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Pakistan has been desperately trying to reduce the tensions along the borders which had spiked after the Pulwama attack which killed 40 Indian CRPF personnel
Balakot airstrike killed 130-170 JeM terrorists, 45 still being treated by Pakistan Army doctors: Italian journalist
The report says those grievously injured in the Balakot airstrikes are being medically treated at Pakistan Army base in Shinkari
Sam Pitroda had also came out in defence of Pakistan saying that the country should not be punished because of the acts of a few terrorists.
Kumaraswamy said that the Prime Minister was publicising the air strikes as if he himself had carried out the strikes.
Recently, he had stated that India is yet to realise the potential of mobile phones and Indians with mobile phones are no more than monkeys with new toys.
The Print article by Shekhar Gupta on air battle after Balakot airstrikes peddles faulty analysis, half truths and whole lies
In most cases, commentators have tried to be factual and present as accurate an account of the aerial battle as possible. A noted exception has been an article carried in The Print and written no less by Shekhar Gupta.
Citing differing numbers of terrorists killed, Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel raised suspicion over the authenticity of the Balakot airstrikes
Sam Pitroda had, earlier today, trivialised the Pulwama attack, saying that such attacks happen all the time.
Pitroda also cited foreign media with anti-India narrative to question the Balakot airstrikes
After Digvijay Singh and Kapil Sibal, Kamal Nath cites foreign media reports to question the Balakot airstrike
“I don’t understand what’s keeping the government away from disclosing these facts. When the government talks so much about it (air strikes), it should disclose everything,’’ Kamal Nath said.
Balakot airstrikes : ‘If we plan to hit the target, we hit the target’, asserts Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa
Air Chief Marshal Birender Singh Dhanoa on Monday categorically said that Indian Air Force has successfully hit the target that was intended to be hit
After PM Modi’s diplomatic victories post Balakot airstrikes, ones who derided him for his foreign visits are nowhere to be seen
This was the finest hour for PM Modi and a vindication of his time and method on foreign trips even as these disgusting forces never lost a chance to haul the prime minister through the coals
IAF’s Su 30MKI combat aircraft to be equipped with Spice-2000 bombs used for the airstrikes in Balakot
Currently, the Mirage 2000 is the only aircraft in the Indian Air Force capable of delivering the Spice-2000 bombs on enemy targets.
At least four Jaish terrorists arrested between 2014-17 were trained in Balakot terror camp struck by India’s airstrikes: Report
The Indian Express report suggests that the Jaish terrorists had undergone different training courses. The terrorists were trained with a three-month advance combat course called Daura-e-Khas and an advanced arms training course called Daura-Al-Raad, officials said.
Indian Air Force conducts three airstrikes at joint terror camps of Jaish, Lashkar and Hizbul Mujahideen at Balakot, Muzaffarabad, Chakoti
Air strikes reportedly took place in this region for as many as 21 minutes
Pakistan’s Jazz TV mocks Wing Commander Abhinandan’s capture during Balakot air strikes in World Cup ad
India takes on archnemesis Pakistan on the cricket ground in ICC Cricket World Cup on Sunday, June 16
Indian Air Force likely to buy ‘bunker-buster’ version of the Spice-2000 bomb used in Balakot strikes
India plans to buy the bunker buster version of the guided bomb used in Balakot strike
The Punjab CM insisted that demanding proof from the government was no way an unpatriotic gesture.
PM Modi lashes out on opposition in Kolkata rally, says they lacked political will for airstrikes and ASAT test
Prime Minister Modi addressed a rally at Kolkata's Brigade Ground yesterday, the same venue where leaders of the Mahagathbandhan had gathered in January. It was Narendra Modi's second rally in West Bengal yesterday after the first at Siliguri.
Arun Jaitley takes ‘Guru-Shishya’ jibe on Rahul Gandhi after his mentor Sam Pitroda’s remarks against Indian airstrikes
In an apparent reference to Rahul Gandhi, Jaitley asserted that if one's mentor(Sam Pitroda) is like this, we can understand how incompetent and disastrous his protege would be for the nation.
‘Attacks happen all the time, Airstrikes on Pakistan wrong approach’: Rahul Gandhi’s close aide Sam Pitroda shields Pakistan
The statements made by Sam Pitroda are neither shocking nor surprising anymore as Congress leaders have been raising doubts on the Balakot air strikes conducted by the Indian Airforce
Pakistan shifted bodies, enough evidence that Indian airstrikes were successful: US based activist from Gilgit
Pakistan has continued to maintain that Indian bombs had destroyed nothing but a few trees in the region during the airstrikes at Balakot. It was even considering registering a complaint against India at the UN for 'eco-terrorism'.
‘If we stop this now, they will attack with us reinvigorated force’: Former COAS Gen Bikram Singh on Balakot strikes
Genral Bikram Singh said, "We should remember that terrorism will continue in Jammu & Kashmir. You have seen how the Pakistani Army, their government and their Prime Minister protects terrorists like Hafiz Saeed. Pakistan will keep making claims but will do nothing."
Maharashtra: Congress MLC makes abusive vulgar gesture against PM Modi while claiming not even an ant was killed in Balakot strike
Congress MLC Haribhau Rathod uttered vulgar phrase to ridicule Modi and discredit Balakot air strikes
The latest report by times Now claims 263 terrorists were present at Jaba top JeM camp at the time of the air strikes in Balakot, including 16-18 top Jaish-e-Mohammad commanders.
If the ‘liberals’ were not foolish, they would never have to ask these 7 questions about Balakot strikes and its aftermath
Not surprisingly, our ‘secular’ opposition and 'liberal' ecosystem would rather embrace the Pakistani version of what happened in the Balakot airstrikes and its aftermath
Congress shenanigans: After Digvijaya Singh, Kapil Sibal, Kamal Nath, now Ashok Gehlot doubts authenticity of Balakot air strikes
Ashok Gehlot had cited international media reports to raise his suspicions over the authenticity of the air strikes done by the IAF in Pakistan’s Balakot
After repeatedly claiming India’s air strikes damaged nothing, Pakistan denies international media access to Balakot site, again
Pakistan has been consistently blocking access to media representatives from visiting the site of India's air strikes.
Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav has raised doubts about the number of terrorists killed in the Balakot air strikes.
You went to London for evidence against EVMs, now go to Balakot – Rajyavardhan Rathore fires shot at Sibal
The Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa has already confirmed that his Air force had struck the intended targets. But some Indian politicians are desperate to discredit our armed forces and peddle Pakistan's version.