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South Korea and the United States have launched a joint naval exercise off the east coast of the Korean Peninsula to test the combat readiness of the two allies.

">U.S., S.Korea Begin Naval Exercises

Chosun ilbo, 5 February 2013
South Korea and the United States have launched a joint naval exercise off the east coast of the Korean Peninsula to test the combat readiness of the two allies.

Twelve fishermen were injured on Tuesday when they were attacked allegedly by Sri Lankan naval personnel for fishing in Sri Lankan territorial waters, Fisheries department officials said.

">12 fishermen injured in Sri Lankan Navy attack

Hindu, 22 January 2013
Twelve fishermen were injured on Tuesday when they were attacked allegedly by Sri Lankan naval personnel for fishing in Sri Lankan territorial waters, Fisheries department officials said.

BEIJING, Nov. 27 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Defense Minister Liang Guanglie met here Tuesday with visiting U.S. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus, calling for deeper mutual trust between the two militaries.

">Chinese defense minister meets U.S. Secretary of Navy

People Daily, 27 November 2012
BEIJING, Nov. 27 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Defense Minister Liang Guanglie met here Tuesday with visiting U.S. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus, calling for deeper mutual trust between the two militaries.

India will shortly induct K-15 missiles armed with nuclear warheads into INS Arihant, the indigenously built nuclear-powered submarine.

">India to integrate K-15 missiles into nuclear submarine soon

Hindu, 20 November 2012
India will shortly induct K-15 missiles armed with nuclear warheads into INS Arihant, the indigenously built nuclear-powered submarine.

NEW DELHI: If an Indian submarine gets "disabled'' deep underwater, the sailors are sunk since the country has only rudimentary submarine rescue facilities. Now, in a unique and complex endeavour, Indian and US Navies have come together to practice the rescue of "trapped'' submariners from deep under the sea. 

">Indian, US Navies to undertake submarine rescue operations deep underwater

Times of India, 22 October 2012
NEW DELHI: If an Indian submarine gets "disabled'' deep underwater, the sailors are sunk since the country has only rudimentary submarine rescue facilities. Now, in a unique and complex endeavour, Indian and US Navies have come together...

Uttarakhand Governor Aziz Qureshi today showered praise on the Indian Navy for its spirit of valour and sacrifice especially during the wars with China and Pakistan.

">Navy showed true spirit in conflicts with China, Pak: Qureshi

Indian Express, 11 October 2012
Uttarakhand Governor Aziz Qureshi today showered praise on the Indian Navy for its spirit of valour and sacrifice especially during the wars with China and Pakistan.

KARACHI: In a bid to assess the air defence capabilities during the ongoing annual Pakistan Navy Maritime Exercise Seaspark 12, officials on Saturday fired a combination of the surface-to-air missiles 
(SAMs).

">Navy tests surface-to-air missiles

The News, 30 September 2012
KARACHI: In a bid to assess the air defence capabilities during the ongoing annual Pakistan Navy Maritime Exercise Seaspark 12, officials on Saturday fired a combination of the surface-to-air missiles  (SAMs).

SHANWEI, Guangdong, May 25 (Xinhua) -- China and Thailand concluded joint military training for the two countries' naval marine corps on Friday.
">China, Thailand conclude joint naval marine corps training

People Daily, 29 May 2012
SHANWEI, Guangdong, May 25 (Xinhua) -- China and Thailand concluded joint military training for the two countries' naval marine corps on Friday.

CHENNAI: The 15th edition of Exercise Malabar, the annual military exercise between the navies of India and the United States in the Bay of Bengal, will commence from April 7.
">Indo-US naval Malabar exercise to start from April 7

Times of India, 5 April 2012
CHENNAI: The 15th edition of Exercise Malabar, the annual military exercise between the navies of India and the United States in the Bay of Bengal, will commence from April 7.

India on Wednesday inducted the Russian-origin nuclear-powered submarine Nerpa into the Navy, joining the elite league of nations having such sophisticated warships.
">Nuclear submarine Nerpa inducted into Navy

Hindu, 4 April 2012
India on Wednesday inducted the Russian-origin nuclear-powered submarine Nerpa into the Navy, joining the elite league of nations having such sophisticated warships.

Jan 30, Colombo: Sri Lanka will be one of the 14 countries to participate in a multilateral naval exercise conducted by India every other year to strengthen the cooperation among the region's navies.
">Sri Lanka to participate in Indian naval exercise

Colombo Page, 31 January 2012
Jan 30, Colombo: Sri Lanka will be one of the 14 countries to participate in a multilateral naval exercise conducted by India every other year to strengthen the cooperation among the region's navies.

China on Monday said its naval fleet would only seek supplies or recuperate in the Seychelles during anti-piracy operations, denying reports that Beijing might break with its long-standing policy by setting up a military base overseas with a presence in the Indian Ocean archipelago.
">Ships may dock but no Indian Ocean military base, says China

Hindu, 12 December 2011
China on Monday said its naval fleet would only seek supplies or recuperate in the Seychelles during anti-piracy operations, denying reports that Beijing might break with its long-standing policy by setting up a military base overseas with a presence...

BEIJING, Nov. 23 (Xinhua) -- The People's Liberation Army (PLA) naval fleet will go for routine training in the western Pacific in late November, according to a written statement issued by China's Ministry of National Defense.
">PLA naval fleet to go for exercise in western Pacific

People's Daily, 24 November 2011
BEIJING, Nov. 23 (Xinhua) -- The People's Liberation Army (PLA) naval fleet will go for routine training in the western Pacific in late November, according to a written statement issued by China's Ministry of National Defense.

RAWALPINDI: India’s submarine fleet is dying of old age, and new boats are not going to arrive in time as it believes it needs at least 18 non-nuclear subs in service to deal with Pakistan and China.
">India needs 18 submarines to deal with Pakistan, China

The News, 12 November 2011
RAWALPINDI: India’s submarine fleet is dying of old age, and new boats are not going to arrive in time as it believes it needs at least 18 non-nuclear subs in service to deal with Pakistan and China.

NEW DELHI: As fresh cases of alleged violence against Indian fishermen come to light, India and Sri Lanka have started to contemplate joint patrolling along the international maritime boundary between the two nations to prevent any such incident. Sources said that the proposal for joint patrolling by Indian and Sri Lankan navies will be discussed at length during the next meeting of the joint working group on fisheries which is expected to be held soon.
">Indian, Lankan navies plan maritime boundary patrolling to prevent attacks on fishermen

Times of India, 14 October 2011
NEW DELHI: As fresh cases of alleged violence against Indian fishermen come to light, India and Sri Lanka have started to contemplate joint patrolling along the international maritime boundary between the two nations to prevent any such incident....

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