DRDO's AIP system gets boost with the operation of land-based prototype
The DRDO programme to build a fuel cell-based Air Independent Propulsion (AIP) system for Indian Naval Submarines crossed several milestones in technology maturity as the operation of the land-based prototype engineered to the form-and-fit of a submarine was conducted at the Naval Materials Research Laboratory in Ambernath, Maharashtra on Wednesday.
50 India Inc representatives to accompany Rajnath Singh to Russia to explore JVs
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh will be in Moscow from Novemb...
GRSE lays keel of the first large survey vessel
These vessels are 110m long with deep displacement of 3300 tonne and can accommodate 231 pers...
Adani Group puts in last-minute bid for Indian Navy's Rs 45,000-crore submarine project
The Adani Group has put in a last-minute bid for Indian Navy's Rs 45,000 crore submarine project.
Navy to merge functions of workforce to tide over crisis
The re-orientation is proposed as the force is acquiring systems with super-special technologies equipped on platforms, including new ships, frigates & submarines. Sources say, the proposal was discussed at length at the Navy Commander's Conference.
French President announces 3-pronged security partnership with India for Southern Indian Ocean
Macron stated that India and France were sharing the analysis of joint maritime security, working on a joint maritime surveillance in the region and looking at possible deployment of an Indian Navy maritime patrol.
Three-day Naval Commanders Conference concludes
The second edition of the Naval Commanders Conference concluded on Thursday where several critical subjects related to effective conduct of operations in a futuristic joint service environment were examined and an action plan was arrived at.
Mexico praises ICJ ruling in Kulbhushan Jadhav's case
"The effective fulfillment by the Member States of the diplomatic and consular obligations is of the greatest relevance for the operation of the international multilateral system," Legal Adviser of the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs Alejandro Celorio said in the General Assembly as the Court's President Judge Abduylqawi Yusuf presented his report.
Indian forces capable of giving befitting reply to those who cast evil eye on us: Rajnath Singh
Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday said the India Navy has maintained vigilance to ensure that the terror attack of 26/11 is not repeated. The minister said this while addressing the media at the Naval Commanders conference.
HAL delivers Chetak helicopter to Indian Navy ahead of schedule
HAL entered into a contract with the Indian Navy in August 2017 for the supply of eight Chetak helicopters with the delivery schedule of the first two in August 2019 and the rest in August 2020.
Parliamentary panel to examine accidents involving defence assets, assess defence procurement policy
The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Defence has selected a number of subjects for examination, which include reviewing the selection procedure of officers in the armed forces, according to the Lok Sabha secretariat's bulletin.
India & the Philippines agree to bolster defence ties; sign 4 agreements during President Kovind's visit
India and the Philippines agreed to bolster defence and maritime security partnership and to make it a key pillar of bilateral cooperation, as President Ram Nath Kovind held wide-ranging talks with his Philippine counterpart Rodrigo Duterte.
We will continue to partner with friends to confront any emerging threats: Army chief
The Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, speaking at an event, reiterated India's commitment to peace and stability in the neighbourhood, as well as Indian Army's intent to partner with friends to "confront any kind of emerging threats."
View: African islands in the Indian Ocean- Looking beyond Delhi’s strategic blindness
The western Indian Ocean continues to remain at the periphery of India’s strategic calculations while remaining a blindspot for the Indian Navy despite the region marked as an area of interest in its 2015 maritime security strategy.
INS multi-role chopper project assumes urgency, after China displays Z-20
India will need to speed up the process to acquire Naval Multi-Role Helicopters for its Navy to deal with security challenges in the Indian Ocean Region, especially since China displayed its indigenously developed Z-20 choppers earlier this October.
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