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DRDO, ADA successfully execute first-ever arrested landing of Light Combat Aircraft (Navy) at INS Hansa in Goa
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DRDO, ADA successfully execute first-ever arrested landing of Light Combat Aircraft (Navy) at INS Hansa in Goa

DRDO and ADA successfully executed the first-ever arrested landing of Light Combat Aircraft (Navy) at a shore-based facility, INS Hansa in Goa, inching closer to the goal of operating from an aircraft carrier.

Admiral Karambir Singh takes charge as 24th Chief of Naval Staff, says will endeavour to provide 'strong, capable' maritime defence
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Admiral Karambir Singh takes charge as 24th Chief of Naval Staff, says will endeavour to provide 'strong, capable' maritime defence

Admiral Karambir Singh on Friday took over as the Chief of the Naval Staff succeeding Admiral Sunil Lanba, who is retiring after over four decades of service.

No smooth sailing: Deployment of women on warships may soon be allowed, but challenges still remain
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No smooth sailing: Deployment of women on warships may soon be allowed, but challenges still remain

The Indian Navy is gearing up to induct more women in its fold, and will soon allow them to take up various roles on a warship, including that of a sailor.

Armed Forces Tribunal seeks Centre's reply within three weeks on Vice-Admiral Bimal Verma's plea challenging Vice-Admiral Karambir Singh's appointment
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Armed Forces Tribunal seeks Centre's reply within three weeks on Vice-Admiral Bimal Verma's plea challenging Vice-Admiral Karambir Singh's appointment

The Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT) on Thursday directed the Central government to submit its response within three weeks in connection with a petition filed by Vice-Admiral Bimal Verma challenging the appointment of his junior Vice Admiral Karambir Singh as the next navy chief.

Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba inaugurates virtual reality centre to boost indigenous warship design
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Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba inaugurates virtual reality centre to boost indigenous warship design

A new, state-of-the-art Virtual Reality Centre (VRC) was Friday inaugurated by Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba here that would provide a "major boost" to indigenous warship design capabilities of the Navy

Vice-Admiral Bimal Verma moves Armed Forces Tribunal after being superseded for post of Indian Navy chief
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Vice-Admiral Bimal Verma moves Armed Forces Tribunal after being superseded for post of Indian Navy chief

Vice Admiral Karambir Singh Flag Officer Commanding in Chief (FOC-in-C) East will be the first helicopter pilot of Indian Navy to become Chief Naval Staff.

Vice Admiral Karambir Singh set to be next Indian Navy chief; govt neglects 'seniority' criteria to pick Admiral Sunil Lanba's successor
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Vice Admiral Karambir Singh set to be next Indian Navy chief; govt neglects 'seniority' criteria to pick Admiral Sunil Lanba's successor

The government made the selection following a merit-based approach and did not go with the tradition of appointing the senior most eligible officer to the post, official sources said.

Indian Navy Day 2018: Operation Trident, blue-water ambitions and a long way to indigenisation
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Indian Navy Day 2018: Operation Trident, blue-water ambitions and a long way to indigenisation

The significance of 4 December, which is celebrated as the Indian Navy Day, is unparalleled in independent India’s military history.

Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba in Kerala to review search and rescue operation Sahayam
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Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba in Kerala to review search and rescue operation Sahayam

Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba will review 'Operation Sahayam', the search and rescue operations going on off Kerala coast and Lakshadweep and Minicoy islands in the aftermath of Cyclone Ockhi.

Indian Navy ship rescues 27 in cyclone-hit Bangladesh, one more vessel with relief material on its way
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Indian Navy ship rescues 27 in cyclone-hit Bangladesh, one more vessel with relief material on its way

After Sri Lanka, the Indian Navy has rushed two ships for relief and rescue operations in cyclone-hit Bangladesh, Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba said on Wednesday.

India unveils
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India unveils "joint doctrine" for deeper coordination among three military wings

The doctrine said to achieve 'jointness', it is essential that personnel from the three services serve together in organisations across the military-strategic, operational and tactical levels.

INS Viraat decommissioned: All you need to know about world's longest serving aircraft carrier
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INS Viraat decommissioned: All you need to know about world's longest serving aircraft carrier

INS Viraat, the longest serving ship in the world, was decommissioned from the Indian Navy today. Here's all you need to know about the aircraft carrier