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by Babu Bihari
23 Jan 2010 10:49
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: Bakistan: Emirate of New-clear Inquilabi States-Bojitiv Newj
Replies: 2845
Views: 258970

Re: Bakistan: Emirate of New-clear Inquilabi States-Bojitiv Newj

Gagan ullah, by gawd...joo are tooo much. :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: today ij a nize day for kuffars of Bharat...phirst the intel-khaja newj from columbo and now thij cartoos......maar daala Gagan ullah. ey phery humbly suggest...use of thij cartoons in a Channel Phor short documentary...cud be a smaaa...
by Babu Bihari
23 Jan 2010 10:13
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: Internal Security Watch
Replies: 2843
Views: 275412

Re: Internal Security Watch

How Indian agencies lured Khaja into a trap HYDERABAD: Almost an year ago, when a certain `Khan’ from Colombo managed to establish contact with Shaik Abdul Khaja , the south India chief of HUJI, first through e-mail and then over a telephone number belonging to Bangladesh, and discussed circulating...
by Babu Bihari
14 Jan 2010 23:15
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: Indian Interests
Replies: 6459
Views: 325977

Re: Indian Interests

The "problem" are not the NRIs, it is the RNIs who are a major problem. Most NRIs pine and dream for a strong India. It is a matter of identity, pride and civilizational roots for them. One many not realize this, but stakes are very high for them. If India is no longer an India in current ...
by Babu Bihari
30 Dec 2009 22:46
Forum: Military Issues & History Forum
Topic: Indian Army History Thread
Replies: 935
Views: 156960

Re: Indian Army History Thread

Thanks shravan, the book by RSS author clears it up. They were invited because the troops were deployed.
by Babu Bihari
30 Dec 2009 22:23
Forum: Military Issues & History Forum
Topic: Indian Army History Thread
Replies: 935
Views: 156960

Re: Indian Army History Thread

Jagar sir, OK. I will be more precise in future. One thing I recall is a photo of their participation in 1963 Republic Day parade for their role during the 1962 war. I stand corrected on their role.
by Babu Bihari
30 Dec 2009 21:56
Forum: Military Issues & History Forum
Topic: Indian Army History Thread
Replies: 935
Views: 156960

Re: BR Forums Feedback

RayC sir, I recollect all this from memory, no links at this time. May be they volunteered and helped the troops. I distinctly remember reading that they had some role in 1962 war.

Added: Jagan sir, all this from memory reading some articles. I will try to google up the link.
by Babu Bihari
30 Dec 2009 21:38
Forum: Military Issues & History Forum
Topic: Indian Army History Thread
Replies: 935
Views: 156960

Re: BR Forums Feedback

/OT alert Since RSS has been brought into the discussion, I want to give a couple of data points on RSS. 1) RSS volunteers fought alongside our troops in the 1962 war when we didn't have equipment to take on the Chinese. So much so that they participated in the Republic Day parade with full honors. ...
by Babu Bihari
29 Dec 2009 21:55
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: India Nuclear News And Discussion
Replies: 4936
Views: 405851

Re: India Nuclear News And Discussion

He will sign - with additional tests. Gagan bhai, I hope and wish what you say turns out to be true. But let us look at what happened in the past 5-6 years: opaqueness with which the N-deal was signed, PMji didn't upheld his promises to the Parliament, N-liability bill, S-e-S, End-user verification...
by Babu Bihari
29 Dec 2009 21:17
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: India Nuclear News And Discussion
Replies: 4936
Views: 405851

Re: India Nuclear News And Discussion

Japan wants India to sign CTBT, PM puts onus on US, China Hatoyama said, "In response, Prime Minister Singh said should the US and China ratify the CTBT, a new situation will emerge. I believe he has stated it as a matter of fact. We firmly have to engage in these endeavours." My simple p...
by Babu Bihari
27 Dec 2009 22:06
Forum: BR Nostalgia Archive
Topic: RIP B Harry (1983-2007)
Replies: 160
Views: 20888

Re: RIP B Harry

Very sad news. RIP B Harry.
by Babu Bihari
20 Dec 2009 00:43
Forum: Technology & Economic Forum
Topic: A Nation on the March
Replies: 778
Views: 186621

