Surgical Strike updates: Mumbai, Ambala on high alert; Australia says Pakistan must act against terror groups
Surgical Strike LIVE updates: The naval base at Ambala air base and Mumbai naval base have been put on high alert. Meanwhile, Australian foreign affairs minister Marise Payne said, "Pakistan must take urgent and meaningful action against terrorist groups in its territory, including Jaish-e-Mohammed which has claimed responsibility for the 14 February bombing, and Lashkar-e-Taiba."
Legality of Pakistan surgical strikes: India has arsenal of lawful defences at its disposal, conjecture is unnecessary
While it is indisputable that, principally, bombings well within the territory of Pakistan bear greater legal repercussions than the erstwhile surgical operations in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir, authors argue that India has a whole arsenal of legal defences at its disposal and the conjectures are therefore inappropriate
IAF strikes JeM camp: Jammu and Kashmir border residents appeal for peace, say war no solution to India-Pakistan conflict
Residents living along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir have appealed for dialogue between India and Pakistan fearing an escalation of the situation between the neighbouring countries after IAF aircrafts struck JeM camp in Pakistan
Surgical strike in Pakistan: India just announced paradigm shift in security architecture by revising its retaliation doctrine
In short, India has just blown away the nuclear threshold for conventional operations and called Pakistan's bluff on nuclear deterrence. This is the second message from the Balakot operation.
IAF's surgical strike at Balakot is balanced and appropriate strategy, gives India definite advantage against Pakistan
The Indian government must do extensive war gaming of the situation to assess the possible Pakistan response, but as of now, it is India which is decidedly at an advantage.
IAF strikes in Pakistan: 'How's the Jaish? Dead, sir', Indian Twitterati takes to celebratory memes after operation in Balakot
The Indian Air Force (IAF)'s pre-emptive strikes on terror camps in Pakistan was received with praise for the security forces and the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government.
MEA statement on IAF's 'non-military pre-emptive action' in Pakistan's Balakot differentiates it from surgical strike of September 2016
Gokhale's statement that makes it amply clear that India has no intention to escalate tensions with Pakistan but will take all necessary steps to defend itself.