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  • Indian Navy engineer found dead on INS Godavari near Porbandar 6 days ago

    Ahmedabad: A 24-year-old Indian Navy engineer allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself onboard the INS Godavari, a naval ship sailing near Porbandar coast, early Thursday morning, the police said. He has been identified by the police as Narottamsinh Tomar (24), a resident of Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh, who served as...
  • PMK calls for shock treatment to Lankan government for arresting 43 Tamil fishermen December 10, 2014

    Chennai: Despite strong protests from India, the Sri Lankan Navy continues to arrest Tamil fishermen from India who stray into international waters or Sri Lankan waters. In yet another incident, 43 fishermen from Tamil Nadu and Karaikal in Pondicherry were arrested by the Sri Lankan navy on Tuesday. The ruling...
  • INS Sindhurakshak tragedy may be a result of human error: Navy Chief Admiral Dhowan December 3, 2014

    New Delhi: Nearly 18 months after an explosion on board submarine INS Sindhurakshak sunk the vessel, killing 18 personnel, Navy Chief Admiral RK Dhowan on Wednesday indicated that human error besides other factors could have led to the tragedy. Addressing a press conference on the eve of Navy Day, he noted...
  • Armed forces conduct coastal exercise on the sixth anniversary of 26/11 November 26, 2014

    New Delhi: Over 30 ships, submarines and aircraft of the Indian Navy, Indian Air Force, Coast Guard and state agencies have been deployed for an exercise off the western coast, ahead of the sixth anniversary of the Mumbai terror attack. "In order to be better prepared to prevent a 26/11 incident...
  • Boeing delivers sixth P8I maritime patrol aircraft to India November 26, 2014

    Washington: US aviation manufacturer Boeing has delivered the sixth P-8I maritime patrol aircraft to India on schedule, a media release has said. The P-8I, which is part of a contract of eight awarded in 2009, arrived at Naval Air Station Rajali to join five others being used by the Indian Navy. Rest...
  • Sindhuratna mishap probe: Seven Naval officers found guilty, board of inquiry demands explanation November 25, 2014

    Mumbai: Seven Naval officers on Tuesday was found guilty by the board of inquiry in the INS Sindhuratna mishap case. The board has demanded explanation from the convited officers and issued a show-cause notice to them. The seven officers are culpabale of various acts of omission and comission and a...
  • Unfazed by the danger, fishermen continue to sail in troubled waters November 24, 2014

    Sri Lanka has arrested and subsequently released hundreds of fishermen from Tamil Nadu for trespassing and illegally poaching in Lankan waters. While many have come under attack, some have even been allegedly killed in firing by the Sri Lankan Navy. CNN-IBN's Anna Isaac finds out what makes Rameswaram's fisherman venture...
  • Will make non-aggressive but strong India: Manohar Parrikar November 24, 2014

    Gurgaon: India does not believe in an aggressive posture but will build a position where people should not dare see eye to eye with it, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Sunday. He also asserted there will be "zero tolerance to error" in defence-related issues. Addressing service personnel at Air Force centre...
  • INS Vikrant lost the survival war against its own countrymen: Shiv Sena November 24, 2014

    Mumbai: Describing iconic INS Vikrant's reduction into scrap as "misfortune" of the country, the Shiv Sena on Monday said the decommissioned warship that helped India win the 1971 battle against Pakistan, lost the fight for survival against its own countrymen. "Every man in the country was against the scrapping of this...
  • Sri Lankan Navy arrests 14 Indian fishermen November 23, 2014

    Chennai: Just days after five Tamil fishermen were released from Sri Lankan prison, the island country's Navy arrested 14 Indian fishermen on Sunday for allegedly trespassing into Lankan waters. 10 fishermen were arrested from Pudukkottai and four from Rameswaram. This comes days after the Sri Lankan government made the big gesture of...
  • India's first aircraft carrier INS Vikrant fades into history November 22, 2014

    Mumbai: India's first aircraft carrier INS Vikrant, which was built for the British Royal Navy as HMS Hercules in 1943 and which saw action during the India-Pakistan war in 1971, is being finally broken up after a glorious history of 71 years. The HMS Hercules, a Majestic-class light fleet aircraft carrier,...
  • Indian fishermen released: Sri Lanka says it's a pardon but not a reduction of sentence November 19, 2014

    Sri Lanka on Wednesday released five Indian fishermen serving a death sentence in drug smuggling case. Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa pardoned the fishermen. Sri Lankan Minister Senthil Thondaman said, "PM Modi spoke to President Rajapaksa and the latter decided to pardon the five Indian fishermen facing death sentence. It...
  • Sri Lanka releases 5 Indian fishermen facing death sentence after President Rajapaksa grants pardon November 19, 2014

    Chennai: Sri Lanka on Wednesday released five Indian fishermen serving a death sentence in drug smuggling case. Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa pardoned the fishermen. The decision came a few days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to the Sri Lankan President where they agreed to transfer the fishermen to an...
  • Heard Osama bin Laden take his last breath: US Navy SEAL Robert O'Neill November 13, 2014

    Washington: Former US Navy SEAL, Robert O'Neill, who claims he killed Osama bin Laden in Pakistan has said that he heard the world's most wanted man take his last breath after he pumped three bullets into the head of the al-Qaeda chief. "I was standing above him when he took...
  • Osama Bin Laden 'died afraid': Former US Navy SEAL November 9, 2014

