Currently, there are 10 women fighter jet pilots in the Indian Air Force.
As Rafale fighter jets touch down in Ambala, the nation remembers Manohar Parrikar for inking the momentous defence deal
Many users and prominent BJP leaders remembered former Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar after Rafale jets landed in India
The five Rafale aircraft landed at Ambala Air Force station after covering a distance of 7,000 km from France
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.
It’s a small gesture, but a strong assertion of identity. India's Defence Minister Rajnath Singh performed Shastra Puja right before taking ownership of Rafale fighter jet.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh leaves for France to receive first Rafale jet on the occasion of Dussehra and Vijaya Dashami
Though Rajnath Singh will officially receive Rafale on October 8, the jets will start arriving in India from May 2020
Rahul Gandhi tenders unconditional apology for lie attributing “Chowkidar Chor Hai” remark to Supreme Court
Rahul gandhi Supreme court tussle seems to be coming to climax as Rahul Gandhi submits unconditional apology in the Supreme Court for wrongly attributing the 'Chowkidar Chow Hai' jibe to the court order.
Rafale deal: Modi govt files fresh affidavit in SC, says clean chit given by Court is correct, media quoted documents selectively
In the affidavit, the Centre said, Monitoring of progress of the Rafale deal by the PMO cannot be construed as interference or parallel negotiations.
French Embassy denies reports of Pakistan pilots training in Rafale jets delivered to Qatar, call it ‘fake news’
The French Embassy has clarified that this is "fake news" and that no Pakistani pilots have been trained in the Rafales delivered to Qatar.
Congress and its president Rahul Gandhi have tried all their might to scuttle the deal by purveying lies about the deal and allegations of corruption against the Modi government, despite CAG and Supreme Court dismissing their claims.
Funny ‘fact check’ video by Fauxy shows guy drinking urine to compare it with Budweiser, beer company sues, Delhi HC rules in company’s favour....
While The Fauxy debunked the claim that Budweiser beer contains urine in a satire video, the company accused it of making the claim
Pune Police created a fake Facebook account posing as a "woman" and lured the thief into meeting him at a place where the police officials arrested him
The Coronavirus-infected woman is now undergoing treatment at a private hospital and her condition is said to be stable.
PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti refuses to unfurl the Indian flag, BJP demands arrest for her seditious remarks
In her first press conference after being released from her 14-month detention, PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti denounced the Indian flag and pegged for the restoration of Article 370
As per reports, Alexa uses a machine-learning algorithm and more than a dozen 'question-answer techniques' to determine the best response to a user query.
‘He supplies drugs and girls’: Estranged wife of Mahesh Bhatt’s nephew Luviena Lodh alleges harassment by nephew-uncle duo
Luviena Lodh said that Mahesh Bhatt is the don of the industry, and he controls everything that goes on in the film industry
Exclusive: Conversation that shows how Mumbai Police is trying to coerce witness into naming Republic TV in TRP scam
While Hansa Research report and the FIR filed named India Today in TRP scam, in less than 24 hours, Mumbai Police had seemingly made up its mind that Republic TV was the culprit
France: Charlie Hebdo cartoons projected on government building to express solidarity with deceased teacher who was beheaded by Islamic terrorist
Days after the barbaric beheading of teacher Samuel Paty on the streets of Paris by a terrorist for showing the cartoons of Prophet Mohammad to his students, support continues to pour in for the deceased teacher.
‘Jism ki garmi’: How Hindi film industry disregarded consent and normalised rape and molestation over the years
The Hindi film industry has, knowingly or unknowingly, convinced a generation of people that rape is normal when done in light of 'greater good'.
The caretaker has allegedly confessed to police that he was sexually exploiting women and engaging them in illicit activities in the name of curing infertility and other ailments.