Re: A Nation on the March

Gujarat to make voting mandatory in local bodies Guj Assembly passes mandatory voting bill http://www.ndtv.com/news/india/narendra_modi_defends_vote_or_face_action_law.php Good points made by Modi in the above video. ELM which was in great distress on seeing the voting in Mumbai to be only 45% afte...
by Babu Bihari
11 Dec 2009 13:35
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 303325

Re: States News and Discussions

/Rant starts British only transferred the power (to INC), they never said that we are giving Independence....divide and rule is in full swing. Will India survive 2050 the way it is? I highly doubt. Politics is getting more fragmented over time...regional, caste, quota based politics will lead to fur...
by Babu Bihari
08 Dec 2009 13:59
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - November 06, 2009
Replies: 2844
Views: 252729

Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - November 06, 2009

though iam out of place here but isnt it low and degrading for oneself comparing dead bodies to runs ? cant there be just a neutral reaction to these things and use our creative energies in lampooning the other paki traits which are never lacking in expression? Lilo, at one level no sane person wil...
by Babu Bihari
30 Nov 2009 23:44
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: National Agenda for India, 2010-2050
Replies: 457
Views: 30307

Re: National Agenda for India, 2010-2050

... You are not Indic if you think your life involves only you and your children, but not your forefathers, history, environment, and your culture... Sir ji, you have spoken satya vachan and herein lies the rub. Not many moons ago, when it was politically correct to discuss Islamism on BRF, a poste...
by Babu Bihari
18 Nov 2009 04:30
Forum: Strategic & Security Issues Archive
Topic: Let us Understand the Chinese
Replies: 395
Views: 61821

Re: Let us Understand the Chinese

The Nine Nations of China THE YELLOW LAND (Beijing, Tianjin, Shandong, Hebei, Henan, Shanxi, Shaanxi) Territory: 906,243 km2 (9% of total) Population: 359 million (27% of total) Per Capital GDP: $3,855 Exports as % of GDP: 16% China was born on the banks of the Yellow River, where the silt-laden wa...
by Babu Bihari
03 Nov 2009 12:16
Forum: Strategic & Security Issues Archive
Topic: Remembering Indira
Replies: 109
Views: 13387

Re: Remembering Indira

The state of the Indian political establishment today cannot be blamed on IG. In retrospect, her time is the only time in the past few decades that Indians took the Constitution and the idea of nationhood seriously, because she has been the only truly nationalist leader so far. Some describe her as...
by Babu Bihari
29 Oct 2009 07:41
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: Bakistan: Emirate of New-clear Inquilabi States-Bojitiv Newj
Replies: 2847
Views: 262803

Re: Bakistan: Emirate of New-clear Inquilabi States-Bojitiv Newj

sherry's biograpee waz talking bout thij requezt of chummi fram wasir-e-azam..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9W2jzGo ... re=related
by Babu Bihari
28 Sep 2009 06:24
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2
Replies: 2359
Views: 162700

Re: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2

i agree with this. note that how the debate has changed from "yield of TN" to "whether we need a TN?" Nooooo! :(( :(( You have to be fair to me Babu Bihariji - I started saying why not only fission bombs right at the beginning of the fizzle debate so the debate has not changed. ...
by Babu Bihari
28 Sep 2009 06:19
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2
Replies: 2359
Views: 162700

Re: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2

how the debate has changed from "yield of TN" to "whether we need a TN?" Couple of things. This is being discussed in a separate thread, secondly BARC has clearly released a public statement about capability to design a 200Kt TN device so there is no question of any debate here....
by Babu Bihari
28 Sep 2009 05:14
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2
Replies: 2359
Views: 162700

Re: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2

at this rate....we should also go thru..."why does India need nuclear bums anyway?" It is safest to assume that if a nation can be deterred to avoid testing lest sanctions can be applied or just log kya kahenge after we see total destruction, then that nation cannot hope to retaliate usin...
by Babu Bihari
27 Sep 2009 01:18
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2
Replies: 2359
Views: 162700

Re: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2

Chidambaram’s dud blows up strategic deterrent EVEN though the Atomic Energy Commission certified that the dud thermonuclear device tested during Pokhran 2 in May 11, 1998, was no dud, the chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, and R Chidambaram, the AEC chairman in 1998 and currently scientific...
by Babu Bihari
22 Sep 2009 11:24
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2
Replies: 2359
Views: 162700

