India's navy retrieved Friday four burnt bodies from a submarine that exploded in a Mumbai dockyard, and said it was unlikely any of the remaining 14 missing crewmen were alive.
Indian Navy divers are pictured at the conning tower of the stricken INS Sindhurakshak, on August 14, 2013. India's navy on Friday retrieved four charred bodies from a submarine that exploded in a Mumbai dockyard, and said it was unlikely any of the other 15 missing crewmen would be found alive.
The diesel-powered INS Sindhurakshak sank in a military dockyard early Wednesday, dealing a setback to India's naval ambitions just days after it unveiled its first domestically made aircraft carrier.
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