Refurbished Carrier To Begin Journey To India

NEW DELHI — The INS Vikramaditya, a Russian-built aircraft carrier refitted for the Indian navy, will leave Russian territorial waters and head for India on Nov. 30 following a more than five-year delay, a defense ministry official says. The 44,570-ton, 284-meter-long (932-ft.) warship, a...

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