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Indian Navy responds to pirate attack in Arabian Sea

Two Indian naval ships, deployed for maritime security operations, were diverted to intercept the hijacked fishing vessel reportedly boarded by 9 armed pirates

The hijacked fishing vessel was around 90 nautical miles southwest of Socotra, the Indian Navy said in a statement (X/indiannavy)
Updated on Mar 30, 2024 06:51 AM IST
ByRahul Singh

Indian Navy hands over 35 Somali pirates to Mumbai police

The police said after hijacking MV Ruen, which had around 17 crew members, the pirates demanded ₹500 crore as ransom to free the ship and the crew.

Mumbai, India. Mar 23,2024 : INS Kolkata, with the 35 apprehended pirates returned to Mumbai and handed over the Pirates to the Mumbai police for further legal action in accordance with Indian laws, specifically the Maritime Anti Piracy Act 2022. Mar 23,2024. (Photo by Raju Shinde/HT Photo)
Updated on Mar 24, 2024 02:34 AM IST
ByVinay Dalvi

‘No Indian ship attacked but situation in Red Sea volatile’: Navy Chief

The navy, which has more than 10 warships deployed in the region, has thwarted several piracy attempts in and around Arabian Sea during the last 100 days.

Indian Navy chief Admiral R Hari Kumar said the Houthis have been targeting vessels linked to Israel and ships sailing under the flags of some Western countries (ANI)
Updated on Mar 24, 2024 12:35 PM IST
By, New Delhi

Morning briefing: Navy forces Somali pirates to surrender, all the latest news

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Pirates detained by the Indian navy during a rescue operation for the hijacked ship MV Ruen sit on the deck in this handout image released on March 16, 2024. Spokespersonnavy via X/Handout via REUTERS.
Updated on Mar 17, 2024 08:59 AM IST

Navy forces Somali pirates to surrender; rescues 17 hostages

The action lasted 40 hours and involved the elite marine commandos being air-dropped by C-17 aircraft.

This photograph shared by Indian navy on the X platform shows the hijacked ship ex-MV Ruen, Saturday. (AP)
Updated on Mar 17, 2024 04:33 AM IST
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