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India’s first long-range nuclear missile tracking ship INS Dhruv commissioned

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India’s first nuclear-missile tracking ship, named INS Dhruv, has been commissioned from Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh. The 10,00 tonnes satellite and ballistic missile tracking ship has been built by the Hindustan Shipyard Limited in collaboration with the DRDO and National Technical Research Organisation (NTRO).

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About the INS Dhruv:

  • INS Dhruv is capable of tracking nuclear missiles at a long range, which makes it useful to provide early warning of attacks by ballistic missiles launched from Pakistan and China.
  • India now joins an elite list of countries consisting of France, the US, the UK, Russia, and China, who possess and operate such ships.

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