According to NDTV, Indian Air Force (IAF) pilots who were tasked to carry out strikes in Balakot couldn't sleep the night before. They paced a lot and smoked loads of cigarettes.
GUJARAT: Pakistan was warned of dire consequences if they had not returned IAF pilot Abhinandan Varthaman, said Indian Prime Minister Modi, on Sunday.
MUMBAI: Indian air force pilot Abhinandan Varthaman who was captured and then released by Pakistan after a dogfight, may return to a fighter cockpit soon, a media report said. Wing Commander Abhinandan is reportedly waiting for the final…
BALAKOT: India's hollow claims that it struck a JeM terrorist camp in Balakot and killed 300 militants were exposed as a group of international journalists and ambassadors visited the impact site on Wednesday.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan does business with other states, not individuals, said PPP MNA Sherry Rehman on Wednesday.
RAWALPINDI: Pakistan army chief spokesman Maj-Gen Asif Ghafoor took a shot at Indian Air Force (IAF) after it claimed having irrefutable evidence regarding downing of a Pakistani F-16 during a dogfight last month. Taking to Twitter hours…
Another embarrassment may be on the cards for the Indian Air Force (IAF) as an investigation suspects that there exists a link between the shooting down of its helicopter with the launch of an Indian defence missile.
'Be a professional, not Abhinandan' read a coaching centre advertisement in Multan. Needless to say, it went viral over the internet.
The Indian Air Force chief BS Dhanoa said on Monday that as soon as the IAF gets the Rafale fighter aircraft, the PAF won’t even come near its border of the LoC.
Pakistani actor Bilal Ashraf recently uploaded a video on Twitter in which he showed us all IAF pilot Abhinandan Varnathan's doppleganger and boy, are we shocked!
India has been beaten, bruised and is licking her wounds since last month. The hollow claims of surgical strikes and Abhinandan's capture have all BUT destroyed India's image in front of the world.
Indian electoral body has issued a directive to political parties and candidates, barring them from using photographs of defence personnel in their advertisements for the upcoming polls. In a statement on Saturday, the Election…