Balakot Air Strikes


'Balakot Air Strikes' - 96 News Result(s)

  • Pak Opens Its Airspace, Closed Since Balakot Strike: Report

    Pak Opens Its Airspace, Closed Since Balakot Strike: Report

    Pakistan opened its airspace for all civilian traffic on Tuesday morning, removing the ban on Indian flights that were not allowed to use majority of its airspace since the Balakot air strikes in February, sources told PTI.

  • Swarms Of Indian Drones Being Designed To Take Out Targets Like Balakot

    Swarms Of Indian Drones Being Designed To Take Out Targets Like Balakot

    A team of engineers and software experts at state-run Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd and NewSpace Research and Technologies, a Bengaluru based start-up looking at next-generation aviation technologies, is working furiously to fly the first Indian swarm drone prototypes in two years. The drones have a name - ALFA-S or Air-Launched Flexible Asset (Swarm).

  • Exclusive: 'We Didn't Miss' - Air Force Pilots Who Flew Balakot Mission

    Exclusive: 'We Didn't Miss' - Air Force Pilots Who Flew Balakot Mission

    "We smoked a lot of cigarettes before the mission," says the young Squadron Leader who was one among the group of pilots who struck the Jaish-e-Mohammed terror training facility near Balakot in Pakistan in February. "We kept pacing up and down once we knew what our mission was."

  • National Security Is Government's "Topmost Priority": President Kovind

    National Security Is Government's "Topmost Priority": President Kovind

    Asserting that national security is the government's "topmost priority", President Ram Nath Kovind Thursday said India has amply demonstrated its intent and capabilities through surgical strikes and Balakot air strikes, and in future too, all possible steps will be taken to ensure security.

  • PM Modi's Aircraft Won't Fly Over Pak For Regional Meet SCO In Bishkek

    PM Modi's Aircraft Won't Fly Over Pak For Regional Meet SCO In Bishkek

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's aircraft won't fly over Pakistan on its way to Bishkek in Kyrgyzstan for regional meet SCO that starts tomorrow, the foreign ministry said today. This is widely seen as a snub to Pakistan days after reports suggested its government had "decided in principle" to allow PM Modi's plane to fly over its airspace.

  • Integration Of Brahmos Missiles On Sukhoi Jets To Be Fast-Tracked: Report

    Integration Of Brahmos Missiles On Sukhoi Jets To Be Fast-Tracked: Report

    Weeks after the Balakot air strikes, the government decided to fast-track integration of the Brahmos supersonic cruise missile on over 40 Sukhoi fighter jets, a closely guarded strategic project aimed at bolstering combat capability of the Indian Air Force, official sources said today.

  • Woman Stuck In Pakistan After Balakot Strike Reunites With Husband In India

    Woman Stuck In Pakistan After Balakot Strike Reunites With Husband In India

    Left stranded in Pakistan for three months following the Balakot air strike, a Pakistan-origin woman along with her two children has finally reunited with her husband in India. Married to Hyderabad-based Shaik Aijaz Mohiuddin, Sumaira Farooqi had gone to Pakistan to see her ill father in December, 2018.

  • IAF Removes Restrictions On Air Routes Imposed After Balakot Strike

    IAF Removes Restrictions On Air Routes Imposed After Balakot Strike

    All temporary restrictions imposed on air routes over India's airspace after the Balakot air strike have been lifted, the Air Force said on Friday. The move comes immediately after Prime Minister Narendra Modi began his second term in office.

  • "Clouds Prevent Radars From Detecting Accurately," Says Top IAF Officer

    "Clouds Prevent Radars From Detecting Accurately," Says Top IAF Officer

    A top Indian Air Force official on Monday defended Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent assertion that a rainy day was a better pick for Balakot strikes as the clouds could help fighter jets evade detection by Pakistani radars during the operation, by saying "very strong clouds and very strong convective conditions in clouds prevent the radar from...

  • Lok Sabha Election Results 2019: From Amethi To Bhopal, The Ten Most Intense Battles On Counting Day

    Lok Sabha Election Results 2019: From Amethi To Bhopal, The Ten Most Intense Battles On Counting Day

    The Narendra Modi-led BJP looked set to return to power with an overwhelming mandate as the results of the Lok Sabha elections trickled in on Thursday. Riding on a wave of nationalism spurred by the February 26 Balakot air strikes, the party made deep inroads into West Bengal and put to rest speculations that its influence was on the wane in northe...

