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Two Indian Naval ships arrive in Malaysia as part of Operational Deployment

Two Indian Naval ships Delhi and Shakti under the command of R Adm Rajesh Dhankhar, Flag Officer Commanding Eastern Fleet arrived at Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia as part of the Indian Navy's Operational Deployment.

Indian Army to get first Hermes-900 Starliner drone in June: Reports

New Delhi/IBNS: In a significant boost to its surveillance mechanisms along the Pakistan border, the Indian Army is set to receive the first Hermes-900 Starliner drone on June 18, media reports said.

Indian Naval Ships Delhi, Shakti, and Kiltan arrive in Singapore for Operational Deployment to South China Sea

Indian Naval Ships Delhi, Shakti, and Kiltan led by RAdm Rajesh Dhankhar, Flag Officer Commanding Eastern Fleet arrived at Singapore on May 6.

Indian Navy participates in Maritime Partnership Exercise

Indian Navy’s indigenous stealth frigate, INS Sahyadri, recently participated in the  Maritime Partnership Exercise with Royal Navy’s RFA Argus and RFA Lyme Bay, part of the UK Littoral Response Group South, officials said.

INSV Tarini with women officers return home after completing sailing expedition

The Indian Naval Sailing Vessel (INSV) Tarini returned triumphant to her base port at Goa on 21 Apr 24 after a historic transoceanic expedition of nearly two months duration, officials said on Wednesday.

Indian Navy conducts mega exercise on East Coast

Indian Navy has conducted Exercise Poorvi Lehar on East Coast under the Operational Control of The Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Eastern Naval Command.

Indian Navy's P8I aircraft arrives in Japan for bilateral anti-submarine warfare

The Indian Navy's P8I aircraft arrived in Japan on Wednesday to participate in bilateral anti-submarine warfare (ASW).

Royal Australian Navy chief VAdm Mark Hammond visits India, discuses avenues to strengthen bilateral maritime cooperation with R Hari Kumar

During his official visit to India, VAdm Mark Hammond, Chief of Royal Australian Navy, interacted with Adm R Hari Kumar, Chief of the Naval Staff, Indian Navy at New Delhi on April 3.

ICG’s Pollution Control Vessel Samudra Paheredar makes a port call in Vietnam

Indian Coast Guard (ICG) Pollution Control Vessel Samudra Paheredar, with an integral helicopter, made a port call at Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam on April 2 as part of its ongoing overseas deployment to Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries.

'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.

India's Operation Sankalp completes 100 days

Indian Navy has responded to the manifestation of Israel – Hamas conflict in the maritime domain by re-orienting and significantly enhancing the scope of its ongoing maritime security operations since mid-Dec 23.

INS Tir participates in Exercise Cutlass Express in Seychelles

INS Tir, the lead ship of First Training Squadron (1TS) participated in Exercise Cutlass Express - 24 (CE – 24) held at Port Victoria, Seychelles from Feb 26 to Mar 8.

Indian Navy commissions INS Jatayu at Minicoy Island, strengthens foothold in Lakshadeep

INS Jatayu was commissioned at Minicoy Island, Lakshadweep in presence of R Hari Kumar, the Chief of Naval Staff, Hon'ble Administrator of Lakshadweep.

Indian Navy rescues crew from missile-hit vessel in Gulf of Aden

New Delhi/UNI: The Indian Navy’s INS Kolkata rescued 21 crew members, including one Indian, from a Barbados flagged cargo vessel – True Confidence -- that was attacked by a drone or missile in the Gulf of Aden.

Indian Navy sailor goes missing from ship, massive search launched to trace him

New Delhi: An Indian Navy sailor has been declared missing from a naval vessel since February 27, prompting a massive search operations to locate him.