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Saturday, October 19, 2019

Dilli Series Seapower Seminar 2019 was held at INA New Delhi

The 6th edition of the annual Dilli seminar was held at the Indian Naval Academy (INA) in New Delhi. The seminar on ‘Role of Seapower in Shaping of Nations’ was held from 17 October to 18 October 2019.  Delegates including Vice Admiral Dinesh K Tripathi, Admiral Madhavendra Singh, former Chief of Naval Staff of the Indian Navy, participated in the seminar. Highlights: Session Highlights: ♦ A session on Sea Power Vs. Land Power – A Historical Perspective on the topic Security Ashore: Supremacy at Sea discussed the differences between sea power and land power. ♦ Second session on Sea Power vs. Land Power: The Indian (and Indian Navy) Perspective highlighted India’s pre-occupation with land borders and the accusation of sea-blindness. It highlighted the growth of the Navy after Independence in terms of acquisitions as well as conceptual and doctrinal growth. ♦ A session on Sea Power and Geo Economics examined the relevance of geo-economics through the history of maritime in early, medieval, and modern times.

from Current Affairs 2019 for Competitive Exams Current Affairs Today The 6th edition of the annual Dilli seminar was held at the Indian Naval Academy (INA) in New Delhi. The seminar on ‘Role of Seapower in Shaping of Nations’ was held from 17 October to 18 October 2019.  Delegates including Vice Admiral Dinesh K Tripathi, Admiral Madhavendra Singh, former Chief of Naval Staff of the Indian Navy, participated in the seminar. Highlights: Session Highlights: ♦ A session on Sea Power Vs. Land Power – A Historical Perspective on the topic Security Ashore: Supremacy at Sea discussed the differences between sea power and land power. ♦ Second session on Sea Power vs. Land Power: The Indian (and Indian Navy) Perspective highlighted India’s pre-occupation with land borders and the accusation of sea-blindness. It highlighted the growth of the Navy after Independence in terms of acquisitions as well as conceptual and doctrinal growth. ♦ A session on Sea Power and Geo Economics examined the relevance of geo-economics through the history of maritime in early, medieval, and modern times. https://ift.tt/32AdGHi

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