Balakot News

‘Chinese official’s Masood Azhar dig firmed up resolve to amend UAPA’

“All countries dealing with the threat of terrorism have this provision. The US, the UK, European Union, and even Pakistan and Sri Lanka. If the UN is ready to designate an individual as a terrorist, what is the problem if we do it?” the official said.

Satpal Satti interview: If Rahul keeps calling Modiji chor, he will have to face people who love Modi’

Satpal Satti interview: The Congress has a traditional vote bank in the state, but they lost ground after the Balakot strike. Ours is an Army-dominated state, so border issues affect Himachal psychologically.


Karnataka CM Kumaraswamy accuses PM Modi of not sharing details of Balakot air strikes

Talking to reporters in Hubballi, Kumaraswamy said, "We do not know anything about the air strike. We read only in the newspapers. You (Modi) did not give the complete information to the people of India about the air strikes."

Pakistan airspace partially open, but issues remain for Delhi-bound flights from West

On Thursday, India’s western neighbour opened up a small part of its airspace for transiting flights towards the southern end of its air territory and for flights transiting to the West, a senior government official said.

This govt needs to stop pretending to be Indian Army: Akhilesh Yadav hits out at PM

Yadav's remark comes after Prime Minister Narendra Modi took to Twitter and criticised rival parties over the Pulwama attack. Earlier today, in a series of tweets, Modi slammed Congress' Sam Pitroda for enquiring more about the Balakot strike.

CM Fadnavis takes dig at Sharad Pawar over his remarks on post-Pulwama action

Pawar had said that by virtue of being a former defence minister he had suggested the government to give "all powers" to armed forces to destroy terror camps, in an all-party meeting held in Delhi on February 15.


Modi video conferencing HIGHLIGHTS: Some people with 'political greed' want a 'helpless govt', says PM Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi booth campaign HIGHLIGHTS: While addressing BJP workers, the PM said, "The country is in a new confidence... Everyone feels that what was impossible is possible."

There's no silver bullet solution to Pak-sponsored terror; Politicisation will constrict choices

Putting an end to Pakistani terror militarily would require an all-out war to give it a crushing blow — entailing a heavy economic cost, totally disproportionate to the threat posed by it.

Fifth column: Well done, PM Modi

So I am proud of what the Indian Air Force did last week and congratulate Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his courageous decision to allow a military response. But, a little annoyed that the Modi government has let the narrative slip out of its hands.

J-K: 400 additional bunkers sanctioned for border residents in Poonch and Rajouri

"In view of the heightened cross-border shelling, the government has sanctioned additional 200 individual bunkers each for Poonch and Rajouri districts," an official spokesman said.