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Oxygen tankers from Singapore reached AP through waterways

TeluguStop 06 May 2021
INS Talwar reached the coast of Visakhapatnam on Wednesday morning with 54 tonnes of liquid oxygen and later, the INS Airawat, the largest landing ship, brought a large quantity of oxygen from Singapore.
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Crew change crisis tipped to be worse than last year

Splash24/7 06 May 2021
Ports including Singapore and Fujairah in the United Arab Emirates have barred ships from changing crewmembers who have travelled from India in the past fortnight ... Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement revealed this week it was temporarily drafting in seafarers from other nations to replace Indians disembarking or scheduled to board ships.
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Indian seafarers face fresh challenges as Covid epidemic overwhelms the country

Seatrade Maritime News 05 May 2021
“We are closely tracking the course of the second wave of the Covid-19 outbreak, and as an immediate measure have frozen all crew changes outside India for the next 21 days,” said Captain Rajesh Unni, founder and CEO of the Singapore-based ship management company, Synergy Group, which has some 370 ships under its management.
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INS Airavat sets sail for India from Singapore with COVID emergency relief material

Live Mint 05 May 2021
This consignment is the result of efforts and contributions from IIT Alumni Association in Singapore; Singapore Indian Chamber of Commerce and ... The relief efforts are set to continue over the next few days as a second naval ship from the Indian Navy will be arriving in Singapore.
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FOCUS: U.K. navy returns to Indo-Pacific amid concerns over assertive China

Kyodo 05 May 2021
And in 2023, Britain plans to send a Littoral Response Group, likely an amphibious assault ship complemented by a team of commandos, to the region and envisages deploying frigates later this decade, according to the proposals ... During the seven-month voyage, the group of ships is due to make several port visits including to Singapore and Japan.
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UK navy returns to Indo-Pacific amid concerns over China assertiveness

The Jakarta Post 05 May 2021
And in 2023, Britain plans to send a Littoral Response Group, likely an amphibious assault ship complemented by a team of commandos, to the region and envisages deploying frigates later this decade, according to the proposals ... During the seven-month voyage, the group of ships is due to make several port visits including to Singapore and Japan.
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Indian Navy boosts 'Operation Samudra Setu', 9 warships bring oxygen from abroad

Live Mint 05 May 2021
"On the eastern seaboard, Indian Naval Ship Airavat, departed Singapore with more than 3,600 oxygen cylinders, eight 27 tonnes (216 tons) oxygen tanks, 10,000 Rapid Antigen Detection Test Kits and seven concentrators while INS Jalashwa remained deployed in the region, standing by to embark medical stores at short notice," the Navy said.
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Ex-agency manager found liable for defection of agents

Straits Times 05 May 2021
A former top agency manager at Prudential Assurance Company Singapore breached his agency agreement by soliciting more than 200 agents and leaders to jump ship to rival insurer Aviva, the High Court has found ... The move left 70,000 policies without agents ... The 244 agents who defected included 241 from PTO ... ....
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Chinese Navy to help Indonesia salvage sunken submarine

Urdu Point 04 May 2021
Chinese navy ships have arrived off Bali to help ... The help arrived after other foreign ships from Australia, Singapore and Malaysia left the archipelago, having assisted Indonesian authorities in finding the stricken vessel ... All three salvage ships can dive up to 4,500 metres deep.
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Chinese Navy to help salvage sunken KRI Nanggala 402 submarine

The Jakarta Post 04 May 2021
Chinese navy ships have arrived off Bali to help haul up a ... The help arrived after other foreign ships from Australia, Singapore and Malaysia left the archipelago, having assisted authorities in finding the stricken vessel ... All three salvage ships can dive up to 4,500 metres deep.
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China to help Indonesia salvage sunken submarine

Taipei Times 04 May 2021
Chinese navy ships have arrived off Bali to help haul ... The help arrived after other foreign ships from Australia, Singapore and Malaysia left the archipelago, having assisted Indonesian authorities in finding the stricken vessel ... All three salvage ships can dive up to 4,500m deep.
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China's navy helping Indonesia recover sunken submarine

Straits Times 04 May 2021
JAKARTA • Chinese navy ships have arrived off Bali to help salvage a submarine that sank last ... The help arrived after other foreign ships from Singapore, Australia and Malaysia had left the archipelago, having assisted the Indonesian authorities in finding the stricken vessel.
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Charter agreed for dual-fuel LNG dry bulk carriers

Dry Bulk 04 May 2021
Singapore-based tonnage provider Eastern Pacific Shipping (EPS) announces it has entered into an agreement with leading mining and metal producer Rio Tinto for three LNG dual-fuelled Newcastlemax vessels, with an option for three more ... https.//www.drybulkmagazine.com/shipping/04052021/charter-agreed-for-dual-fuel-lng-dry-bulk-carriers/.
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