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Goa <strong>Navy</strong> aircraft crash: Body of missing Lieutenant recovered

Goa Navy aircraft crash: Body of missing Lieutenant recovered

27 Mar 2015

Panaji: The body of the second missing Navy officer Lt Abhinay Nagori was on Friday recovered from the fuselage of the ill-fated Dornier Aircraft which crashed during a training sortie off the Goa coast.

Navy surveillance aircraft,   Indian navy aircraft crash,   Goa coast,   Dornier maritime surveillance aircraft,  Navy officer,   Lt Abhinay Nagori,  
<strong>Navy</strong> surveillance aircraft crashes in Goa; two officers missing

Navy surveillance aircraft crashes in Goa; two officers missing

25 Mar 2015

Panaji: An Indian Navy surveillance aircraft crashed south-west off Goa and two officers on-board the plane were missing while one has been rescued.

Navy surveillance aircraft,   Indian navy aircraft crash,   Goa,   Dornier maritime surveillance aircraft,  
Sri Lanka President orders release of 54 Indian fishermen

Sri Lanka President orders release of 54 Indian fishermen

24 Mar 2015

Colombo: Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena on Tuesday ordered the release of 54 Indian fishermen from Tamil Nadu arrested last week by the navy for allegedly poaching in the country's waters.

Sri Lanka President,   Fishermen release,   Maithripala Sirisena,   Navy,   Fishermen level talks ,  
<strong>Navy</strong> has right to shoot anyone who intrudes: Sri Lankan PM

Navy has right to shoot anyone who intrudes: Sri Lankan PM

16 Mar 2015

Colombo: Sri Lanka's Prime Minister Ranil Wickremasinghe has again said that his country's navy has the right to shoot anyone who intrudes into its territorial waters, notwithstanding India's forthright disapproval.

Sri Lankan PM,   Ranil Wickremasinghe,   Navy right to shoot,   ,  
86 Indian fishermen arrested by Lankan <strong>navy</strong>

86 Indian fishermen arrested by Lankan navy

27 Feb 2015

Colombo: As many as 86 Indian fishermen have been arrested and their 10 fishing boats seized by the Sri Lanka Navy for allegedly poaching in the country's waters, naval officials said on Friday.

Indian Fisherman,   Lankan navy,   Sri Lanka Navy,   India,   Srilanka ,  
Indian fishermen will be shot if they intrude into Sri Lankan waters: Ranil Wickramasinghe

Indian fishermen will be shot if they intrude into Sri Lankan waters: Ranil Wickramasinghe

07 Mar 2015

Colombo: Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit here, Premier Ranil Wickramasinghe has stoked a controversy suggesting that Indian fishermen may be shot if they intruded into Sri Lankan waters.

Indian Fisherman,   Ranil Wickramasinghe,   Sri Lankan PM,   Sri Lanka Navy,  
US voices concern over China's 'dramatic' tactics in South China Sea

US voices concern over China's 'dramatic' tactics in South China Sea

03 Mar 2015

New Delhi: US on Tuesday expressed concern over China's "provocative" and "dramatic" tactics in the South China Sea and said the American navy will shift 60 percent of its maritime assets to the Pacific by 2020.

US,   China,   South China Sea,   China dramatic tactics,   American navy,   US navy maritime assets ,  
Corporate espionage <strong>scandal</strong>: Raids on office of petrochemical firm

Corporate espionage scandal: Raids on office of petrochemical firm

21 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Intensifying its probe into the sensational corporate espionage scandal, Delhi Police Crime Branch on Saturday raided the office of a petrochemical company in Noida after it searched the office of arrested energy consultant Prayas Jain.

Corporate espionage case,   Delhi Police,   RIL,   Oil Ministry ,  
<strong>Navy</strong> holds drill to test readiness for dealing with tsunamis

Navy holds drill to test readiness for dealing with tsunamis

10 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Indian Navy has conducted a large- scale exercise to test its readiness for handling a tsunami- like disaster with over 20 warships and various aircraft taking part in the drill which was held around Lakshadweep Islands.

Indian Navy,   Tsunami,   Lakshwadeep Islands,   Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief,   Fresh Water Crisis,   Cyclone Sidr,   Cyclone Nargis,   Humanitarian crises ,  
<strong>Navy</strong> embarks on a mass cleanliness drive

Navy embarks on a mass cleanliness drive

31 Jan 2015

Kochi: In keeping with the spirit of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Southern Naval Command has embarked on a mass cleanliness drive in the Naval premises.

Southern Naval Command,   cleanliness drive,   Swachh Bharat Abhiyan,   Prime Minister of India,   Narendra Modi,  

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