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by krsai
14 May 2002 03:12
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pak nukes activation during Kargil crisis - Discussion
Replies: 29
Views: 10233

Re: Pak nukes activation during Kargil crisis - Discussion

Amit, panchsheel says everything between china and india with "mutual" being the word. I guess the 5th element is the one that says "peaceful co-existence" that is broken by supporting tsp by giving missiles and nukes. We need emphatic proof of these supplies, documents, photo/video, etc. Then, watc...
by krsai
14 May 2002 02:44
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pak nukes activation during Kargil crisis - Discussion
Replies: 29
Views: 10233

Re: Pak nukes activation during Kargil crisis - Discussion

Amit Mitra, well then in that case, are we ready break off from panchsheel? offensive is best form of defence!
by krsai
13 May 2002 00:47
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pak nukes activation during Kargil crisis - Discussion
Replies: 29
Views: 10233

Re: Pak nukes activation during Kargil crisis - Discussion

http://www.sunday-times.co.uk/article/0,,178-293770,00.html Pakistan made preparations for nuclear strike on India Shyam Bhatia and Tom Walker THE Pakistani army mobilised its nuclear arsenal against India in 1999 without the knowledge of its prime minister, a senior White House adviser at the time...
by krsai
13 May 2002 00:12
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pak nukes activation during Kargil crisis - Discussion
Replies: 29
Views: 10233

Re: Pak nukes activation during Kargil crisis - Discussion

GOTCHA! WHAO! LOOK AT THIS.. IN THE SAME WEB PAGE, WE HAVE ANOTHER REPORT THAT SAYS: US to ask India to ease pressure on Pakistan [SNIPS] .....What’s cooking? It’s the long-term, short-term outlook, that’s what. ..the nightmare scenario of a sub-continental nuclear war. ..aimed at ...
by krsai
12 May 2002 23:47
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pak nukes activation during Kargil crisis - Discussion
Replies: 29
Views: 10233

Re: Pak nukes activation during Kargil crisis - Discussion

ADV. SORRY FOR THE CAPSLOCK - MY KB PROBLEM. THIS REPORT....IT IS NICE REPORT TO VINDICATE [PROOF OF VAJAPAYEES' TEAM INTELLIGENCE] - KUDOS FROM POLITICAL PERSPECTIVE. VICTORY AND GOOD SUBSTANTIATION FOR NEED OF INDIAN TESTS.. WE CAN NOW MAKE THINGS EVEN MORE CLEARER OUR THREATS, ON THE PAPERS. BUT,...
by krsai
10 May 2002 01:55
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Indianness - a (simple?) survey
Replies: 117
Views: 43027

Re: Indianness - a (simple?) survey

PoS syndrome.. I like that. Good one. I have not lost hope.. It may be the "mass"/size that kills our good thoughts.
by krsai
08 May 2002 22:18
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Indianness - a (simple?) survey
Replies: 117
Views: 43027

Re: Indianness - a (simple?) survey

other thoughts!!:::: Do many Indians have these behavior? - spitting paan on the corridors or buildings - urinating in public places with pride - loud speakers for anything and everything - destruct public property without permissions - dig roads, - tap electricity, - break tap water, - tap cable &a...
by krsai
08 May 2002 21:59
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Indianness - a (simple?) survey
Replies: 117
Views: 43027

Re: Indianness - a (simple?) survey

I feel there are many who feel like I do and so I feel that is what "Indian-ness" is. Sometimes, I drive it, others dummy on. Still feel part of Indian-ness {never taken advantages of such situations though - unlike many :) }.. Regarding prounciations, I guess yindoos are really really wrong when it...
by krsai
30 Apr 2002 22:51
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Indianness - a (simple?) survey
Replies: 117
Views: 43027

Re: Indianness - a (simple?) survey

Let me try it JEM, Possibilties and Probabilities: ... Indian-ness(Iu) = :Union: of all X-nesses ? Indian-ness(Ii) = :Intersection: of all X-nesses ? Indian-ness(I') = :Complement: of all X-nesses?(hi prob) Indian-ness(iU') = :Complement: of Universal-ness!!!?? (hi probs :) ) did I miss any assumpti...
by krsai
29 Apr 2002 23:55
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Indianness - a (simple?) survey
Replies: 117
Views: 43027

Re: Indianness - a (simple?) survey

Originally posted by John Umrao:
If one doesnt care about India then he is Indian Resident!!!
A master-piece of a "nutshell" writing!
John you are super-de-dooper!
by krsai
29 Apr 2002 23:52
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Indianness - a (simple?) survey
Replies: 117
Views: 43027

Re: Indianness - a (simple?) survey

On the similar front, is it possible to draft a brief about American-ness, British-ness, German-ness, SA-ness, Ausie-ness, French-ness, Chinese-ness, Japanes-ness, Russian-ness, etc. "-ness" I guess more or less describing "behavior"... There could be some common behavior that exists in all types of...
by krsai
27 Apr 2002 00:17
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Indianness - a (simple?) survey
Replies: 117
Views: 43027

