Who gave India nuclear submarine?
The Soviets provided India eight ‘Foxtrot’-class conventional submarines, and top officials spoke of eventually providing a fleet of nuclear-powered submarines.
How many nuclear submarines does India have?
|Nuclear-powered submarines (1)|
|Arihant class||Ballistic missile submarine (SSBN)||India|
|Diesel-electric submarines (15)|
|Shishumar class||Attack submarine||West Germany India|
Which is the largest submarine in India?
|Displacement||Arihant & Arighat: 6,000 tonnes (5,900 long tons; 6,600 short tons) surfaced S4 & S4*: 7,000 tonnes (6,900 long tons; 7,700 short tons)|
|Length||111 m (364 ft)|
|Beam||11 m (36 ft)|
|Draft||15 m (49 ft)|
Which is the biggest submarine?
The worlds largest submarines are the Russian 941 Akula (designated ‘Typhoon’ by NATO) class. The launch of the first at the secret covered shipyard at Severodvinsk in the White Sea was announced by NATO on 23 Sep 1980.
Is India a missile power?
Decades long projects have realised development of all types of missile systems including ballistic, cruise, anti-ship, air-defence, air to air and anti-missile systems. India is one of seven countries in the world with ICBMs and one of four countries with anti-ballistic missile systems.