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Sri Lanka, India and Maldives take part in trilateral maritime exercise
ColomboPage, 19 December 2013
Officers of Sri Lanka Coast Guard along with Coast Guard officers of India and Maldives took part in the Trilateral Tabletop Exercise (TTEX) 2013 in the Eastern port city of Trincomalee. Meanwhile two Indian Coast Guard Ships 'Vishwast'...

Pakistan, Sri Lanka discuss naval cooperation
Colombu Page, 17 December 2013
Visiting Pakistani Naval Chief Admiral Mohammad Asif Sandila discussed ways to boost military cooperation with Sri Lanka, the government here said Monday.Admiral Sandila visited the Sri Lankan naval headquarters over the weekend for discussions with his...

Pakistan and Sri Lanka agree to enhance cooperation in counter terrorism and maritime security
Colombo Page, 14 December 2013
Colombo: The Naval Chief of Pakistan Admiral Mohammad Asif Sandila, who is on a three-day official visit to Sri Lanka, today visited Sri Lanka Naval Headquarters in Colombo. Commander of Sri Lankan Navy, Vice Admiral Jayanath Colombage received Admiral...

Pak Navy chief to arrive in Sri Lanka tomorrow
Business Standard, 12 December 2013
Close on the heels of a visit by the Indian Navy chief Admiral D K Joshi, Pakistan's Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Mohammad Asif Sandila will arrive in Sri Lanka tomorrow.During his four-day visit, Sandila will hold discussions on bilateral cooperation...

16 more SL fishermen arrested by India
Colombo Page, 8 December 2013
The Indian Coast Guard apprehended 16 Sri Lankans and three of their fishing boats, the coastal security agency said Saturday.In a statement, the Coast Guard said it had apprehended three Lankan fishing boats with a total crew of 16 members Dec 5, in...

Domestically overhauled warship rejoins Iranís naval fleet
Tehran Times, 30 November 2013
A domestically overhauled warship, named the Lavan, and a domestically overhauled SH3D helicopter rejoined the Iranian Navy in a ceremony held on Saturday in the southern port city of Bandar Abbas.

Two Japanese naval ships arrive at Sri Lanka port
Colombo Page, 29 November 2013
Nov 28, Colombo: Sri Lanka Navy, in accordance with naval traditions, welcomed two Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force (JMSDF) ships arrived at the Port of Colombo on Thursday. The two Japanese Defence Force ships Samidare DD-106 and Sazanami DD-113...

Indian naval ship arrives at Sri Lanka port on goodwill visit
Colombo Page, 28 November 2013
Nov 27, Colombo: An Indian naval ship arrived at Sri Lanka's Colombo Port Wednesday on a goodwill visit aimed at enhancing the mutual cooperation between the navies of Sri Lanka and India.Sri Lanka Navy in accordance with naval traditions ceremonially...

Indian Navy Chief to attend Sri Lanka maritime security forum
Colombo Page, 25 November 2013
Nov 24, Colombo: Chief of Naval Staff of the Indian Navy, Admiral Devendra Kumar Joshi is scheduled to attend Sri Lanka's maritime security conference "Galle Dialogue 2013", Sri Lanka Navy announced."Galle Dialogue 2013", the...

Five Russian naval ships arrive at Sri Lanka port
Colombo Page, 25 November 2013
Nov 24, Colombo: Sri Lanka Navy, in accordance with naval traditions, ceremonially welcomed five Russian naval ships arrived at the Port of Colombo on Sunday.The five Russian naval ships of the Pacific Fleet arrived at the Port of Colombo for replenishment...

Five Russian naval ships arrive at Sri Lanka port
Colombo Page, 24 November 2013
Nov 24, Colombo: Sri Lanka Navy, in accordance with naval traditions, ceremonially welcomed five Russian naval ships arrived at the Port of Colombo on Sunday.The five Russian naval ships of the Pacific Fleet arrived at the Port of Colombo for replenishment...

India kicks offs sub training for Vietnamese navy
Times of India, 22 November 2013
NEW DELHI: India has kicked off the training of a large number of Vietnamese sailors in the intricate art of submarine operations and underwater warfare, even as the two countries have now resolved to further expand their bilateral military ties. Both...

Naval commanders to discuss strengthening coastal security
Times of India, 20 November 2013
NEW DELHI: Meeting for the first time after the sinking of the INS Sindhurakashak, top officials of the Navy are expected to discuss ways to deal with the falling force levels of its under water fleet.  In the three-day naval commanders conference...

Indian Navy provides relief materials to Philippines
Times of India, 20 November 2013
MUMBAI: In a display of solidarity with the citizens of hurricane ravaged Philippines, Government of India on November 19 mounted a speedy joint services response coordinated by HQ Integrated Defence Staff to provide help to the beleaguered nation.The...


Hindu, 20 November 2013
Defence Minister A.K. Antony on Wednesday urged the Navy to optimally operate and maintain its “assets and hardware, as well as train its personnel suitably so that such national resources are optimally utilised and are not frittered away.”Speaking...

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