Currently, there are 10 women fighter jet pilots in the Indian Air Force.
Security increased in Ambala air force station after receiving threat to blow up the airbase housing Rafale fighter jets
Although police have said that the letter may be a hoax, security has been tightened at Ambala air base as a precautionary measure
To make the movie more dramatic, the movie makers have ended up casting aspersions on Indian Air Force and strayed far from truth
NCW chief asks filmmakers of ‘Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil girl’ to apologise and stop the screening of the movie
Earlier, on Thursday, the NCW head had demanded clarity from the former IAF pilot on the allegations of 'gender discrimination' that has been emphasised in the movie.
After Air Force wrote a letter against Netflix movie, Gunjan Saxena says no gender bias experienced by her in the IAF
Gunjan Saxena said that the Indian Air Force is an organisation with strong cultural and moral ethos and it did not perpetuate gender discrimination
Burnt by Mirage and Sukhoi in Balakot, Pakistan hurries to declare it is not scared of Rafale jets, whines against BJP govt
On Wednesday, India received the first batch of five Rafale jets as a part of the inter-governmental agreement with France for the procurement of 36 ready-to-fly fighter jets.
Meet Air Commodore Hilal Ahmad Rather, the IAF officer responsible for delivery of India-specific Rafale jets
Hilal Ahmed Rather is India's first pilot to fly Rafale fighter jet, played a key role in ensuring delivery of Rafale jets to the country
“Boom” in Bengaluru: Indian Air Force says it may have been an IAF jet going supersonic causing the loud noise
Earlier today, Bengaluru was rocked with a thunderous sound after which many people took to social media to attribute the sound to jets going supersonic
Indian Air Force to acquire 450 fighter aircraft for deployment on the northern and western frontiers of India: IAF Chief
The list of aircraft planned to be inducted by the Indian Air Force included 36 Rafales, said the IAF chief.
Wife of slain IAF officer Ravi Khanna, Shalini Khanna, says that Yasin Malik not only killed her husband but also her father-in-law, mother-in-law and her mother.