Mahindra & Mahindra Group Chairperson Anand Mahindra took to social media to express his gratitude on Navy Day. In a post on X on Monday, he shared a video of the Indian Navy recalling “one of the most energetic memories” of his childhood.
The Indian Navy celebrates Navy Day on 4 December to commemorate “Operation Trident”, the audacious naval attack on Karachi port during the 1971 war.
Indian Navy also shared the video of capturing Major moments of Indian poetrySaying, “On this historic day we rededicate ourselves to the service of our great nation and continue to serve with pride and honor and unwavering commitment to national security. Jai Bharat! #SamNoVarunah.”
Earlier in the day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday extended his greetings, saying the commitment of naval personnel in safeguarding India’s seas is a testament to their unwavering dedication to duty and love for the nation. He said he was looking forward to attending the Navy Day program in Sindhudurg, Maharashtra on Monday.
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On 3 December, the Government of India informed that INS Kadmatt, on long range operational deployment in the North Pacific Ocean, has entered Yokosuka, Japan for operational turnaround. The ship will celebrate India’s Navy Day on 4 December in the presence of the Indian diaspora at Yokosuka.
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The visit of INS Kadmatt to Japan is aimed at further strengthening maritime cooperation between India and Japan. INS Kadmatt is an indigenously designed and built Anti-Submarine Warfare Corvette, fitted with state-of-the-art AS weapon suite.
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Updated: 04 Dec 2023, 03:01 PM IST