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Mazagon Dock Ltd delivered 1st scorpion class submarines to Indian Navy

The state-owned Mazagon Dock Limited in Mumbai delivered the first of six scorpion class submarines to the Indian Navy yesterday.The submarine, INS Kalvari will be commissioned soon.
All India Radio

Kalvari boost to India's naval prowess

In a boost to India's maritime firepower, Kalvari, the first of the six Scorpene-class submarines, was on Thursday handed over to the Indian Navy by shipbuilder Mazgaon Dock limited, paving way for its..

India`s first indigenously built Scorpene submarine `INS Kalvari` delivered to Navy, to be commissioned soon

In a historic moment, the first Scorpene submarine Kalvari was delivered to the Indian Navy at the Mazagon Dock Ltd shipyard, paving way for it to be commissioned soon.
Zee News Also reported by •IndiaTimes

Navy to induct world`s stealthiest submarine amid tensions with China

The INS Kalvari, a Scorpene class attack submarine and named after a deep-sea tiger shark, is expected to significantly boost the Navy's underwater prowess.  
Zee News

MoD sought responses from global giants to construct diesel-electric submarine

The Defence Ministry has issued the much-awaited "request for information" to six international arms majors to construct six conventional diesel-electric submarines under the Project-75I in an Indian..
Deccan Herald

Second Scorpene-class submarine ready for sea trials: Jaitley

second scorpene-class submarine ready for sea trials: jaitley
Defence Minister Arun Jaitley has said that the second Scorpene-class submarine is ready for surface sea trials. The first Scorpene-class submarine INS Kalvari has already undergone various trials and..
All India Radio

India aims to induct two new conventional submarines this year

The Navy aims to induct two new diesel-electric submarines within this year, in a much-needed boost to its depleting underwater combat arm after a long gap of over 17 years. While the INS Kalvari is..

Navy to induct two submarines

*After years of operating with sub-optimal strength, the submarine arm of the Indian Navy is set to induct two brand new submarines in the next 12 months, while starting the trial for the third..
Deccan Herald

Absconding UP gangster held in Muzaffarnagar

absconding up gangster held in muzaffarnagar
*Muzaffarnagar:* An absconding gangster, carrying a cash reward of Rs 12,000 on his head, was arrested after ten years from Datyana village, police said on Thursday. Sahender, who was carrying cash..

2nd Scorpene class submarine Khanderi launched

*Khanderi, the second Scorpene class submarine that has superior stealth and the ability to launch a crippling attack with torpedoes as well as tube-launched anti-ship missiles whilst underwater or on..
Deccan Herald

Second Kalvari class submarine Khanderi to be launched on Jan 12

*Khanderi, the second Kalvari class submarine, will be launched at the Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited (MDL) here on January 12. * Union Minister of State for Defence Subhash Bhamre will preside..
Deccan Herald

Scorpene data leak: Preliminary investigation reveals leak happened in DCNS office in France, says Navy chief

The Indian Navy has constituted a high-level committee to look into the Scorpene data leak, Navy Chief Sunil Lanba said on Saturday. Admiral Lanba was attending the launch of the guided missile..

Scorpene: Court restrains newspaper from publishing data

*New Delhi:* French company DCNS has obtained a court order restricting 'The Australian' newspaper from further publishing the leaked documents on India's Scorpene submarine project. The restriction..

Scorpene leak: DCNS seeks injunction to prevent further publication of data

scorpene leak: dcns seeks injunction to prevent further publication of data
*Melbourne:* In a bid to prevent further publication of the information regarding the leaked documents pertaining to Indian Navy's six Scorpene submarines, French shipbuilder DCNS has threatened to..

'No delay in Scorpene programme, India capable of making changes'

By Anjali Ojha, New Delhi, Aug 28 : As the Indian Navy investigates the leaked documents pertaining to its six Scorpene submarines, top officers say they do not expect the project to be delayed and..

'Scorpene leak: data does not include details of weapon system'

* The leaked data on Scorpene submarines does not contain any information on the boat's weapon system as details of those contracts are not available with DCNS—the French firm, which is at the..
Deccan Herald

Scorpene submarine data leak: What the new set of documents reveal

The Australian on Thursday uploaded a new set of documents on the Indian Navy Scorpene Submarine on its website, with detailed description of its underwater warfare system. This is the second set of..

INS Kalvari to hit waters for final trial in Sept

INS Kalvari, Indian Navy’s first indigenous Scorpene-class stealth submarine, will commence on its final phase of trials in September. The 66-metre-long INS Kalvari is part of an $3.5 billion..
IndiaTimes Also reported by •Deccan Herald

Leak ahead of first submarine induction

*The leakage of thousands of pages of classified documents on India's Scorpene submarines comes months before the induction of the first of these submarines, INS Kalvari.* The underwater platform..
Deccan Herald

DRDO gets nod to make torpedoes for Indian submarines

*The DRDO has come up with indigenous torpedoes that could be used both in Russian-origin EKM and French Scorpene submarines, operated by the Indian Navy.* The Navy is looking at the possibility of..
Deccan Herald

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