Dhanoa: News

29 Jul 2020

Indian Air Force

China's celebrated fighter jet toothless compared to Rafale: Ex-IAF Chief

With the airbase in Ambala prepared to welcome five Rafale jets, the former chief of Indian Air Force (IAF), BS Dhanoa has hailed the "game changing jets," saying that China's J-20 doesn't even come close to the fresh dispatch from France.

16 Jan 2020


Mumbai: Bollywood casting director arrested for running prostitution racket

The social service branch (SSB) of Mumbai Police on Wednesday arrested a casting director for allegedly running a prostitution racket in the city. The accused has been identified as Navin Kumar Premlal Arya (32).

11 Jan 2020


Bollywood actor, model busted for running prostitution racket in Mumbai

The Mumbai Police on Friday busted a prostitution racket operating out of a five-star hotel and arrested two women.

15 Sep 2018

Social Media

IAF Chief: Social media addiction caused a crash in 2013

In a rather shocking revelation, Indian Air Force Chief BS Dhanoa said on Friday that sleep deprivation, resultant of social media usage, caused an IAF jet to crash in 2013.

12 Sep 2018


Rafale deal: IAF chief backs government, says India facing threat

On Wednesday, Indian Air Force (IAF) chief BS Dhanoa backed the government on the controversial Rafale deal, saying that the procurement of Rafale fighter jets was crucial for strengthening India's weakening air force strength.

17 Jun 2018


IAF ready to take on any contingency: Air Chief Marshal

The Indian Air Force (IAF) has "amply displayed" its operational preparedness to take on any contingency in the recently-concluded "Gaganshakti" exercise, Chief of Air Staff BS Dhanoa said.

27 Apr 2018

Pakistan News

India's indigenously developed Tejas is aircraft of future: IAF Chief

Air Force Chief BS Dhanoa said if Pakistan's fighter jet JF-17 is aircraft of the present, then India's indigenously developed Tejas is the future.

05 Oct 2017

Birender Singh Dhanoa

IAF chief: Air Force can target Pak nuclear sites

Indian Air Force (IAF) Chief BS Dhanoa sent a major warning to Pakistan, saying his warplanes are capable of attacking nuclear sites across the border.