INS Kamorta to Join the Indian Navy in July

first_img View post tag: July View post tag: asia View post tag: Indian Navy INS Kamorta, the first indigenous anti-submarine corvette as well as the first indigenous stealth corvette built by India, is expected to join the Indian Navy late next month. The vessel, which was designed and manufactured by Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers Ltd (GRSE), Kolkata, has a length of 109 metres, is nearly 13 metres wide and has an approximate displacement of 3400 tons. The vessel is powered by 3888 KW diesel engines and can reach a maximum speed of 25 knots.GRSE, which started building Kamorta in 2010, is now conducting final trials and test of the vessel. After the trials Kamorta will sail to Vishakhapatnam to join the Eastern Naval fleet.The vessel is the first of four anti-submarine Kamorta-class stealth corvettes being built for the Indian Navy under Project-28.According to The Statesman, GRSE  is currently working on the remaining three corvettes Kadmatt, Kiltan and Kavaratti.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, June 30, 2014; Image: GRSE Authorities View post tag: News by topic June 30, 2014 View post tag: Naval Back to overview,Home naval-today INS Kamorta to Join the Indian Navy in July INS Kamorta to Join the Indian Navy in July View post tag: Defence View post tag: INS Kamorta View post tag: Navy Share this articlelast_img read more

Franklin County Sheriff’s Department hiring Jail Cook

first_imgBrookville, IN—The Franklin County Sheriff’s Department is accepting applications for a part-time Jail Cook.Candidates can expect 28 to 32 hours on a bi-weekly schedule. Starting pay is $11.08 per hour. Pick up an application at the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department in Brookville.last_img

Holder Six-Wicket Haul Flattens England for 204

first_imgCaptain Ben Stokes top-scored with 43 and vice-captain Jos Buttler got 35 while Dom Bess resisted with an unbeaten 31 from 44 deliveries at number eight. SOUTHAMPTON, England – Fast bowler Jason snatched a career-best six-wicket haul to send England crashing to 204 all out in their first innings at tea on the second day of the opening Test at the Ageas Bowl here Thursday. The West Indies captain picked up four of the five wickets which fell in the session to finish with six for 42 as England lost their way after resuming from lunch on 106 for five. Holder then gained an lbw decision against Barbados-born Jofra Archer (0) courtesy of DRS in his next over to pick up his fifth wicket and his sixth arrived when Shai Hope pouched Mark Wood (5) at gully. The left-hander faced 97 balls in just over two hours and struck seven fours. His dismissal opened the floodgates again for West Indies as Holder removed Buttler in his very next over with three runs added at 157 for seven, brilliantly caught one-handed by wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich diving low to his right. England were fighting back on 154 for five at one stage but Holder’s intervention saw the last five wickets tumble for just 50 runs in quick time, as West Indies took early control of the contest. Stokes and Butter resisted after lunch, extending their sixth wicket stand to 67 before Holder claimed his opposite number, caught at the wicket trying to clip a full length delivery that swung. Gabriel ended the innings by bowling Jimmy Anderson for 10. CMC Fast bowler Shannon Gabriel claimed four for 62. The 28-year-old Holder, the top-ranked all-rounder in Tests, further enhanced his claims with a fine display of swing bowling which saw him produce his seventh five-wicket haul and the best figures by a West Indies captain against England. Fast bowler Jason Holder celebrates another wicket on Thursday’s day two.last_img read more