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The Indian Navy is slated to begin inducting four more Boeing P-8I Neptune advanced maritime patrol/anti-submarine warfare (ASW) aircraft this May, according to Navy sources.

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Navantia is participating in the P75(I) project using as reference design our S80 plus, the only 3000 ton AIP submarine currently under construction worldwide.

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To cater to the requirement of oxygen supply for multiple patients during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, personnel from Naval Dockyard Visakhapatnam has designed an innovative ‘portable multi-feed oxygen manifold (MOM)’ using a six-way radial header fitted to a single cylinder.

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With the induction of advanced P-8I multi-role maritime ASW aircraft, Indian Navy has come to the forefront of aerial Anti-submarine Warfare (ASW), ensuring that the hostile neighbours reworked their underwater surveillance and intelligence gathering tactics.

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A shipment of 60,000 face masks ordered by Indian Medical Association, Goa to offset the shortfall in Goa was stuck at Delhi as trucks could not proceed further in the current situation of lockdown.

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Responsivity, in generic terms, means a degree to which something is responsive, i.e., it can respond to various stimuli.

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Even as it is supporting the fight against Coronovirus on land, the Indian Navy is maintaining a Hawkeye in the Indian Ocean Region as it tracked Pakistani and Chinese Navy movements separately.

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India is going ahead with a $2.3 billion (about Rs 15,000 crore) deal to manufacture fleet support vessels (FSVs) in collaboration with a Turkish shipyard following a review after questions were raised on Turkey’s links with Pakistan and the recent diplomatic tiff with the Recep Tayyip Erdogan government.

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The Indian and French Navy for the first time conducted joint patrols from the Reunion Island which is an overseas region of France and an island east of Madagascar and 175 km southwest of Mauritius.

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India and France, For the first time, have conducted joint patrols from the Reunion Island, signalling New Delhi’s intent to engage with friendly foreign partners in expanding its footprint in the Indian Ocean, focusing on the stretch between the East African coastline and the Malacca straits.

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Taking note of the security lapse that culminated in the theft of electronic equipment onboard India’s first Indigenous Aircraft Carrier (IAC) Vikrant, which is being constructed by Cochin Shipyard Ltd (CSL), the Ministry of Defence has for the first time deployed CISF personnel on the flight deck of the vessel.

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A mini-dense forest is being created at the naval base here by the Indian Navy to create awareness about importance of environment among the younger generation.

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With the deployment of additional personnel from the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), the security at Cochin Shipyard, where India's first indigenous aircraft carrier – INS Vikrant – is under construction, has been tightened.

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In an effort to augment India's fight against the spread of CoViD-19, Indian Navy has set up a Quarantine Camp at INS Vishwakarma in Vishakhapatnam, Eastern Naval Command (ENC) for Indian nationals being evacuated from CoViD 19-affected countries.

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In yet another progressive ruling, Supreme Court on Tuesday said that objecting to a permanent commission for women in the Indian Navy is gender stereotyping and that there can be no discrimination between men and women on the issue of grant of permanent commission in the Indian Navy.

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