Pakistan violates ceasefire in Sunderbani sector of Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri; third violation in one day
At around 6 pm, Pakistan initiated unprovoked ceasefire violation by shelling with mortars and firing of small arms. Pakistan also violated ceasefire in Nowshera sector along the LoC around 11:30 am.
Unpacking row over IAF strikes in Balakot, satellite data: Unless India releases proof, disbelief will gain momentum
Unless India releases the evidence it has on the casualties in 26 February IAF air strikes in Pakistan, the impression that the attacks were hyped for political gain will only gather momentum. That might seem as a minor sideshow, but it will have serious consequences for the credibility of the country, and its institutions.
'Don't count mosquitoes killed': VK Singh takes a dig at Opposition for questioning casualties in IAF's Balakot air strikes
Opposition leaders have been prodding the government to reveal an official toll in the Balakot air strikes, amid international media reports questioning the impact of the IAF operation.
India-Pakistan tension: US says Mike Pompeo played 'essential role' in de-escalating situation between two countries
State Department Deputy Spokesperson Robert Palladino, during his bi-weekly news conference on Tuesday, said: "Secretary Pompeo led diplomatic engagement directly, and that played an essential role in de-escalating the tensions between the two sides".
Pakistani F-16s fired four to five AMRAAMs at Indian jets in 27 Feb dogfight; India hunting for debris of missiles: ANI
Pakistani fighter pilots flying their F-16 combat aircraft had fired four to five American AMRAAMs (AIM-120 advanced medium-range air-to-air missile) from a distance of 40 to 50 kilometres at the Indian aircraft, including the Su-30 and the MiG-21 Bison.
Pakistan SC bars private channels from airing Indian films, TV shows; petitioner says India did same
Pakistan's Supreme Court on Tuesday barred private channels from airing Indian films and television shows, amid escalating tensions between the two countries following the Pulwama terror attack.
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
Those focusing on Balakot body count need reality check; time to leverage air attacks for diplomatic advantage
Unsurprisingly, Indian media, politicians and strategists are engaged in a shrill debate on whether the IAF air strikes in Pakistan's Balakot managed to do any serious damage.
'Is all this tweeting a conspiracy?': Ravi Shankar Prasad hits out at Digvijaya, Chidambaram, Sibal for 'questioning' IAF air strikes
Union law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad lashed out at Opposition leaders demanding proof that terrorists had been killed in the 26 February air strikes by the Indian Air Force at Balakot in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.
The Indian Air Force is equipping its Su-30MKI aircraft with Israeli Spice-2000 bombs which were used to carry out air strikes on JeM terrorists training camp
Imran Khan won't find it easy to weed out terror with over 50,000 madrassas brainwashing youths in Pakistan
According to US Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA) Pakistan has total 40,000-50,000 Madrassas involved in indoctrinating young population. Citing an example of former Pakistan President General Pervez Musharraf's initiative, DIA said Musharraf feared that action may turn Jihadis against his own government
Daily Bulletin: Politics rages over Balakot air strikes; Rajeev Saxena to record confession in AugustaWestland case; day's top stories
Day's top stories: Politics rages over the casualty figure of the Balakot air strike; Rajeev Saxena who was extradited from the UAE is set to record a key statement in AugustaWestland case; India looks for a second victory against Australia in the ODI series; and more.
As renewed India-Pakistan cross-border firing rages on, locals living near LoC fear for their safety
Officials said that there are around 32,000 people who come in the range of mortar and small arms fire along the LoC in Kashmir's Uri
Winter break extension for schools in Kashmir seen as Centre's way to thwart campus protests over harassment of students outside Valley
Amid speculations, the extended winter break in Kashmir schools is majorly seen as the government’s way to thwart the possible campus protests over harassments of Kashmiri students outside the Valley and the ban on the Jama’at-e-Islami (JeI)-run Fala-i-aam Trust schools
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'
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
Imran Khan tweets he's 'not worthy' of Nobel Peace Prize, says person who resolves Kashmir dispute should get award
Responding to a motion in the Pakistan Parliament calling for nomination of Imran Khan for the Nobel Peace Prize, the prime minister said he is not a worthy candidate.
Balakot air strikes shouldn't be politicised amid India-Pakistan hostilities; national interest needs precedence
Amid the India-Pakistan tensions, the need of the hour is for both BJP and the Opposition to set aside their political motives in national interest. Careful thought and diplomacy needs to pave the forward, not a political blame game.
Amid India-Pakistan hostilities, Islamabad tells Washington full-blown crisis may jeopardise Afghan peace talks
The United States is trying to prevent simmering tensions between India and Pakistan from impacting a third country: Afghanistan, where a fragile peace push is underway to try to end more than 17 years of war with Taliban insurgents.
'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