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Indian Navy Conducts Israel-JV LR SAM Firing Successfully in Blue Waters

Indian Navy on Wednesday achieved a significant milestone in enhancing its Anti Air Warfare capability with the maiden firing of its newly developed Long Range Surface to Air Missile (LR SAM) on the Western Seaboard by INS Kolkata, wherein the missile successesfully intercepted an Aerial Target at extended ranges. Apart from the missile, the system includes a Multi Functional Surveillance ...

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India Apprehensive as China’s Jialong Explores Minerals in its Backyard

As the news of China’s submersible Jiaolong kicking off its deep-sea exploration for polymetallic sulfides, copper, zinc, besides collecting samples of biological organism, hydrothermal vent, India is watching the new invasion in its backyard that may deprive it of the mineral resources in the future. It may be noted that China had obtained approval in July this year from the ...

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Cyclone ‘Hudhud’ to Hit Andhra Pradesh, Odisha; Helpline Numbers Activated

The severe cyclonic storm Hudhud is expected to hit in the coasts of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh within 24 hours. As Hudhud may slam the coasts, rescue teams have been deployed by Odisha government at vulnerable areas on Friday. The latest bulletin issued by Indian Meteorological Department said, “The system would move west-northwestwards, intensify further into a very severe cyclonic ...

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Green Footprint of A Blue Water Navy

As guardians of maritime frontiers, the Indian Navy deploys ships, submarines and aircraft that consume energy resources for operational roles. With diminishing energy resources, price volatility and to minimise the impact of fossil fuels on the environment, there is an emerging and compelling need to ensure optimal utilisation of these resources and ‘stretch each rupee to the maximum’ by increasing ...

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