‘PAF F-16 pilot’: Identified father says ‘Shahaz-ud-Din’ not his son

In a new turn of events, a retired Air Marshal Wasim-ud-din of Pakistan, who media reports claimed as a father of downed Pakistani F-16 pilot, Wing Commander Shahaz-ud-Din (or Shahzaz-ud-Din, according to some reports), has said that Shahaz-ud-Din was not his son. Read More
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BJP dots Ahmedabad with posters lauding Modi for Balakot bombing

Various hoardings carrying the images of Narendra Modi along with the Indian soldiers and with messages such as “Modi hai toh mumkin hai”, lauding the prime minister for the IAF strikes on terror camps in Pakistan, dotted the city of Ahmedabad ahead of Modi’s visit to the city. Read More
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Indian military says it has proof of IAF hit on Balakot Jaish camp

The Indian defence establishment claimed, on Friday, it had synthetic aperture radar (SAR) pictures for proving that it had effectively hit the Jaish-e-Muhammed’s terror training facility at Balakot in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan in the February 26 air strikes. Read More
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Wg Cdr Abhinandan Varthaman returns home from Pakistan

Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, the Indian Air Force MiG-21 pilot who was in Pakistan’s custody for nearly 60 hours, was handed over to Indian authorities at Attari-Wagah border, on Friday night. Read More
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Imran Khan says Pakistan will release Wg Cdr Abhinandan

While addressing the Pakistan National Assembly, on Thursday, Pakistani Prime Minister Khan said Wg Cdr Abhinandan will be released as a “gesture of peace” in an attempt to de-escalate the rising tension between New Delhi and Islamabad. Read More
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Rising tensions: World urges India, Pakistan to show restrain

Following the rapid escalation of hostilities between the Pulwama terror attack, which triggered Indian air strikes on terror camps inside Pakistan and subsequent Pakistani military retaliation, world leaders have urged both New Delhi and Islamabad to de-escalate tensions. Read More
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Imran offers peace with India, says ‘we should sit down and talk’

While claiming that two Indian MiGs crossed the line of control (LoC) and Pakistan shot them down, the Pakistani prime minister, Imran Khan, again offered talks with India, on Thursday. Read More
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Parties assail BJP for politicizing armed forces’ sacrifices

Amid escalated tensions between India and Pakistan, 21 opposition parties led by the Congress assailed the ruling BJP for “politicizing the sacrifices” made by our armed forces and demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi immediately convene an all-party meeting. Read More
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India accepts Pakistani jets downed IAF MiG-21, pilot missing

Amid the escalating tension along the India-Pakistan border, on Wednesday, India acknowledged that Pakistani warplanes engaged with Indian warplanes and shot down one MiG-21. It also said, one pilot is missing in action. Read More
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Pakistan claims it downed two Indian jets, captured two pilots

Pakistan claimed that its air force has reportedly shot down two Indian military aircraft across the line of control in retaliation to the air strikes conducted by the Indian Air Force inside Pakistan, on Tuesday. It also said it captured two Indian pilots. Read More
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