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Pakistan’s ISI tried to disorient Wing Commander Abhinandan and break him

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Pakistan subjected Wing Commander Abhinandan to loud music & bright lights to break him

Sources said Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman was not allowed to sleep in the first 24 hours he was in Pakistan’s custody, reports Snehesh Alex Philip.

Exclusive satellite images show IAF strikes likely damaged Jaish Balakot camp

First exclusive satellite images accessed by ThePrint show four dark spots on roof, missing tents and burnt earth but walls and buildings intact, writes Col. Vinayak Bhat (Retd).

Kitney aadmi thhey? The most juvenile question to arise from the 90-hour India-Pakistan war

India needs to invest in its military to scare Pakistan to peace and work on its own people to understand the realities of war, writes Shekhar Gupta.

Piyush Goyal is a star in Modi govt, but IAS officers are no fans of him

High-profile Modi government minister Piyush Goyal seems to have developed a reputation for “unsavoury behaviour” with civil servants, reports Ruhi Tewari.

Jaish-e-Mohammed admits Indian attack on Balakot, urges Pakistanis to join Kashmir jihad

An audio recording of a Jaish-e-Mohammed event in Peshawar criticised Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan for releasing captured IAF fighter pilot Abhinandan Varthaman, reports Taha Siddiqui.

Muslim school kids called names and told to ‘go to Pakistan’, mothers blame TV hate

Nazia Erum, author of the book Mothering a Muslim, says parents are scared of the psychological impact of such bullying and physical harm the kids may face, reports Amrita Nayak Dutta.

‘Are you looking for someone you lost, Ma’am? They asked my mother at National War Memorial’

On the day she visited the National War Memorial, the tears of my mother, Shalini Yadav, were not reserved just for her son but also for countless unknown faceless soldiers, writes Namrata Yadav.

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