INS Jalashwa Current Affairs, GK & News

INS Jalashwa

INS Jalashwa is an amphibious warfare vessel that was commissioned into the Indian Navy in 2007. It is the largest ship with the Indian Navy. It was procured from the USA in 2005. Recently, the vessel arrived at Port Anjouan, Comoros to deliver 1,000 MT of rice. This is a part of the Mission Sagar IV and ..

Operation Samudra Setu II

The Indian Navy recently launched Operation Samudra Setu II. The operation will aid in fulfilling oxygen requirements of the country. About the operation Under the operation, warships have been deployed to carry liquid oxygen filled cryogenic containers. Two ships INS Talwar and INS Kolkata have been diverted for this operation. INS Talwar will transport 40 ..

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INS Jalashwa Arrives at Port Anjouan

The Indian Naval Ship Jalashwa has reached the port of Anjouan in Comoros on March 14, 2021. The ship was carrying a consignment of 1000 metric tonnes of rice. The ship will be received by the Foreign Minister of Comoros, H.E. Dhoihir Dhoulkamal during a ceremony on March 15, 2021. Background This consignment of 1000 metric ..

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Operation Samudra Setu

On July 8, 2020, Indian Navy culminated Operation Samudra Setu after bringing 3,992 Indian citizens back to their homeland. The operation was launched on May 5, 2020. Highlights The operation lasted over 55 days. The Indian Naval Ships such as INS Jalashwa, INS Shardul, INS Airavat and INS Magar participated in the operation. The ships ..

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INS Kozhikode decommissioned after 3 decades of service

Indian Naval Ship Kozhikode was decommissioned in a ceremony held at Naval Jetty, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. Vice Admiral S.N. Ghormade, Chief of Staff, Eastern Naval Command, was the chief guest on the occasion. INS Kozhikode gracefully retired as an operational ship after 3 decades of service in the Indian Navy. As part of the decommissioning ..

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