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400 flights affected daily due to Pakistani airspace closure, Air India worst-hit

DNA Sunday, 17 March 2019
Pakistan closed its airspace after IAF strikes on a JeM terrorist camp in Balakot following a terror attack claimed by the terror outfit that killed 40 jawans in Pulwama.
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