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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Sukhoi fleet likely to be grounded for precautionary checks

sukhoi20On Tuesday a Sukhoi flown by a squadron leader and flight lieutenant went missing near the China border. The aircraft had taken off from the Tezpur airbase at around 10.30 am. Radar and radio contact was lost at 11.10 am. This incident is worrisome since the IAF has already lost seven of the 240 Sukhoi-30MKIs.

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Former IAF employee was ‘prime motivator’ in IS inspired module

A man who took voluntary retirement from the Indian Air force has been arrested in connection with the Bhopal-Ujjain train bombing case.

A bomb exploded on the train on Tuesday in which nine persons were injured.

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Forget terrorists, birds pose greater risk to Republic Day celebrations

Indian Air Force (IAF) fighter aircraft jets fly past during the Republic Day parade in New Delhi January 26, 2015. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi

New Delhi, Jan 18: Birds pose a bigger threat to the Republic Day celebrations compared to terrorists. While general alerts to wake up the security mechanism have been issued by the Intelligence Bureau, the real danger comes from the garbage pile up in East Delhi.

The garbage pile up has been attracting birds and this poses a risk to the traditional Republic Day flypast by the Indian Air Force. This is an issue that comes up every year.

The administration goes through a tough time to ensure that there is no disturbance from the birds during the Republic Day celebrations. Bird hits can cause serious damage to the aircrafts.

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Beard truth: SC wants IAF men clean-shaven

iafmenNew Delhi, Dec 15: The Supreme Court on Thursday held that Indian Air Force personnel cannot sport beards. A petition had been filed by one Ansari Aftab Ahmed, who had sought a direction to the IAF to let him sport his beard.

A bench headed by Chief Justice of India, T S Thakur held that regulations are meant to ensure discipline and uniformity.

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