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  • Dramatic Navy Rescue After Distress Signals From Ship Off Mumbai

    Dramatic Navy Rescue After Distress Signals From Ship Off Mumbai

    Indian Navy today deployed a helicopter for assistance after a merchant vessel with 20 persons onboard listed off the Vasai coast in neighbouring Palghar district.

  • Nearly Rs 1.5 Crore For PM Modi's 'Name-Striped' Suit. Auction Ends Today

    Nearly Rs 1.5 Crore For PM Modi's 'Name-Striped' Suit. Auction Ends Today

    The bidding price for the country's most famous suit has shot up to nearly Rs 1.5 crore. A diamond merchant, Mukesh Patel, has outbid everyone so far in the race to own Prime Minister Narendra Modi's navy suit with his name woven into it in pin-stripes.

  • 2 Albanian Deamen dead in Greek Ferry Rescue

    2 Albanian Deamen dead in Greek Ferry Rescue

    Two Albanian seamen who took part in the rescue operation for the Norman Atlantic ferry have died from injuries incurred in an accident, the Italian navy said today.

  • Naval Ship INS Kora Suffers Minor Damage After Merchant Vessel Scrapes it

    Naval Ship INS Kora Suffers Minor Damage After Merchant Vessel Scrapes it

    Indian Navy's ship INS Kora suffered minor damage today after it was scraped by a merchant vessel near Visakhapatnam, the Navy confirmed.

  • Sailor held for allegedly sending obscene SMSes to woman

    Sailor held for allegedly sending obscene SMSes to woman

    A 33-year-old sailor was arrested for allegedly sending obscene SMSes and making undesired phone calls to the wife of a man working with Merchant Navy in Visakhapatnam, police said today.

  • Felt helpless when I got to know of my son's death: Captain Sunil James

    Felt helpless when I got to know of my son's death: Captain Sunil James

    Merchant navy captain Sunil James who returned to Mumbai yesterday after being released from a jail in Togo in western Africa after five months says he felt "helpless" when he was informed of his 11-month-old son Vivaan's death.

  • Captain Sunil James, freed from Togo jail after five months, is finally home for baby son's last rites

    Captain Sunil James, freed from Togo jail after five months, is finally home for baby son's last rites

    Sunil James, a Merchant Navy Captain who was released yesterday from a jail in Togo, western Africa, has reached Mumbai. Thanking the Indian community in Togo and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for support and help, he said whatever had happened was "in the past."

  • Captain Sunil James, freed from Togo jail after five months, arrives in India for baby son's last rites

    Captain Sunil James, freed from Togo jail after five months, arrives in India for baby son's last rites

    Sunil James, a Merchant Navy Captain who was released yesterday from a jail in Togo, western Africa, has reached Mumbai. His family has been waiting for him to perform the last rites of his baby son Vivaan, who died on December 2.

  • Indian sailor Captain Sunil James released from Togo jail: Foreign Ministry

    Indian sailor Captain Sunil James released from Togo jail: Foreign Ministry

    Sunil James, a Merchant Navy Captain who was in jail in Togo, western Africa, for the last five months was released today, the ministry for external affairs said. He is expected to be in India latest by tomorrow.

  • Peace marches across India for Captain Sunil James' release from Togo jail

    Peace marches across India for Captain Sunil James' release from Togo jail

    Family, friends and well-wishers of Captain Sunil James held peace marches in Mumbai, Jaipur, Chandigarh and Kolkata on Saturday.

  • Punjab government asks Centre to secure release of Indian crew detained in Iran

    Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal has urged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to make use of all diplomatic channels for securing the release of the 35 Indian crew members of the vessel 'MV Desh Shanti' who have been in the custody of Iranian authorities since August 12.

  • Six fishermen missing after trawler hits ship off Goa

    Six fishermen are missing after a trawler reportedly collided with a merchant ship on the deep seas off the coast of Canacona sub-district, in south Goa, police said Thursday.

  • US Navy nuclear submarine collides with ship in Persian Gulf

    A US nuclear submarine collided with a merchant ship while operating in the Persian Gulf, the US Fifth Fleet said in a statement.

  • Indian fishermen killed: Italy to go to High Court against arrests

    Indian fishermen killed: Italy to go to High Court against arrests

    Italy has strongly criticised the arrest of two of its navy personnel, who allegedly shot dead two Indian fishermen off the Kerala coast last Wednesday. The marines have been sent to police custody till February 23. They will then be remanded to judicial custody for the next 11 days till March 5. The order was pronounced by a magistrate in Kollam d...

  • Lawyer held for running job racket

    Lawyer held for running job racket

    A 29-year-old woman, enrolled as an advocate with Tamil Nadu Bar Council, was arrested for duping four merchant navy employees from Saket on Tuesday. The accused, identified as Tanuja, was involved in an international job racket along with her associate Vijaypal (30). They operated through the Internet.

  • Pavit incident was an aberration, says Navy chief

    Pavit incident was an aberration, says Navy chief

    The drifting of merchant ship MT Pavit into Indian waters undetected was an "aberration," said Navy chief Admiral Nirmal Verma on Saturday. He added that some lessons have been drawn from the incident.

  • 30 people rescued from sinking ship near Mumbai

    30 people rescued from sinking ship near Mumbai

    Helicopters and special ships were rushed to help 30 people who worked on a commercial ship that began sinking near Mumbai this morning. The Navy rushed to help after a merchant vessel Rak Carrier said it was being flooded.

  • Navy foils pirates' attack on merchant ship near Lakshadweep

    The Indian Navy has foiled an attack by Somali pirates on a merchant ship, west of the Lakshadweep Islands, by apprehending 16 Somali pirates. They also rescued 16 hostages in the process."The Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centre (MRCC) alerted the ships patrolling off the Lakshadweep of a distress message received from merchant ship MV Maersk Kens...

  • Eight Indian students 'held' in Iran

    Around a year ago, nine Indian young men embarked from Dubai for on-ship training - sailing high on their Merchant Navy dreams. But today, one of them is dead while the others are believed to be in Iranian custody for crude oil smuggling, their families say."Initially, I was told that the ship had been seized by a group of pirates.Subsequently, I w...

  • Navy warship fires bullets to warn merchant vessel

    Firing warning shots, the Indian Navy today intercepted a foreign ship off Diu coast and forced it to return to Mumbai after the vessel left the city port without fulfilling necessary formalities here."Naval warship INS Angre fired warning shots ahead of the fleeing merchant ship's bow and stopped it. It is being escorted back to Mumbai. It would t...

  • Out of job and in debt, ex-security officer kills wife, daughter

    Out of job and in debt, ex-security officer kills wife, daughter

    A debt-ridden former security officer with merchant navy allegedly murdered his wife and minor daughter at their house in neighbouring Thane district on Tuesday.

  • Gurgaon hit-and-run: Police shielding Audi driver?

    Gurgaon hit-and-run: Police shielding Audi driver?

    An engineer with the Merchant Navy was killed after a speeding Audi hit his car on Friday. The victim's family now says the police is trying to shield the accused.

  • Indian Navy foils pirate attack

    Indian Navy foils pirate attack

    An Indian Navy ship has thwarted a pirate attack on a merchant vessel with 10 Indian crew in the Gulf of Aden.

  • LTTE suicide squad attack Lankan ships: Navy

    Tamil Tiger rebels carried out a suicide attack early on Wednesday morning targeting two Sri Lankan merchant ships, which were transporting humanitarian aid in the embattled north, causing a considerable damage to one of the ships, the defence ministry said. ",LTTE militants have carried out a suicide attack targeting Merchant Ship Ruhuna and Nima...

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