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The 24th edition of the Malabar naval exercise, scheduled in two phases between the Quad nations - India, US, Japan and Australia, commenced in Vishakhapatnam in the Bay of Bengal on Tuesday.(PTI file photo)

Malabar exercise an opportunity to work for secure India Pacific region, says Australia

Canberra | By Asian News International | Posted by Deepali Sharma
PUBLISHED ON NOV 03, 2020 11:20 PM IST
Australian Minister for Defence Linda Reynolds said that the need to cooperate with regional defence partners on shared challenges was stronger than ever.
The first phase of the naval exercise ‘Malabar’ will take place from November 3 to November 6.(PTI image)
The first phase of the naval exercise ‘Malabar’ will take place from November 3 to November 6.(PTI image)

First phase of Malabar exercise starts today: All you need to know

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By hindustantimes.com | Edited by Prashasti Singh
UPDATED ON NOV 03, 2020 08:42 AM IST
Malabar Naval Exercise 2020: Showcasing India, US, Japan and Australia’s resolve to support an open Indo-Pacific, the exercise focuses on increasing the countries’ cooperation in the region that has been witnessing increasing Chinese military assertiveness.
TWITTER IMAGE POSTED BY @indiannavy | Arabian Sea: Indian Navy and JMSDF ships during joint maritime exercise-JIMEX 2020, in the Arabian Sea. Indian and Japanese navies completed 3 days of highly successful Exercises led by CCF2 & FOCWF. (PTI Photo) (PTI29-09-2020_000022A)(PTI)
TWITTER IMAGE POSTED BY @indiannavy | Arabian Sea: Indian Navy and JMSDF ships during joint maritime exercise-JIMEX 2020, in the Arabian Sea. Indian and Japanese navies completed 3 days of highly successful Exercises led by CCF2 & FOCWF. (PTI Photo) (PTI29-09-2020_000022A)(PTI)

Australia will participate in Malabar naval exercise with India, US and Japan: Govt

Press Trust of India | By Press Trust of India | Posted by Kaleem Ullah Fasihi
UPDATED ON OCT 20, 2020 01:03 PM IST
In a significant move that comes amid a Sino-India border row, India on Monday announced Australia’s participation in the upcoming Malabar exercise along with the US and Japan, effectively making it the first military-level engagement between the four-member nation grouping — the Quad.
Butter-garlic lobster at Mahesh Lunch Home. This is just one of the many mish-mashed Mangalore-inspired seafood recipes that the city now cannot do without.
Butter-garlic lobster at Mahesh Lunch Home. This is just one of the many mish-mashed Mangalore-inspired seafood recipes that the city now cannot do without.

Sync and swim: An Udupi seafood trail with Kunal Vijayakar

Hindustan Times | By Kunal Vijayakar
UPDATED ON NOV 08, 2019 08:47 PM IST
Once they had conquered Mumbai’s tastebuds with their impeccable idlis and vadas, the Shetty restaurateurs branched out — into marvellous, mouth-watering seafood.
The authorities have issued a high alert in Kerala’s north Malabar region after the seven-year-old’s death.
The authorities have issued a high alert in Kerala’s north Malabar region after the seven-year-old’s death.

Seven-year-old Kerala boy, who tested positive for West Nile Virus, dies in Kozhikode

Thiruvanathapuram | By Ramesh Babu
UPDATED ON MAR 18, 2019 11:06 AM IST
West Nile Virus is a disease which spreads from birds to humans with the bite of an infected Culex mosquito. The symptoms include cold, fever, bodyache, fatigue and nausea, with complications leading to meningitis and death.
Ships during the sea phase of tri-Nation Malabar 2017 Exercise comprising India, Japan and US navies, in Bay of Bengal near Chennai coast(PTI)
Ships during the sea phase of tri-Nation Malabar 2017 Exercise comprising India, Japan and US navies, in Bay of Bengal near Chennai coast(PTI)

India is rather too cautious on the Quad

Hindustan Times | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JAN 24, 2019 06:45 PM IST
Respecting China’s sensitivities is a one-way street. Beijing doesn’t respect New Delhi’s sensitivities in return
Anita Nair is the author of Ladies Coupe, Alphabet Soup for Lovers and Chain of Custody. She won the Kerala Sahithya Akademi Award in 2012
Anita Nair is the author of Ladies Coupe, Alphabet Soup for Lovers and Chain of Custody. She won the Kerala Sahithya Akademi Award in 2012

Tags like feminist pigeonhole a writer’s identity: Eating Wasps author Anita Nair

Hindustan Times | By Prannay, New Delhi
UPDATED ON DEC 22, 2018 03:35 PM IST
Anita Nair, author of books such as The Better Man, Mistress, Ladies Coupe, and the noir Inspector Gowda series, says that she is a writer of the human condition.
Kerala’s fourth international airport at Kannur was inaugurated on Sunday jointly by Union civil aviation minister Suresh Prabhu and chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan by flagging off the maiden Air India Express flight to Abu Dhabi.(ANI Photo)
Kerala’s fourth international airport at Kannur was inaugurated on Sunday jointly by Union civil aviation minister Suresh Prabhu and chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan by flagging off the maiden Air India Express flight to Abu Dhabi.(ANI Photo)

Kannur gets an international airport, fourth in Kerala

Hindustan Times | By Ramesh Babu
UPDATED ON DEC 09, 2018 06:18 PM IST
The Opposition Congress boycotted the function to protest the exclusion of former CM Oommen Chandy from invitees list and the BJP also kept away protesting the government stand on hill temple Sabarimala.
A worker who helped uncover the remains of a 5th century BCE Kalinga-era city in Sisupalagarh, Odisha. Excavation was completed at the site in February by a team led by Rabindra Mohanty and backed by Deccan College, Pune.(Satyabrata Tripathy / HT Photo)
A worker who helped uncover the remains of a 5th century BCE Kalinga-era city in Sisupalagarh, Odisha. Excavation was completed at the site in February by a team led by Rabindra Mohanty and backed by Deccan College, Pune.(Satyabrata Tripathy / HT Photo)

Meet the independent fossil finders unearthing the secrets of our past

Hindustan Times | By Lavina Mulchandani
UPDATED ON APR 28, 2018 09:38 AM IST
Not all excavations are carried out by the ASI. These solo archaeologists brave heat, dust and anonymity to unearth history’s hidden treasures.
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