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Day after Amit Shah says Balakot air strikes killed 'more than 250 terrorists', IAF chief tells media they don't count casualties
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Day after Amit Shah says Balakot air strikes killed 'more than 250 terrorists', IAF chief tells media they don't count casualties

A day after BJP president Amit Shah said the Balakot air strikes killed 'more than 250 terrorists', IAF Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa said the air force does not don't count casualties, it only hits targets.

India-Pakistan air strikes: IAF chief BS Dhanoa says, 'Our job is to hit targets, not count casualties'
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India-Pakistan air strikes: IAF chief BS Dhanoa says, 'Our job is to hit targets, not count casualties'

Air Chief Marshal Birender Singh Dhanoa in a press briefing in Coimbatore on Monday said that the Indian Air Force’s (IAF) job is to hit their targets and not count casualties

Govt, IAF had no role in choosing offset partner in Rafale deal, it was Dassault's decision: Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa
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Govt, IAF had no role in choosing offset partner in Rafale deal, it was Dassault's decision: Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa

Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa said that negotiations for the Rafale deal had reached such an advanced stage that "if we didn't go forward, we would have gone back six years".

Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa's thumbs-up for Rafale jet has no relevance; no such thing as 'bad' fighter aircraft
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Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa's thumbs-up for Rafale jet has no relevance; no such thing as 'bad' fighter aircraft

We are way past the time for endorsements for the Rafale. We need to appreciate that there is more than one enemy at the gate and the IAF is relatively toothless

Rafale jets will give Indian Air Force more teeth to fight grave threats, says Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa
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Rafale jets will give Indian Air Force more teeth to fight grave threats, says Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa

In July last year, Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa, during his visit to France, flew a Rafale jet at the Saint-Dizier airbase to gain a first-hand experience of the aircraft.