EAST CHINA SEA
Russian navy accuses US ship of nearly causing collision
Russia on Friday accused a US naval ship of carrying out a dangerous manoeuvre by sailing within 50 metres of a Russian naval vessel in the East China Sea.
South China Sea in spotlight ahead of Shangrila Dialogue
The Chinese foreign ministry shot back last Thursday at a US Senate proposal to puni...
India, Singapore conduct naval drill in South China Sea
Indian Navy ships Kolkata and Shakti took part in the bilateral naval exercise with S...
Donald Trump and Shinzo Abe confirm 'joint desire' to stop Iran oil imports: US official
The two leaders also discussed a "desire to see Iran change its path and seek a more peaceful course forward," Hagerty said.
China deploys new missile destroyer, frigate in its anti-piracy fleet
One of the country's new generation of self-developed Type-052C guided missile destroyers, Xi'an, which entered into service in February 2015, possesses over-the-horizon strike capability at sea, the report said.
China's growing presence in Indian Ocean a challenge for India: Navy chief Lanba
Admiral Lanba, who is on a four-day visit to Britain, also said that no nation has invested as much as China in shipbuilding.
Climate change affected fisheries globally: Study
The study, published in the journal Science, suggests that ocean warming has led to an estimated 4.1 per cent drop in sustainable catches, on average, for many species of fish and shellfish from 1930 to 2010.
China ups aggression in South China Sea through military exercises
China’s navy, coast guard and maritime militia are a constant presence in the region.
Chinese navy a force which is here to stay: Navy Chief Lanba
Admiral Lanba, while participating in a panel discussion at the Raisina Dialogue along with top Navy officials from the US, France, Japan and Australia, also said no navy has grown so rapidly in the last 200 years as the Chinese Navy.
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