Is This Accident or Lack of Training else foreign involvement ???

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  1. ThilakManohar

    ThilakManohar Regular Member

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    Indian Navy's major accidents in recent past:

    AUGUST 14, 2013
    INS Sindhurakshak, a Kiloclass submarine, exploded inside the Mumbai naval dockyard killing all 18 on board and later sank.

    DECEMBER 4, 2013

    Fire was reported in the engine room of the minesweeper INS Konkan while the ship was being repaired.Naval sources, however, stated that among other reasons, one was the presence of unskilled labourers who were allowed to work on the ship while it was in Visakhapatnam. It was informed that the ship is now operational.

    DECEMBER 23, 2013

    Frontline frigate INS Talwar collided with a fishing trawler off the Maharashtra coast, an incident in which the frigate luckily did not suffer any significant damage.

    JANUARY 4, 2014
    INS Betwa, an indigenously built frigate, reported a crack in its sonar dome - the bottom-most part of the ship. The cause of the accident was not clear. The Navy launched an inquiry into the incident.

    JANUARY 17, 2014

    INS Sindhughosh, a Kilo-class submarine,operating out of Mumbai, had a near-miss when the tide suddenly receded and the ship ran aground.However, the ship was secured with the help of tugs and ropes and no damage was reported. The ship sailed out subsequently.

    JANUARY 20,2014

    INS Vipul, a missile boat from the Killer Missile Squadron, which had only recently returned from a Normal Refit (NR) inside the Mumbai Naval Dockyard,was detected with a hole in its pillar compartment while it was on an operational deployment off Mumbai.

    JANUARY 30, 2014

    Amphibious ship INS Airavat suffered damages when its propellers hit the ground while returning to the harbour in Visakhapatnam. The incident apparently occurred on account of the dredging work going on in the channel.

    FEBRUARY 26, 2014

    A fire incident in the submerged INS Sindhuratna, a Russian-origin diesel-electric submarine commissioned in 1988, ended in the death of two officers and an emergency airlift of seven affected sailors.
     
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  3. sydsnyper

    sydsnyper Senior Member Senior Member

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    I think sabotage
     
  4. anoop_mig25

    anoop_mig25 Senior Member Senior Member

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    Well i think its lack of foresight among Indians sitting at north block and south block .....

    They think apart of pakistan no one would attack india and since we have been beating them by default we would beat them again.......

    In previous war pakistan heavenly relied only on army

    In future they would smartly use all there 3 services .....while our brave soliders would be sitting ducks for them.
     
  5. hit&run

    hit&run Elite Member Elite Member

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    rock127 Maulana Rockullah Senior Member

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    WTF???

    And "NGO" involved as well???

    Would be great to see Antony bitchslapped in public.
     
  7. hit&run

    hit&run Elite Member Elite Member

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    Forget about it. Who will bitch slap him, Man Mohan Singh ? Does this Prime Minister wear spine under his turban ?

    NGOs especially western are crawling on this nation under Sonia Gandhi's protection like never before.
     

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