  • Months After Balakot Strike, India Launches "Cloud-Proof" Spy Satellite

    Months After Balakot Strike, India Launches "Cloud-Proof" Spy Satellite

    India successfully launched a new "spy satellite" this morning capable of keeping a lookout from space even in cloudy conditions, leaving no room for doubt the next time its armed forces conduct an operation such as the Balakot air strike carried out earlier this year.

  • Months After Balakot Strike, India Launches "Cloud-Proof" Spy Satellite

    Months After Balakot Strike, India Launches "Cloud-Proof" Spy Satellite

    India launched a new "spy satellite" capable of keeping a lookout from space even in cloudy conditions, leaving no room for doubt the next time its armed forces conduct an operation such as the Balakot air strike earlier this year.

  • Balakot Air Strikes Introduced In Rajasthan School Textbooks

    Balakot Air Strikes Introduced In Rajasthan School Textbooks

    At a time when many Congress leaders across the country have questioned the authenticity of Balakot air strikes, the Congress government in Rajasthan has accommodated the story of Indian Air Force fighter jets attacking terrorist camps across the LoC in its school textbooks.

  • Pakistan's Airspace To Remain Shut For Indian Flights Till May 30

    Pakistan's Airspace To Remain Shut For Indian Flights Till May 30

    Pakistan on Wednesday decided not to lift its airspace ban for Indian flights till May 30, as Islamabad is awaiting the outcome of the Lok Sabha polls in India.

  • Urmila Matondkar Stars In "Radar" Taunt At PM Modi With "Pet Romeo"

    Urmila Matondkar Stars In "Radar" Taunt At PM Modi With "Pet Romeo"

    Urmila Matondkar, the Congress's candidate from Mumbai North constituency, has taken a stinging jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his recent comment in which he suggested that clouds and rain prevented Pakistani radars from detecting Indian fighter jets during the Balakot air strike.

'Balakot Air Strikes' - 6 Video Result(s)

'Balakot Air Strikes' - 96 News Result(s)

  • Pak Opens Its Airspace, Closed Since Balakot Strike: Report

    Pak Opens Its Airspace, Closed Since Balakot Strike: Report

    Pakistan opened its airspace for all civilian traffic on Tuesday morning, removing the ban on Indian flights that were not allowed to use majority of its airspace since the Balakot air strikes in February, sources told PTI.

  • Swarms Of Indian Drones Being Designed To Take Out Targets Like Balakot

    Swarms Of Indian Drones Being Designed To Take Out Targets Like Balakot

    A team of engineers and software experts at state-run Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd and NewSpace Research and Technologies, a Bengaluru based start-up looking at next-generation aviation technologies, is working furiously to fly the first Indian swarm drone prototypes in two years. The drones have a name - ALFA-S or Air-Launched Flexible Asset (Swarm).

  • Exclusive: 'We Didn't Miss' - Air Force Pilots Who Flew Balakot Mission

    Exclusive: 'We Didn't Miss' - Air Force Pilots Who Flew Balakot Mission

    "We smoked a lot of cigarettes before the mission," says the young Squadron Leader who was one among the group of pilots who struck the Jaish-e-Mohammed terror training facility near Balakot in Pakistan in February. "We kept pacing up and down once we knew what our mission was."

  • National Security Is Government's "Topmost Priority": President Kovind

    National Security Is Government's "Topmost Priority": President Kovind

    Asserting that national security is the government's "topmost priority", President Ram Nath Kovind Thursday said India has amply demonstrated its intent and capabilities through surgical strikes and Balakot air strikes, and in future too, all possible steps will be taken to ensure security.

  • PM Modi's Aircraft Won't Fly Over Pak For Regional Meet SCO In Bishkek

    PM Modi's Aircraft Won't Fly Over Pak For Regional Meet SCO In Bishkek

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's aircraft won't fly over Pakistan on its way to Bishkek in Kyrgyzstan for regional meet SCO that starts tomorrow, the foreign ministry said today. This is widely seen as a snub to Pakistan days after reports suggested its government had "decided in principle" to allow PM Modi's plane to fly over its airspace.

