US reprimands Pakistan Air Force chief for misusing F-16 fighter jets post-Balakot airstrikes, claims report
The US reprimanded Pakistan Air Force chief in August for misusing F-16 fighter jets by undermining their shared security platforms and infrastructures, a media report said
Pakistan to partially close Karachi airspace from 28 to 31 August for operational reasons, says decision not because of tensions with India
Pakistan's Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) issued a Notice To Airmen (NOTAM), closing the three routes of Karachi airspace from 28 to 31 August, reported Dunya News.
Pakistan considering full closure of airspace to India, ban on land routes for trade with Afghanistan, says Fawad Chaudhry
Pakistan had fully closed its airspace in February after an Indian Air Force strike on a Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terror camp in Balakot
Pakistan opens airspace for Indian operators for first time since Balakot strikes, AI spokesperson says operational cost to come down by Rs 20 lakh
Pakistan opened its airspace for all civilian traffic on Tuesday morning, sources said, and an Air India official also said that the 'Operational cost of flights bound for the US may come down by Rs 20 lakh with Pakistan airspace now open.'
Daily Bulletin: SC to hear plea of rebel Karnataka MLAs today; over 70 lakh hit by floods in Bihar and North East; day's top stories
SC agrees to hear plea of five more rebel Congress MLAs today; Nearly 70 lakh affected by floods in Bihar and Northeast, toll mounts to 44; day's top stories
Pakistan-based terror groups like JeM, LeT join hands with Afghan insurgent groups after Balakot air strikes, claims intelligence outputs
Intelligence inputs have revealed that Pakistan-based terror outfits JeM and LeT have joined hands with Afghan insurgent groups like Haqqani Network and Afghan Taliban after the launch of Balakot air strike
Foreign secretary's statement on Balakot strike is govt's official stand, clarifies Nirmala Sitharaman; stays mum on exact toll
Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Tuesday said that the Balakot airstrike, where the Indian Air Force targeted and destroyed a JeM camp in Pakistan last week, was "not a military action" as there was no damage to civilians
India should persevere with Balakot-like strategy to bust Pakistan terror modules, actively take up Baloch, Pashtun causes
The world should also realize that Baloch movement is about a freedom struggle and even if India cannot invite them to set up base here, at least the leaders in exile should be provided a platform to counter Pakistan's rhetoric
Eyewitnesses say IAF air strike in Balakot killed dozens of Jaish terrorists, a former ISI agent, ex-Pak army men
Eyewitnesses present at the site of India's 26 February bomb strikes against a Jaish-e-Muhammad base say they saw up to 35 bodies being transported out of the the site by ambulance in the hours after the attack.
Doctored video of Abhinandan exposes Pakistan's 'peace gesture'; key takeaways from the developments so far
Pakistan clearly used captured pilot as leverage to eke out of a near war situation and to correct the domestic narrative by releasing heavily doctored videos
Pilot of downed Pakistan Air Force F-16 Shahaz-ud-Din mistaken for Indian airman, lynched by Nowshera mob
Pakistan Air Force Wing Commander Shahaz-ud-Din, the F-16 pilot shot down in a dogfight over the Nowshera sector, is reported to have been lynched by a mob who mistook him for an Indian airman
Abhinandan returns to India: Move won't help Pakistan; using F-16s, JeM dossier will add to its troubles
Imran Khan’s decision to release Wing Commander Abhinandan, could have been a huge diplomatic advantage, but he squandered it away by advising Indians to ponder on the 'azadi' sentiment in Kashmir