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China not invited to major naval exercise Milan, not ‘like minded’: Indian NavyNEW DELHI: The Chinese Navy has not been invited to one of the biggest naval exercises- Milan- in the Indian Ocean because the Indian Navy which is hosting it doesn’t believe it to be ‘like minded’ and...
Navy requests government for additional funds, cuts 200-ship requirementNEW DELHI: The Indian Navy has approached the government for additional funds amid a severe financial crunch that is forcing it to ‘rationalise’ and reduce its critical requirements. The navy has reworked its plan of having 200 warships by 2027, in...
Indian Navy forces Chinese naval ship to retreat from AndamanNew Delhi: Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh on Tuesday said a Chinese naval ship was driven away from India's Exclusive Economic Zone in the Andaman sea recently, asserting that such activities will be dealt with sternly. Military sources said the...
Snooping by Chinese naval ships increased in Indian Ocean: Navy officerSnooping by Chinese naval ships in the Indian Ocean has increased over the last few years, but the Indian Navy has been able to keep effective surveillance over such activities, Naval Officer-in-charge, Bengal Area, Commodore Suprobho De said here...
Navy Chief Admiral Singh flags concern over decline in funds allocation to NavyNEW DELHI: In the backdrop of China's aggressive naval expansion, Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh on Tuesday pitched for higher budgetary allocation for his force, flagging concerns over decline in the Navy's share in defence allocation from...
Navy may offer Sea Harrier fighter jet for aircraft museum in KolkataKOLKATA: The Indian Navy is considering to offer a decommissioned Sea Harrier fighter plane to the city after having gifted a Tupolov-142 for setting up an aircraft museum at New Town here, a senior official said on Tuesday. The...
More attempts to infiltrate and less terrorist incidents: GovermentNEW DELHI: Infiltration attempts from across the border increased after the dilution of Article 370 but the number of terrorist incidents declined in Jammu and Kashmir, Union minister of state for home G Kishan Reddy said in the Lok Sabha on...
Terror incidents declined since abrogation of special status to J-K; infiltration attempts up: GovernmentNEW DELHI: The Centre on Tuesday said terror incidents have declined since the abrogation of special status to Jammu and Kashmir under Article 370, but infiltration attempts from across the border have increased. Union minister of State...
UP cabinet gives clearance to 25% subsidy, full stamp duty waiver for defence industryLUCKNOW: Ahead of the defence expo next year, the Uttar Pradesh government on Tuesday decided to provide 25 per cent subsidy and 100 per cent stamp duty waiver for setting up defence industry in the state. The...
Lockheed Martin appoints William Blair as chief executive for India operationsBENGALURU: Lockheed Martin has appointed William Blair as vice-president and chief executive for its India operations. In this role, Blair will lead the growth and development of the company’s business in India and serve as the executive representative for all...