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16 June, 2018 3:35 PM In Daring Op, Navy Stops Burning Ship From Drifting Towards Bangladesh

New Delhi: In a daring and complex operation, a Sea King 42C helicopter winched down a Marco officer on a merchant vessel on fire to arrest its drift towards the International Maritime Border Line with Bangladesh. MV SSL Kolkata was abandoned by its 22-member crew on June 14 off the Sagar Island at the mouth of the Ganges Delta after the fire engulfed 47

4 June, 2018 5:13 PM War games to hone anti-submarine skills

The Navies of India, Japan and the U.S. will enhance their anti-submarine warfare skills in this year’s Malabar naval war games to be held off the coast of Guam from June 7 to 16. For the first time in a Malabar exercise, all three Navies are deploying their maritime reconnaissance (MR) aircraft to sharpen those skills. “Each side has aircraft which 47

21 April, 2018 7:50 AM Oil spill: TN Govt begins disbursal of compensation to fishermen

The Tamil Nadu government has started disbursal of ₹ 131 crore of compensation for fishermen whose livelihood was affected due to an oil spill here last year following collision of two ships. The Madras High Court had last week directed the Tamil Nadu government to disburse the amount within four weeks. The crude oil spill occurred on January 28, 2017 following 41

18 April, 2018 10:54 AM We're watching anytime, anywhere, everytime: Indian Navy's cheeky message to China

Around 50 Indian Navy vessels are currently deployed in sea lanes, including in areas of India's maritime interest and in anti-piracy operations.  New Delhi: In a cheeky warning to China, the Navy taking to its official Twitter handle said that India was watching the Indian Ocean region and was keeping a 24x7 vigil in the area. "From Persian Gulf to Malacca 58

15 April, 2018 7:34 PM Warships expo comes to close

All roads led to the Island Grounds on Sunday, the last day of the three-day exhibition of warships, with thousands of people thronging the venue. Flag Staff Road leading to Island Grounds from where visitors were transported to the Chennai Port was packed, forcing the city police to block the road for vehicles. Alok Bhatnagar, Flag Officer, Commanding 40

1 April, 2018 7:35 PM India, Korea Coast Guards to hold joint exercise on April 5

Drill is part of proposed MoU on maritime security The Indian Coast Guard and the Korea Coast Guard will hold a joint exercise off Chennai on April 5. Korean Coast Guard ship Badaro 3011, commanded by Superintendent Oh Taeog, will arrive at the Chennai port on Monday morning ahead of the exercise. The joint exercise, named Sahyog - Hyeoblyeog 2018 is part of a proposed 176

5 March, 2018 4:46 AM U.S. aircraft carrier arrives in Vietnam on landmark visit

A U.S. aircraft carrier arrived on Monday in Vietnam for the first time since the end of the Vietnam War, dramatically underscoring the growing strategic ties between the former foes at a time when China's regional influence is rising. The grey and imposing silhouette of the USS Carl Vinson could be seen on Monday morning from the cliff tops just outside 57

2 March, 2018 8:43 PM Vietnam President arrives in Delhi on three-day visit

Vietnam President Tran Dai Quang arrived in India on Friday on a three-day visit. New Delhi: Vietnam President Tran Dai Quang arrived here on Friday on a three-day visit to India at the invitation of his Indian counterpart Ram Nath Kovind. "Warm welcome to the Vietnamese President, Tran Dai Quang and his wife Nguyen Thi Hien on a state visit to India 63

2 March, 2018 8:43 PM Navy completes 3 weeks' operational readiness test of Western Command

The Indian Navy on March 01, 2018, completed a three-week-long `Exercise Paschim Leher`. Mumbai: The Indian Navy on March 01, 2018, completed a three-week-long `Exercise Paschim Leher` (XPL) to test and revalidate its operational plans and manoeuvres in a hostile maritime scenario on India`s western seaboard. During the XPL, defence of India`s valuable 53

28 February, 2018 3:18 PM Maldives Denies Japan's Allegation That It Breached North Korean Sanctions

COLOMBO: Maldives on Wednesday denied a Japanese foreign ministry statement that said a Maldives-flagged vessel was used to illegally transfer goods from a North Korean-flagged tanker in defiance of UN Security Council resolutions. The Japanese statement said the "Chon Ma San", designated by the United States as a sanctions target, was spotted by a surveillance 65