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Pitroda also cited foreign media with anti-India narrative to question the Balakot airstrikes
‘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'.
Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav has raised doubts about the number of terrorists killed in the Balakot air strikes.
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.
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.
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
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.
Congress leader Digvijay Singh asks for ‘proof’ of India’s airstrikes, Pakistan uses it to target India
Geo News, Pakistan media outlet published a report on March 3, in which Senior Congress leader, Digvijay Singh's disgraceful remark, calling 'Modi a liar' and asking the government to provide proof of the Balakot strike gets a mention.
The incident occurred near the Attari-Verka bypass in Vallah, Amritsar on 26 January.
Rajdeep Sardesai facing heat for peddling lies? Reports claim he is taken ‘off air’ by India Today, faces salary cut
Rajdeep Sardesai has been penalised for spreading fake news that farmer who had died in accident was shot dead by Delhi Police
The so-called 'farmer protestors' had not only disrespected the Tricolour, they were also seen urinating on the walls of the heritage monument.
Sexual Assault Vs harassment: Bombay HC Judge who gave ‘skin-to-skin contact’ judgement refuses to charge accused under POCSO
Hearing a criminal appeal against the conviction and sentence awarded to a 50-year-old man for molesting a five-year-old girl, Justice Ganediwala observed that the case comes under the gambit of 'sexual harassment' and not 'sexual assault'.
From hailing Deep Sidhu to breaking Mahatma Gandhi statue: How Khalistanis in California celebrated Republic Day riots
Earlier this week, Twitter has blocked over 500 accounts for instigating violence on Republic Day in India. Many of these accounts were from Pakistan and many were using the platform to create confusion over the Tractor Rally.
Rajdeep Sardesai lies twice, says ‘farmer’ was killed because the police shot him in the head: Here is the truth
In this way, those who had shared the fake news once would live under the false impression that it was indeed a case of police firing.
Rioting mob on Tuesday not only desecrated the Red Fort and tried to kill the Delhi Police personnel but also vandalised the tableau from the Republic Day parade.
Nude images of Thailand King’s royal mistress leaked online, rivalry with Queen suspected: Read details
The leak of the "very explicit" photos of Sineenat Wongvajirapakdi, who is fondly known as 'Koi', is believed to be a result of the bitter rivalry between her and the Queen.
‘Flag of Khalistan is waving on Red Fort,’ ‘Historic Moment’: All Pakistan Muslim League celebrates “Black Day” for India
The All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) is celebrating the hoisting of the 'Khalistan Flag' at Red Fort on Republic Day.
‘Tiranga ka apman, nehi sahega Hindustan’: Angry villages in Rewari issue ultimatum to ‘farmer’ protestors to vacate Highway blockade in 24 hours
The villagers said that due to blockade on the highway, the region remains jammed with vehicles, which have created difficulties for them