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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.

As Suez Canal blockage ends, fear of legal action clouds over the Indian crew of #EverGiven

The Indian Crew onboard Ever Given ship may face legal action by the Suez Canal authorities, says a TOI report.

Stranded ship ‘Ever Given’ that blocked Suez Canal refloated: Reports

The 400-metre (430-yard) long Ever Given was successfully re-floated at 4.30 am local time (0230 GMT) and was being secured, Inchcape, a global provider of marine services, said on Twitter.

Egypt: Suez Canal blocked after a large container ship from China ran aground

The ship was on its way from China to Rotterdam, Netherlands, when it ran aground in the Suez Canal after being reportedly hit by a strong "gust of wind"

10 months after lockdown started, Lakshadweep reports the first coronavirus case. Details

The first Covid-19 case in Lakshadweep was reported just a few days after the UT revised its Standard Operating Procedures

‘The girl in red bikini’: How a teenage girl jumped off a cruise liner to escape the Soviet Union in 1979 and find a...

Ukrainian woman Liliana Gasinskaya was known as 'Red Bikini Girl' for jumping off a ship in a red bikini to enter Australia in 1979

Indian crew on two ships stuck for months at Chinese ports as China does not allow them to unload cargo

China has allowed the ships of other countries to unload at its port but has kept the Indian vessels waiting.

Defence Minister Rajnath warns about non-traditional threats in the sea, commissions three new coast guard vessels

Defence minister Rajnath Singh said that all the agencies related to maritime security must work mutual coordination.

Bangladesh refuses to accept Rohingya Muslims stranded at the sea, Foreign Minister says not a single Rohingya will be allowed to enter

Bangladesh Foreign minister said that they have no room to shelter any foreign people or Rohingya refugees

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