Re: Indianness - a (simple?) survey

Shiv, Ram went electronic since the first 'r' words appeared in tamil I guess. Though it might read raman or ramar in tamil, it is spelt e-raman, and e-ramar resp. :)
by krsai
26 Apr 2002 02:35
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Lost City found off the Mahabalipuram coast
Replies: 86
Views: 34674

Re: Lost City found off the Mahabalipuram coast

Submerged temple ruins uncovered off Mahabalipuram From Devika Sequeira DH News Service PANAJI, April 25 Legend has it that the shore temple of Mahabalipuram in Tamil Nadu, is the last of a series of seven temples, six of which were submerged over time. Marine archaeologists of the National Institu...
by krsai
25 Apr 2002 22:37
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Indianness - a (simple?) survey
Replies: 117
Views: 43027

Re: Indianness - a (simple?) survey

Are you Indian? YES If yes, why do you say that? What makes you Indian? What constitutes Indianness? [color=blue] Indian by birth and to parents of Indian [depends on the definitions of "Indian" during their time of birth] Indian: having born to Indian Parents, and brought up in India or Indian comm...
by krsai
18 Apr 2002 04:50
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Lost City found off the Mahabalipuram coast
Replies: 86
Views: 34674

Re: Lost City found off the Mahabalipuram coast

All the rulers and nobles who subscribed to this were considered aryavartha All the kings in the south considered themselves as Aryans. What if in future it is proved that this religion is the thought work of the people called aryans and some of dravidans ? Who cares ! Is it because of the race one...
by krsai
17 Apr 2002 21:43
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Lost City found off the Mahabalipuram coast
Replies: 86
Views: 34674

Re: Lost City found off the Mahabalipuram coast

narayanan, kannagi family moves to madurai and then the strategy strikes at poompuhar if I am reading narayan l. correct. narayan narayan narayan! ==== Wondering all epics and stories are coincidences or stories evovled arround events, rather than the stories making the event!! Also going by certain...
by krsai
16 Apr 2002 04:21
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Lost City found off the Mahabalipuram coast
Replies: 86
Views: 34674

Re: Lost City found off the Mahabalipuram coast

Shalav, this link says with 14C, it can do it for all rocks less than 50,000 years. Also, check out the potassium-argon dating method. 40K-40Ar web page What puzzles me is that what techniqes these scientists use for dating when a "stone was carved". - CARVED DATE!. I guess, the tools(made of?) to t...
by krsai
13 Apr 2002 05:49
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Lost City found off the Mahabalipuram coast
Replies: 86
Views: 34674

Re: Lost City found off the Mahabalipuram coast

Q: What is the sea depth along the coast regions of south india-
Is there satellite images available on the net / links that we can see.

==++
I found this link: http://koubas.sate.restec.or.jp/LatLong_Area_Query.html

But someone knows the lat/long details?
other links?
by krsai
13 Apr 2002 01:48
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Lost City found off the Mahabalipuram coast
Replies: 86
Views: 34674

Re: Lost City found off the Mahabalipuram coast

Johnji,

Please do not mistake my comment.. In TN, if you are an actor or better still actress [current amma] will be worshiped and temples built for them.

Another 1000 years, Jayalalitha will be part of south indian vedic-extension script.

:p
by krsai
12 Apr 2002 23:35
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Lost City found off the Mahabalipuram coast
Replies: 86
Views: 34674

Re: Lost City found off the Mahabalipuram coast

some notes: From Gerard's annanova link: Fragments of pottery, carved wood, bone and beads have been dated to more than 9,000 years old. --this proves Ramana's point that baked clay can survive 9000 years or more.. ;) Mr Hancock believes the discovery supports his theory that complex civilisations e...
by krsai
12 Apr 2002 05:02
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Lost City found off the Mahabalipuram coast
Replies: 86
Views: 34674

Re: Lost City found off the Mahabalipuram coast

for ramana: http://www.britannicaindia.com/eb/spotdisplay.asp?spotid=462&cid=13 Gerard, well going by the link info that said myth overtook science, lets say myth is more true, and science is more false. Then let see how things goes.. as narayan says, lets wait. till then we can however predicts...
by krsai
12 Apr 2002 04:55
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Lost City found off the Mahabalipuram coast
Replies: 86
Views: 34674

Re: Lost City found off the Mahabalipuram coast

Gerard, me thinking: a sudden losening of earth done with a prolonged sea erosion.. the structure weight made it sudden perhaps.. but the area of submerge is quite large and that makes the support for flooding. so a little relativity concept needs to be applied. From the sea's point of view, it ate ...
by krsai
12 Apr 2002 03:21
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Lost City found off the Mahabalipuram coast
Replies: 86
Views: 34674

Re: Lost City found off the Mahabalipuram coast

from the bbc link:

"But here in Mahabalipuram we have proved the myths right and the academics wrong."

