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A visitor walks past a gun on the bow of the Indian warship INS Sahyadri at Royal Australian Navy's Sydney base of Garden Island, during an open day after the Australian Navy celebrated 100 years since their first ships entered Sydney Harbour, on October 7, 2013. The open day followed the Royal Australian Navy International Fleet Review which also included visiting warships from Britain, Singapore, Japan, India, Thailand and the United States.

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Visitors take their photo on the bow of the Indian warship INS Sahyadri at Royal Australian Navy's Sydney base of Garden Island, during an open day after the Australian Navy celebrated 100 years since their first ships entered Sydney Harbour, on October 7, 2013. The open day followed the Royal Australian Navy International Fleet Review which also included visiting warships from Britain, Singapore, Japan, India, Thailand and the United States.

Visitors take their

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Visitors take their photo on the bow of the Indian warship INS Sahyadri at Royal Australian Navy's Sydney base of Garden Island, during an open day after the Australian Navy celebrated 100 years since their first ships entered Sydney Harbour, on October 7, 2013. The open day followed the Royal Australian Navy International Fleet Review which also included visiting warships from Britain, Singapore, Japan, India, Thailand and the United States.

Visitors take their

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Visitors take their photo on the bow of the Indian warship INS Sahyadri at Royal Australian Navy's Sydney base of Garden Island, during an open day after the Australian Navy celebrated 100 years since their first ships entered Sydney Harbour, on October 7, 2013. The open day followed the Royal Australian Navy International Fleet Review which also included visiting warships from Britain, Singapore, Japan, India, Thailand and the United States.

Visitors take their

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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 04: Indian Navy warship, INS Sahyadri arrives in Sydney Harbour on October 4, 2013 in Sydney, Australia. Over 50 ships will participate in the International Fleet Review at Sydney Harbour to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the Royal Australian Navy's fleet arriving into Sydney. Prince Harry will take part in the fleet review during his two-day visit to Australia.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA -

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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 04: Indian Navy warship, INS Sahyadri arrives in Sydney Harbour on October 4, 2013 in Sydney, Australia. Over 50 ships will participate in the International Fleet Review at Sydney Harbour to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the Royal Australian Navy's fleet arriving into Sydney. Prince Harry will take part in the fleet review during his two-day visit to Australia.

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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 04: British Royal Navy warship HMS Daring (R), Royal New Zealand Navy warship, HMNZS Te Mana (C) and Indian Navy warship INS Sahyadri arrive in Sydney Harbour, on October 4, 2013 in Sydney, Australia. Over 50 ships will participate in the International Fleet Review at Sydney Harbour to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the Royal Australian Navy's fleet arriving into Sydney. Prince Harry will take part in the fleet review during his two-day visit to Australia.

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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 04: Royal New Zealand Navy warship, HMNZS Te Mana (R) and Indian Navy warship INS Sahyadri arrive in Sydney Harbour, on October 4, 2013 in Sydney, Australia. Over 50 ships will participate in the International Fleet Review at Sydney Harbour to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the Royal Australian Navy's fleet arriving into Sydney. Prince Harry will take part in the fleet review during his two-day visit to Australia.

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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 04: Indian Navy warshipl, INS Sahyadri arrives in Sydney Harbour on October 4, 2013 in Sydney, Australia. Over 50 ships will participate in the International Fleet Review at Sydney Harbour to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the Royal Australian Navy's fleet arriving into Sydney. Prince Harry will take part in the fleet review during his two-day visit to Australia.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA -

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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 04: Indian Navy warshipl, INS Sahyadri arrives in Sydney Harbour on October 4, 2013 in Sydney, Australia. Over 50 ships will participate in the International Fleet Review at Sydney Harbour to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the Royal Australian Navy's fleet arriving into Sydney. Prince Harry will take part in the fleet review during his two-day visit to Australia.

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Hem Raj Sharma, (2R) father of Indian Navy sailor Atul Sharma - one of 18 missing Indian Navy sailors - watches during a symbolic cremation ceremony of his baggage and belongings in Amritsar on October 2, 2013. India's navy has retrieved four charred bodies from a submarine that exploded in a Mumbai dockyard, and said it was unlikely any of the other 14 missing crewmen would be found alive. The diesel-powered INS Sindhurakshak sank in a military dockyard early August 14, dealing a setback to India's naval ambitions just days after it unveiled its first domestically made aircraft carrier.

