@maint1234Computer devices stolen from INS Vikrant being built in Kochi
Multiple data storage devices have been stolen from India's first ingenious aircraft carrier INS Vikrant which is being presently built at the Cochin Shipyard Ltd.
Bewildered, but not surprised...
Two pilots were killed on Friday after an Indian Army helicopter crashed in Bhutan. The deceased pilots have been identified as Lieutenant Colonel Rajneesh Parmar of the Indian Army and Captain Kalzang Wangdi of Bhutanese Royal Army. It was Lieutenant Colonel Rajneesh Parmar's birthday on Friday.
The chopper, Indian Military Training Team's Cheetah, was en-route from Khirmu (Arunanchal Pradesh) to Yongfulla (Bhutan) on duty when it crashed into a hill at around 1 pm.
INS Nilgiri, the first of seven P-17A-class frigates being built for the Indian Navy, was launched at the Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Ltd. (MDL) dockyard in Mumbai on September 28.
This is the 3rd time (that I remember) Indian Navy launch a ship before meeting normal standards of what is done elsewhere in the world.A better angle. Her hull is still incomplete, with very little superstructure built. I expect her to enter service sometime between 2025 and 2028.
Hey, why go so hard on them? It's all they could build. India is waiting for the radars, engines and other critical subsystems to be either imported or license manufactured. This is one country who dreams a lot about being a Superpower (an Import Superpower) Makes China look very sane and composed.This is the 3rd time (that I remember) Indian Navy launch a ship before meeting normal standards of what is done elsewhere in the world.