Navy's Submarine Arm, Comes of Age

Navy's Submarine Arm, Comes of Age

by Anish Singh

New Delhi: The Indian navy, which was in 1947 considered by the British as ''too young'' to handle a sophisticated weapon system like submarine, is going to celebrate Golden Jubilee on December 8 this year of its successful venturing into submarine arm and also emerging as a strong force in Indo-Pacific Region.

Just after

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Ship Repair Facility To Give 6000 Jobs: Nitin Gadkari

Ship Repair Facility To Give 6000 Jobs: Nitin Gadkari

Union minister for shipping, road transport and highways Nitin Gadkari takes a look at the replica of the international ship repair facility (ISRF) to be set up by Cochin Shipyard Ltd

The project is scheduled to be completed in two years

Kochi: The Rs 970-crore ISRF facility is coming up at Willingdon Island on a 40-acre land given on lease by the

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A Manufactured India-Russia Submarine Controversy?

A Manufactured India-Russia Submarine Controversy?
A Manufactured India-Russia Submarine Controversy?

A Russian report alleged India allowed U.S. naval officers on INS Chakra

by Ankit Panda

It’s no secret that U.S.-India defense collaboration—especially on technology—has seen rapid acceleration in recent years. A case in point is the U.S.-India Joint Working Group on Aircraft Carrier Technology Cooperation, which had its fourth meeting from October

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Crisis In India-Russia Ties: The French Connection

Crisis In India-Russia Ties: The French Connection
Crisis In India-Russia Ties: The French Connection

Russia is reportedly angry that India allowed US officers on board the INS Chakra. But are French lobbyists trying to muddy India-Russia waters?

The visit by US navy officials last week to the INS Vikramaditya, an aircraft carrier built by Russia for the Indian Navy, has turned into an unexpectedly hot potato in Russia-India military ties.

A team

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INS Chakra, The Deadliest Shark In The Indian Ocean

INS Chakra, The Deadliest Shark In The Indian Ocean
INS Chakra, The Deadliest Shark In The Indian Ocean
The INS Chakra, India's sole nuclear attack submarine, is among the deadliest vessels in the Indian Navy's arsenal.
The Chakra, one of Russia's famed Akula-II (shark in Russian) class submarine, was taken on lease from Moscow in 2012.

Since then, it has protected India's vast maritime frontiers and helped the nation develop its own indigenous

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