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English: INS Delhi D61, an Indian Navy Delhi class guided weapon destroyer departing Portsmouth Naval Base, UK, 20th June 2009.

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Date 20 June 2009
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50° 47′ 2.76″ N, 1° 5′ 58.20″ W

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