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Engineering major Larsen and Toubro (L&T) has delivered the 40th interceptor boat to the Indian Coast Guard, which was commissioned here recently.

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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.

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Ten days before he arrives in India, New Delhi has sought a clarification from Seychelles President Danny Faure on his June 4 statement that the development of a military base on Assumption Island by India “will not move forward”, sources told The Indian Express.

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New Delhi's efforts to strength its strategic presence in the Indian Ocean has apparently received a major setback after the Seychelles government said 'no' to India's plan to set up a military base in the archipelago nation.

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A leading People's Liberation Army (PLA) military strategist, Major General Du Wenlong, has described the on-going India-United States-Japan Malabar naval exercise as having "low combat value" and posing little challenge to Chinese submarines.

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On March 29 a chapter of Indian Navy’s flying prowess as part of its aviation arm, took a farewell bow as eight Tu-142MR (Tuploev) planes of the Indian Naval Air Squadron (INAS) 312 were decommissioned after proudly serving the Indian Navy for 29 long years.

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The Anil Ambani-led Reliance Naval & Engineering Ltd (RNEL) has filed a complaint with the defence ministry against a senior naval officer, alleging that he has been favouring its competitor, Larsen & Toubro, in a contract because his son is employed there.

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Even as India launches stealth frigates and guided missile destroyers from its shipyards to patrol the Indian Ocean, the country has precious few modern helicopters equipped with sensors and weapons capable of detecting Chinese submarines patrolling its waters.

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Indian, Japanese and American naval ships are steaming into the harbour in Guam, the US island in the western Pacific for the annual 10-day Malabar Exercise which began on Thursday (June 7).

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A domestic merchant ship MV Nalini on Wednesday caught fire off the coast and one crew member has suffered major burn injuries. The Indian Navy has launched a rescue operation, news agency PTI reported, quoting a defence official.

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