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India building its navy to become maritime power, says US expert

India increasingly sees its role across the Indian Ocean as a "net provider of regional security", which is echoed by the US Secretaries of Defence and State, Alyssa Ayres, a former deputy assistant secretary of state for South Asia, said.

Hyderabad: Army Chief General Bipin Rawat emphasises geopolitics

Hyderabad: Chief of Army Staff General Bipin Rawat highlighted the importance of geopolitics and national interests in the formulation of national security strategy. Sharing national security...

PM commissions India’s 1st indigenously-built Scorpene sub ‘INS Kalvari’

This is the first conventional submarine to be inducted into the Indian Navy after more than 17 years even as the navy's submarine arm celebrates it golden jubilee in 2017.

Spectrum 2017 ends on a colourful note in Hyderabad

The competitive spirit showcased by the students in various competitions amazed the audience.

Indian Navy re-balances deployments in Indian Ocean Region

Supported by the MoD, the plan involves deploying mission-ready ships and aircraft along critical sea lanes of communications and choke points.

10 Tamil Nadu fishermen arrested by Lankan Navy

The fishermen from Nagapattinam district were arrested for allegedly fishing close to the island nation's waters and taken to Karainagar along with their boat, Deputy Director of Fisheries - Karaikal, Perumal Pillai said.

All-women Navy team leaves on globe tour, Modi wishes ‘the very best’

The vessel is being skippered by Lt. Commander Vartika Joshi and the crew comprises Lt. Commanders Pratibha Jamwal, P Swathi, and Lieutenants S Vijaya Devi, B Aishwarya and Payal Gupta.

After series of accidents, US Navy fleet commander to be removed

The admiral did not rule out some kind of outside interference or a cyber-attack being behind the latest collision, but said he did not want to prejudge the inquiry. His broader remarks suggested a focus on "how we do business on the bridge."

Defence Ministry delegates ‘substantial’ financial powers to armed forces

The decision came at a time when Indian army is locked in a face-off with the Chinese army at Dokalam and confronting rising incidents of cross border attacks in Jammu and Kashmir.

Lankan Navy arrests three Indian fishermen

The fishermen from Jagadapattinam in Pudukottai District were detained off Karainagar in northern Sri Lanka, a state Fisheries official said here.

India, Japan, America to participate in joint maritime security exercise

The exercise would include medical operations, maritime patrol and reconnaissance operations, damage control exercises and subject matter expert and professional exchanges.

Boost to Defence Sector

The prolonged monopoly of the public sector defence laboratories has stifled the growth of defence manufacturing in the country and spawned a bureaucratic culture...

INS Darshak completes hydrographic surveys in Sri Lanka

INS Darshak also has the unique distinction of having surveyed in Mauritius, Seychelles, Myanmar, Mozambique and Tanzania in the last few years.

T. Rambabu takes charge as Controller of Defence Accounts, Secunderabad

Mr. Rambabu has served in various capacities in Defence Accounts Department offices located at Patna, Pune, Kanpur, Hyderabad and Mumbai in the last 20 years.

Navy officer convicted to rigorous imprisonment for enticing minor girl in Hyderabad

Hyderabad: A local court here on Friday convicted 33-year-old Dilip Kumar, a Navy personnel attached to INS Shikra in Mumbai, and sentenced him to...

Armed forces fully prepared to meet any challenge: Jaitley

He cited contracts to procure weapons and equipment for all three wings of the forces-- including Brahmos missiles for the army, deep sea rescue missions for the navy and Apache attack helicopters for the air force -- to make his point.

India and Sri Lanka release fishermen, repatriated

The Tamil Nadu fishermen are expected to arrive at Karaikal coast in two ICG ships, "Rani Durgavati" and "Abith" by 6 PM, police said.

Colombo promises probe into killing of Indian fisherman by Lankan Navy

The Sri Lankan Navy promised "a full and thorough probe" into the incident after India took up the matter at the highest level, informed sources said.

Centre should talk to US on hate crimes against Indians: Mallikarjun Kharge

Kalburgi: The Centre should immediately talk to US President Donald Trump to stop growing number of alleged hate crime incidents against the Indian community in...

A salute to the salutes

The Indian Army, Navy, and Air Force use these different styles.

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