Those Were the DaysMarch 2015
Being in command at the INS Trata was an experience far removed from a typical naval stint
By Commodore K.P. Mathew (retd)

Light at the End of the TunnelFebruary 2015
The LCA programme continues to notch up developmental milestones
By Atul Chandra

Port of CallDecember 2014
With China’s control of Gwadar port, India should pursue a policy of bi-lateralism and multi-lateralism with IOR littorals
By Vice Admiral Shekhar Sinha (retd)

Designs on the FutureDecember 2014
The strengths and limitations of building a home-grown navy
By RAdm. N.P. Gupta (retd)

Passing the BuckDecember 2014
Was Admiral D.K. Joshi a convenient scapegoat post the tragedy on INS Sindhuratna?
By Cmde Lalit Kapur (retd)

Relook at SafetyDecember 2014
The sinking of the TRV-A72 has raised the need for urgent modernisation of the navy
By Dilip Kumar Mekala

Fleet AirpowerDecember 2014
The Indian Navy is acquiring a broad range of capabilities for its naval air arm
By Atul Chandra

In Foreign WatersDecember 2014
Overseas deployment of western naval ships focuses on increasing maritime cooperation in East Africa and IOR
By Dilip Kumar Mekala

A Beginner’s CourseSeptember 2014
Providing sea legs to future naval officers
By Commodore K.P. Mathew (retd)

Man of WordAugust 2014
Chief of Navy Staff, Admiral R.K. Dhowan, PVSM, AVSM, YSM, ADC
By Ghazala Wahab

Sea StrikeJuly 2014
Plans are afoot for the Indian Navy to induct a variety of potent anti-ship weapons in this decade
By Atul Chandra

The MinesweeperJune 2014
It became clear much later that PNS Ghazi had laid only one mine
By Cmde K.P. Mathew (retd)

That Sinking FeelingMay 2014
Perhaps, the investigation into the sinking of Sindhurakshak can unravel the mystery of PNS Ghazi
By Cmde K.P. Mathew (retd)