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Indian Navy keen on developing Tuticorin Port as a Naval Base
Defence News, 9 December 2014
Indian Navy is planning to further develop the port capabilities of Tuticorin in Tamil Nadu to be able to make it as one of its forward operating base, a senior naval official has said.

HMAS Canberra a national asset
ABC News, 28 November 2014
Today's commissioning of HMAS Canberra marks a milestone for the Royal Australian Navy, but the taxpayer can get more from this ship than just what the ADF needs. Anthony Bergin writes.

U.S. Navy strategy for long warship deployment starts in Asia
Defence News, 14 November 2014
An upcoming 16-month deployment of the USS Fort Worth, a new coastal warship built by Lockheed Martin Corp, kicks off a new strategy by the U.S. Navy that it says will save money and help maintain a presence overseas despite tighter budgets.

Indo-Israeli LR-SAM Crucial for Defence of Indian Naval ships
Defence News, 14 November 2014
NEW DELHI: There is finally some hope for frontline Indian warships being commissioned without an adequate "area defence weapon" to guard against enemy aircraft, drones, missiles and helicopters. 

Taiwan Calls for Calm Over Territorial Disputes
Defence News, 22 October 2014
TAIPEI — Taiwan serves as a “pivot point” from a geostrategic perspective and a cornerstone for Asia-Pacific regional stability, Taiwan’s Navy chief warned last week.

India cancels LAHAT installation on Arjun Mk II
IHS Jane's Defence, 13 October 2014
The Indian Army recently rejected an Israeli missile that was to have been fitted onto the indigenously designed Arjun Mk II main battle tank (MBT), further delaying the upgraded platform's induction into service.

US, India teaming up to secure seas, combat terrorism
Defence News, 13 October 2014
WASHINGTON/NEW DELHI -- U.S. President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi agreed at a White House summit Tuesday to strengthen security ties in light of an increasingly assertive China and rising terrorist threats.

Vietnam to US: Sell us some weapons, please
CNBC, 8 October 2014
Where American soldiers once fought a seemingly intractable guerrilla war, American-made weapons may find a new home.

Admiral Zakaullah takes charge as new navy chief
The Express Tribune, 8 October 2014
In a ceremony at Pakistan Naval Headquarters in Islamabad today, the outgoing naval chief handed over the command of Pakistan Navy to the new chief.

Chinese navy returns from 2014 RIMPAC drill
Chinadaily, 3 September 2014
Chinese navy ships have returned to port following participation in a series of international naval exercises organized by the US navy.

Australia leans toward buying Japan subs to upgrade fleet
The Asahi Shimbun, 1 September 2014
Japan and Australia are leaning toward a multibillion-dollar sale by Tokyo of a fleet of stealth submarines to Canberra's military in a move that could rile an increasingly assertive China, people familiar with the talks said.

China continues Diaoyu Islands patrol
Chinadaily, 1 September 2014
Vessels of the China Coast Guard (CCG) conducted a patrol mission in China's territorial waters surrounding the Diaoyu Islands on Monday, according to a statement by State Oceanic Administration.

SK Chief's Daughter Accepted at Navy Academy
The Chosun Ilbo, 1 September 2014
Chey Min-jung, the daughter of disgraced SK Group chairman Chey Tae-won, has passed the entrance exam for Navy officer candidates. She will enroll on Sept. 15. 

EDITORIAL: Time for Abe to clarify his views about World War II, war criminals
The Asahi Shimbun, 29 August 2014
In April, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe sent a written message of mourning to an annual Buddhist memorial service to honor Japanese World War II soldiers who were executed after the war as Class-A, Class-B and Class-C war criminals.

N.Korea 'Developing Missile Submarine'
The Chosun Ilbo, 28 August 2014
A rightwing U.S. webzine on Tuesday claimed North Korea is developing a submarine capable of launching ballistic missiles. 

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