GRSE launches 'first of class' indigenous survey vessel for Indian Navy
Kolkata/IBNS: Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers Ltd. (GRSE) on Sunday launched the first Survey Vessel, in the series of four ships under the Survey Vessel (Large) project for the Indian Navy, here.
Admiral R Hari Kumar takes over as new Navy Chief
New Delhi/UNI: Admiral R Hari Kumar took charge as the 25th Chief of the Naval Staff on Tuesday, succeeding Admiral Karambir Singh, who retires toTuesday after a service of over forty one years in the Indian Navy.
Indian Navy commissions 4th Scorpene-class submarine INS Vela
Mumbai/UNI: The Indian Navy commissioned the Scorpene-class submarine INS Vela on Thursday at the naval dockyard in Mumbai, in the presence of Chief of Naval staff Admiral Karambir Singh.
Fourth Scorpene class submarine 'Vela' delivered to Indian Navy
Mumbai/UNI: Fourth Scorpene class submarine, which has been named 'Vela', was delivered to the Indian Navy on Tuesday.
CBI charges 6 including Navy commander, retired officers for leaking submarine information
New Delhi/IBNS: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has filed chargesheet against six people including a serving commander and two retired Indian Navy officers for allegedly passing on confidential information about India's Kilo Class submarines to "unauthorised persons", media reports quoting sources said.
Indian Navy to participate in second phase of Multilateral Maritime Exercise Malabar with Japan Maritime Self Defence Force
The Indian Navy (IN) would be participating in the Second Phase of Multilateral Maritime Exercise Malabar along with the Japan Maritime Self Defence Force (JMSDF), Royal Australian Navy (RAN) and the United States Navy (USN).
Indian contingent departs for Sri Lanka joint exercise Mitra Shakti 21
New Delhi: The 8th Edition of India Sri Lanka bilateral joint Exercise Mitra Shakti will be conducted at Combat Training School, Ampara in Sri Lanka from Oct 4 to 15.
India receives 2 of the 24 MH-60R multi-role helicopters from US
New Delhi/IBNS: The Indian Navy has received two MH-60R multi-role helicopters from the US in a ceremony held at a naval air station in San Diego on Friday, officials said.
Vice Admiral Ravneet Singh assumes charge as Deputy Chief of Naval Staff
New Delhi: Vice Admiral Ravneet Singh, AVSM, NM assumed charge as Deputy Chief of Naval Staff on 01 Jun 2021.
Very severe Cyclone Yaas to make landfall at Bengal-Odisha coast tomorrow, states on high alert
New Delhi/IBN: Very severe Cyclone Yaas is likely to make landfall on the West Bengal-Odisha coast in the early morning of Wednesday, with a wind speed of up to 185 km per hour.
Indian Navy deploys rescue teams in view of cyclone Yaas in West Bengal, Odisha
New Delhi/UNI: The Indian Navy on Tuesday said that its rescue teams have already been deployed at the coastal areas of West Bengal and Odisha in view of severe cyclonic storm Yaas which will start its landfall on Wednesday morning.
Cyclone Tauktae: ONGC extends logistical help to families of affected crew members of Barge P-305
Kolkata/IBNS: Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd (ONGC) is extending logistical help to families of affected crew members of Barge P-305. The company will provide all necessary logistical help and support for the dependent family members to travel to Mumbai and back besides making arrangements for families to take back the mortal remains of the deceased persons to their hometowns.
Cyclone Tauktae: ONGC announces ex-gratia of Rs 2 lakh for deceased family, Rs 1 lakh for injured
New Delhi/IBNS: Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) Friday announced an immediate relief of Rs 1 lakh to the survivors and Rs 2 lakh for the BNVs and missing persons’ families, an official statement said.
Cyclone Tauktae: 14 bodies recovered, hundreds rescued by Indian Navy from Arabian Sea
New Delhi/IBNS: Indian Navy has fished out 14 bodies in the ongoing search and rescue operation as several people are feared drowned following cyclone Tauktae which pounded the Arabian Sea, sinking a number of vessels, said media reports.
Indian Navy team repairs two major oxygen plants in Andhra Pradesh
New Delhi: Teams from Naval Dockyard Visakhapatnam achieved a major breakthrough in repairing two major Oxygen Plants at Nellore and Shri Kalahasthi bringing a major boost to the Oxygen Supply in the State of Andhra Pradesh during the ongoing Oxygen crisis.