  • Integration Of Brahmos Missiles On Sukhoi Jets To Be Fast-Tracked: Report

    Integration Of Brahmos Missiles On Sukhoi Jets To Be Fast-Tracked: Report

    Weeks after the Balakot air strikes, the government decided to fast-track integration of the Brahmos supersonic cruise missile on over 40 Sukhoi fighter jets, a closely guarded strategic project aimed at bolstering combat capability of the Indian Air Force, official sources said today.

  • Woman Stuck In Pakistan After Balakot Strike Reunites With Husband In India

    Woman Stuck In Pakistan After Balakot Strike Reunites With Husband In India

    Left stranded in Pakistan for three months following the Balakot air strike, a Pakistan-origin woman along with her two children has finally reunited with her husband in India. Married to Hyderabad-based Shaik Aijaz Mohiuddin, Sumaira Farooqi had gone to Pakistan to see her ill father in December, 2018.

  • IAF Removes Restrictions On Air Routes Imposed After Balakot Strike

    IAF Removes Restrictions On Air Routes Imposed After Balakot Strike

    All temporary restrictions imposed on air routes over India's airspace after the Balakot air strike have been lifted, the Air Force said on Friday. The move comes immediately after Prime Minister Narendra Modi began his second term in office.

  • "Clouds Prevent Radars From Detecting Accurately," Says Top IAF Officer

    "Clouds Prevent Radars From Detecting Accurately," Says Top IAF Officer

    A top Indian Air Force official on Monday defended Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent assertion that a rainy day was a better pick for Balakot strikes as the clouds could help fighter jets evade detection by Pakistani radars during the operation, by saying "very strong clouds and very strong convective conditions in clouds prevent the radar from...

  • Lok Sabha Election Results 2019: From Amethi To Bhopal, The Ten Most Intense Battles On Counting Day

    Lok Sabha Election Results 2019: From Amethi To Bhopal, The Ten Most Intense Battles On Counting Day

    The Narendra Modi-led BJP looked set to return to power with an overwhelming mandate as the results of the Lok Sabha elections trickled in on Thursday. Riding on a wave of nationalism spurred by the February 26 Balakot air strikes, the party made deep inroads into West Bengal and put to rest speculations that its influence was on the wane in northe...

  • Months After Balakot Strike, India Launches "Cloud-Proof" Spy Satellite

    Months After Balakot Strike, India Launches "Cloud-Proof" Spy Satellite

    India successfully launched a new "spy satellite" this morning capable of keeping a lookout from space even in cloudy conditions, leaving no room for doubt the next time its armed forces conduct an operation such as the Balakot air strike carried out earlier this year.

  • Months After Balakot Strike, India Launches "Cloud-Proof" Spy Satellite

    Months After Balakot Strike, India Launches "Cloud-Proof" Spy Satellite

    India launched a new "spy satellite" capable of keeping a lookout from space even in cloudy conditions, leaving no room for doubt the next time its armed forces conduct an operation such as the Balakot air strike earlier this year.

  • Balakot Air Strikes Introduced In Rajasthan School Textbooks

    Balakot Air Strikes Introduced In Rajasthan School Textbooks

    At a time when many Congress leaders across the country have questioned the authenticity of Balakot air strikes, the Congress government in Rajasthan has accommodated the story of Indian Air Force fighter jets attacking terrorist camps across the LoC in its school textbooks.

  • Pakistan's Airspace To Remain Shut For Indian Flights Till May 30

    Pakistan's Airspace To Remain Shut For Indian Flights Till May 30

    Pakistan on Wednesday decided not to lift its airspace ban for Indian flights till May 30, as Islamabad is awaiting the outcome of the Lok Sabha polls in India.

  • Urmila Matondkar Stars In "Radar" Taunt At PM Modi With "Pet Romeo"

    Urmila Matondkar Stars In "Radar" Taunt At PM Modi With "Pet Romeo"

    Urmila Matondkar, the Congress's candidate from Mumbai North constituency, has taken a stinging jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his recent comment in which he suggested that clouds and rain prevented Pakistani radars from detecting Indian fighter jets during the Balakot air strike.

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