On March 10, 2021, at the Indian Naval Base in Mumbai, in the presence of the Chief of the Indian Naval Staff, Admiral Karambir Singh, a ceremony was held for the introduction of the third non-nuclear submarine INS Karanj S 23 of the Scorpene project into the Indian naval forces. INS Karanj was launched on January 31, 2018 at the Indian state-owned shipyard Mazagon Dock Limited (MDL) in Mumbai, after which it was completed afloat. The launch of sea trials at sea took place at the end of 2019, according to plans, it was supposed to become part of the Indian Navy in 2020, but the transfer was shifted to the right in connection with the coronavirus pandemic. The submarine is 67 meters long, 6.2 meters wide, and has a displacement of 1,550 tons. Armament – six 533-mm torpedo tubes, as well as anti-ship missiles Sm.39 Exocet. The maximum speed is 20 knots. Crew – 43 officers and sailors. Photo from this link.