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Indian Navy’s fifth Scorpene submarine Vagir launched: All you need to know

NEW DELHI: Indian Navy's fifth Scorpene submarine 'Vagir' was launched on Thursday at Mumbai's Mazagon Dock.According to an official statement, Union minister of state for defence, Shripad Naik launched the fifth Scorpene class submarine 'Vagir' of Project 75 in...

Does China Have An Answer To India’s Arihant Missile Submarine?

SourceBecause of nuclear propulsion, Arihant can do twelve to fifteen knots on the floor and twenty-four knots underwater. Most diving depth is unknown, and possibly a carefully held secret, however the Akula class is thought to dive to 6...

Navy Commander, 2 Retired Officers Arrested for Allegedly Leaking Classified Info

A serving Navy commander and two retired officers have been arrested for allegedly leaking classified information on the upgrading of the Navy's Kilo class submarines. A Vice-Admiral and a Rear Admiral are investigating the situation, Navy officials say. The Navy...

Why Is Russia Offering Old Submarines to India

A Kilo-Class SubmarineAdmiral Karambir Singh, the chief of the Indian Navy, recently paid a low-key three-day visit to Russia. The trip was "primarily about submarines," according to one source, aside from attending the Russian Navy's 325th-anniversary celebration in St...

Govt Okays Rs 43,000 CR Order to Procure Six Submarines | Indian Navy News

The defence ministry has cleared a two-decade-old plan to procure six conventional submarines with the ability to stay underwater for weeks. The order will create competition that will involve defence sector giant Larsen and Toubro and public owned Mazagaon...

INS Chakra: Indian Navy’s Lone Nuclear-Powered Attack Submarine on Its Way Back to Russia

Indian Navy's only nuclear-powered attack submarine, the INS Chakra, which was taken on lease from Russia, is believed to be on its way back to the country of its origin, people familiar with the development said on Friday.INS Chakra,...

5 Years Of Submarine Secrecy: India’s Unique Arihant Class Is Still In Hiding

5 Years Of Submarine Secrecy: India’s Unique Arihant Class Is Still In Hiding | Naval NewsFew submarines are less photographed than India’s two Arihant Class ballistic missile submarines (SSBNs). The lead boat, INS Arihant (S2), was commissioned in 2016...

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West Bengal Women Beaten: Man delivers ‘Street Justice’ Called INSAF in Laxmikantapur

West Bengal Women Beaten: The Trinamool Congress (TMC) faced criticism on Sunday as opposition parties in West Bengal condemned...
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