Special Aircraft flying Narendra Modi to be under IAF from 2020

img_0151New Delhi, Oct 09: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s special aircraft will be under the Indian Air Force (IAF). Currently, the aircraft known as Air India One is under Air India.

Come 2020 and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Air India One fleet will be on part with Air Force One that is used by the President of the United States.


IAF hero gets justice: Why it is time up for Yasin Malik

New Delhi, Oct 06: Yasin Malik is in jail, the NIA has filed a water-tight case against him in the terror funding case and the IAF’s hero whom he had killed will now find a place on the War Memorial.

The Indian Air Force has approved the name of Squadron Leader Ravi Khanna who was killed by Malik in 1990 to be on the War Memorial. For Yasin Malik life has come a full circle. One of the most notorious separatist/terrorist, he got away scot free with a number of crimes over the years.

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JeM’s Balakot facility hit by IAF re-activated, extensive training activity reported by intel

balakotNew Delhi, Sep 23: The Balakot facility has been re-activated by the Jaish-e-Mohammad. This shows that Balakot was affected, it was damaged said Army Chief General Bipin Rawat.

He also said that this shows that some actions were taken by the Indian Air Force (IAF). Now they (JeM) have got their people back.

After rushing 25,000 additional forces, IAF, Army put on high operational alert in J&K

New Delhi, Aug 02: The government has pressed into service Indian Airforce aircraft and the heavy lift plane C17 into service in Jammu and Kashmir. This has been done for the rapid induction of CRPF and other paramilitary forces into the Valley.

Both the Air Force and the Indian Army have been put on high operational alert in view of the ongoing situation in Kashmir.

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Killing of IAF personnel: CBI set to re-start case against Yasin Malik in Jammu

New Delhi, Mar 14: The Central Bureau of Investigation is all set to re-start its probe into two 30 year old terror cases against Kashmir separatist, Yasin Malik.

The cases relate to the kidnapping of Rubaiya Saeed, daughter of late Jammu and Kashmir chief minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed and the killing of four IAF personnel in Kashmir.

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How IAF shot down Pakistan’s F-16 in an aerial dogfight

New Delhi, Feb 28: In an aerial dogfight over the skies of Nowshera in Rajouri district of the Jammu province, India shot down a US made F-16 fighter of the Pakistan Air Force on Wednesday.

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LIVE: A 1,000 kg laser guided bomb, how the IAF struck at heart of Pak

New Delhi, Feb 26: India dealt a heavy blow to terror camps operating along the Line of Control, sources said.

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As India readies for Pulwama revenge, IAF lines up 140 aircraft near border

Srinagar, Feb 17: India has said that it would give Pakistan a befitting reply for shielding and aiding the Jaish-e-Mohammad, which carried out the Pulwama attack. India has been exploring several options and said that it would look to corner Pakistan in every possible way. Top security officials are of the view that India needs to engage its air power and strike at targets. A top official in Delhi tells OneIndia that there would be precision air strikes across the border.

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From lewd chats to sharing of classified documents, how this IAF officer was honey trapped

Kiran Randhawa and Mahima Patel were two Facebook accounts that were used to honey trap an Indian Air Force officer who was arrested on charges of sharing secret documents.

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IAF to raise night flying by its combat jets

iaf2The Indian Air Force has decided to raise night flying by its combat jets from the current around 30 per cent in all its frontline bases to have a major tactical advantage over its adversaries.

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