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Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Rear Admiral Dinesh K Tripathi takes over as Eastern Fleet Commander

Rear Admiral B Dasgupta, YSM, VSM Flag Officer Commanding Eastern Fleet has handed over the Command of Eastern Fleet to Rear Admiral Dinesh K Tripathi, NM. The change of guard took place at an impressive ceremony held on 15 January 18 in Naval Base, Visakhapatnam. Rear Admiral Dinesh K Tripathi is a specialist in Communication and Electronic Warfare. He is an alumnus of National Defence Academy, Khadakwasla and graduate of Defence Services Staff College, Wellington. He has also completed the Naval Higher Command Course and Naval Command College at the US Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island where he won the prestigious Robert E Bateman International Prize. His Sea commands include the stealth frigate INS Trishul and the indigenous built ships INS Vinash and INS Kirch. His prestigious Staff and Operational appointments include those as the Fleet Operations Officer of the Western Fleet, Director of Naval Operations and Principal Director Network Centric Operations at Naval Headquarters. Prior taking over the command of the Eastern Fleet, the Flag Officer was serving as Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Policy and Plans) at New Delhi Over the last 15 months, under the command of Rear Admiral B Dasgupta, the Eastern Fleet has maintained high levels of combat readiness and undertaken various operational missions including provisioning of relief material to Bangladesh a very short notice, overseas deployments and exercises with foreign navies. His tenure also saw the commissioning of INS Kiltan, the latest ASW corvette of the Navy to join the Eastern Fleet.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Rear Admiral Dinesh K Tripathi takes over as Eastern Fleet Commander

Rear Admiral B Dasgupta, YSM, VSM Flag Officer Commanding Eastern Fleet has handed over the Command of Eastern Fleet to Rear Admiral Dinesh K Tripathi, NM. The change of guard took place at an impressive ceremony held on 15 January 18 in Naval Base, Visakhapatnam. Rear Admiral Dinesh K Tripathi is a specialist in Communication and Electronic Warfare. He is an alumnus of National Defence Academy, Khadakwasla and graduate of Defence Services Staff College, Wellington. He has also completed the Naval Higher Command Course and Naval Command College at the US Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island where he won the prestigious Robert E Bateman International Prize. His Sea commands include the stealth frigate INS Trishul and the indigenous built ships INS Vinash and INS Kirch. His prestigious Staff and Operational appointments include those as the Fleet Operations Officer of the Western Fleet, Director of Naval Operations and Principal Director Network Centric Operations at Naval Headquarters. Prior taking over the command of the Eastern Fleet, the Flag Officer was serving as Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Policy and Plans) at New Delhi Over the last 15 months, under the command of Rear Admiral B Dasgupta, the Eastern Fleet has maintained high levels of combat readiness and undertaken various operational missions including provisioning of relief material to Bangladesh a very short notice, overseas deployments and exercises with foreign navies. His tenure also saw the commissioning of INS Kiltan, the latest ASW corvette of the Navy to join the Eastern Fleet.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Rear Admiral Dinesh K Tripathi takes over as Eastern Fleet Commander

Rear Admiral B Dasgupta, YSM, VSM Flag Officer Commanding Eastern Fleet has handed over the Command of Eastern Fleet to Rear Admiral Dinesh K Tripathi, NM. The change of guard took place at an impressive ceremony held on 15 January 18 in Naval Base, Visakhapatnam. Rear Admiral Dinesh K Tripathi is a specialist in Communication and Electronic Warfare. He is an alumnus of National Defence Academy, Khadakwasla and graduate of Defence Services Staff College, Wellington. He has also completed the Naval Higher Command Course and Naval Command College at the US Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island where he won the prestigious Robert E Bateman International Prize. His Sea commands include the stealth frigate INS Trishul and the indigenous built ships INS Vinash and INS Kirch. His prestigious Staff and Operational appointments include those as the Fleet Operations Officer of the Western Fleet, Director of Naval Operations and Principal Director Network Centric Operations at Naval Headquarters. Prior taking over the command of the Eastern Fleet, the Flag Officer was serving as Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Policy and Plans) at New Delhi Over the last 15 months, under the command of Rear Admiral B Dasgupta, the Eastern Fleet has maintained high levels of combat readiness and undertaken various operational missions including provisioning of relief material to Bangladesh a very short notice, overseas deployments and exercises with foreign navies. His tenure also saw the commissioning of INS Kiltan, the latest ASW corvette of the Navy to join the Eastern Fleet.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Rear Admiral Dinesh K Tripathi takes over as Eastern Fleet Commander

