In April 2017, a Pakistani military court awarded former Indian Navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav the death penalty for espionage and terrorism.
The Indian Army confirmed that a top commander of the Jaish-e-Mohammed who carried out the Pulwama attack had been killed.
IAF confirms 3 pilots were present in the aircraft, of which 2 ejected and were taken to hospital. Bengaluru Police say one civilian was also injured.
CRPF DG R.R. Bhatnagar says new SOPs will include better coordination with Army and expansion of anti-IED capabilities.
Even as political slug-fest continues over the deal, IAF is throwing its weight behind Rafale, the first of which is to be delivered in September 2019.
4 Army personnel, including a major, and a policeman were also killed in the encounter. 8 security personnel, including the DIG of south Kashmir, were injured.
Soldiers from 55 Rashtriya Rifles, along with Special Operations Group of J&K Police and personnel from 182 and 183 Battalion of CRPF involved in operation.
CRPF officer says nearly 4,000 personnel needed to be moved from Jammu to Srinagar due to a backlog caused by weather. Not all could’ve gone by aircraft.
Officials said many photographs of soldier with badly mutilated bodies were being circulated on various social media platforms.
Jaiswal had earlier served as the chief of firing team and battery commander in a frontline surface-to-air missile squadron.