President's Colour awarded to Indian Naval Academy
In his address at the Ezhimala Naval Academy, the President complimented the commandants, all instructors and officers involved in training for producing multi-faceted officers. Award of the President's Colour to Indian Naval Academy is a recognition of the yeoman service rendered by the institution in training and shaping Indian Naval officers.
India delaying signing helicopters deal: Russian Helicopters CEO
India and Russia signed a deal in 2015 under PM Narendra Modi's ‘Make in Ind...
Centre inks pact with Goa Shipyard for two missile frigates
The project will be a stepping stone for the Goa Shipyard to construct weapon-int...
India, US begin first tri-services exercise
The nine-day humanitarian assistance and disaster relief (HADR) exercise code-named 'Tiger Triumph' is aimed at developing inter-operability between the militaries of the two countries in HADR operations, officials said.
Pakistan considering various legal options for review of Kulbhushan Jadhav's case: Army
The amended law will outline the procedure to seek redress in the civil courts against sentence by Army courts, the report said. In a major victory for India, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on July 17 ruled that Pakistan must review the death sentence given to Jadhav.
Watch: Indian Navy conducted operational demonstration off Kochi coast
The Southern Naval Command of Indian Navy conducted an operational demonstration off Kochi Coast as part of the Navy Week Celebration. Three...
Pakistan to amend Army Act to allow Jadhav appeal against conviction in civilian court
Pakistan is preparing to amend the Army Act to allow death-row convict Kulbhushan Jadhav the right to file an appeal against his conviction in a civilian court. Defence sources said that the Pakistan government was working on a draft to amend the Army Act to implement the International Court of Justice's July 17 verdict.
Navy's woman officer to be posted abroad as defence attache
The Indian Navy has selected its first woman officer for the post of a defence attaché abroad. Sources said Lt-Commander (equivalent to an Army Major) Karabi Gogoi, a naval engineer currently posted at the Karwar base in coastal Karnataka, has been selected for the post of the assistant naval attaché also at the Indian embassy in Russia.
Four Indian firms including Tata, Adani in final race for Rs 25,000 crore chopper deal for Navy
Under the first project of the strategic partnership policy of the Narendra Modi government to develop indigenous industry's defence manufacturing capacity, 111 light helicopters have to be built indigenously through joint ventures between Indian and foreign firms.
ETPanache Exclusive: December wedding for Rohan Murty & Aparna Krishnan
The couple have known each other for about three years.
GRSE lays keel of the first large survey vessel
These vessels are 110m long with deep displacement of 3300 tonne and can accommodate 231 personnel. The vessel will have a cruising speed of 16 knots. The hull form of these new generations Survey Vessel also meets the stringent seakeeping and manoeuvring requirements including helicopter operations at high sea states.
Speed up delivery of S-400 missiles, India to tell Russia
India wants Russia to speed up the delivery schedule of the advanced S-400 Triumf surface-to-air missile system. The faster delivery of the five squadrons of S-400, under the $5.43 billion deal inked in October 2018, will be discussed in the 19th India-Russia intergovernmental commission on military and military technical cooperation.
Rajnath Singh heads to Russia, to discuss defence logistics pact
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh will discuss the Agreement on Reciprocal Logistics Support (ARLS) with his Russian counterpart General Sergei Shoigu during the 19th India-Russia Inter-Governmental Commission on Military and Military Technical Cooperation on November 6, officials said. Singh will be on a visit to Russia from November 5 to 7.
Indian Navy committed to enhance cooperation with like-minded navies: Admiral Singh
Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh elucidated Navy's commitment to maritime cooperation through constructive engagement, collaborative effort, capacity building, capability enhancement. He also reaffirmed the role of PM Modi's SAGAR framework.
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