:roll:

--

On the similar lines, I guess there was some sea diving done in Gujarat to unearth lost "krishna kingdom".. true?
by krsai
11 Feb 2002 00:12
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 3)
Replies: 25
Views: 10749

Re: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 3)

What would be an acceptable detterance? It would be a highly unacceptable post to say any reasonable answer to this question, and consequences are of course diabolic. If you're viewing thru the window only seeing pakis, then it is even more murkier. And, who knows what exactly is enemy capable of, t...
by krsai
09 Feb 2002 23:33
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 3)
Replies: 25
Views: 10749

Re: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 3)

I am not bought at the MAD approach. The destructions for either side is off high possibilites unless India has a sophisticated NMD in places already.. Till then pakis can and will threaten us with their evil missiles.<p>For argument, lets say we detect paki launch of 5 to 10 NDs[hatafs], and we res...
by krsai
09 Feb 2002 09:45
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 3)
Replies: 25
Views: 10749

Re: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 3)

Arun said it does not matter if it is 1500kms or 800kms.. meaning he was answering to my question that a longer range missile could be used for a shorter range. Given that and hoping Agni-2 could also be used against pakistan, what makes Agni-1 SR more fearing than Agni-2!?!? for the pakis. There is...
by krsai
07 Feb 2002 21:24
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 2)
Replies: 241
Views: 55329

Re: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 2)

Some factors I feel why the jittery pakis are fearing our A1-SRs.<p>Lets take No Dong [whatever name they have given for it]. [*] Though the range of ND is about 700 to 1000kms / warhead dependend, the CEP of ND is about 4000meters - that is 4 kms. - The fear here is pakis do not feel comfortable ab...
by krsai
05 Feb 2002 21:28
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 2)
Replies: 241
Views: 55329

Re: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 2)

Q: Does putting flex nozzle in RV increases manouverability and precision?
by krsai
05 Feb 2002 20:24
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 2)
Replies: 241
Views: 55329

Re: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 2)

bala, where did I talk about trishul? Are you dreaming being on the other side of the fence!?. That 'd b something to satisfy your claim.
by krsai
05 Feb 2002 02:08
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 2)
Replies: 241
Views: 55329

Re: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 2)

http://stratmag.com/page08.htm#a06 <p>India tested on the eve of Republic Day on January 26, <u>a medium range (800-900 km) Prithvi missile</u> . The test has been deemed successful and it is expected to enter production soon. The solid fuel missile is a distinct improvement on the Prithvi-I which ...
by krsai
04 Feb 2002 21:16
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 2)
Replies: 241
Views: 55329

Re: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 2)

John, thanks for answering. I guess, [leaving calculations aside/{am lazy}], going by your answer I am to assume it has to burn it out before it re-enters else the projectile path [would be incorrect] and mathematically not possible. <p>8Km wala is a waste of "agni" for a 4km target range.
by krsai
04 Feb 2002 20:46
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 2)
Replies: 241
Views: 55329

Re: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 2)

some dumb questions:<p>Can a 8km range missile be used to hit to say 4km target? Q: Will the trajectory will have to be extended to finish the fuel for the RV to be activated? or: it can just piggy back on the RV? <p>What is the "first principel"[/pel] for ballistic missiles?<p>thanks
by krsai
01 Feb 2002 22:46
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 2)
Replies: 241
Views: 55329

Re: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 2)

Managed to fish out a fantasitc old report. this report has stuff!. From: Volume 16 - Issue 9, Dated: Apr. 24 - May. 07, 1999<p>From the Indian perspective, however, with an established mastery over solid propellants, it was logical to go in for solid propellants right from the start because even so...
by krsai
31 Jan 2002 22:55
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 2)
Replies: 241
Views: 55329

Re: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 2)

From: http://www.fas.org/nuke/guide/india/missile/agni-improvements.htm <p>- The Agni-II incorporates a far more accurate terminal navigation and guidance system [color=red]<u>which constantly </u></font>updates information about the missile flight path using Global Positioning System information pr...
by krsai
31 Jan 2002 22:40
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 2)
Replies: 241
Views: 55329

Re: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 2)

Arun, quite right. ======================<p> http://rediff.com/news/2002/jan/31cia.htm India continues nuclear programme with foreign aid: CIA<p> "India continues to rely on foreign assistance for <u>key missile technologies, where it still lacks engineering or production expertise</u>. Entities in ...
by krsai
31 Jan 2002 21:35
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 2)
Replies: 241
Views: 55329

Re: Agni-I/SR: Strategic Implications (Thread 2)

<blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><hr>High accuracy is achived by mid course update of the INS, via some inginious ground based radio nav system which I speculated as inverse of the sky based GPS system. IMHO such systems have room for variety of long range deployment opt...

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