Rear Admiral B Dasgupta, YSM, VSM Flag Officer Commanding Eastern Fleet has handed over the Command of Eastern Fleet to Rear Admiral Dinesh K Tripathi, NM. The change of guard took place at an impressive ceremony held on 15 January 18 in Naval Base, Visakhapatnam. Rear Admiral Dinesh K Tripathi is a specialist in Communication and Electronic Warfare. He is an alumnus of National Defence Academy, Khadakwasla and graduate of Defence Services Staff College, Wellington. He has also completed the Naval Higher Command Course and Naval Command College at the US Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island where he won the prestigious Robert E Bateman International Prize. His Sea commands include the stealth frigate INS Trishul and the indigenous built ships INS Vinash and INS Kirch. His prestigious Staff and Operational appointments include those as the Fleet Operations Officer of the Western Fleet, Director of Naval Operations and Principal Director Network Centric Operations at Naval Headquarters. Prior taking over the command of the Eastern Fleet, the Flag Officer was serving as Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Policy and Plans) at New Delhi Over the last 15 months, under the command of Rear Admiral B Dasgupta, the Eastern Fleet has maintained high levels of combat readiness and undertaken various operational missions including provisioning of relief material to Bangladesh a very short notice, overseas deployments and exercises with foreign navies. His tenure also saw the commissioning of INS Kiltan, the latest ASW corvette of the Navy to join the Eastern Fleet.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Rear Admiral Dinesh K Tripathi takes over as Eastern Fleet Commander

Rear Admiral B Dasgupta, YSM, VSM Flag Officer Commanding Eastern Fleet has handed over the Command of Eastern Fleet to Rear Admiral Dinesh K Tripathi, NM. The change of guard took place at an impressive ceremony held on 15 January 18 in Naval Base, Visakhapatnam. Rear Admiral Dinesh K Tripathi is a specialist in Communication and Electronic Warfare. He is an alumnus of National Defence Academy, Khadakwasla and graduate of Defence Services Staff College, Wellington. He has also completed the Naval Higher Command Course and Naval Command College at the US Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island where he won the prestigious Robert E Bateman International Prize. His Sea commands include the stealth frigate INS Trishul and the indigenous built ships INS Vinash and INS Kirch. His prestigious Staff and Operational appointments include those as the Fleet Operations Officer of the Western Fleet, Director of Naval Operations and Principal Director Network Centric Operations at Naval Headquarters. Prior taking over the command of the Eastern Fleet, the Flag Officer was serving as Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Policy and Plans) at New Delhi Over the last 15 months, under the command of Rear Admiral B Dasgupta, the Eastern Fleet has maintained high levels of combat readiness and undertaken various operational missions including provisioning of relief material to Bangladesh a very short notice, overseas deployments and exercises with foreign navies. His tenure also saw the commissioning of INS Kiltan, the latest ASW corvette of the Navy to join the Eastern Fleet.

Friday, January 12, 2018
Thursday, January 11, 2018

The Budhist heritage site Thotlakonda Hill was overgrown & strewn with garbage.

A cleaning drive was proposed by VUDA, APTDC, with support from the Indian Navy and under the overall supervision of the Department of Archeology on 10-12-17. A map identifying critical areas for cleaning, for all concerned parties was drawn to help the cleaning operations. The drive was completed 05 Jan 2018.

Friday, January 5, 2018
Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Visitors form a long queue outside the Aircraft Museum(TU-142) on beach road

The city wore a festive look with scores of revellers celebrating the first of the New Year with a visit to popular tourist places on Monday. The beach road was bustling with people who enjoyed the evening at the entertainment zones and cafes dotting the long coastal stretch. The newly opened TU-142 aircraft museum saw a snaking queue of visitors. There were selfies galore as tourists came out of the one-of-its-kind museum and posted updates on social networking sites. Social Media networks were flooded with pictures of the New Year revelry. Malls across the city and multiplexes at Maddilapalem, VIP Road, Dabagardens and Jagadamba areas were decorated with festoons, buntings and lights to usher in the New Year.