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Kerala Floods: 30 Lives Lost On Single Day, Death Toll Mounts To 97

Aug 16, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

Five naval teams with five Gemini boats were deployed at different places in Wayanad district.


Maldives Declines India's Invite For Naval Exercise, Says Navy Chief

Maldives has not not given any reason for the decision

Navy Launches Indigenously Built 3rd Scropene-Class Submarine Karanj In Mumbai

Jan 31, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

Total six submarines are going to be built at the MDL.


Go To Pakistan Border And Do Patrolling, Won't Give You An Inch Of Land In South Mumbai For Housing, Gadkari Tells Navy

"Navy is needed at the borders from where terrorists sneak in. Why does everyone (in the Navy) want to stay in South Mumbai?"

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17 December, 2017

For The First Time, A Defence Minister Salutes The Indian Navy Way

Outlook Bureau

Previous defence minister Manohar Parikkar or the UPA-era defence minister AK Antony, they have all given salute, the highest form of respect, the Army way.


14 December, 2017


08 December, 2017

Shashi Tharoor Accuses Navy Of Refusing To Pick Up Bodies Of Fishers From Sea Due To Lack Of Freezers, Navy Denies Charge

Outlook Web Bureau

In a series of tweets, Tharoor alleged that he met a group of angry villagers in Pozhiyoor village after a visiting state minister had “whizzed by without talking to them”.


06 December, 2017

Navy Chief Seeks Review After BJP Government Caps Fee Waiver To Children Of Soldiers Killed Or Disabled In Action

Outlook Web Bureau

Under the 1972 scheme, tuition fee was completely waived in schools, colleges and professional educational institutions but it has now been capped at Rs 10,000 per month


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04 December, 2017

Cyclone Ockhi: 10 Naval Ships Deployed For Relief Work In South-East Arabian Sea

Outlook Web Bureau

In addition, eight aircraft, including long-range maritime reconnaissance aircraft P8I, were deployed throughout the day.


02 December, 2017

Navy To Allow Women On Board Warships Sooner Than Later:Navy Chief Sunil Lanba

Outlook Web Bureau

He said the Navy is examining rules and regulations for allowing woman officers on board the warships.



21 November, 2017

Navy's Remotely Piloted Aircraft Crashes While Take-Off In Kerala

Outlook Web Bureau

A board of inquiry is being constituted to investigate the cause of accident.


31 October, 2017

Delhi HC Calls For 'Change In Mindset', Urges Centre To Give Alternate Job To Sailor Who Was Sacked After Undergoing Sex-Change

Outlook Web Bureau

During the course of the hearing, the bench said, "the mindset should change. In today's situation, a medical condition like this cannot be suppressed."



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