Navy Pirates


'Navy Pirates' - 13 News Result(s)

  • China Sends Troops To Its First Overseas Base in Djibouti, Africa

    China Sends Troops To Its First Overseas Base in Djibouti, Africa

    China has dispatched troops to its first overseas naval base in Djibouti, a major step forward for the country's expansion of its military presence abroad

  • After 7 Years and Deployment of 52 Warships, This Area is Now Pirate-Free

    After 7 Years and Deployment of 52 Warships, This Area is Now Pirate-Free

    Pirates of the Arabian Sea versus 52 warships of the Indian Navy -- it took only four years to clean up the waters. But the "high risk" tag of the entire area between Africa and Indian waters took considerably longer to shed - three more years. The clean chit came last week.

  • Nigerian Navy goes after pirates who abducted five Indians

    Nigerian Navy has said it has sent rescue ships to trace five Indians who were abducted by pirates from a German oil tanker off country's notorious territorial waters.

  • 61 pirates caught by Indian Navy brought to Mumbai

    61 pirates caught by Indian Navy brought to Mumbai

    The 61 pirates captured by Indian Navy on March 12, have been brought to Mumbai. They will be produced in court on Thursday.In the absence of anti-piracy laws, India has levelled several charges including those of trespassing, waging war against the country, attempt to murder and armed robbery against the pirates, 38 of whom are believed to be mino...

  • Indian Navy captures 61 pirates, 13 crew members rescued

    Indian Navy captures 61 pirates, 13 crew members rescued

    In a major operation, the Indian Navy intercepted a pirate mother ship, rescuing 13 crew members, and arrested 61 Somali sea brigands about 600 nautical miles off the western coast. (Read: Navy's statement)"Vega 5, a pirate mother vessel, was intercepted by a fast attack craft, INS Kalpeni. 61 pirates were apprehended and 13 crew members rescued," ...

  • Indian Navy: 61 Somali pirates caught

    In a major operation, the Indian Navy intercepted a pirate mother ship, rescuing 13 crew members, and arrested 61 Somali sea brigands about 600 nautical miles off the western coast.Here's a statement issued by the Indian Navy:On the night of 12th March 11, at about 2100 hrs INS Kalpeni intercepted a pirate mother vessel called Vega 5 in the Arabian...

  • 15 pirates caught after 12-hour battle

    15 pirates caught after 12-hour battle

    Blindfolded and handcuffed, they were produced in a sort of line-up today in Mumbai. Minus their AK-47s, they looked less potent than their at-sea avatars. The 15 men, many of them Somalian, are  pirates captured over the weekend off India's coast.  There were 25 pirates originally and they trespassed into Indian waters at 10.30 am on Fri...

  • Captured Somalian pirates brought to Mumbai

    Captured Somalian pirates brought to Mumbai

    The 15 Somalian pirates who were captured in a major anti-piracy operation by the Indian Navy and Coast Guard were brought to Mumbai and handed over to the Yellowgate police station today. A committee of secretaries led by the Cabinet secretary is likely to meet on Tuesday to evolve guidelines to deal with the situation. There is no set proced...

  • Indian Navy, Coast Guard rescue Thai vessel from pirates

    In a joint operation, the Indian Navy and Coast Guard intercepted and neutralised 'Prantalay' Thai fishing vessel, which was being used by Somali pirates as 'mother vessel' since April last year for piracy at various locations in the Arabian Sea, a Defence press release on Saturday said.   There was an exchange of fire between INS Cankars...

  • Indian Navy warship thwarts pirates' attempt off the Gulf of Aden

    A week after it guarded 13 merchant vessels from piracy attack, an Indian warship has once again warded off an attempt by sea brigands on nine cargo ships including an Indian vessel off Yemeni coast in Gulf of Aden.This is the 17th successful operation of the Indian Navy to prevent a piracy attack on merchant vessels escorted by its warships since ...

  • Indian Navy ship thwarts piracy bid in Gulf of Aden

    Somali and Yemeni pirates' attempt to hijack for ransom Indian cargo vessels, sailing off the Somalia coast, was thwarted by an Indian warship, a Navy spokesperson said in New Delhi on Monday.INS Delhi, a guided missile destroyer, was assisting the merchant ships that were sailing through the Gulf of Aden when the armed sea brigands made the attemp...

  • India probing multiple hijackings off Somalia

    India is investigating the hijacking of several boats off the coast of Somalia amid news reports that eight vessels and 120 Indian sailors have been seized.

