India strikes Pakistan
Yogendra Yadav’s malicious article in The Print should be welcomed: It is almost an admission that Modi is coming back to power
The article published by Yogendra Yadav in The Print can be viewed as an indirect recognition of Prime Minister Modi coming back to power so we must welcome it.
‘All can see through the lie, deceit and deception of terror sponsors’: Army after meet with Commander US Special Ops
The Indian Army has issued a statement over the visit of General Raymond Thomas, Commander of United States Special Operations Command. He met with the Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat and discussed matters of regional security.
“Our people” were martyred when Indian Air Force “attacked” Pakistan: Thus spake the poster boy of Pakistan
Rahul Gandhi said that a few days ago, the Indian Airforce "attacked" Pakistan and dropped bombs. In the process, some of our men also martyred.
China worried about changing mind on Masood Azhar, fears disruption of its ambitious CPEC project, says report.
Indian Express gives space to Dawood Ibrahim’s relative to give sermons on ‘peace’ between India and Pakistan
On 7th March 2019, Indian Express published an article where they allowed Javed Miandad, Dawood Ibrahim's relative to pontificate to India about 'peace'.
It is through this diplomatic influence that India has ensured that it changes its Pakistan policy and looks at the challenge of dealing with Pakistan in a more comprehensive manner.
Wing Commander Abhinandan in his debriefing said he saw Pakistan Air Force's F-16 going down on other side of border
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.
It's truly bothersome that India now has double responsibilities, as it has to fight with enemies outside the country as well as the enemies within
The Pakistani government has extended the shutdown of its airspace by another day until the 7th of March. Limited flights have been permitted in Islamabad, Peshawar, Karachi and Quetta.