Navika Sagar Parikrama is a project wherein a team of women officers of the Indian Navy would circumnavigate the globe on an Indian-built sail boat INSV Tarini.
The second international programme for naval officers from friendly foreign countries launched by the Indian Navy’s War College at Goa, was inaugurated at Goa University.
The Indian Government has taken the following steps as part of various preventive/mitigating security measures.
On 16 May 17, at about 1645 hrs, INS Sharda received a distress call from MV Lord Mountbatten in position 230 nm South-West of Salalah.
INS Tillanchang, a WJFAC was commissioned into the Indian Navy by Vice Admiral, the Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief Western Naval Command, at Karwar on 9th March.
INS Tillanchang, a WJFAC was commissioned into the Indian Navy by Vice Admiral, the Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief Western Naval Command, at Karwar today.
Indian navy’s frigate INS Betwa was restored to an upright position recently after it capsized in a dry dock in December last year.
INS Betwa, a P-16A Class frigate has been made upright by the unstinted efforts put in by the Naval Dockyard, Mumbai and the salvage firm M/s Resolve Marine.
The Indian Navy’s second ocean going sailboat Tarini will be inducted at a ceremony scheduled to be held at the INS Mandovi Boat Pool on evening of 18 February 2017.