The excitement around Rafale fighters is at an all time high with five Rafale fighter jets landing at the Indian Air Force base in Ambala, Haryana. The twin-engine multi-role combat aircraft developed by French aircraft manufacturer Dassault is capable of a range of combat roles including ground support, aerial reconnaissance, interception, in-depth strikes and nuclear deterrence. While a lot can be known about the Rafale and also be seen in YouTube videos, most civilians will rarely get a chance to see it up close. So, if you are itching to get a feel of what it takes to fly a Rafale fighter jet then you can thank the Indian Air Force for having a simulation game available for free on both iOS and Android. The simulation game called ‘Indian Air Force – A Cut Above’ allows users to choose from aircrafts like Tejas, Rafale, Mirage-2000, Su-30 among others. 03:02 … [Read more...] about Indian Air Force game will give you a feel of flying Rafale fighter jets
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Das’ position is particularly concerning given the escalation of sectarian religious conflicts in India, which the signatories say “show the potential for genocide.” The letter references the North East Delhi Pogrom, in which a violent mob of Hindu nationalists left more than 40 dead. Facebook has been slow to label many Hindu nationalist pages as hate groups, for fear of offending Prime Minister Narendra Modi. … [Read more...] about Facebook’s India policy chief should step down, say civil rights groups