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How the Air Force tilted the Kargil War in India's favour
DNA India

Safed Sagar: Historic air strikes in Kargil

By: SD Goswami, Defence Spokesperson (MOD) UDHAMPUR: Employing the Indian Air Force in the 1999 Kargil War was an audacious decision of the Indian Government taken on May 25, 1999. Air Strikes began on May 26, 1999 over the icy heights of Kargil ... Economic Times, 1 week ago
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Lockheed Martin to produce and upgrade Sniper targeting pods for Pakistani Air Force's F-16s

NEW DELHI: Pakistan has decided to upgrade its F-16 fleet, the backbone of its air force, with assistance from the US. The move isn't likely to go down well with India, keeping in mind the military balance in South Asia, analysts said. It has been ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago

Pak Jets Kill 25 Militants in Air Strikes

Pakistani air force jets today pounded militant positions in the restive northwest, killing at least 25 terrorists.
 Outlook1 month ago Pak air raids kill 17 militants, destroy 3 hideouts in North Waziristan  Business Standard2 months ago Pak military chopper crashes; Taliban claims Sharif was target  Deccan Herald2 months ago
Pakistan Observer

Air Chief inaugurates Pakistan National Squash Academy

- Islamabad—Chief of the Air Staff, Pakistan Air Force, Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman, who is also President Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) inaugurated Pakistan National Squash Academy at Mushaf Squash Complex, here on Thursday. While speaking ...
 Pakistan Observer3 weeks ago After Air Indus: CAA places curbs on Shaheen Air  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago Boeing : After Air Indus, CAA places curbs on Shaheen Air  4 Traders2 weeks ago After Air Indus, CAA places curbs on Shaheen Air  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago

US Air Force owes Rs38m to CAA, panel told

ISLAMABAD: The US Air Force owes Rs38 million ($0.38 million) to the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) of Pakistan for using country's airspace during the Afghan war more than a decade ago. Aviation Secretary Mohammad Ali Gardezi disclosed this ...
 The Gulf Today4 weeks ago US Air Force owes CAA Rs38m, sub-committee told  DAWN Group4 weeks ago
One India

Pakistan airstrikes: 13 terrorists killed in North Waziristan

At least 13 terrorists were killed on Wednesday in air strikes carried out by security forces in Pakistan's North Waziristan agency, media reported. Pakistani force carried out air strikes in Dattakhel area of the agency near Afghan border, Thenews.com.pk ...
 One India2 months ago
Firstpost.com

Unprovoked firing from Pakistan will meet with forceful ...

New Delhi: Amid heightened tension along their border resulting in casualties on both sides, India on Thursday warned Pakistan of "effective and forceful" response to unprovoked firing and cross-border terrorism. Representational image. AFP ...
 Firstpost.com2 weeks ago Pak's Continuing War against Indian Civilisation  New Indian Express3 days ago Punjab Rangers give befitting response to unprovoked BSF firing  Frontier Post1 day ago Response to unprovoked Pakistan firing will be forceful': India  Financial Express2 weeks ago
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Sharenet

U.S. air strike kills Islamic State leader in Afghanistan

Afghan security forces walk past a burning car after a group of insurgents stormed a compound used by Afghanistan's intelligence agency in Kabul By Mirwais Harooni KABUL (Reuters) - The top Islamic State commander in Afghanistan has been killed by a ...
 Sharenet3 weeks ago 31 Afghanis, 28 Syrians Killed in US and Syrian Air Strikes Targeting Islamic State Fighters  Al Jazeerah3 days ago IS plans to attack India to bring US into conflict: Report  Times of Oman4 days ago Qaeda in-charge of suicide bombing killed in US strike  Daily Times1 week ago
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Hindustan Times

Drone that Pakistan shot down was made in China: Chinese media

The "spy" drone that Pakistani army shot down along the LoC on Wednesday, claiming it belonged to Indian security forces, was made in China. The drone was "recognised in Beijing as the Chinese made DJI phantom 3," the ruling Communist Party of China ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago UNGA & Pakistan-India relations  Pakistan Observer1 week ago Drones have their uses: Make (them) in India  South Asia Monitor1 week ago Why Sino-Pak nexus alarms India  India Today2 days ago
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Oneindia

When a rat forced Air India flight to make emergency landing

New Delhi, July 31: Air India international flight on Thursday, July 30, had to make an emergency landing, due to a rat. Air India flight, AI-123 took off at around 2 pm and was flying from Delhi to Milan in Italy, but it had to make an emergency ...
 Oneindia2 days ago Kargil ghosts still stalk India's military  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago Vijay Diwas: Kargil ghosts still stalk India's mil...  ABP Live1 week ago
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