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The 22nd rendition of the Malabar naval exercise, held for the first time in waters off the coast of Guam and involving aircraft and ships from Indian Navy, the U.S. Navy, and the Japan Maritime Self Defense Force (JMSDF), officially came to an end on June 16.

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The ministry of defence (MoD) is expected to issue a request for information (RFI) for Rs 32,640-crore mine-counter measure vessels (MCMVs) to be built at Goa Shipyard (GSL) in the next four weeks.

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With the government considering a proposal to move a Rs 60,000-crore project to build submarines to the public sector on a nomination basis, India’s top shipbuilder Larsen and Toubro has sought the Niti Aayog’s intervention, asking that it be reserved for the private industry as per the original plans.

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Additional Director General (Operations and Coastal Security) of Coast Guard V Sri Ramachandra Murthy said that Indian Coast Guard fleet has steadily grown over the years and now stood at fourth largest CG in the world.

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Engineering major Larsen and Toubro (L&T) has delivered the 40th interceptor boat to the Indian Coast Guard, which was commissioned here recently.

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In a daring and complex operation, a Sea King 42C helicopter winched down a Marco officer on a merchant vessel on fire to arrest its drift towards the International Maritime Border Line with Bangladesh.

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Ten days before he arrives in India, New Delhi has sought a clarification from Seychelles President Danny Faure on his June 4 statement that the development of a military base on Assumption Island by India “will not move forward”, sources told The Indian Express.

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New Delhi's efforts to strength its strategic presence in the Indian Ocean has apparently received a major setback after the Seychelles government said 'no' to India's plan to set up a military base in the archipelago nation.

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A leading People's Liberation Army (PLA) military strategist, Major General Du Wenlong, has described the on-going India-United States-Japan Malabar naval exercise as having "low combat value" and posing little challenge to Chinese submarines.

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On March 29 a chapter of Indian Navy’s flying prowess as part of its aviation arm, took a farewell bow as eight Tu-142MR (Tuploev) planes of the Indian Naval Air Squadron (INAS) 312 were decommissioned after proudly serving the Indian Navy for 29 long years.

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