Monday, July 13, 2020

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Indian air force

Indian Air Force; the potency multiplies

With the declared delivery of four Rafale fighter aircrafts to the Indian Airforce by end of July, 2020; the nation is anxiously waiting for the arrival of this force multiplier.

Here’s how the Indian Air Force may look like in 2030

India will be power-packed for her self-defense, like never before!

Why we need S400 and why Pakistan should fear this

With 36 Rafale planes are coming to India from September 2019 and India is yet to finalize 110 fighter jets deal; we headed for a deterrent named as S400 air defence system.

Is diluting AFSPA even an option?

if a soldier is booked under this act, he would be travelling long distances every month to attend the court hearing which is nothing less than his mental harassment- paying the price for merely performance of his duties.

Indian single SU-30MKI successfully dodged 4-5 F-16’s BVR missiles, certainly a bad news for the West

IAF recently confirmed that nearly 4-5 American BVR air-to-air missiles (AIM-120C-5) were fired at a single Indian Sukhoi-30MKI aircraft from fleeing F-16

MMRCA 2.0: What are the chance of participants?

At present, the effective combat strength of the IAF is a source of much concern for the country. According to the defense strategy, IAF should have at least 42 fighter squadrons at its disposal.

One war India must continue to pursue despite WC Abhinandan’s return

War against Pakistan though is something India never initiated. Never. So, how can it pursue that?

What everyone is missing about Pakistan’s sudden ‘Gesture of Peace’?

Indian Govt had made it clear this afternoon that there won't be any deals or negotiations with Pakistan to get the WC back.

India’s $620 billion defence market attracts Lockheed, Airbus, and Saab

The man behind the curtain is Prime Minister Narendra Modi

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Why China, why?- The various explanations on what prompted the Chinese incursions in Ladakh

The purpose behind the Chinese orchestration of the standoff in Ladakh was in all likelihood to coerce India into exercising restraint in relation to its development of infrastructure near the LAC and to safeguard the China Pakistan Economic Corridor from any prospective Indian threat.

Changing the way we travel post pandemic

As Marcel Proust said ‘The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.’

Some men just want to watch the world burn: Instigators Motto

When some people just try to instigate people against each other, they reveal their true colours that they are not for anyone but are against everyone but themselves. Such people make me remember the quote Some men just want to watch the world burn.

The state of state

It is the call of all organ of government to trust each other and help them to deliver the justice to the needy. It will help them to gain the trust of people so that goals of constitution can be achieved.

सुनो तेजस्विनी, ब्रा स्ट्रैप में मत उलझो..

उदारवादी और वामपंथी महिला समूहों ने ऐसा वातावरण बनाने का प्रयास किया मानो, ब्रा स्ट्रैप छुपाने के लिए टोका जाना ही आज की लड़की के जीवन की सबसे बड़ी समस्या है।

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