Malabar exercise

China playing victim card to justify military buildup: India as Beijing decries 'Malabar Exercise'

This was the first time that four big democratic nations — the US, Japan, Australia and India — termed as Quad got together for the exercise.

published on : 22nd November 2020

Malabar exercises over amid LAC standoff, INS Vikramaditya flexes muscle

As per the Indian navy, the exercise reflected the commitment of the participating countries to support a free, open and inclusive Indo-Pacific and a rules-based international order.

published on : 21st November 2020

Important 24th Malabar Exercise concludes

The Malabar series of exercises, which began as an annual bilateral naval exercise between India and the US in 1992, has seen increasing scope and complexity over the years.

published on : 20th November 2020

China hopes Malabar naval drills will be conducive to peace, not contrary

The first phase of the Malabar exercises is due to begin in the Bay of Bengal off Visakhapatnam coast on Tuesday and end on November 6.

published on : 3rd November 2020

Amid LAC standoff, first phase of Malabar exercise begins on Tuesday in Bay of Bengal

The exercise is taking place at a time India and China are locked in a nearly six-month-long bitter border standoff in eastern Ladakh that has significantly strained their ties.

published on : 2nd November 2020

First phase of Malabar exercise to take place from Nov 3-6 in Bay of Bengal

The Malabar exercise started in 1992 as a bilateral drill between the Indian Navy and the US Navy in the Indian Ocean.

published on : 30th October 2020

With Australia on board, first Quad power play in Malabar drill

The invitation by India to the Australian Navy for the exercise next month came two weeks after the foreign ministers of the Quad held extensive talks in Tokyo.

published on : 20th October 2020

Malabar Naval Exercise to include Australian Navy with Japan and the US

The US and Japan are the other countries that participate in the annual exercise, which is likely to take place next month in the Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea

published on : 19th October 2020