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Great images Mr. Shiv, specially that of the MiG-21 !Pratik Sawerdekar
All the best wishes to IAF.
the Picture of MIG 21 Was the Best. Can I use it for my Desktop Background ?
i love these warbirds
I love the indian security forces:
J&K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Saturday revealed that 91 civilians out of 102 killed in the Valley between June 11 and October 2 died of bullets fired by the security forces. He also said 19 FIRs have been registered against security forces for resorting to unprovoked firing and excessive use of force against protesters.
In a written reply in the Upper House, Omar, who also holds charge of the Home Ministry said, two civilians including Tufail Ahmad Matoo, whose death set off the current wave of uprising on June 11, were killed by tear smoke shells.
His reply also revealed three civilians died because of drowning, two died in explosions in Khrew in Pulwama district after protesters set ablaze a police station. Two civilians including nine-year-old Sameer Ahmad were beaten to death by security forces and one was electrocuted after he was chased away by the CRPF.
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