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    mukesh jaswal

    Great job by Indian Navy, Leading from the front, Marine commandos have once again why they are the best in the world. Congratulation to INS Mysore.

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    Anonymous

    Shiv,while interacting with Armed Forces you must have learnt that they never promise something which they can’t do.
    Stop fooling already cheated fauji’s by promising something which you can’t fullfill.

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  3. 3

    KK

    “LAGE RAHO FAUJI BHAI”
    TUMSE BARA BEWAKOOF KAUN HO SAKTA HAI.LUNGIWALE AUR BABUs KO PATA HAI KI TUMHE BHALE HI PAISE NA DIYE JAYEN AUR BEIZZATI BHI KI JAYE TUM TO TAB BHI POORI SINCERETY SE KAAM KAROGE.
    THAT’S THE REASON U R BEING TREATED LIKE SHIT.
    ISN’T THIS THE SAME NAVY WHOSE UPRIGHT CHIEF HAS BEEN MADE TO LOOK SMALL BY NETAS AND IAS DIRECTLY AS WELL AS BY COVERT USE OF SLAVES IN MEDIA??

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    Anonymous

    Sekhar Gupta will travel to Somalia and Yemen to find out what is in the story and how Indian navy is telling a lie….

    Piracy in Somalian waters is an Interantioanl business with thousands of Somalian interantinally involved in in it. This has become more than bilion dollar business. For these Pirates, hiring Sekhar Gupta wouls be more than easy job. Sekhar seems to have stooped down to doing Piracy…..

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  5. 5

    Sid

    ooo yeah… congrats IN

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  6. 6

    Anonymous

    marcos is having a good time !

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  7. 7

    Atty

    The grand old lady Mysore has done us proud.Great show against the brigands on the high seas.All the best to the Navy in her endeavours in keeping our maritime trade safe.

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  8. 8

    Anonymous

    CONGRATS ! Indian Navy, that was great.

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  9. 9

    Anonymous

    where is the update??? don’t play games with unsuspecting innocent service men

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  10. 10

    Anonymous

    THat is commendable on the aprt of Indian navy. Actions speak louder then the words. The world has taken the notice and this is what that makes a ntion to be noticed. Bravo Keep it up

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  11. 11

    Anonymous

    AWESOME!!!!!!!!

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  12. 12

    Anonymous

    jai hind! jai bharatiya nau sena!

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  13. 13

    Anonymous

    d45dear shiv
    one ore unkept promise were is the update as you promised these mundane news can be read in the papers and make no interesting reading blogs are read for the news which are deliberately kept out of the routine news or are debatable there is no debate on the good job done here so the news is of not much value on the blog please put the promised feature asap and live up to our expctation

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  14. 14

    Anonymous

    Shiv has been gagged…..

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    Anonymous

    Request to the Navy Not to hand over the capured weapons to any country but utilise the same to equip their Forces or donate to Coast gurd / Coastal Police….

    The IAS, CCS Services, IDAS and AFHCS underdogs will never allow Services to even have a few AK-47…

    I do not know with West European countries having rotting stockpiles of AK series weapons ammo and plants why can these DRDO fools import one plant and manufacture those weapons here in some ordance factory. In the meanwhile the rotting stock can be bought at through away prices…

    5.56 INSAS is simply not a CQB and first shot kill anti terrorist weapon…

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    robin

    The Gulf of Aden is awash with Somalian pirates who have been cheerfully capturing merchant vessels and holding them and their crews to ransom, all this despite the presence of American and European warships supposedly there to prevent these nefarious activities.
    All the commanders (or their on-board PR men) say, when invited to explain why they can’t prevent the piracy or do anything about the pirates’ lairs, well known to all of them, is to say that they can’t do anything because it might put the captured crews at hazard.
    Well the Indian navy is taking a more robust attitude, sinking a pirate boat a month or so ago and now capturing 23 of them as they tried to pinch merchant vessel the MV Gibe.
    A couple of hundred years ago the Royal Navy cemented its reputation as the master of the seas through the audacious exploits of the captains of its fast, heavily-armed frigates against piratical riff-raff like these Somalis.
    Captain Jack Aubrey in Patrick Brien’s collection of novels is how we envisage them.
    Now the British are agonising about building two huge (and probably useless and vulnerable) aircraft carriers at a time when they have neither the frigates, or apparently the will, to carry on in the glorious traditions of the Royal Navy and police the seas.
    They should take a leaf out of the Indian navy’s book

    Sourced from a British Newspaper

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  17. 17

    Anonymous

    Well done IN and this one is from a Foot Slogger

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  18. 18

    Anonymous

    Mysore has truly lived upto her motto – Na Bibheti kadachan!!

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