Balakot strikes sent out strong message on terrorism: Rajnath
Balakot airstrikes sent out a strong message to Pakistan that terrorist infrastructure across the border cannot be used as a safe haven to wage a “low-cost war” against India, said defence minister Rajnath Singh on Friday.
Balakot airstrikes sent out clear message on terrorism: Rajnath Singh
Balakot airstrike conveyed India's clear message that infrastructure ac...
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Inside Story: How Balakot airstrike became operation 'Bandar'
Last year, on this day, Indian Air Force carried out air strikes in Pakistan's Balakot, targetting Jaish-e-Muhammed's (JeM) terror training camps. The JeM had claimed responsibility of a deadly terror attack on February 14 in Pulwama, killing more than 40 CRPF personnel.
Balakot most significant Indian air action in four decades: IAF chief
The air strikes against the JeM training camp at Balakot delivered a clear message from the Indian govt that Pakistan’s policy of perpetrating cross-border attacks on Indian soil will no longer be acceptable. These strikes were the most significant air action by the IAF in over four decades with our fighters penetrating deep into Pakistani airspace.
We’ll no longer tolerate terrorism: Air Marshal Arora on Balakot airstrike anniversary
Indian Air Force Vice Chief of the Air Staff Air Marshal, Harjit Singh Arora said that Balakot air strike was very clear and unambiguous mes...
Balakot: Fully prepared to counter any threat to Pakistan's sovereignty, says PAF chief
The Indian Air Force jets carried out air strikes on a Jaish-e-Mohammed training camp in Balakot on February 26 last year to avenge the killing of 40 Central Reserve Police Force personnel in the Pulwama terror attack on February 14. Pakistan retaliated on February 27 by attempting to target Indian military installations.
A year after Balakot, lot of plans in the works but strike capacity still to get upgraded
The game-changing Rafale fighter jets will only start arriving by May and other measures, including a plan to upgrade the air-to-air combat capability of the rest of the fleet are still in the works. Conversations on an additional 36 jets that will cost significantly less than the original order of € 7.6 billion have started but the order is nowhere close to being placed.
Balakot airstrike anniversary: Air Chief Marshal Bhadauria lands in Srinagar after flying MiG-21
Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria landed in Srinagar after flying MiG-21 of 51 Squadron Commanding Offi...
Balakot airstrike 1st anniversary: We look back with satisfaction, says former IAF chief Dhanoa
While speaking to ANI in the national capital on February 26, the former Indian Air Force (IAF) Chief Birender Singh Dhanoa spoke on first a...
Escalatory game does not always lead to war, says Army Chief Naravane
Addressing a seminar on ‘Changing characteristics of land warfare and its impact on the military’ in Delhi, Naravane said the army is “embracing low-hanging technologies and inducting them with speed into our units and formations”.
Pakistan Army claims to shoot down Indian 'spying quadcopter' along LoC
The Pakistan Army claimed that it shot down an Indian "spying quadcopter" for allegedly violating the airspace along the Line of Control. India has dismissed previous such claims by the Pakistan Army.
Pak army resorts to shelling along LoC in Poonch
"Pakistan army initiated unprovoked ceasefire violation by small arm firing with mortar shelling along LoC in Balakote sector in Poonch district early Tuesday morning", a defence spokesperson said.
Hybrid warfare now a reality: Rajnath Singh decodes the changing nature of war
While addressing a seminar titled "Air Power in 'No War No Peace' Scenario", organised by Centre for Air Power Studies on the first anniversary of Balakot airstrikes, Rajnath Singh emphasised on the need to reorient the training of soldiers to meet the challenges posed by hybrid warfare, assuring Government support in this regard.
No space for war between nuclear powers, but Pakistan to hit back to protect country's integrity: Pak Army
The Indian Air Force jets carried out air strikes on a JeM training camp in Balakot in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province on February 26 last year to avenge the killing of 40 Central Reserve Police Force personnel in the Pulwama terror attack on February 14. Pakistan retaliated on February 27 by attempting to target Indian military installations.
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