    Washington: Osma bin Laden "died afraid", says a former US Navy SEAL who claims he fired the fatal shot that killed the al-Qaeda chief in Pakistan in 2011. "He died afraid, and he knew we were there to kill him. And that's closure," Robert O'Neill says. His decision to go...
  • Former US Navy SEAL Robert O'Neill takes credit for killing Osama bin Laden, sparks debate November 7, 2014

    Washington: The retired Navy SEAL who says he shot al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in the forehead publicly identified himself on Thursday amid a debate among special operations brethren about whether they should break silence about their secret missions. Robert O'Neill, 38, told The Washington Post in an interview that he...
  • Torpedo recovery vessel sinks off Visakhapatnam coast, Navy orders inquiry November 7, 2014

    New Delhi: The Navy on Friday ordered a Board of Inquiry into the sinking of a Torpedo Recovery Vessel off the Visakhapatnam coast on Thursday night that left a sailor dead. In view of the incident, Navy Chief Admiral RK Dhowan, who is on a four-day visit to Seychelles till...
  • Navy's auxiliary ship sinks off Visakhapatnam November 7, 2014

    A naval auxiliary vessel on Thursday evening sunk off the Visakhapatnam coast during a naval exercise leaving one sailor dead and four others missing. 23 people have been rescued so far. The vessel was on a routine mission to recover practice torpedoes fired by fleet ships during a routine exercise,...
  • One dead, four missing after Navy auxiliary vessel sinks off Visakhapatnam harbour November 6, 2014

    Visakhapatnam: A Torpedo Recovery Vessel of Indian Navy on Thursday evening sunk off the Visakhapatnam coast during a naval exercise leaving one sailor dead and four others missing. Twenty-three people have been rescued, and a search and rescue operation launched for the missing. At the time of the incident which occurred...
  • US Navy SEAL who shot dead Osama bin Laden unmasked November 6, 2014

    Washington: A decorated ex-Navy SEAL Robert O'Neill has been unmasked as the man who pumped three shots to the head of elusive al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden during a top-secret 2011 raid on his hideout in Pakistan. O'Neill, 38, is the SEAL Team Six member who fired the three shots to...
  • INS Sudarshini sail to mark 50-years of Indo-Singapore bilateral ties November 5, 2014

    Chennai: Indian Navy's sailing ship INS Sudarshini is set to sail from Kochi to Singapore next month to mark the golden jubilee of bilateral ties between India and the island state in South-East Asia. "To mark the completion of 50 years of diplomatic ties between India and Singapore,...
  • Pakistani terrorists may carry out attack on Kolkata port in West Bengal, warn intelligence agencies November 5, 2014

    Kolkata: Kolkata is on high alert after Central intelligence agencies warned of a terror threat in the port area of the city. According to intelligence inputs, Pakistani terrorists are likely to use small boats to carry out an attack. Keeping the terror threat in mind, the police have increased security...
  • Bullet News: Catch the day's top stories November 4, 2014

    Bullet News is CNN-IBN's non-stop prime time bulletin where we bring to you the day's top stories from around the world. Be it politics, sports, entertainment or business, catch it here, only in 30 minutes. ...
  • India @ 9 with Palki S Upadhyay November 4, 2014

    Catch the day's top stories with Palki S Upadhyay on India @ 9. ...
  • News 360: Sachin Tendulkar hits out at Greg Chappell, calls him 'ringmaster' November 4, 2014

    The scars of the Greg Chappell era in Indian cricket have still not healed, 7 years after the Australian great's reign as Indian coach ended. Sachin Tendulkar's soon to be released autobiography has laid bare the bitterness of the Chapell era. In a break from his politically correct demeanor Sachin...
  • Kolkata port under terror threat, Navy submarines, warships moved November 4, 2014

    Kolkata: Kolkata is on high alert after intelligence agencies warned of a possible terror attack. The Navy has withdrawn two of its warships docked at Kolkata port. Submarines have also been moved. Intelligence reports also said terrorists might use small boats to carry out attack. A senior Kolkata police official said that...
  • Tamil Nadu fishermen announce indefinite strike, want Centre to ensure release of 5 Indians from Sri Lanka October 31, 2014

    Chennai: Tamil Nadu fishermen on Friday announced indefinite strike to protest against the Sri Lankan court's capital punishment to five Indian fishermen. The fishermen were arrested by the Lankan Navy in alleged drugs case in 2011. Fishermen want the Centre to ensure release of the five Indians. Fishermen associations said that...
  • Tamil Nadu CM urges Modi to ensure release of Indian fishermen given death penalty October 30, 2014

    Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Paneerselvam has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi urging the government to ensure the release of the five fishermen who have been sentenced to death by a Sri Lankan court for allegedly smuggling drugs. He has said that the people of Tamil Nadu have...
  • Sri Lanka court gives death to five Indian fishermen from Tamil Nadu in drug smuggling case October 30, 2014

    Chennai: Sri Lankan court on Thursday gave capital punishment to five Indian fishermen from Tamil Nadu in an alleged drugs trafficking case. The fishermen were arrested in 2011 by Sri Lankan Navy. The fishermen have been given time till November 14 to appeal at the Sri Lankan Supreme Court. The five...
  • Russia successfully test-fires new intercontinental ballistic nuclear missile Bulava October 30, 2014

    Moscow: The Russian Navy has successfully test-fired a new intercontinental ballistic missile, proving its reliability after a long and troublesome development. The Defense Ministry said that the Yuri Dolgoruky nuclear submarine test-fired a Bulava missile from an underwater position in the Barents Sea on Thursday. The missile's warheads successfully reached designated...