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Friday, May 01, 2015

First indigenous nuclear submarine’s sea-trials going very well: Navy chief

INS ArihantThe Indian Navy chief, Admiral R.K. Dhowan, said on Thursday that the sea trials of India’s first indigenous nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine, INS Arihant, are going “very well”.

“The trials are underway and going on very well. We are satisfied with the way the project is progressing,” Adm. Dhowan told reporters on the sidelines of two-day National Aviation Seminar to mark 62 years of naval aviation in the country.

While stating there are “no problems in the INS Arihant project”, he could not give a “timeline” on the completion of trials.

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