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Malabar moment | IndExp
The good news | IndExp
The Dharavi project | Pioneer
The creation of Vikas Dubey | IndExp
Sure power | TH
The sum and substance of the EU’s China dilemma |TH
Museum to mosque | TH
NEWS
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Malabar moment | IndExp
The good news | IndExp
The Dharavi project | Pioneer
The creation of Vikas Dubey | IndExp
Sure power | TH
The sum and substance of the EU’s China dilemma |TH
Museum to mosque | TH
NEWS
Malabar moment | IndExp
? India’ s annual naval exercises with the US and Japan
is called Malabar Exercise.
? Delhi’ s reported openness to Au str al ia’ s participation
in Malabar exercise.
?Hopefully, this will be an end to In di a’ s slow adaption
and heistation in choosing partner for security
cooperation.
?Change is need of the hour in a rapidly changing
maritime environment in the Indo-Pacific littoral.
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Malabar moment | IndExp
The good news | IndExp
The Dharavi project | Pioneer
The creation of Vikas Dubey | IndExp
Sure power | TH
The sum and substance of the EU’s China dilemma |TH
Museum to mosque | TH
NEWS
Malabar moment | IndExp
? India’ s annual naval exercises with the US and Japan
is called Malabar Exercise.
? Delhi’ s reported openness to Au str al ia’ s participation
in Malabar exercise.
?Hopefully, this will be an end to In di a’ s slow adaption
and heistation in choosing partner for security
cooperation.
?Change is need of the hour in a rapidly changing
maritime environment in the Indo-Pacific littoral.
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Malabar moment | IndExp
The good news | IndExp
The Dharavi project | Pioneer
The creation of Vikas Dubey | IndExp
Sure power | TH
The sum and substance of the EU’s China dilemma |TH
Museum to mosque | TH
NEWS
Malabar moment | IndExp
? India’ s annual naval exercises with the US and Japan
is called Malabar Exercise.
? Delhi’ s reported openness to Au str al ia’ s participation
in Malabar exercise.
?Hopefully, this will be an end to In di a’ s slow adaption
and heistation in choosing partner for security
cooperation.
?Change is need of the hour in a rapidly changing
maritime environment in the Indo-Pacific littoral.
?Way back in 2007, the Indian Navy invited the
maritime forces of Japan, Australia and Singapore
to join its annual bilateral Malabar naval exercises
with the United States.
?China objected it by calling it Asian NATO.
?The then defence minister AK Antony faced
opposition from Left Parties.
?An angry Antony pulled the plug on any
multilateral naval exercises, but also applied
political and bureaucratic brakes on the
ambitious defence cooperation agenda that Prime
Minister Manmohan Singh and his predecessor in
the defence ministry, Pranab Mukherjee, had
agreed to in 2005.
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Malabar moment | IndExp
The good news | IndExp
The Dharavi project | Pioneer
The creation of Vikas Dubey | IndExp
Sure power | TH
The sum and substance of the EU’s China dilemma |TH
Museum to mosque | TH
NEWS
Malabar moment | IndExp
? India’ s annual naval exercises with the US and Japan
is called Malabar Exercise.
? Delhi’ s reported openness to Au str al ia’ s participation
in Malabar exercise.
?Hopefully, this will be an end to In di a’ s slow adaption
and heistation in choosing partner for security
cooperation.
?Change is need of the hour in a rapidly changing
maritime environment in the Indo-Pacific littoral.
?Way back in 2007, the Indian Navy invited the
maritime forces of Japan, Australia and Singapore
to join its annual bilateral Malabar naval exercises
with the United States.
?China objected it by calling it Asian NATO.
?The then defence minister AK Antony faced
opposition from Left Parties.
?An angry Antony pulled the plug on any
multilateral naval exercises, but also applied
political and bureaucratic brakes on the
ambitious defence cooperation agenda that Prime
Minister Manmohan Singh and his predecessor in
the defence ministry, Pranab Mukherjee, had
agreed to in 2005.
?Chinese navy now maintains a permanent feature
of the Indian Ocean.
?first military base in Djibouti
?Karachi and Gwadar are already de-facto naval
facilities.
?There is mounting speculation that Iran is about to
let China develop port facilities at the mouth of
the strategic Hormuz Strait in the Gulf.
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