Indian Navy ships bring 3,992 Indians stranded abroad

As part of Indian Navy’s Operation Samudra Setu, the Indian Navy ships have brought back a total of 3,992 Indian nationals stranded overseas. Read More

Mission Sagar INS Kesari back in Kochi

Indian Naval Ship Kesari arrived at Kochi on Sunday after 55 days of deployment to the Southern Indian Ocean region as part of ‘Mission Sagar’. Read More

Southern Naval Command gets new command medical officer

Surgeon Rear Admiral Arti Sarin has assumed charge as Southern Naval Command Medical Officer, on promotion to the rank of Surgeon Rear Admiral. Read More

INS Airavat leaves Male port for Tuticorin with 198 Indians

Indian Navy’s amphibious vessel INS Airavat on Sunday left Male port in Maldives to Tuticorin in Tamil Nadu with 198 Indians. Read More

Vice Admiral Biswajit Dasgupta takes charge of Eastern Naval Command

Vice Admiral Biswajit Dasgupta on Friday assumed the charge as Chief of Staff of Eastern Naval Command (ENC). Read More

INS Shardul repatriate 233 stranded Indians from Iran

As part of Operation Samudra Setu initiative, Indian Naval Ship Shardul on Thursday brought back 233 stranded Indians from from Bandar Abbas in Iran to Porbandar port in Gujarat. Read More

INS Shardul commences repatriation of Indians from Iran

As part of Indian Navy’s Operation Samudra Setu programme, Indian Naval Ship Shardul on Monday commenced repatriation of Indian nationals at port of Bandar Abbas in Iran to Porbandar in Gujarat. Read More

INS Jalashwa arrives Tuticorin with 700 Indians from Maldives

INS Jalashwa, deployed by the Indian Navy for “Operation Samudra Setu", entered Tuticorin harbour with 700 Indian nationals evacuated from Male, Maldvies on Sunday. Read More

INS Kesari delivers second consignment of medical supplies to Seychelles

As part of Mission SAGAR initiative, Indian Navy Ship Kesari on Sunday reached Port Victoria in Seychelles and delivered a second consignment of essential medical supplies amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Indian Navy said. Read More

INS Jalashwa reaches Colombo to repatriate 700 Indians

Indian Navy ship INS Jalashwa on Monday reached Colombo port in Sri Lanka to repatriate 700 Indian nationals stranded in the country due to coronavirus lockdown. Read More


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