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French tabloid hitjob on Rafale backfired and proved corruption against Congress, serial petitioner ML Sharma runs to Court: Read details
ML Sharma was one of the petitioners against 2015 Rafale deal, and his petition was dismissed in 2018 by the Supreme Court
French leftist tabloid Mediapart lies about Rafale deal again, but ends up exposing corruption during Congress regime
The Mediapart report shows that Sushen Gupta was involved in defence deal negotiations in 2012 during UPA government
Dassault Aviation denies French media outlet allegations of irregularities in Rafale deal with India
Dassault Aviation said that the French Anti-Corruption Agency has not found in violations in the deal to supply 36 Rafale jets to India
French MP and businessman Olivier Dassault, whose family owns the firm that makes Rafale planes, dies in helicopter crash
Olivier Dassault was an MP for the conservative Les Republicans party since 2002 and was considered the 361st richest man in the world along with his siblings.
‘My conscience is clear’, says former CJI Ranjan Gogoi as he speaks about his Rafale deal verdict: Here is what he said
Former Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi defended the verdict given by a Supreme Court bench headed by him on the Rafale deal.
Rafale jets, Bangladesh Armed Forces, Ram Mandir and VIjaynagar Tableau are the few main attractions of Republic Day parade this year
Indian Air Force Day 2020: Air Force celebrates 88th anniversary, newly inducted Rafale fighter jets make its debut
Touch the sky with glory: India celebrates 88th Indian Air Force Day
Hathras: Congress scions Rahul-Priyanka attempt to wash off mother’s sins during Nirbhaya case after trying to wash off father’s Bofors sins by shouting Rafale
Its high time that the Congress scions, who have been milking the Hathras incident, be reminded of its family legacy
PM Modi tears into Congress and others for opposing farm bills, shows how they opposed everything from Ram Mandir to Rafale
PM Modi said that the people opposing the Farm Bill are doing so because the new reforms will finish the source of their black money.
Currently, there are 10 women fighter jet pilots in the Indian Air Force.