Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl first look — Janhvi Kapoor prepares to take flight as one of the first female IAF pilots
Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl will be a tribute to one of the first women Indian Air Force pilots who went to war.
IAF Tejas Light Combat Aircraft drops fuel tank midair near Coimbatore, lands safely at Tamil Nadu's Sulur air base
The fuel tank of an indigenous Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas combat aircraft fell during a training sortie by the IAF near Sulur air base in Tamil Nadu
IAF Jaguar pilot jettisons two fuel tanks, practice bombs after bird hit; lands safely at Ambala air base
Early reports have quoted IAF sources as saying that an Indian Air Force pilot jettisoned fuel tanks of his aircraft after one of the aircraft’s engines failed after being hit by a bird
MiG-21 Bison shooting down F-16 attests to IAF's combat prowess; procuring next-gen aircraft key to maintaining edge
IAF pilots combat superiority, even when faced with an advanced F-16 fighter jet, has been proven in the past, but to ensure the air force maintains its qualitative edge it's imperative that it gets the right next-generation aircraft in the right numbers and at the right time
Amit Shah lauds Narendra Modi's resolve to deal with terror, says PM directed forces to respond to bullets with bombs
Shah also stated that the grand alliance of rival parties cannot provide security to the government and cannot act harshly against terrorists.
Bengaluru hairstylist gives ‘Abhinandan haircut’ to 650 people free of cost; hopes to instill patriotism among youth
Inspired by wing commander Abhinandan Varthaman's bravado, his haircut and the gunslinger moustache, a hair-designer gave over 650 people a similar look free of cost
Washington wants to know if Pakistan used US-built F-16 jets to down Indian warplane in aerial missions
The United States said on Sunday it was trying to find out if Pakistan used US-built F-16 jets to down an Indian warplane, potentially in violation of US agreements, as the stand-off between the nuclear-armed neighbours appeared to be easing.
Narendra Modi's leadership, willpower made IAF pilot's return from Pakistan within 24 hours possible: Amit Shah in Surat
Shah further outlined the growth of India under NDA rule and said, "Earlier we had an economist prime minister who had left the country on the 9th place and only after NDA formed government we came to the 6th place."
Students from India, Pakistan at Oxford University issue joint statement for peace, seek de-escalation of tension
Seeking de-escalation of already strained Indo-Pak relations, Indian and Pakistani scholars and students of Oxford University demonstrated solidarity at the Radcliffe Camera, Oxford on Saturday at 3:30 pm.
An MRI scan revealed that no bugs have been found implanted in Indian Air Force pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, a source said on Sunday
India refuses to share proof of militants killed in IAF airstrikes in Pakistan amid doubts over any casualties
The flare up between India and Pakistan appeared to be easing on Saturday after the Islamic country handed back Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman on Friday night.
'Fake' Twitter account named after IAF pilot Abhinandan; govt sources confirm @Abhinandan_wc isn't wing commander
A fake account, named after Indian Air Force pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, has been created on micro-blogging site Twitter
This is a dharmayudha, a righteous war between good and evil, fight it in every way, use every tool you have — military, diplomatic, communications, economic — and win it. For too long your country has languished under Pakistan’s terror assault.
It is critical to debunk the myth that Abhinandan’s release was a peace gesture by Pakistan. It was rather a desperate damage control act, given Pakistan’s fragile fiscal health and the collateral perils of escalating tensions with India at this stage.
Abhinandan Varthaman returns to India: IAF pilot’s parents get standing ovation on-board flight to Delhi ahead of his re-entry
All eyes were focused on the parents of IAF pilot Abhinandan Varthaman as they stepped off the flight to Delhi ahead of the IAF pilot's release from Pakistan.
"It is good to be back in my country," was the first reaction of IAF pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman as he set his foot back on Indian soil.
Indian Air Force pilot Abhinandan Varthaman finally returned home on Friday night from his nearly three-day captivity in Pakistan.
IAF pilot Abhinandan return updates: Airman to be flown to Delhi from Amritsar; Modi tweets 'welcome home'
Abhinandan Varthaman LIVE updates: Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman was handed over to Indian authorities at Wagah-Attari border on Friday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomed Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman. "The nation is proud of your exemplary courage. Our armed forces are an inspiration for 130 crore Indians," he said.
India-Pakistan tensions: New Delhi must go beyond military action and use diplomacy, reach out to Kashmiris, say experts
The last three days of high tension between India and Pakistan now seem to be defusing.
At OIC Summit, Sushma Swaraj's speech a diplomatic coup to put forth India's case on Pakistan to West Asia
Sushma Swaraj's presence, clearly initiated by UAE and Saudi and backed by other member countries, is seen as a major diplomatic coup and an opportunity to put forward India's case to members who represent a quarter of the global population and also represent India's 185 million Muslims in this conclave.