy on heightened alert: Admiral Robin Dhowan

The Navy had already stepped up patrolling in coastal areas much before the recent Pakistan terror boat sinking incident off Gujarat coast, he told reporters. We have already stepped up patrolling in our coastal areas much before the December 31 ...
 Millennium Post3 weeks ago Indian Navy on high alert, steps up patrolling in coastal areas  India Today3 weeks ago Navy on heightened alert, patrolling stepped up in coastal areas, says Admiral Robin Dhowan  IBNLive India News3 weeks ago 'Navy's Blueprint Revolves Around 'Make in India' Concept'  New Indian Express3 weeks ago
IBN Live

Indian Navy denies not reacting to NTRO reports, says they responded to the situation as per SOP

Refuting to the questions being raised over the Pakistani 'boat' operation, the Navy on Tuesday said it was kept in the loop by the Indian Coast Guard which had responded "appropriately" to the situation. In a statement here, the Navy said that as the nodal ...
 IBN Live3 weeks ago 'Terror' boat: Was kept in loop by Indian Coast Guard, ...  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago Pakistan boat row: Navy rubbishes media reports, says Coast Guard had kept it in loop  Indian Express3 weeks ago PTI - VESSEL-NAVY - We were in the loop, Coast Guard responded appropriately: Navy  Namibia Press Agency3 weeks ago
Times of India

Navy chief Admiral Robin Dhowan: Ready to tackle threat of jihadis steering Pakistani warships

Indian Navy is closely monitoring incidents like the failed attempt by al-Qaida to hijack Pakistani frigates PNS Aslat and PNS Zulfikar at Karachi in September.
 Times of India1 month ago ‘Jihadist threat from Pakistan Navy ship’  Asian Age1 month ago Jihadi attempts to hijack Pakistani naval ship a serious threat: Navy Chief  First Post.com1 month ago Pakistani ships in high seas could pose jehadi threat: Navy chief  Rediff.com1 month ago

Maritime terrorism rising, warns Navy chief

Six years after 26/11, maritime terrorism not only continues to be a real security threat, but also extended to Pakistani naval ships in the wake of a recent terrorist attempt to take control of a Pakistani warship a couple of months back. In September, ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Chief: Navy would protect India's maritime interests, no matter where these lie  Business Standard1 month ago Navy Chief warns of increasing threat of maritime terrorism  Business Standard1 month ago

I heard bin Laden take his last breath as I shot him: Ex-Navy SEAL

A former US Navy SEAL who claims he killed Osama bin Laden in Pakistan has said that he heard the world's most wanted man take his last breath after he pumped three bullets into the head of the al Qaeda chief. "I was standing above him when he took his last breath and I heard it audibly," Robert O'Neill recounted. In part two of "The Man Who Killed Usama bin Laden" aired on Tuesday night, O'Neill told Fox News that it was just chance that he ended up being the shooter in the famous mission at ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago SEAL who killed bin Laden speaks at NC school in fundraiser  Stars and Stripes3 weeks ago Ex U.S. SEAL who claims to have shot Bin Laden says expected to die in raid  Business Standard2 months ago ‘Heard Bin Laden take his last breath’  Asian Age2 months ago

Ready to tackle threat of jihadis steering Pakistani warships- Navy chief Admiral

By Rajat Pandit , TNN | 4 Dec, 2014, 11.37AM IST Post a Comment NEW DELHI: From guarding against jihadi terror emanating from the sea to protecting India's strategic interests right up to the contentious South China Sea, the Navy is gearing up to tackle ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Need to watch Pakistan vessels for terror threat: Dhowan

Navy chief Admiral R.K. Dhowan Wednesday expressed concern over the recent attempts by terrorists to hijack a Pakistan Navy ship, and said India will now have to be watchful of Pakistani navy vessels.At a press conference on the eve of the 43rd Navy Day, the ...
 Prokerala1 month ago
World Bulletin

Crew blast 'Pakistani' boat after chase by India navy

 Anadolu Ajansi1 month ago
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