IAF inquiry rules out failure or sabotage, blames weather for helicopter crash killing CDS General Rawat
General Rawat, his wife Madhulika, and 12 armed forces officers died in a helicopter crash near Coonoor in Tamil Nadu in December 2021
Ministry of Information and Technology blocks social media profiles distributing fake footage of cabinet briefing
The move comes on accounts disseminating modified recordings of cabinet briefing and spreading fake news about the Govt
‘Tamils Nadus behind IAF chopper crash because Amit Shah wants to be PM’: Pakistani politician Rehman Malik floats wild theories
During talk show Rehman Malik alleged India is funding the TTP in Pakistan and Danish Siddiqui was killed because he was there to expose the 'link' between India and Taliban.
Painkillers, not drunk: Journalist Deepak Chaurasia clarifies over viral video where he fumbled on air
In a video that had gone viral last week, Chaurasia was fumbling live on air while hosting a show on the tragic helicopter crash in which CDS Gen Bipin Rawat, his wife and other personnel of armed forces lost their lives
LGBTQ activist group tells people ‘not to be scared’ in abusing the deceased CDS Gen Rawat after his death
An LGBTQ group, 'Yes, We Exist', recently took to Instagram to subtly promote hate against martyred CDS Gen Bipin Rawat
Jammu and Kashmir Bank, Srinagar has reportedly suspended an employee named Afreen Naqash for making derogatory remarks on a social media platform over the tragic death of CDS Bipin Rawat.
Ambulance carrying mortal remains of IAF chopper crash victims meets with an accident, officers sustain minor injuries
The mortal remains of the soldier were moved to another ambulance and the police officers who were injured received first aid.
The armed forces protect and guard the very same boundaries that these entities want to make obsolete. Hence, the patriotic, steadfast, strong Indian soldier is their nemesis.
Islamist from Pakistan changed name to Hindu name on Twitter after being called out for abusing late CDS Bipin Rawat
India's first CDS and former Army Chief General Bipin Rawat was in a IAF chopper that crashed in the Nilgiris earlier today.
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