India Interested To Supply Philippine Navy’s Modernization Needs

India Interested To Supply Philippine Navy’s Modernization Needs

Indian defense industries are looking into supplying needs of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) through the modernization program which is entering its second horizon next year.

According to National Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana, India is interested most in supplying Philippine Navy’s modernization needs. In 2018, the Philippine N

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4 Shipyards In Battle For 6 Hi-Speed Landing Craft

4 Shipyards In Battle For 6 Hi-Speed Landing Craft

The Navy wants the HSLC to transport tanks, armoured vehicles, equipment and cargo of at least 65 tonnes, plus a minimum of 180 troops, from ship to shore

Pushing towards developing the Indian Navy’s amphibious warfare capabilities, four major local shipyards are in a race to construct six high speed landing craft (HSLC) that will strengthen the c

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First Scorpene Submarine To Be Commissioned Soon

First Scorpene Submarine To Be Commissioned Soon
First Scorpene Submarine To Be Commissioned Soon

Indigenous submarine production schedule goes for a toss

by Amrita Nair-Ghaswalla

Cancellations and delays have bogged the Indian Navy’s plans to induct the Scorpene class submarine, a critical asset for the forces. Though the first Scorpene submarine Kalvari was delivered in September to the Indian Navy at the Mazagon Dock shipyard, its c

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What Is INS Kiltan?

What Is INS Kiltan?
What Is INS Kiltan?

INS Kiltan commissioning: INS Kiltan is the latest indigenous warship after Shivalik & Kolkata Class and sister ships INS Kamorta and INS Kadmatt to have joined the Indian Navy’s arsenal

INS Kiltan is India's first major warship to have a superstructure of carbon fibre composite material resulting in improved stealth features, lower top weight

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Why India’s Ship-Repair Facilities Are All At Sea

Why India’s Ship-Repair Facilities Are All At Sea
Why India’s Ship-Repair Facilities Are All At Sea

A worker dismantles a decommissioned ship at the Alang shipyard

by Amrita Nair-Ghaswalla

Shipyards in India have lost out again to repair two US Navy warships that recently met with fatal accidents. Even as some leading private shipyards and defence PSU shipyards have been entrusted in the past with repair activities of foreign ships, India’s s

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