India to display key military assets on Republic Day; contingent of Bangladesh excited to march down Rajpath
The leader of the 122-member contingent on Saturday thanked India for the gesture and said, the "enduring relationship" between the two countries is growing day by day.
The Indian Navy has dedicated its Republic Day tableau this year to highlight the defining moments of naval operations during the 1971 Indo-Pak war.
The parade was reviewed by Naval Ship Repair Yard Admiral Superintendent Rear Admiral Deepak Bansal.
The forward part of the tableau will display attack on Karachi harbour while rear section would illustrate the aircraft carrier INS Vikrant conducting flying operations.
By this metric, even with a lower single platform cost, an SSK fleet would cost 1.3 to 3.5 times more than an SSN fleet, to maintain the same on-station capability,” the IDSA report stated.
The numbers are daunting — 4,431 km, 56 days, 11 States, and 91 cities. And rightly so, because it is no mean feat to enter the Guinness Book of World Records.
The second edition of exercise 'Sea Vigil', which concluded on Wednesday evening, particularly focused on the efficacy of the measures initiated to plug gaps in the coastal security set up.
The LCU ships, equipped with state-of-the-art technology, were developed in-house with 90 per cent of its parts indigenously manufactured.
A senior Navy officer told The New Indian Express that finance is the biggest challenge for any state and more so when there are increasing commitment and decreasing budget.
According to an official statement, this mission of INS Kiltan is part of India's HADR assistance to Vietnam during the ongoing pandemic.
As many as 101 Mlas and an MP witnessed the magnificent maritime operations of indian navy off Paradip coast on Tuesday.
Rajnath Singh also gave away awards to Defence Research and Development Organisation scientists for outstanding contributions in various categories during the function.
The virtual meeting took place in the midst of growing global concern over China's expansionist behaviour in the Indo-Pacific region.
His wife, Nayaab Randhawa, received the Tricolour and her husband’s uniform from the Commanding Officer of the squadron.
The number of the SMASH 2000 systems being procured by the Indian Navy is not immediately known.