From the Financial Times:
India has plans to add about 100 warships to its navy over the next decade as it seeks to modernise its armed forces, and develop its low-cost shipbuilding capabilities...
...New Delhi is sensitive to lagging behind Beijing's naval might in the region. China has three times the number of combat vessels as India and five times the personnel. Officials are wary of port developments in neighbouring Pakistan and Sri Lanka that offer Chinese warships anchorages and potentially greater control of the Indian Ocean and Arabian Sea...Full Story
Oddly, the US is moving in the other direction and is cutting its Navy.
Given the potential importance of Asia in the next few decades and the potential threat of China and North Korea, should the US be cutting its Navy?
We cannot assume that future conflict will be like those in Afghanistan and Iraq, nor can we assume that Naval battles are a thing of the past.