Fire breaks out in INS Shivaliks engine room, extinguished after six hours

Fire breaks out in INS Shivaliks engine room, doused after six hours
A fire broke out in the engine storeroom of INS Shivalik on Wednesday (Jan 9). No casualties have been reported due to the fire.
The fire was extinguished after six hours. The Navy has ordred an inquiry into the matter.
INS Shivalik is the lead ship of her class of stealth multi-role frigates built for the Indian Navy. She is the first stealth warship built by India. INS Shivalik was built at the Mazagon Dock Limited (MDL) located in Mumbai. Construction of the vessel began in 2001 and was completed by 2009. She underwent sea trials from thereon before being commissioned on 29 April 2010.
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