Re: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2

RC sir is still claiming that the tests were perfect link ....Former Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) chairman R Chidambaram and former National Security Advisor Brajesh Mishra have both rubbished Santhanam's claims. "I don't want to get into this debate. Enough has already been said. The AEC, in...
by Babu Bihari
22 Sep 2009 00:34
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2
Replies: 2359
Views: 162700

Re: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2

http://www.hardnewsmedia.com/2009/09/3243 ....To the NSA's assertion that "nobody, including Santhanam can contest what is proven by the data that is there", the scientist said: "The trouble lies in what data was included in the BARC analysis and what was not. There is a wealth of sei...
by Babu Bihari
21 Sep 2009 11:07
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2
Replies: 2359
Views: 162700

Re: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2

i posted this some days back in the other n-bluff thread- many would now start arguing that fissions bums are sufficient for india's deterrence. scenario: if, for whatever reason, chinis nuke some nondescript village in AP or a disputed town in AP and convey to dilli sarkar that any nuke, no matter ...
by Babu Bihari
20 Sep 2009 00:55
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2
Replies: 2359
Views: 162700

Re: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2

Pokhran II was successful, says Rudy He asked if the Pokhran-II was not a success, than why would the US, which was supposed to having great know-how about nuclear affairs, imposed economic sanction following the test and what prompted Pakistan to follow the suit by conducted nuclear tests. This am...
by Babu Bihari
19 Sep 2009 21:32
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2
Replies: 2359
Views: 162700

Re: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2

Even if you ignore the word fusion as a typo, the yield has changed from 25 to 15 according to Santhanam. How did that happen? This I agree with. More consistency is desirable here. Could be that we have both 15kt and 25kt weapons. Perhaps he could clear all the doubts in well written 2nd op-ed pie...
by Babu Bihari
19 Sep 2009 21:17
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2
Replies: 2359
Views: 162700

Re: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2

Sorry to belabor the point. Let me argue that it is Santhanam who has been inconsistent in what he says over the years - and this is yet another example. Why blame the reporter? He (Santhanam) has said 60% yield suggesting that 40% of the yield should have come from fusion. Then he says that 2 kt w...
by Babu Bihari
19 Sep 2009 20:48
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2
Replies: 2359
Views: 162700

Re: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2

....BB - There is a point I want to make about what we might want to label as "mistake by reporter". Ultimately what we all judge as "mistakes" by reporters or anyone else are based on the way we see things. All statements by everyone we are talking about in these threads come t...
by Babu Bihari
19 Sep 2009 07:56
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2
Replies: 2359
Views: 162700

Re: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2

shiv wrote:.....But he believes that India’s nuclear deterrent is not credible with warheads limited to 15 kilotonnes — the yield of a successful fusion bomb test.
:shock:


Shiv,that appears to be a mistake by the reporter. It should have been,"......successful fission bomb test."
by Babu Bihari
18 Sep 2009 06:54
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2
Replies: 2359
Views: 162700

Re: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2

Arun_S wrote:There is no doubt there was 27 kT yield from S1.


Arun_S, if the yield from S1 was 27KT, then how come the shaft of S1 was not destroyed?

saala, kutch samajh nahi aa raha hai. I am totally confused :-?
by Babu Bihari
17 Sep 2009 10:07
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Can nuclear deterrence survive on a bluff?
Replies: 148
Views: 11858

Re: Can nuclear deterrence survive on a bluff?

So, how can one reasonably negotiate a nuclear deal without a credible deterrent? for this, you have to see the MMS way of thinking. he criticized 1998 n-tests in Parliament(?), his philosophy is that security comes from prosperity. he thought n-deal would bring prosperity and hence security too. i...
by Babu Bihari
17 Sep 2009 06:33
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2
Replies: 2359
Views: 162700

Re: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist - Part-2

Oh Ramaaa ..... As my sources said, KSanthnam has key data (as life insurance) and will disclose if necessary. Dr. K. Santanama has now ripped the lies of BA RC /Chidambaram/Brijesh Mishra to shreds. Emperor is now totally naked. http://www.hindu.com/2009/09/17/stories/2009091751550900.htm ya allah...
by Babu Bihari
06 Sep 2009 10:25
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist
Replies: 2362
Views: 147662

Re: Pokhran II not fully successful: Scientist

My first post on BRF. Good discussion is going on here. Great contribution by Narayanan, Arun_S, Sanku, Shiv amongst many others. I want to make a few general points. First, what is with Indians on focussuing on personalities instead of institutions and governance of institutions. I have highest reg...

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