Indian Coast Guard recruitment 2021: Vacancies for 50 stewards and cooks released at joinindiancoastguard.gov.in
Candidates, who have passed their Class 10 exam with at least 50 percent marks, are eligible to apply for Indian Coast Guard recruitment 2021
The injured crew member was identified as the third engineer of the ship and is being taken to land in a navy boat, an official said
Mauritian Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth declared a state of environmental emergency and requested for assistance after a Japanese ship leaked hundreds of tonnes of oil off the country's coast
Unmanned 3,000 ton tanker carrying naphtha drifting towards Goa's Panaji; Indian Coast Guard monitoring situation
The tanker, which was anchored at Mormugaon Port Trust, began drifting towards Panaji after strong winds and a rough current caused its anchor line to break
Indian Coast Guard issues weather advisory to Maharashtra, Kerala, Goa and UTs over possible cyclonic storm, warns fisherfolk against venturing into sea
Indian Coast Guard has requested the state and UT administration to issue appropriate warnings in vernacular languages, refrain fisher-folk from venturing out to sea during adverse weather conditions and recall smaller boats at sea to the harbour.
Indian Coast Guard chief Krishnaswamy Natarajan calls on Palaniswami, briefs him about initiatives taken to strengthen Tamil Nadu’s maritime domain
Indian Coast Guard director general Krishnaswamy Natarajan on Monday met Tamil Nadu chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami and apprised him about various developments envisaged to strengthen the maritime domain
Daily Bulletin: Narendra Modi to hold talks with Donald Trump, receive award from Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan today; day's top stories and more
Here are today's top stories: Narendra Modi to hold talks with Donald Trump on sidelines of UNGA today; Rajnath Singh to embark on two-day visit to Chennai starting today to attend investiture ceremony of Indian Coast Guard; and more
MHA to conduct comprehensive review of coastal security after glaring gaps flagged by Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba
A lack of enthusiasm by the leadership in coastal states and a delay in utilising resources for securing India’s maritime interests has forced the home ministry to carry out a comprehensive review of the scheme
Fire breaks out on OSV Coastal Jaguar off Visakhapatnam coast; ICGS Rani Rashmoni redirected to rescue 29-member crew
An Offshore Support Vessel Coastal Jaguar reported a loud explosion off the coast of Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh, The Tribue reported. According to initial reports, 28 members of the 29-member crew have been rescued. One member is still missing, preliminary reports said.
Incumbent Western Seaboard Commander Krishnaswamy Natarajan to replace Rajendra Singh as new Director General of Indian Coast Guard
Krishnaswamy Natarajan was appointed as the next Director General of the Indian Coast Guard on Tuesday. Natarajan, the second Coast Guard officer to lead the force, would take over on 30 June. Natarajan was instrumental in giving a fillip to the overall growth of the Coast Guard, post 26/11, in terms of assets and infrastructure development including a dedicated academy.
Cyclone Vayu changes course, skirts Gujarat's Saurashtra coast; state to remain on high alert for next 24 hours
At 7.30 pm on Thursday, the IMD said Cyclone Vayu is very likely to move north-northwestwards for some time and then northwestwards, skirting the Saurashtra coast, affecting Gir Somnath, Diu, Junagarh, Porbandar and Devbhoomi Dwarka during the next 12 hours.
Cyclone Vayu: Ships deployed for rescue and relief operations on western coast, diving team kept on standby, says Indian Navy
The Indian Navy said that, for Cyclone Vayu, the Western Naval Command has deployed its ships, aircraft, and helicopters for rescue and relief operations and to alert the fishermen at sea.
Cyclone Vayu: Chinese vessels allowed to stay at Ratnagiri port to avoid being hit by tropical storm
Ten Chinese vessels have been allowed to stay at Ratnagiri port in Maharashtra on humanitarian grounds after they sought shelter to avoid being hit by the fury of Cyclone Vayu, the Indian Coast Guard said.
India cancels dialogue with Pakistan coast guard amid post-Pulwama tension; DG Rajendra Singh was to attend talks
India is believed to have had cancelled the dialogue of coast guards with Pakistan, in the wake of the tension after the Pulwama terror attack.
Pulwama aftermath: Indian Navy deployed nuclear submarines, aircraft carrier amid heightened tensions with Pakistan
The Indian Navy said it had deployed its frontline warships, including nuclear submarines, near Pakistan waters in the Arabian Sea after Pulwama.
Indian Coast Guards douse major fire on research vessel off Mangaluru coast; rescue 30 crew members, 16 scientists
Two Indian Coast Guard ships doused a major fire on board a ship, carrying around 30 crew members and 16 scientists late last night off the Mangaluru coast in Karnataka.
Six fishermen rescued, one missing after Pakistani forces sink Indian fishing boat near Gujarat port; New Delhi lodges protest
The Pakistani maritime agency fired on an Indian fishing boat with seven persons on board and sank it on 17 January, following which India has lodged a strong protest with Pakistan over the incident, official sources said Tuesday.
26/11 anniversary: Marginal improvements in intelligence-gathering can't compensate for colossal gaps in policing system
The reality is, lessons, if learned, are soon forgotten. We quickly slide back into apathy and sluggishness.
Ten years of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks: Maritime security remains nightmare as India does little to plug loopholes
Coastal security needs a renewed push for implementation of the ongoing schemes that would lead to the formation of a formidable security apparatus.
Andaman tribe kill US man: Anthropologists help cops search for body of John Allen Chau murdered in Sentinelese island
Chau was killed possibly with arrows. But, Andaman Police PRO Jatin Narwal had said on Wednesday that it was a subject of probe.