Assam: Ferry sinks in Brahmaputra River after colliding with another boat near Majuli, more than 50 feared missing
The passenger boat was moving from Nimati Ghat near Jorhat to Kamalabari in Majuli, where it collided with a goods carrier vessel and sank soon after
Larsen and Toubro wins British Royal Navy design contract to develop bid for building Fleet Solid Support ships
Larsen and Toubro wins Competitive Procurement Phase (CPP) design contracts worth around £5 million for designing FSS ships of Royal Navy
Indian Navy issues fresh Request for Information for procurement of 4 Landing Platform Docks from Indian shipbuilders. Read details
After scrapping the tender process last year, the Navy has issued the fresh RFI for the procurement of four Landing Platform Docks
INS Vikrant reincarnated: India’s first indigenously built aircraft carrier begins sea trials. Details
Reincarnated INS Vikrant, India's first indigenously built aircraft carrier began sea trials today.
‘Human waste dumped from Chinese ships in South China sea visible from space’: Why experts think China is causing catastrophic damage to Coral Reef
Experts believe that the poop accumulation in South China Sea is so intense that it can see it from space
Ever Given: Ship that blocked Suez Canal has since been held by Canal authorities, they wanted 916 million dollars
After demanding 916 USD initially, the canal authorities had later lowered the demand amount to 550 million. A final settlement is expected to be reached soon.
The entire crew was able to disembark safely, however, the firefighting efforts went on for 20 hours before the ship finally sank in the Gulf of Oman.
Supply vessel stranded amidst Cyclone Tauktae in the Arabian Sea, 9-member crew await Navy’s rescue chopper
Vessel Coromondel Supporter IX lost control on May 15 and has been stuck in rocks off Karnataka coast. The crew is waiting for rescue.
US Navy dismisses first-ever woman commander of missile destroyer USS Hopper, cites ‘leadership issues’
Commander Kathryn Dawley took command of the USS Hopper in April 2020 and was the first-ever woman to do so. According to the Pacific Fleet, her removal from command was “due to a loss of confidence in her leadership.”
US Navy boasts that it broke Indian maritime rules, conducts FONOP off Lakshadweep Islands inside India’s EEZ
The US Navy has boasted that they had carried out Freedom of Navigation operations 130 nautical miles off Lakshadweep, inside India's EEZ.
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