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INS Kavaratti: Why time, cost overruns are endemic to warship projects

Indigenously built warfare corvette set to be commissioned

Indian Navy | Naval Warship | Ministry of Defence

Ajai Shukla  |  New Delhi 

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Project 28, which envisioned building four indigenous anti-submarine corvettes, will end four years later than planned

When Chief of Army Staff, General Manoj Mukund Naravane, commissions Indian Naval Ship (INS) Kavaratti in Visakhapatnam on Thusday, it will mark the end of Project 28 – one of the Indian Navy’s most ambitious, most delayed and most budget-busting warship projects.



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First Published: Thu, October 22 2020. 01:06 IST