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S Korea <strong>navy</strong> officer arrested for spying for China

S Korea navy officer arrested for spying for China

04 Jul 2015

Seoul: A South Korean navy officer has been arrested for allegedly leaking military secrets to China, a Defence Ministry spokesman said today. A Lieutenant Commander, assigned to the Defence Security Command, faces charges that he handed over classified information to a suspected Chinese agent while he was studying in China from 2009 to 2012.

S Korea navy officer,   Navy officer arrested,   Spying for China,   S Korea,   South Korean navy,   Defence ministry of S Korea,   spokesman said today,   Latest World News,  
Navy's 48 warships being built indigenously: Vice Admiral

Navy's 48 warships being built indigenously: Vice Admiral

30 Jun 2015

Kolkata: Hailing the country's indigenous shipbuilding capabilities, Vice Admiral P. Murugesan, Vice Chief of the navy, on Tuesday said that 48 warships were currently under construction in Indian shipyards.

Indian Navy,   Indigenously Ship,   Vice Admiral,   P Murugesan,   Vice Chief of the navy,   Warships,   Latest Nation News,  
CBI must probe mysterious deaths in Vyapam case: Whistleblower

CBI must probe mysterious deaths in Vyapam case: Whistleblower

30 Jun 2015

New Delhi: The CBI must probe deaths of accused and witnesses under mysterious circumstances in Madhya Pradesh's Vyapam scam, says the man who exposed the massive admission and recruitment scandal.

CBI,   Probe deaths in Vyapam case,   Whistleblower,   Vyapam scam,   Recruitment scandal,   Latest States News,  
<strong>Navy</strong>, Coast Guard rescue 14 crew members from sinking vessel

Navy, Coast Guard rescue 14 crew members from sinking vessel

24 Jun 2015

Mumbai: In a swift response to an SOS from a distressed offshore coastal vessel, Navy and Coast Guard today swung into action to rescue 14 crew members of the vessel.

Navy,   Coast Guard rescue,   Sinking vessel,   SOS,   Offshore coastal vessel,   Rescue operation,   Latest Nation News,  
South Korea Parliament approves Park's pick for PM after <strong>scandal</strong>

South Korea Parliament approves Park's pick for PM after scandal

18 Jun 2015

SEOUL: South Korea's Parliament approved President Park Geun-hye's choice for Prime Minister today after the incumbent stepped down following an allegation he accepted illegal campaign funds from a businessman.

South Korea ,   South Korea Parliament ,   President Park Geun hye,   Justice Minister Hwang Kyo ahn,   Prime Minister,   Political corruption ,  
Indian <strong>Navy</strong> rescues 20 from sinking merchant vessel off Vasai coast

Indian Navy rescues 20 from sinking merchant vessel off Vasai coast

22 Jun 2015

Mumbai: Indian Navy helicopters rescued 20 people onboard a listing merchant ship off Vasai coast in neighbouring Palghar district today.

Indian Navy,   merchant vessel,   helicopter,   Vasai coast,   Palghar district,   latest India news ,  
Interpol suspends 20mn-euro deal with FIFA after <strong>scandal</strong>

Interpol suspends 20mn-euro deal with FIFA after scandal

12 Jun 2015

Lyon: International police body Interpol today announced it was suspending a 10-year partnership deal with FIFA worth 20 million euros (USD 22 mn) following a corruption probe into football's world governing body.

International police body,   Interpol deal with FIFA,   FIFA corruption probe,   football world governing body,   Latest News ,  
Osama Bin Laden's son asked US for death certificate: WikiLeaks

Osama Bin Laden's son asked US for death certificate: WikiLeaks

20 Jun 2015

Riyadh: A son of Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden asked the United States for a death certificate after US Navy SEALS killed him, said a letter released by WikiLeaks. The letter, stating it is from the US embassy in Riyadh, is among about 70,000 documents dubbed "The Saudi Cables" the whistleblower website published.

Al-Qaeda,   Osama bin Laden,   US Navy SEALS,   WikiLeaks,   Riyadh,   The Saudi Cables,   latest world news,  
Bofors was not a <strong>scandal</strong>: Pranab Mukherjee

Bofors was not a scandal: Pranab Mukherjee

26 May 2015

New Delhi: Stoking a political controversy ahead of his Sweden visit, President Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday said  Bofors case was not a scandal as no Indian court has given its verdict on the infamous case.

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From Siachen to South China Sea, Indian armed forces mark International Yoga Day

From Siachen to South China Sea, Indian armed forces mark International Yoga Day

21 Jun 2015

New Delhi: From ice-capped Siachen, the highest battlefield in the world, to the warships in the contentious South China Sea, Indian armed forces today joined the International Yoga Day celebrations.

Siachen,   South China Sea,   Indian armed forces,   Indian Army,   Indian Air Force,   Indian Navy,   International Yoga Day,  

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