Hem Raj Sharma,

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Indian Navy personel carry a symbolic coffin in tribute to Atul Sharma - one of 18 missing Indian Navy sailors - during a symbolic cremation ceremony of his baggage and belongings in Amritsar on October 2, 2013. India's navy has retrieved four charred bodies from a submarine that exploded in a Mumbai dockyard, and said it was unlikely any of the other 14 missing crewmen would be found alive. The diesel-powered INS Sindhurakshak sank in a military dockyard early August 14, dealing a setback to India's naval ambitions just days after it unveiled its first domestically made aircraft carrier.

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Sushma Sharma, (CR) mother of Indian Navy sailor Atul Sharma - one of 18 missing Indian Navy sailors - watches during a symbolic cremation ceremony of his baggage and belongings in Amritsar on October 2, 2013. India's navy has retrieved four charred bodies from a submarine that exploded in a Mumbai dockyard, and said it was unlikely any of the other 14 missing crewmen would be found alive. The diesel-powered INS Sindhurakshak sank in a military dockyard early August 14, dealing a setback to India's naval ambitions just days after it unveiled its first domestically made aircraft carrier.

Sushma Sharma, (CR)

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Sushma Sharma, (R) mother of Indian Navy sailor Atul Sharma - one of 18 missing Indian Navy sailors - watches during a symbolic cremation ceremony of his baggage and belongings in Amritsar on October 2, 2013. India's navy has retrieved four charred bodies from a submarine that exploded in a Mumbai dockyard, and said it was unlikely any of the other 14 missing crewmen would be found alive. The diesel-powered INS Sindhurakshak sank in a military dockyard early August 14, dealing a setback to India's naval ambitions just days after it unveiled its first domestically made aircraft carrier.

Sushma Sharma, (R)

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An Indian Navy officer (C) pays tribute to Atul Sharma - one of 18 missing Indian Navy sailors - during a symbolic cremation ceremony of his baggage and belongings in Amritsar on October 2, 2013. India's navy has retrieved four charred bodies from a submarine that exploded in a Mumbai dockyard, and said it was unlikely any of the other 14 missing crewmen would be found alive. The diesel-powered INS Sindhurakshak sank in a military dockyard early August 14, dealing a setback to India's naval ambitions just days after it unveiled its first domestically made aircraft carrier.

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Indian woman Suman Sharma poses as she holds a photograph of her son Atul Sharma - one of 18 missing Indian Navy sailors - in Amritsar on August 16, 2013. India's navy has retrieved four charred bodies from a submarine that exploded in a Mumbai dockyard, and said it was unlikely any of the other 14 missing crewmen would be found alive. The diesel-powered INS Sindhurakshak sank in a military dockyard early August 14, dealing a setback to India's naval ambitions just days after it unveiled its first domestically made aircraft carrier. Navy divers managed to enter the vessel, whose forward section was totally destroyed in the fire, but their progress was hampered by extreme heat, poor visibility and mangled hatches.

Indian woman Suman

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Indian woman Suman Sharma (R) poses with her daughter Rashmi (L) as she holds a photograph of her son Atul Sharma - one of 18 missing Indian Navy sailors - in Amritsar on August 16, 2013. India's navy has retrieved four charred bodies from a submarine that exploded in a Mumbai dockyard, and said it was unlikely any of the other 14 missing crewmen would be found alive. The diesel-powered INS Sindhurakshak sank in a military dockyard early August 14, dealing a setback to India's naval ambitions just days after it unveiled its first domestically made aircraft carrier. Navy divers managed to enter the vessel, whose forward section was totally destroyed in the fire, but their progress was hampered by extreme heat, poor visibility and mangled hatches.

Indian woman Suman

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Indian woman Suman Sharma poses as she holds a photograph of her son Atul Sharma - one of 18 missing Indian Navy sailors - in Amritsar on August 16, 2013. India's navy has retrieved four charred bodies from a submarine that exploded in a Mumbai dockyard, and said it was unlikely any of the other 14 missing crewmen would be found alive. The diesel-powered INS Sindhurakshak sank in a military dockyard early August 14, dealing a setback to India's naval ambitions just days after it unveiled its first domestically made aircraft carrier. Navy divers managed to enter the vessel, whose forward section was totally destroyed in the fire, but their progress was hampered by extreme heat, poor visibility and mangled hatches.

Indian woman Suman

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