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Pakistani vessel smuggling drugs worth Rs 600 cr into India caught in Arabian Sea, 14 held

The Indian Coast Guard intercepted a suspicious boat, in the Arabian Sea, west of Gujarat's Porbandar, that was found to be carrying around 86 kilograms of drugs valued at around Rs 600 crore from Pakistan.

'India Zindabad': Pakistani crew rescued from hijacked Iranian vessel thanks Indian Navy

New Delhi: The Indian Navy on Friday successfully rescued an Iranian ship that had been hijacked, along with its crew comprising 23 Pakistani citizens, in the Arabian Sea.

Indian Navy responds to hijacking attempt in Arabian Sea

Indian Navy's Mission Deployed platforms responded swiftly to a maritime incident in Arabian Sea involving a hijacking attempt onboard Liberia Flagged bulk carrier, officials said on Friday.

Indian Navy foils hijack bid of cargo ship with 15 Indians in Arabian Sea

New Delhi/UNI: The Indian Navy has foiled an attempt to hijack a cargo vessel 'MV Lila Norfolk' with 15 Indians on board in the Arabian Sea.

Indian Navy enhances security surveillance in Central, North Arabian Sea amid recent attacks

The Indian Navy on Sunday (December 31, 2023) said it has beefed up surveillance in the Central and North Arabian Sea amid frequent security incidents on merchant vessels sailing through international shipping lanes.

Will track down merchant ship attackers from the depth of the sea: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh

Mumbai: India will track down those responsible for attacks on merchant navy ships "even from the depths of the sea" and take action against them, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said on Tuesday during the commissioning of INS Imphal, the third of four 'Visakhapatnam-class' warships.

After increased attacks on merchant ships in the Arabian Sea, Indian Navy deploys three warships

New Delhi: The Indian Navy deployed P-8I long-range patrol aircraft and warships INS Mormugao, INS Kochi, and INS Kolkata in the Arabian Sea off India's west coast for continued surveillance and to maintain a ‘deterrent presence’, media reported, citing officials.

Indian Navy counters hijacking incident in Arabian Sea, rescues Malta-flagged vessel 

Indian Navy's Mission Deployed platforms responded swiftly to a maritime incident in the Arabian Sea involving the hijacking of Malta-flagged vessel MV Ruen.

4 die as ONGC helicopter makes emergency landing in Arabian Sea

New Delhi/IBNS: At least four people died after a helicopter carrying seven passengers and two pilots on Tuesday fell into the Arabian Sea while attempting to land at the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC) Sagar Kiran rig at Mumbai High.

70 bodies of crew members working at ONGC project site recovered from Arabian Sea

New Delhi/IBNS: As many as 70 bodies of crew members, who were onboard Papaa-305 construction barge and tug vessel Varaprada working at an ONGC project site, have been recovered from the Arabian Sea, according to a tweet by the Indian Navy.

PM Modi holds high level meeting to review preparedness on Cyclone ‘Tauktae’

New Delhi/IBNS: PM Narendra Modi held a high-level meeting on Saturday to review the preparedness of states and central ministries concerned to deal with the situation arising out of Cyclone ‘Tauktae’, which intensified into a "very severe cyclonic storm" over east-central Arabian Sea.

Tauktae likely to be very severe cyclonic storm, warns IMD

New Delhi/IBNS: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has warned that cyclone 'Takaute' is likely to intensify into ‘very severe cyclonic storm’ with wind speed of 150 to 160 kmph gusting to 175 kmph on May 17.

MiG-29K crash: Wreckage indicates missing pilot did eject, says report

New Delhi/IBNS: The missing pilot of the Indian Navy MiG-29K trainer aircraft that crashed in the Arabian Sea last Thursday evening managed to eject moments before it went down, media reports said.

Cyclone Nisarga to cross North Maharashtra, South Gujarat coasts on Jun 3; Met issues red alert

New Delhi/IBNS: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has warned that cyclone Nisarga will cross North Maharastra and South Gujarat coasts late in the evening on June 3, said reports.

Incessant rain due to depression in Arabian Sea continues to lash north Karnataka

Belagavi/UNI: Rain under the influence of depression in Arabian sea continued to lash parts of North Karnataka throwing normal life out of gear and in many affected districts with educational institutes being shut down for the day.