Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has drawn ridicule for suggesting that clouds could help Indian jets escape after an alleged air strike in Pakistan. Modi was speaking to a TV channel in India about the alleged air strike. Pakistan…
DELHI: Pakistan had scrambled jets from eight bases after Indian planes violated Pakistani airspace on the night of February 26, a media report said. The claim was made in a report titled “the lessons learnt” which carries a detailed…
GUJARAT: Pakistan was warned of dire consequences if they had not returned IAF pilot Abhinandan Varthaman, said Indian Prime Minister Modi, on Sunday.
Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj admitted on Thursday that no Pakistani soldier or citizen died in the Balakot strike.
BALAKOT: India's hollow claims that it struck a JeM terrorist camp in Balakot and killed 300 militants were exposed as a group of international journalists and ambassadors visited the impact site on Wednesday.
Indian opposition parties are launching a united attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for what they see as his politicization of the armed forces as he tries to ride a patriotic wave into a second term in office at a general election.
An Indian government surveillance agency had detected 300 active mobile phones at a suspected militant camp in Pakistan that India says its fighter jets bombed last week, the interior minister said on Tuesday, seeking to quell rising doubts…
India conceded on Sunday that there were no casualties in the Balakot 'air strike' as a federal minister said that the operation was conducted to give a 'warning' to Pakistan.
The only confirmed victim of India’s air strike against Pakistan is still unsure why he was shaken awake in the early hours of Tuesday by an explosion that rocked his mud brick house and left him with a cut above his right eye.
Bollywood producers are scrambling to have patriotic movie names registered as tensions rise between India and Pakistan following the PAF's retaliation.
The full text of the Indian foreign ministry was released by the Indian government on Wednesday in which it claimed that Pakistan had targeted military installations in the country.
Subsequent to the rapid action carried on by the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) of shooting down two Indian aircraft after violations at Line of Control (LoC), several images are surrounding the social media soon after the incident today.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi's pens letter to the United Nations Secretary General António Guterres in which he explicated about India’s continuing act of aggression against Pakistan.
The Organization of Islamic Corporation (OIC) on Tuesday condemned incursion by Indian aircraft across the Line of Control (OIC) and dropping of bombs in Pakistan. The OIC Contact Group on Jammu and Kashmir held an emergency meeting at…
ISLAMABAD: Former President General (retd) Pervez Musharraf has urged Pakistan army to prepare a swift response to the Indian act of aggression from across the border. “The strategy of our army should be to carefully mark its target like…