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At the customary Indian Navy Day press conference held at New Delhi, Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral D.K. Joshi gave updates of various Indian Navy programmes, including the P-8I which is going great...
Gustavo de Aristegui Ambassador of Spain to India
After spending a year in Australia, the Spanish combat supply ship ESPS Cantabria arrived at Mormugao Port, Goa, on November 26.
Kanji Ishimaru, the Managing Director of ShinMaywa Industries India Pvt Ltd and Director of ShinMaywa Industries Ltd, Japan
José Luis Montes Martínez, General Manager, India Liaison Office, talks about Navantia in India.
The largest, biggest and the costliest platform of the military arsenal joined the Indian Navy with a price tag of $2.3 billion...
The capabilities to enhance strategic reach, flexibility of operations, endurance and firepower, are apparent cornerstones of Indian Navy’s maritime doctrine.
Since Korea is a peninsula, strong naval forces have been crucial in maintaining stability throughout its history.
With a strong technology base, South Korea has always strived to develop and build its own military ships, submarines and fast boats.
Despite all the precautions during design and operation of magazines, accidents do take place with ammunition, which lead to terrible outcomes on warships and loss of precious lives.
There is a multi-tier arrangement for coastal security involving the Indian Navy, ICG and marine police of the coastal states and Union territories.
Saab has offered their RBS15 anti-ship missile to the Indian Navy. This can be launched from land, air and sea, making it suitable for a wide spectrum of threat scenarios.
As the Indian Navy works on sailing its newest acquisition back home, it has already decided that the INS Vikramaditya will be part of preliminary internal exercises in the Arabian Sea in 2014...
The Army and Navy, which had anticipated a tough decision at November 11's meeting of the Defence Acquisition Council, were left disappointed...