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The Indian Navy will launch its second homegrown nuclear-powered submarine within the next month, according to local media outlets.

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INDIA is industrializing her naval potency at rapid pace to accomplish the position of a “Blue Water Navy”. Nearly 90 percent of the Indian trade is carried out via sea route, which requires India to expand her resilient marine power in the Indian Ocean, securing maritime objectives and correspondingly establishing her dominance in regional constituency and beyond.

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The Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV) provided by the Indian Government to the Sri Lanka Navyarrived at the Colombo harbor this morning (16 September 2017).

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Even as the Navy gets ready to induct its first conventional submarine in almost two decades, sources have confirmed that a decision has been reached on an expensive and time consuming process to install Air Independent Propulsion (AIP) modules on the six new Scorpene submarines to be inducted over the next few years.

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India will soon launch its second indigenously-built nuclear submarine INS Aridhaman to boost its underwater fighting prowess. The new vessel, being built at the Ship Building Centre in Visakhapatnam, is loaded with numerous advanced features.

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The Indian Navy’s Sindhughosh-class diesel-electric submarine INS Sindhuraj has arrived in Russia for her second life extension refit and modernization procedure.

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Later this month, defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman will launch India’s second indigenous nuclear submarine, INS Aridhaman. Following its launch, the new vessel will undergo sea trials and will be inducted into service no later than 2019.

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Hindustan Shipyard Ltd here is set to wipe out losses with its plea for financial restructuring under consideration of the Union Government, according to Rear-Admiral (retd) LV Sarat Babu, Chairman and Managing Director.

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New Delhi is going to spend $15 billion with the objective of significantly augmenting its fleet of submarines by the targeted year 2023-24, a very stiff target indeed because of (a) the involvement of foreign vendors and (b) because of India’s own very notorious red tape.

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe holds his 10th summit with India’s leader Narendra Modi on Thursday, underscoring the importance of strategic ties between the countries as the two face an increasingly assertive China.

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