Indian Navy’s ‘silent killer’ INS Karanj commissioned

The Indian Navy obtained its third Scorpene submarine, commissioned as INS Karanj, of Project P-75 in Mumbai. With the supply of Karanj, India additional cemented its place as a submarine-building nation. Mazagon Dock Ltd (MDL), one among India’s main shipyards with the capability and the aptitude to satisfy the necessities and aspirations of the Indian Navy.  Before Karanj, INS Kalvari and INS Khanderi have been commissioned within the Indian Navy in 2017 and 2019, respectively.

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Salient options of Karanj:

  • Karanj is seen as a small submarine having a size of 60 metres.
  • It’s outfitted with one of the best sensors on the earth.
  • Weapon bundle contains enough wire-guided torpedoes and sub-surface to floor missiles to neutralise a big enemy fleet. For self-defence, it has a state-of-the-art torpedo-decoy system.
  • It is fitted with an built-in platform administration system to offer centralised propulsion and equipment management. The highly effective diesel engines can shortly cost batteries for a stealthy mission profile.
  • It is fitted with a everlasting magnet synchronous motor, making it one of many quietest submarines on the earth.
  • Its modular development allows up-gradation to air-independent propulsion in future.

Important takeaways for all aggressive exams:

  • Chief of Naval Staff: Admiral Karambir Singh.
  • Indian Navy Founded: 26 January 1950.

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