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‘Monitoring Chinese presence in Indian Ocean’: Navy chief Karambir Singh

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‘Monitoring Chinese presence in Indian Ocean’: Navy chief Karambir Singh

‘Monitoring Chinese presence in Indian Ocean’: Navy chief Karambir Singh

Navy chief Admiral Karambir Singh on Tuesday spoke on the Navy budget and the presence of Chinese vessels in the Indian Ocean.

Singh said the Navy budget has declined from 18% to 13%.

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