1. IAF chief says MiG-21 Bison capable enough to take on enemy jets  The Siasat Daily
  2. We only count targets, not casualties: IAF chief on Jaish camp strike  Deccan Chronicle
  3. IAF chief BS Dhanoa​ says MiG-21 Bison capable enough to take on enemy jets  The New Indian Express
  4. "Ongoing Operations," Said Air Chief, To Question On India-Pak Tension  NDTV News
  5. We hit our target, can’t comment on casualties: IAF chief Dhanoa  The Tribune India
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“#WATCH Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa on Mig-21 Bison, says, "One is a planned operation in which you plan & carry out.But when an adversary does a strike on you, every available aircraft goes in, irrespective of which aircraft it is. All aircraft are capable of fighting the enemy" https://t.co/B2mZQTLBRd”

ANI on Twitter: "#WATCH Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa on Mig-21 Bison, says, "One is a planned operation in which you plan & carry out.But when an adversary does a strike on you, every available aircraft goes in, irrespective of which aircraft it is. All aircraft are capable of fighting the enemy"… https://t.co/L34rirhUzq"

“#WATCH Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa says, "The Mig-21 Bison is a capable aircraft, it has been upgraded, it has better radar, air-to air missiles and better weapons system." https://t.co/6D3yzBEQrY”

ANI on Twitter: "#WATCH Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa says, "The Mig-21 Bison is a capable aircraft, it has been upgraded, it has better radar, air-to air missiles and better weapons system."… https://t.co/o7cRX5lwOk"

“300 terrorist dead, Yes or No? What was the purpose then? Were you uprooting terrorist or trees? Was it an election gimmick? Deceit possesses our land in guise of fighting a foreign enemy. Stop politicising the army, it is as sacred as the state. ऊंची दुकान फीका पकवान|”

Navjot Singh Sidhu on Twitter: "300 terrorist dead, Yes or No? What was the purpose then? Were you uprooting terrorist or trees? Was it an election gimmick? Deceit possesses our land in guise of fighting a foreign enemy. Stop politicising the army, it is as sacred as the state. ऊंची दुकान फीका पकवान|… https://t.co/Isr5hdWQDY"

“#Rafale will be inducted in Indian Air force by September this year says Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa though he refuses to comment on PM's statement on #Rafale would have made the difference.”

Milind Khandekar on Twitter: "#Rafale will be inducted in Indian Air force by September this year says Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa though he refuses to comment on PM's statement on #Rafale would have made the difference."

(MENAFN - Kashmir Observer) COIMBATORE — Indian Air Force chief Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa said Monday that the death toll in 'India's cross-LoC airs

Don't Know No. Of Casualties: Air Chief Marshal | MENAFN.COM

Air Force doesn’t count casualties: IAF chief | Indo-Canadian Voice

“We dont count human casualties. We count what targets we have hit or not hit,” Dhanoa said.“We dont count human casualties. We count what targets we have hit or not hit,” Dhanoa said.

We don’t count human casualties: IAF Chief BS Dhanoa - The Economic Times

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Herald: Air Force chief says IAF doesn’t count casualties, govt will disclose Balakot toll

New Delhi: Following Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa's remark on air strikes, BJP and Congress have once again locked horns on the issue, with the formerNew Delhi: Following Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa's remark on air strikes, BJP and Congress have once again locked horns on the issue, with the former

BJP, Congress at loggerheads over IAF air strike

The IAF chief also said the units of fighter pilots are not changed just because of an incidentThe IAF chief also said the units of fighter pilots are not changed just because of an incident

Abhinandan will fly when medically fit: IAF chief | Deccan Herald

Coimbatore, Mar 4 :  The casualty figure in the air strike on the Balakot camp will be given out by the government, Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa said on Monday while asserting that the Indian Air Force does not count the number of dead. Addressing a press conference here, he said the death toll […]

IAF doesn't count number of dead: Air Force chief Dhanoa - Kashmir Images Newspaper

Amid ongoing speculations in Indian media over the number of people killed in the Balakot air strikes by the Indian Air Force, Indian Air Chief Marshal B.S. Dhanoa on Monday said the IAF does not count human casualties and said that statement (on casualties at Balakot) will be made by the government.

Balakot: IAF Chief Refuses to Give Number of People Killed; Says IAF Does not count Human Casualties 

Air Chief Marshal B.S. Dhanoa said: “Abhinandan flying again depends on his medical fitness. If he is fit to fly a fighter plane then he will go backAir Chief Marshal B.S. Dhanoa said: “Abhinandan flying again depends on his medical fitness. If he is fit to fly a fighter plane then he will go back

‘If He Is Fit To Fly A Fighter Plane...’ Says Air Chief Marshal B.S. Dhanoa

Military operations to strike at terror camps in Pakistan will continue even though the heightened tension between India and Pakistan has deescalated to some extent after both the countries conducted air raids into each other's territory. Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa said on Monday that he would not comment on the 'ongoing operations' as he was asked question about the airstrikes at a press conference in Coimbatore.Military operations to strike at terror camps in Pakistan will continue even though the heightened tension between India and Pakistan has deescalated to some extent after both the countries conducted air raids into each other's territory. Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa said on Monday that he would not comment on the 'ongoing operations' as he was asked question about the airstrikes at a press conference in Coimbatore.

Anti-terror ops by India to continue: IAF chief BS Dhanoa - Mail Today News

Islamabad, March 4 (IANS) Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan, on Monday asked the Pakistan Ai...

Keep your guard up, Pakistan Air Force chief tells personnel – Canindia News

Meanwhile, IAF chief BS Dhanoa on Monday declined to comment on the death toll in the Balakot strike, saying it was for the government to provide details on the number of terrorists killedMeanwhile, IAF chief BS Dhanoa on Monday declined to comment on the death toll in the Balakot strike, saying it was for the government to provide details on the number of terrorists killed 

What opposition is looking for in IAF's Balakot airstrike exists in satellite images

Immediately after the February 26 pre-dawn attack, television news channels filled the airwaves with the claim of around 300 terrorists dead.

Amidst Balakot claims, IAF chief offers clarity

Indian Air Force Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa said on Monday that Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman would fly a fighter jet once he is declared medically fit to do so. Abhinandan Varthaman Will Fly IAF Jets Once Declared Medically Fit, Says Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa.Indian Air Force Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa said on Monday that Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman would fly a fighter jet once he is declared medically fit to do so. Abhinandan Varthaman Will Fly IAF Jets Once Declared Medically Fit, Says Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa.

Abhinandan Varthaman Will Fly IAF Jets Once Declared Medically Fit, Says Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa | LatestLY

"We can't count how many people have died. It depends on how many people were there," Air chief Marshal BS Dhanoa said"We can't count how many people have died. It depends on how many people were there," Air chief Marshal BS Dhanoa said

We don't count casualities we count HITS- Air chief Marshal BS Dhanoa - Live India

IAF chief says MiG-21 Bison capable enough to take on enemy jets - Coimbatore, Mar 4 : Indian Air Force IAF chief Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa on Monday sought to downplay questions over the use of MiG-21 Bison fighters to take on F-16 jets of the Pakistan Air Force after the latters transgression into the Indian air space on February 27, saying the aircraft is cap

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