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Top 5 Daily News- 27 Sep 2019

INS Tarkash Arrives at Maputo, Mozambique

As a part of Indian Navy’s scheme of deployment in Africa, Europe and Russia, INS Tarkash reached Maputo, Mozambique. It is there on a 3-day visit starting 25 Sep 2019.

INS Tarkash is a part of Indian Navy’s western fleet and is under command of Captain Sathish Vasudev.

This deployment is a part of mission building ‘Bridges of Friendship’ that helps in strengthening Foreign ties.

Current Chief of Indian Navy – Admiral Karabmir Singh

ICGS ‘Varaha’ Commissioned

Indian Coast Guards get new offshore patrolling ship ‘Varaha’, which was commissioned on 26 Sep 2019.

It was flagged off from Chennai Port by our Defence Minister Mr. Rajnath Singh.

Varaha is taken from ancient Purans which means the principle of Sacrifice and rescue at sea.

Chief of Indian Coast Guards- Krishnaswamy Natarajan

Malabar 2019 commences off the Coast of Japan

Indian, The US and Japan commences the Malabar 2019 maritime exercise 2019 off the coast of Japan.

This exercise is scheduled from 26 Sep 2019 to 4 Oct 2019.

Two frontline indigenously designed and built Indian naval ships, the Multipurpose Guided Missile Frigate Sahyadri and ASW Corvette Kiltan have been dispatched for the exercises, along with a P8I long-range maritime patrol aircraft.

The US Navy is being represented by USS McCampbell, a Los Angeles-Class Attack Submarine and a P8A long-range maritime patrol aircraft. The Japanese Navy would be participating with its Izumo Class Helicopter Destroyer JS Kaga, Guided Missile Destroyers JS Samidare and Choukai and a P1 long-range maritime patrol aircraft.

General Bipin Rawat to be new chairman of Chief of Staff Committee

Army Chief General Bipin Rawat will be taking over as the new Chairman of Chief of Staff Committee.

He will be succeeding Air Chief Marshal B.S. Dhanoa who is retiring from his service by the end of this month.

The Chief of Staff Committee is comprised of chiefs fo Army, Air Force and Navy, and the seniormost member is appointed as its Chief.

The Chief of COSC is tasked with maintaining the synergy between the 3 forces and evolve a common strategy to deal with external threats.

9th India-China Financial Dialogue held

The Indo-China financial talks happened in New Delhi on 25th Sep 2019 to strengthen the financial relationship between the 2 Countries.

Chinese Delegation was led by Zou Jiayi, who is the Vice Minister in the Ministry of Finance for the People’s Republic of China. Indian Delegation was led by Atanu Chakraborty, Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs, under Ministry of Finance.

The discussions included bilateral trade and Investment. The agenda also included cooperation in the Financial Sectors.

The next round of the event will be held in China.

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