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Navy to the rescue 
?Earlier this week, India sent an amphibious warship, 
INS Airavat, to Madagascar. 
?Operation Vanilla: Navy delivered clothing, food and 
medicines, and also provided diving and 
communication assistance for evacuation. 
?The move follows an appeal by Madagascar President 
Andry Rajoelina for international help to deal with an 
unprecedented situation caused by floods. 
?Humanitarian operations have emerged as a key 
component of the Indian N a v y ’ s peacetime strategy in 
the IOR.  
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Navy to the rescue 
?Earlier this week, India sent an amphibious warship, 
INS Airavat, to Madagascar. 
?Operation Vanilla: Navy delivered clothing, food and 
medicines, and also provided diving and 
communication assistance for evacuation. 
?The move follows an appeal by Madagascar President 
Andry Rajoelina for international help to deal with an 
unprecedented situation caused by floods. 
?Humanitarian operations have emerged as a key 
component of the Indian N a v y ’ s peacetime strategy in 
the IOR.  
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Navy to the rescue 
?Earlier this week, India sent an amphibious warship, 
INS Airavat, to Madagascar. 
?Operation Vanilla: Navy delivered clothing, food and 
medicines, and also provided diving and 
communication assistance for evacuation. 
?The move follows an appeal by Madagascar President 
Andry Rajoelina for international help to deal with an 
unprecedented situation caused by floods. 
?Humanitarian operations have emerged as a key 
component of the Indian N a v y ’ s peacetime strategy in 
the IOR.  
 
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Navy to the rescue 
?Earlier this week, India sent an amphibious warship, 
INS Airavat, to Madagascar. 
?Operation Vanilla: Navy delivered clothing, food and 
medicines, and also provided diving and 
communication assistance for evacuation. 
?The move follows an appeal by Madagascar President 
Andry Rajoelina for international help to deal with an 
unprecedented situation caused by floods. 
?Humanitarian operations have emerged as a key 
component of the Indian N a v y ’ s peacetime strategy in 
the IOR.  
 ?In March 2019, the Navy deployed four warships 
for relief operations when Mozambique was hit by 
Cyclone Idai.  
?A few months later, the Navy sent two warships to 
Japan to assist in rescue efforts following Typhoon 
Hagibis.  
?A year earlier, Indian vessels had delivered urgent 
medical assistance to Sulawesi, Indonesia, after it 
was struck by a high-intensity earthquake. 
?Operation Samudra Maitri was launched after a 
telephonic conversation between Prime Minister 
Narendra Modi and Indonesian President Joko Widodo, 
with naval planners mobilising assets and relief material 
in quick time. 
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Navy to the rescue 
?Earlier this week, India sent an amphibious warship, 
INS Airavat, to Madagascar. 
?Operation Vanilla: Navy delivered clothing, food and 
medicines, and also provided diving and 
communication assistance for evacuation. 
?The move follows an appeal by Madagascar President 
Andry Rajoelina for international help to deal with an 
unprecedented situation caused by floods. 
?Humanitarian operations have emerged as a key 
component of the Indian N a v y ’ s peacetime strategy in 
the IOR.  
 ?In March 2019, the Navy deployed four warships 
for relief operations when Mozambique was hit by 
Cyclone Idai.  
?A few months later, the Navy sent two warships to 
Japan to assist in rescue efforts following Typhoon 
Hagibis.  
?A year earlier, Indian vessels had delivered urgent 
medical assistance to Sulawesi, Indonesia, after it 
was struck by a high-intensity earthquake. 
?Operation Samudra Maitri was launched after a 
telephonic conversation between Prime Minister 
Narendra Modi and Indonesian President Joko Widodo, 
with naval planners mobilising assets and relief material 
in quick time. 
?The N a v y ’ s new humanitarian approach, many 
say, is a maritime manifestation of Mr. M o d i ’ s 
vision for the IOR, christened SAGAR (Security And 
Growth for All in the Region). 
?It was in the aftermath of the 2004 tsunami that 
naval commanders first recognised the importance 
of large-scale relief and rescue missions in the IOR. 
?For over a decade, considerable resource and 
energy has been spent developing specialist 
capability and skills for naval humanitarian 
operations. 
?New D e lhi ’ s resolve to burnish its ‘regional 
security provider ’ credentials.  
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