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Indonesian submarine KRI Nanggala-shaped panjut as display of solidarity

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BAGAN SERAI (Bernama): As a show of solidarity and sympathy with the tragedy of the sinking of KRI Nanggala 402 in the waters of Bali, Indonesia, a group of six people have designed panjut (oil lamps placed on structures often made of bamboo or wood) shaped after the vessel, in Kampung Bukit Merah, Semanggol.
A spokesman for the group, Azizul Hafiz Mohd Nordin, 34, said that the submarine-shaped panjut, measuring almost 8m long and 3m high, was designed as a tribute to the 53 Nanggala 402 crew members who perished in the incident, and as a show of solidarity to the people of Indonesia.

Rajnath Singh expresses grief on KRI Nangagala tragedy, writes letter to his Indonesian counterpart

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Rajnath Singh expresses grief on KRI Nangagala tragedy, writes letter to his Indonesian counterpart
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Updated: Apr 26, 2021 18:55 IST
New Delhi [India] April 26 (ANI): Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday wrote a letter to his Indonesian counterpart General Prabowo to express his condolences over the KRI Nanggala tragedy.
"Raksha Mantri Shri @rajnathsingh writes to the Defence Minister of Indonesia, General Prabowo Subianto expressing his condolences on the KRI Nanggala tragedy. @IndianEmbJkt," read a tweet by the Defence Minister's Office.
In his letter, Rajnath Singh expressed his condolences over the incident and termed it as unfortunate.
"I am writing to convey our deep condolences on the reported loss of KRI Nanggala with its brave crew at sea. This unfortunate incident fills our heart with sadness and in this hour of grief, our thoughts and prayers are with their families and loved ones," he stated.

Indonesian authorities declare 53 crew members of missing submarine dead, wreckage found

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Indonesian Authorities Declare 53 Crew Members Of Missing Submarine Dead, Wreckage Found
A missing submarine belonging to Indonesia has been found buried deep in the Bali Sea, the country’s army and navy officials said April 25.
Image Credits: AP
An Indonesian submarine, which went missing last Wednesday, has been found buried deep in the Bali Sea, the country’s army and navy officials said April 25. The rescuers found new objects, including a life vest that they believe belong to those aboard the 44-year old KRI Nanggala-402. In the aftermath, the authorities have declared that the submarine sunk after it lost contact, following which all its crew died.

Missing Indonesian submarine | IAF despatches second Naval DSRV

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Missing Indonesian submarine | IAF despatches second Naval DSRV
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An Indonesian Navy ship sails near what appears to be oil slicks during the search for submarine KRI Nanggala that went missing while participating in a training exercise on Wednesday, in this aerial photo taken from a maritime patrol aircraft of 800 Air Squadron of the 2nd Air Wing of Naval Aviation Center (PUSPENERBAL) over the Bali Sea, Indonesia, on April 23, 2021.   | Photo Credit:
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Move comes as rescue efforts are racing against time
The Indian Air Force (IAF) on Saturday airlifted the Navy’s second Deep Submergence Rescue Vessel (DSRV) to Indonesia as search and rescue efforts to locate missing Indonesian Navy submarine KRI Nanggala

India sends vessel to help with Indonesian submarine rescue

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India sends vessel to help with Indonesian submarine rescue
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The Indonesian submarine KRI Nanggala, pictured in 2015, went missing near the resort Island of Bali on April 21, 2021. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Alonzo M. Archer)
NEW DELHI – India on Thursday dispatched a deep submergence rescue vessel to Bali to help in locating the Indonesian submarine KRI Nanggala, missing since Wednesday with 53 sailors aboard.
Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh talked with his Indonesian counterpart on April 22 pledging India’s full support to Indonesia in finding the vessel.
“India is committed to assist our strategic partners during times of need. Please accept my concern and best wishes to a successful rescue,” Singh wrote on Twitter.

RMN deploys rescue ship to help find missing Indonesian sub

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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has deployed the Royal Malaysia Navy (RMN) submarine rescue ship MV Mega Bakti to assist in the search and rescue of Indonesian Navy submarine Kri Nanggala which has been missing since Wednesday (April 21).
Contact with the Type 209 submarine with 53 crew on board was lost in waters off Bali on Wednesday morning.
In a statement, the Malaysian Armed Forces said tDefence Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob contacted his Indonesian counterpart Prabowo Subianto to inform him that MV Mega Bakti was deployed at 7am on Thursday (April 22) to join in the operation.
MV Mega Bakti is a RMN charter vessel with a primary capability to perform search and rescue operations for submarines.

Indian Navy dispatches DSRV to assist Indonesian Navy's search for missing submarine

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Indian Navy dispatches DSRV to assist Indonesian Navy’s search for missing submarine
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KRI Nanggala 402 was participating in a torpedo firing exercise when it went missing and is believed to have disappeared about 60 miles north of Bali.
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Indonesian Navy ship KRI Singa sails to take part in the search for submarine KRI Nanggala that went missing while participating in a training exercise on Wednesday, off Banyuwangi, East Java, Indonesia, on April 22, 2021.   | Photo Credit:
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KRI Nanggala 402 was participating in a torpedo firing exercise when it went missing and is believed to have disappeared about 60 miles north of Bali.

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