Abhinandan’s mannequin in Pakistan museum

Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan this week inaugurated an entire new section of Pakistan Air Force Museum where a mannequin painted to resemble Varthaman with his singature handlebar moustache has been put on display, the Express Tribune reported. Close to his statue are placed a tea mug and the fuselage and tail of Varthaman’s aircraft, MiG-21. Continue Reading

JeM chief Masood Azhar secretly released from Pakistan jail: Report

The Intelligence Bureau (IB) has reportedly alerted the government about the deployment of additional Pakistani troopers along the border near Rajasthan and said Islamabad has released Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar to carry out terror attacks, a report said, quoting two officials aware of the developments. Continue Reading

World Cup: Amit Shah congratulates Team India on big win against Pak

Home Minister Amit Shah today congratulated the Indian cricket team for its victory over Pakistan in a World Cup match saying it was ‘another strike’ on the neighbouring country and the ‘result is the same’. Continue Reading

JeM terrorists planning fidayeen attacks in India: Intel agencies

“Efforts have been made to form ties between ISIS and Jaish-e-Mohammad. Pakistan’s ISI is planning another conspiracy against India.” Continue Reading

IPL 2019: Dhoni brings out best from CSK team, says Sehwag

“As of today, when IPL is going on, we consider M S Dhoni as the best captain because he can get work done by his players. Or else their bowling attack is one of the worst in today’s time.” Continue Reading

People have right to know about casualties in air strikes: Shiv Sena

The Sena said, “Where did the 300-kg RDX used in Pulwama attack come from? How many terrorists were killed in our strikes on terror camps? Discussions over these will happen till the last days of polls because before the Pulwama attack, inflation, unemployment and Rafale jet deal were the burning issues for the Opposition.” Continue Reading

Pakistan restores Samjhauta Express train services to Delhi

Pakistani authorities on Monday restored the Samjhauta Express services between Lahore and Delhi, days after the train was suspended due to tense bilateral ties. The train departs on every Monday and Thursday from Lahore. The Samjhauta Express carrying some 150 passengers left Lahore railway station for India, Radio Pakistan reported. Continue Reading

Imran turns to spin

The cricketing analogy cannot be avoided. Fast bowler Imran tormented India for long with his blistering pace, but Pakistan PM Imran has now been put on the backfoot, beaten and bowled by an impatient India, tired of its tolerance and restraint being taken as a batsman on a weak wicket. Continue Reading