The all-women crew used an indigenously built INSV Tarini, a 55-foot sailing vessel. The vessel also encountered rough seas, high stormy conditions and severely cold temperatures making the expedition an extremely challenging one.
An all-woman crew commanding the INSV Tarini returned to Goa on May 21 after successfully circumnavigating the globe in more than eight months, the first-ever Indian expedition steered by women sailors.
New Delhi, Sep 30: Post Uri attack, India is set to hold a major naval exercise in the Arabian Sea near Pakistan's coastline to show its strength. The naval show is named as Defence of Gujarat Exercise (DGX).
Around three dozen warships, submarines as well as Indian Air Force aircraft is said to take part in this show of strength in Arabian sea. The sea is the Pakistan’s main sea trading route. "A show of naval strength in this area can be a crucial part of India’s message to Pakistan" told the Intelligence and Defence officials.
Sydney: French defence contractor DCNS has been hit by a massive leak of secret data on the combat capability of the Scorpene-class submarine that it has designed for the Indian Navy, The Australian newspaper reported on Wednesday...
Reliance Defence to build warships in India
Four Navy warships are set to be built in India by Anil Ambani’s Reliance Defence in a joint venture with the Russian United Shipbuilding Company. If an agreement likely to be signed between the two companies comes into effect, then four warships will be built at a cost of nearly Rs 30,000 crore.