India Inducts Nuclear-Powered Submarine

NEW DELHI — The Indian navy on April 4 formally commissioned a Russian-built Akula-II-class submarine into its fleet. The submarine — originally the K-152 Nerpa and now renamed INS Chakra-II — is on a 10-year lease from Russia at a cost of nearly $1 billion. This is part of India’s growing effort to...

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