  • 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.

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'Navy Pirates' - 13 News Result(s)

  • China Sends Troops To Its First Overseas Base in Djibouti, Africa

    China Sends Troops To Its First Overseas Base in Djibouti, Africa

    China has dispatched troops to its first overseas naval base in Djibouti, a major step forward for the country's expansion of its military presence abroad

  • After 7 Years and Deployment of 52 Warships, This Area is Now Pirate-Free

    After 7 Years and Deployment of 52 Warships, This Area is Now Pirate-Free

    Pirates of the Arabian Sea versus 52 warships of the Indian Navy -- it took only four years to clean up the waters. But the "high risk" tag of the entire area between Africa and Indian waters took considerably longer to shed - three more years. The clean chit came last week.

  • Nigerian Navy goes after pirates who abducted five Indians

    Nigerian Navy has said it has sent rescue ships to trace five Indians who were abducted by pirates from a German oil tanker off country's notorious territorial waters.

  • 61 pirates caught by Indian Navy brought to Mumbai

    61 pirates caught by Indian Navy brought to Mumbai

    The 61 pirates captured by Indian Navy on March 12, have been brought to Mumbai. They will be produced in court on Thursday.In the absence of anti-piracy laws, India has levelled several charges including those of trespassing, waging war against the country, attempt to murder and armed robbery against the pirates, 38 of whom are believed to be mino...

  • Indian Navy captures 61 pirates, 13 crew members rescued

    Indian Navy captures 61 pirates, 13 crew members rescued

    In a major operation, the Indian Navy intercepted a pirate mother ship, rescuing 13 crew members, and arrested 61 Somali sea brigands about 600 nautical miles off the western coast. (Read: Navy's statement)"Vega 5, a pirate mother vessel, was intercepted by a fast attack craft, INS Kalpeni. 61 pirates were apprehended and 13 crew members rescued," ...

  • Indian Navy: 61 Somali pirates caught

    In a major operation, the Indian Navy intercepted a pirate mother ship, rescuing 13 crew members, and arrested 61 Somali sea brigands about 600 nautical miles off the western coast.Here's a statement issued by the Indian Navy:On the night of 12th March 11, at about 2100 hrs INS Kalpeni intercepted a pirate mother vessel called Vega 5 in the Arabian...

  • 15 pirates caught after 12-hour battle

    15 pirates caught after 12-hour battle

    Blindfolded and handcuffed, they were produced in a sort of line-up today in Mumbai. Minus their AK-47s, they looked less potent than their at-sea avatars. The 15 men, many of them Somalian, are  pirates captured over the weekend off India's coast.  There were 25 pirates originally and they trespassed into Indian waters at 10.30 am on Fri...

  • Captured Somalian pirates brought to Mumbai

    Captured Somalian pirates brought to Mumbai

    The 15 Somalian pirates who were captured in a major anti-piracy operation by the Indian Navy and Coast Guard were brought to Mumbai and handed over to the Yellowgate police station today. A committee of secretaries led by the Cabinet secretary is likely to meet on Tuesday to evolve guidelines to deal with the situation. There is no set proced...

  • Indian Navy, Coast Guard rescue Thai vessel from pirates

    In a joint operation, the Indian Navy and Coast Guard intercepted and neutralised 'Prantalay' Thai fishing vessel, which was being used by Somali pirates as 'mother vessel' since April last year for piracy at various locations in the Arabian Sea, a Defence press release on Saturday said.   There was an exchange of fire between INS Cankars...

  • Indian Navy warship thwarts pirates' attempt off the Gulf of Aden

    A week after it guarded 13 merchant vessels from piracy attack, an Indian warship has once again warded off an attempt by sea brigands on nine cargo ships including an Indian vessel off Yemeni coast in Gulf of Aden.This is the 17th successful operation of the Indian Navy to prevent a piracy attack on merchant vessels escorted by its warships since ...

  • Indian Navy ship thwarts piracy bid in Gulf of Aden

    Somali and Yemeni pirates' attempt to hijack for ransom Indian cargo vessels, sailing off the Somalia coast, was thwarted by an Indian warship, a Navy spokesperson said in New Delhi on Monday.INS Delhi, a guided missile destroyer, was assisting the merchant ships that were sailing through the Gulf of Aden when the armed sea brigands made the attemp...

  • India probing multiple hijackings off Somalia

    India is investigating the hijacking of several boats off the coast of Somalia amid news reports that eight vessels and 120 Indian sailors have been seized.

  • 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.

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