Cmde Anil Jai Singh (retd)

Cmde Anil Jai Singh (retd)

About Cmde Anil Jai Singh (retd)

The writer, a former submariner and an anti-submarine warfare specialist, is an Indian naval advisor in the UK. He is currently vice president, Indian Maritime Foundation.

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Developing India’s port sector to meet its global aspirations

In the last six years of being in office, this government has taken numerous initiatives to harness the potential of the maritime sector and improve India’s global standing, writes Cmdre Anil Jai Singh (retd) for South Asia Monitor

India should take lead in shaping global maritime conventions to protect seafarers

Presently, there are almost two million seafarers worldwide with a significant number from the South Asian sub-continent.  Indians in fact constitute the third-largest number of seafaring officers in the world, writes Cmdre Anil Jai Singh (retd) for South Asia Monitor

India-Sri Lanka-Maldives trilateral: Towards consolidating regional maritime security

The resumption of this interaction last held in New Delhi in 2014 is an important step forward in recognising the magnitude of the external and internal threat to maritime security and to develop a shared approach to the security of this region, writes Cmde Anil Jai Singh (retd) for South Asia Monitor