Participate in Mission Navy of National Geographic Channel India

by OldSailor on February 3, 2009

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National Geographic Channel India has launched TV series “Mission Navy : Lehron ke Sartaj” from February 02 on prime time at 2100 hours on Mondays. The show nat_geo_mission_navy is about the Indian Navy in eight episodes. Those who missed the first episode can view the repeat telecast on Tuesday at 0300 hours and 0900 hours.

Some of the interesting features of Nat Geo Mission Navy TV series are:

  • to give an insight of the Indian Navy personnel at sea.
  • to view the Indian Navy through the eyes of five civilian young men and women. To know who are those, log on to Express Buzz.
  • the purpose of launching the TV series is at Telly Watch.

After watching each episode on prime time, you can take part in a contest and answer simple questions. The lucky winner will get once in a lifetime opportunity to go skydiving with the Indian Navy.

View here, an interesting video clip on Indian Navy.

For more details, log on to Nat Geo Mission Navy.

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Update: March 20

Twenty eight year old Chaitanya Datla, a human resource executive from Bengaluru, is the winner of the National Geographic Channel’s “Mission Navy: Lehron Ke Sartaj”. She will be the first woman to sail on an Indian Navy warship.

She is one of the five finalists selected out of 50,000 applicants, after a series of physical and mental tests conducted by the Indian Navy to participate in Mission Navy.

The other finalists were: Sakshi Havanoor (20) from Pune, Suranjani H.R (25) from Bengaluru, Arjun R Shetty (23) from Bengaluru and Sudanshu Budakoty (21) from Mysore. Read more from The Hindu.

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