IAF doesn't tally number of dead, govt will give setback figures for Pak. dread camp assault: Air Force Chief Dhanoa
In the midst of progressing theory over the quantity of fear based oppressors murdered in the Balakot air strikes by the Indian Air Force, Air Chief Marshal B.S. Dhanoa said the IAF does not tally human losses and said that announcement (on setbacks at Balakot) will be made by the administration.
Resistance hammers government on air strike loss claims
Restriction pioneers hit out at the administration over cases on the quantity of fear based oppressors executed in the Balakot air strike by the Indian Air Force (IAF). At a race rally in Ahmedabad, BJP President Amit Shah had guaranteed that in excess of 250 psychological militants were murdered noticeable all around strike on a fear based oppressor preparing camp a week ago.
Previous BJD legislator 'Jay' Panda joins BJP
Previous BJD legislator Baijyant 'Jay' Panda joined the BJP, giving a lift to the gathering in Odisha where it is hoping to improve its count in the coming Lok Sabha decision. Mr. Panda met BJP boss Amit Shah and joined the gathering at its office in New Delhi.
Air warriors' flexibility and constancy an extraordinary wellspring of pride for the country: President
Seventeen days after the fear strike at Pulwama in Kashmir that killed 40 CRPF work force and the counter-assault on February 26 by the Indian Air Force (IAF) on a noteworthy dread camp in Pakistan's Balakot, President Ram Nath Kovind said India remained immovably dedicated to harmony yet would utilize its strength to secure its power if the need emerged.
You indeed lied in Amethi, Rahul Gandhi tells PM
Congress president Rahul Gandhi blamed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for being a 'constant liar' and declared that the Korwa weapons processing plant, which Mr. Modi visited on March 3 to initiate another assembling unit for AK-203 ambush rifles, had been creating little arms for some time.
Karnataka Congress MLA Umesh Jadhav leaves from Assembly
Congress' Chincholi MLA Umesh Jadhav, whose exclusion has been looked for under the counter surrender law for avoiding two council party gatherings, presented his renunciation to Speaker K.R. Ramesh Kumar.
Following a two-day calm in cross-fringe encounters, Pak. abuses truce once more
Breaking a two-day calm in cross-fringe encounters, Pakistan troops on Monday abused truce again by focusing forward posts and towns along the Line of Control (Loc) in Akhnoor segment in Jammu, authorities said. "The terminating from over the fringe began around 0300 hours and ceased at 0630 hours," a protection representative said.
'Mind busy with Pakistan,' says PM after 'Karachi-Kochi' misunderstanding
PM Narendra Modi on Monday got 'Kochi' in Kerala and 'Karachi' in Pakistan stirred up in a mistake of the tongue however immediately concealed it by saying that his mind nowadays is distracted with the neighboring nation.
What is the Homeless World Cup?
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