28 February, 2019
He told a news conference: "This was not retaliation in true sense, but to tell Pakistan has the capability, we can do it, but we want to be responsible, we don't want an escalation, we don't want a war".
The Pakistani channel quoting its sources said a passenger airplane was stopped from taking off from Bacha Khan International Airport in Peshawar on the orders of Civil Aviation Authority.
Local officials on the Pakistani side said at least four people had been killed and seven wounded, though it was unclear if the casualties were civilian or military.
An Indian foreign ministry spokesman said its country's forces shot down a Pakistani fighter jet, adding that one of its own warplanes was also shot down in air battles on Wednesday, and the pilot of the missing Indian plane was missing in action.
Earlier, Pakistan reported that its Air Force on Wednesday shot down two Indian aircraft in Pakistan's airspace.
Pakistan has therefore, taken strikes at non military target, avoiding human loss and collateral damage.
Indian Foreign Ministry spokesman Raveesh Kumar said Indian planes engaged with Pakistan jets and brought one of them down.
Airlines flying over India and Pakistan to Europe, the Middle East and Asia were disrupted and some flights were routed through Mumbai on India's western coast, so they could head further south and avoid Pakistan air space, an Indian government official told Reuters.
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A police offcial told said that the cordon was laid in the area following credible inputs about the presence of some militants. The two countries have fought three declared wars since their formation in 1947 and countless undeclared conflicts.
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The usual banners filled the streets with slogans such as, "Death to America, Death to Israel and Victory to Islam". Chants of "Death to Israel" and "Death to Britain" followed, and demonstrators burned US and Israeli flags.
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We would like to congratulate the rescue personnel and paramedics who worked together to rescue this little girl today. Cllr De Boer said she has already received several requests from community members to foster or adopt the baby .
On the other hand, this terror attack also had a major impact in Bollywood wherein Pakistan celebrities are strictly banned from entering the Indian Entertainment Industry.
It was India's first air strike on Pakistani soil since the neighbours fought a war in 1971.
Air Canada also cancelled a Delhi-bound flight from Vancouver and has temporarily suspended service to India, a spokesperson said in an email. Though Pakistani and Indian troops in Kashmir often trade fire, the latest civilian casualties came a day after tensions escalated sharply following a pre-dawn airstrike and incursion by India on Tuesday that New Delhi said targeted a terrorist training camp in northwestern Pakistan.
Raveesh Kumar, the spokesman of Ministry of External Affairs in India, said that the country conducted the airstrike "based on credible evidence that JeM meant to launch more attacks". - Pakistan said on February 27.
Three of a family were among those martyred in the Indian firing.
Pakistan has denied involvement in the attack but vowed to respond to any Indian military operation against it.
Tensions have been growing since a suicide auto bombing by Pakistan-based militants in Indian-controlled Kashmir killed at least 40 Indian paramilitary police on February 14.
Moments earlier, Indian media confirmed an Indian Air Force (IAF) wing commander is in Pakistan's custody.
India had claimed that "several terrorists" were killed in a "preemptive action" on a camp of Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM), a group that had been listed as terrorist organization by Islamabad in 2002.