The Indian Navy presently operates 11 Kamov-28 and 17 Sea King ASW helicopters; however, only four of the former and around five of the latter are flyable.
Calling for a change in mindset, the bench said the instant case was probably the only one of its kind in the armed forces and asked the Navy to consider the transgender for some other job
The USD 10.9 billion project will have submarines capable of carrying multiple Brahmos supersonic cruise missiles.
Admiral Lanba, who also heads the powerful Chiefs of Staff Committee (COSC), will be in Mozambique till July 25.
FDN2 is India's first indigenously developed floating dock.
The fishermen were rescued by the Navy's Marine Commandos on board its ship INS Sumitra which was sent to the cyclone- battered country as part of India's assistance in relief and rescue operations.
Indian Navy ship Sumitra rescued 27 people who were found adrift at sea over 100 miles away from Bangladeshi city of Chittagong, Indian Navy Spokesperson Captain D K Sharma said.
The deal, a major boost to the 'Make in India' campaign, will be jointly executed with the Indian government's Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), and comes close on the heels of Israel's largest defence contract ever worth USD 2 billion to supply the Indian Army and Navy with missile defence systems.
China today denied any credit for the Indian Navy for rescuing a cargo ship hijacked by Somali pirates in the strategic Gulf of Aden, claiming that its naval ship equipped with a helicopter saved the 19-member crew.
Navies of India and China today rescued a merchant ship in the Gulf of Aden after it was hijacked by Somali pirates, in a well-coordinated operation which came in the midst of strain in ties between the two countries over a range of sticky issues.
State Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu today welcomed the anti-submarine warfare aircraft, which landed at INS Dega here for the last time this morning.
The government today approved procurement of a fresh batch of Barak surface-to-air missiles for Naval warships to enhance India's maritime capability in view of the changing security dynamics in the Indian Ocean region.
The Soviet-era aircraft, known as one of the most formidable airborne reconnaissance platforms around the world, were part of all major naval exercises and operations of Indian Navy since its induction in 1988.
The Indian Navy is going to decommission its oldest serving aircraft carrier in the world, the INS Viraat. The move will bring an end to the chronicles of the legendary warship that spent more than 55 years in service.
Airport Authority of India (AAI) has turned down the request of the Indian Navy to reduce frequency of flights at the Goa International Airport during the summer schedule which comes into force from April.
The company's board meeting is scheduled to be held on December 14, to consider the unaudited financial results for quarter and half year ended September 30, 2016.
Maharashtra government has received all the necessary clearances from all authorities concerned for setting up of a huge statue of Maratha warrior king Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj off Arabian Sea in Mumbai.
The Cabinet Committee on Security today gave its nod to buy 12 upgraded Dornier surveillance aircraft for Indian Navy at a cost of about Rs 2,500 crore.
The order is of Rs 75 crore for building of two 1000T oil tankers, to be delivered within 21 months from signing of contract.
Through a competitive bidding process (4 bidders from PSU and private sector participated), RDEL has been awarded the contracts for refitting of three vessels - INS Jamuna, INS Deepak and INS Savitri.
Shares of Duke Offshore has locked at 20 percent upper circuit as it has secured a contract from Indian Navy to provide 2 fast interceptor crafts (FICs), on the East Coast of India.
Kalvari, Indian Navy's first indigenous Scorpene-class stealth submarine, will hit the waters again in September for its final phase of sea trials ahead of its planned induction by the end of this year.
The data tells the submarine crew where on the boat they can speak safely to avoid detection by the enemy. It also discloses magnetic, electromagnetic and infra-red data as well as the specifications of the submarine's torpedo launch system and the combat system, it said.
The order is worth Rs 5.38 crore, an official release said here today. This will be executed by the Defence Group of Keltron.
"Duke has secured a contract to provide 10 high speed boats and been appointed as official vendor for same by ministry of defence for Indian Navy's International Feet Review," the company says in its filing to exchange.