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India set to launch its 2nd indigenously-built N-sub INS Aridhaman

INS Aridhaman can carry more missiles than Arihant and can also move faster underwater. It will also carry K-15 and K-4 ballistic missiles like INS Arihant. 
Zee News

'US should help build Indian Navy to force China back down'

A former Republican senator has suggested that the US strengthen the Indian Navy by outfitting it with nuclear weapons to send a "devastating" message to China and force it to back down from its..
Deccan Herald

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Joining INS Arihant nuclear submarine in the Indian Navy, India became country making nuclear submarine...
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We are an ally who stood by India in darkest hours: Russia

With deals over US $12 billion in kitty this month, including leasing of a second nuclear submarine, Russia hopes to bag more projects as it termed itself as not just a business partner but an "ally"..
DNA Also reported by •Deccan Herald

In Pics: Know all about INS Arihant, India's first indigenous nuclear submarine

New Delhi, Oct 19: INS Arihant, India's first indigenous nuclear submarine on Tuesday was inducted in Indian navy, though Defence Ministry has maintained silence over the same. Navy and Defence..

INS Arihant inducted quietly; Navy, Defence Ministry stay mum

New Delhi, Oct 19: The Indian Navy and the Defence Ministry on Tuesday maintained silence on induction of its first nuclear submarine INS Arihant in the force, even as sources indicated the vessel has..
Oneindia Also reported by •Zee News

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India joins Nuclear Triad club with INS Arihant

With this new induction, the country has the capability to launch nukes from land, air and sea.
Rediff.com Also reported by •DNA

Making of the desi nuclear submarine

With the INS Arihant being quietly commissioned into service in August this year, India is finally close to operationalizing its long-awaited nuclear weapons triad — the capability to launch nukes..

INS Arihant ‘quietly’ commissioned into service: Is India sending out a subtle message?

India's first indigenously-constructed nuclear submarine INS Arihant was quietly commissioned into service in August and it has been operational since then. The post INS Arihant ‘quietly’..

INS Arihant, India's first nuclear submarine, ready for operations

With this India joins the select group of countries which have a nuclear triad -- capable of delivering nuclear weapons by aircraft, ballistic missiles and submarine launched missiles.

India inducts INS Arihant into service, completes its nuclear triad

INS Arihant gives second-strike capability to India, which has a clearly declared policy of "no first-use" of nuclear weapons.
Zee News

India set to complete N-triad with Arihant commissioning

India is finally close to operationalising its long-awaited nuclear weapons triad — the capability to launch nukes from land, air and sea, with the commissioning of INS Arihant. Sources said nuclear..

Sunil Lanba to be next Navy chief

*Vice Admiral Sunil Lanba on Thursday has been appointed as the next Navy chief, who would take over from Admiral R K Dhowan on May 31.* Currently the commander-in-chief of the Western Naval Command..
Deccan Herald

INS Arihant undergoing sea acceptance trails: Top official

Country's first armed nuclear submarine, INS Arihant, is currently undergoing sea acceptance trails, a senior Naval official said on Sunday.
Zee News Also reported by •DNAIndiaTimes

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