Panic-stricken Pakistan keeps its airspace shut till March 4, four airports partially opened but airlines avoid operations
India's hard-core retaliation first in the form of an ariel airstrike and then its befitting reply to the infringement by Pakistan army into Indian airspace has left Pakistan fragmentized and jittery
‘Fully prepared to respond to any provocation by Pakistan, defence forces on high alert’, says Major General SS Mahal
India has strongly worded its decision, that if Pakistan sincerely wants to put an end to this conflict it has to stop advocating terrorists breeding on its soil
He is in Pakistan, he is very unwell: Pakistan’s foreign minister admits terrorist Masood Azhar living in his country
Earlier, during a media briefing by officials from the Joint Forces, Air Vice Marshall RGK Kapoor busted several false claims made by the Pakistan government.
IT ministry asks Youtube to remove 11 videos of IAF wing commander Abhinandan Varthaman who is in Pakistan’s captivity
Pakistan Army, violating the norms under the Geneva Convention, released the videos of Indian fighter pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman
Pakistan appears to have mistaken its own pilot for Indian pilot, led to the lie about 2 Indian pilots being captured
The F16 pilot, who the Pakistan Army who appears to have been mistaken for an Indian, is believed to be receiving treatment at one of the Army hospitals in Pakistan.
In a fresh proposal, US, UK and France ask UNSC to declare JeM chief Masood Azhar a global terrorist
This proposal is the fourth such attempt in the last 10 years to list Azhar as a global terrorist.
Pakistan touches new low, makes calls to civilians residing in border areas asking whereabouts of Indian Army
The Indian armed forces had retaliated to the ghastly Pulwama carnage by executing an ariel airstrike in the wee hours on Tuesday morning
NIA raids on Kashmiri separatist leaders: Incriminating electronic equipments, documents and letterheads of terror organisations found
The raids were part of a search operation linked to the agency’s investigation in the alleged terror-funding case.
Trying to deny India’s air strike on terror camps, Pakistan starts clean-up operations of sites bombed by IAF
The fire of revenge rages in Indian hearts
The IAF Mirage 2000 fighter jets dropped bombs weighing 1000kgs each on the terror camps in Balakot, Muzaffarabad and Chikuti in Pakistan