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State-owned helicopter operator Pawan Hans is in talks with the Indian Navy to supply on lease utility choppers that are urgently needed to plug a critical gap that threatens to dull operational capability.

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India has sent a warship to Abu Dhabi to participate in two naval defence exhibitions from February 20 to 25, in reflection of its gradual expansion of military cooperation with the United Arab Emirates.

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The Navy, the forgotten Service, continues to remain on the sidelines of Indian defence planning and strategy, despite lessons from history and options imposed by geography.

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Australia has posted a liaison officer at Indian Navy's Gurgaon-based Information Fusion Centre (IFC) that has emerged as a major hub of maritime security information relating to the Indian Ocean, a region witnessing increasing Chinese naval forays.

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Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh on Friday carried out a detailed review of a recently-concluded theatre-level naval exercise involving large number of warships, submarines and aircraft over a vast geographical expanse in the Indian Ocean Region, . . .

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The Indian and Indonesian navies carried out a military exercise in the Arabian sea on Thursday to enhance operational interoperability and overall cooperation.

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The Indian Navy’s ability to train personnel to mitigate emergencies at sea will get a further boost with Goa Shipyard Ltd (GSL) commencing construction of a damage control simulator for the Andaman and Nicobar Command at Port Blair.

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The Pakistan Navy on Saturday commenced its biannual multi-national exercise called Aman 2021. Navies of 45 nations are participating in the exercise, including the US, China and Russia.

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External Affairs Minister (EAM) S Jaishankar on Monday pitched for connectivity from "The Arabian Sea to the South China Sea" even as India and Japan work together in tandem.

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Chinese warships in the Indian Ocean, ostensibly to guard against pirates, have been increasingly aggressive in recent times.

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State-run engineering firm BHEL NSE 1.03 % on Thursday said it has bagged an order from the Indian Navy for supplying two Super Rapid Gun Mounts (SRGM), main guns standardised for all warships of the Indian Navy.

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The Philippines will beef up its naval presence in the South China Sea to protect its fisherman, said the country's military chief Cirilito Sobejana, as concerns grow after China passed a law giving power to its coastguard to fire on foreign vessels . . .

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A French nuclear-propelled attack submarine and warship patrolled in the South China Sea to underscore freedom of navigation in international waterways, the Armed Forces Ministry said on Tuesday.

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The Indian Navy is carrying out a mega war game involving almost all operational assets like warships, submarines and aircraft over a vast geographical expanse in the Indian Ocean Region to test the force's combat readiness in a complex . . .

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Israeli defence technology company Rafael Advanced Defense Systems and Bharat Dynamics Limited NSE 0.22 % (BDL) are teaming up for joint induction of an anti-torpedo defence system called 'SHADE' for the Indian Navy.

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