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Japan hopes to clinch a military logistics pact with India that will allow access to each other's bases, Tokyo's envoy said on Monday, in a tightening of security ties seen as designed to balance China's growing weight in the region.

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Bengaluru-headquartered optical networking equipment maker Tejas Networks on Monday said it had received a Rs 1.1-billion order for the Indian Navy’s countrywide next-generation digital communications network from global data network solutions company Sterlite Technologies.

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India’s only aircraft carrier INS Vikarmaditya is set to sail from the Kochi port on October 23 for basin trials before returning to its home port at Karwar after undergoing a five-month refit at a cost of ₹705 crore at the Cochin Shipyard.

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After its plan to tie-up with global shipbuilding giant Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd of South Korea ran into rough weather, Hindustan Shipyard Limited has launched an exercise to scout for collaboration with an internationally-acclaimed firm to design and construct five Fleet Support Ships (FSS) for the Indian Navy at a total estimated cost of ₹9,500 crore.

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The Indian Navy’s submarine crew got a $600 million Dussehra gift from Russia – machines called ‘Moisture Separator Reheaters’ (MSRs) that will make their life under water easier.

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Indian Navy will soon have home-made drones for its anti-piracy operations. Speaking to FE Online, Milind Kulshreshtha, Head, (International), Vortex UAS, Gurgaon based, said “we plan to work on various new proposals, like use of weaponized drones for the Indian Navy’s anti-piracy operations, as support for MARCOS units.”

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When Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits Japan for the 13th India-Japan Annual Summit, later this month, the purchase of 12 ShinMaywa US-2i Amphibious and Rescue (SAR) aircraft for $1.65 billion will be on the table for discussions.

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Despite the existing differences and competing interests, India and China were working to keep navigational routes in the Indian Ocean Region safe, said chief of Naval Staff admiral Sunil Lanba, on Tuesday.

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Indian Navy has formally inducted its first deep submarine rescue vehicle, Livefist has reported. This will be the first of two rescue vehicles that will be inducted into the navy.

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