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Malabar Military Exercise Takes Off With Quad From Tomorrow

The MALABAR naval exercise is scheduled in two phases in November 2020. Phase 1 of the Exercise MALABAR 20 involving participation by Indian Navy (IN), United States Navy (USN), Japan Maritime Self Defence Force (JMSDF), and Royal Australian Navy (RAN) is set to commence off Visakhapatnam in Bay of Bengal from 03 to 06 November 2020.

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The Quad Takes Shapes With Australia's Entry Into India's Military Malabar Exercise

After much anticipation, Australia would join the Malabar 2020 naval exercise, consisting of India, Japan and the U.S., to be held next month. This shapes the Quadrilateral--the Quad-- military alliance to bring stability in the backdrop of Chinese aggression its military deployment in the region.

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India's Marine Power & Blue Economy

The Blue Economy, with its untapped seabed minerals and renewable ocean energy, could prove that light at the end of the tunnel for Covid-19 afflicted India. The nation’s strategic location in the IOR and its potentials as a maritime power is a blessing for both the security of the region and the Indian economy.

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I Am Open To Exploring The Trilateral Cooperation With India, Indonesia & Other Countries In Our Region: Australia Defence Minister Linda Reynolds

Australian Minister for Defence Linda Reynolds in an exclusive interaction with BW Businessworld’s Manish Kumar Jha discusses the contours of the defence and strategic ties and maritime cooperation between the two nations.

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Navy Chief Raises Red Flag Over The Declining Navy Budget On The Navy Day

On the Navy Day, Chief of Indian Navy, Admiral Karambir Singh raised the red flag over the gradual decline of navy budget from 18% in 2012 to 13% in the year 2019-20. Though, the thrust on indigenization has led to 88 percent orders to Indian vendors and shipyards and 50 ships and submarines are currently under construction.

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