Where is India’s Navy Chief? Indians busy in Politics, Forget Nation’s Security!!!

About a month ago Chief of Naval Staff (CNS) Admiral D.K. Joshi resigned on moral grounds for the tragedies involving warships and submarines in the sea. Still Indian Navy is headless. Last time similar situation happened in 1998 under NDA ruling when the then CNS Admiral Bhagwat was sacked from his post. But at that time the position was not vacant for a day. Admiral Sushil Kumar was made Admiral Bhagwat successor overnight.  But why today the post is still vacant even after around for month? Do the ruling and…

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Agni V India First Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) Launched

Agni II, III and V Missile Range

Agni V (ICBM) Launched from Wheeler Island on Thu, April 19, 2012 India had successfully launched Agni V, a new nuclear-capable missile from Wheeler Island off the coast of Odisha. India’s Agni-V missile has a range of 5000 kilometers and was successfully test fired at Wheeler Island on Thursday, April 19, 2012. Agni V is India’s first Inter Continental Ballistic Missile or Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) and has a longer striking range that could strike main cities of China like Beijing and Shanghai. Ranges of Missiles Agni II, III and V:…

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The 10th Annual Day Celebration Of The Indian Navy And Us Navy

The Indian and US naval force is celebrating the 10th annual day exercise, in the Bay of Bengal. The program organizes with missiles, destroyer, submarine and guided-missile cruiser. The 7th fleet of US is announcing currently. The countries like India and United States share common interests and maritime traditions. The naval army is their natural partner. They look forward to strengthen their bonds. It also makes the personal relationships to get stronger. The 7th fleet says that the Malabar 12 is the latest in pursuing the series of programs to…

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