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India has taken over a strategically important port in Iran, giving it a potential bulwark against China’s growing influence in the region and access to Afghanistan and Europe that bypasses Pakistan.

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The Seychelles is not typically associated with geopolitics. But beyond the white sandy beaches and tropical jungles, the tiny archipelago nation is emerging as a key player in India's battle to counter growing Chinese influence in the Indian Ocean.

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The Naval Physical and Oceanographic Laboratory (NPOL), Kochi is organising an International Conference on Sonar Systems and Sensors, ‘ICONS-2018’.

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The Eastern Naval Command has now moved ahead from only protecting the country’s interests within the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) to mission-based deployment, Vice Admiral Karambir Singh, flag officer commanding-in-chief, ENC, told TOI in Kolkata on Saturday.

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A Scotland-based company expects to supply two third-generation deep search and rescue vehicles (DSRVs) to the Indian Navy by June following the successful completion of harbour acceptance trials.

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Questions hang over the fate of an Indian project to set up 10 Coastal Surveillance Radar Systems (CSRS) in the Maldives after President Yameen Abdul Gayoom declared a state of emergency in the archipelago on February 5.

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An advanced system developed by a consortium of Indian Defence laboratories led by the Thrikkakara-based Naval Physical and Oceanographic Laboratory (NPOL) to defend naval ships against torpedo attack will now be integrated on as many as 30 ships operated by the Indian Navy.

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Maldives is in the thick of crisis once again. President Abdulla Yameen’s declaration of Emergency has precipitated another major crisis not only for his island country but for the entire Indian Ocean Region.

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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s visit to India, which began on Thursday, could see the two sides seal details of the final take over of operations of the strategically important Chabahar port by India.

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Around 40 ships, submarines and fighter aircraft participated in Paschim Lehar, a tri-service maritime exercise off India’s western coast, the navy said on Wednesday.

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