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by S Bajwa
04 Nov 2004 01:00
Forum: Military History Archive
Topic: New IAF world record
Replies: 32
Views: 20294

Congratulations.

Great Work... Let them follow.
by S Bajwa
29 Oct 2004 22:02
Forum: Technology & Economic Forum
Topic: Developments in Indian Agriculture
Replies: 106
Views: 26013

Record Cotton production causes prices to drop

http://www.tribuneindia.com/2004/200410 ... ab1.htm#16
by S Bajwa
06 Oct 2004 23:10
Forum: Technology & Economic Forum
Topic: Developments in Indian Agriculture
Replies: 106
Views: 26013

Punjab set for big leap in biotech sector Sarbjit Dhaliwal Tribune News Service Chandigarh, October 5 Punjab is all set to have world class certification facility for organic and inorganic foods including fruits and vegetables. For the state, it will be a big leap forward. In the absence of such a f...
by S Bajwa
21 Sep 2004 01:38
Forum: Technology & Economic Forum
Topic: Technolgies useful for Indian problems
Replies: 691
Views: 107899

Any technology that helps/facilitate following could be used., and there are plenty To support population of 10,000/200 households, small scale industry, hospitals, schools, etc. 1. Small self contained powerhouse (electercity) for tehsil or 2-3 villages 2. Small self contained sewage treatment plan...
by S Bajwa
06 Jul 2004 21:22
Forum: Technology & Economic Forum
Topic: India's Contribution to Science & Technology
Replies: 677
Views: 121107

Re: India's Contribution to Science & Technology

you gotta be kidding ... Sardarji's from India came to California a 100 years ago ... they settled in Yuba City and ended up owning serious amounts of agricultural land ... anither matter that these same dudes funded the Khalistan Movement ... but, in today's relaxed times, they are Desis that out-...
by S Bajwa
04 Jul 2004 16:49
Forum: BR Nostalgia Archive
Topic: Bharat Rakshak Celebrates Seven Years!
Replies: 162
Views: 62331

Re: Bharat Rakshak Celebrates Seven Years!

Many happy returns of the day. Tum jeeyo Hazaron saal aur saal ke din ho pachaas hazaar.

Congratulations. :)
by S Bajwa
16 Jan 2004 07:16
Forum: Military History Archive
Topic: Indian Patriotic Songs
Replies: 119
Views: 76770

Re: Indian Patriotic Songs

Jahan Daal Daal par sone ki chiriyan karti hai basera. Woh Bharat Desh Hai mera.. from the movie Sikandar by Sohrab Modi.

I need full lyrics to this song. Who composed it, who sung it and who wrote the lyrics.
by S Bajwa
30 Dec 2003 00:58
Forum: News Folders Archive
Topic: Indian Air Force -- News Folder -- December 2003
Replies: 25
Views: 2237

Re: Indian Air Force -- News Folder -- December 2003

ISI spy arrested with a computer, digital camera, cellular phones, and other electronic equipment in the proximity of the IAF installation in Punjab.

http://www.tribuneindia.com/2003/20031229/punjab1.htm#7
by S Bajwa
09 Dec 2003 00:30
Forum: Technology & Economic Forum
Topic: Indian Health Care Sector
Replies: 1139
Views: 59609

Re: Indian Health Care Industry

Do the world owes anything to american enterprise for eradicating Small Pox, Malaria, heart diseases, etc, etc? Current American Healthcare is bad because of the influential drug research companies lobby to keep the medical care prices high while canada, uk, india, china, etc benefit from all of the...
by S Bajwa
21 Nov 2003 23:39
Forum: Military History Archive
Topic: Indian Patriotic Songs
Replies: 119
Views: 76770

Re: Indian Patriotic Songs

Mohan,

try Google.com I am google fan.. here is what I found for

Song: Gore Gore O Baanke Chhore, Kabhi Meri GaliAaya Karo

Film: Samadhi (1949)
Music: C Ramchandra
Lyrics: Rajendrakrishna
Singer: Amirbai,Lata Mangeshkar

http://members.tripod.com/~ATMJH/235.html
by S Bajwa
21 Nov 2003 22:13
Forum: Military History Archive
Topic: Indian Patriotic Songs
Replies: 119
Views: 76770

Re: Indian Patriotic Songs

Thanks Raj. Musician : OP Nayyar Lyrics : Sahir Ludhianvi Singers : Mohammad Rafi and ??? Picturised on : Dilip Kumar and Ajit. Film : Naya daur. Here is rough translation Yeh desh hai veer jawano ka albelo ka mastano ka (This country is full of young brave souls, unique and full of life) is desh ka...
by S Bajwa
21 Nov 2003 19:41
Forum: Military History Archive
Topic: Indian Patriotic Songs
Replies: 119
Views: 76770

Re: Indian Patriotic Songs

Yep.. that is Ramprasad Bismil.
by S Bajwa
21 Nov 2003 03:33
Forum: Military History Archive
Topic: Indian Patriotic Songs
Replies: 119
Views: 76770

Re: Indian Patriotic Songs

Anyone has full lyrics to Ashfaque Ullah (Kakori rail dacoity) famous poem. His original A'shaar are masterpiece. Has anyone ever composed these? Here are few lines that I remember Watan ki Aabroo ka XXXXX dekhe kaun karta hai Suna hai aaj magXXXX mein hamara imtihaan hoga Kabhi vo din bhi aayega ja...
by S Bajwa
20 Nov 2003 22:43
Forum: Military History Archive
Topic: Indian Patriotic Songs
Replies: 119
Views: 76770

Re: Indian Patriotic Songs

Raj that is Aao bachchon tumhe dikhayee jhanki hindustan ki is mitti se tilak karo ye mitti hai balidan ki vande mataram vanda mataram now an x-rated version of above song was often sung by us kids back in 1980s it went like Aao bachchon tumhe dikhyaan larki pakistan ki :D ... ... ...
by S Bajwa
20 Nov 2003 22:13
Forum: Military History Archive
Topic: Indian Patriotic Songs
Replies: 119
Views: 76770

Re: Indian Patriotic Songs

And the ever favourite

Yeh Desh hai veer Jawaano ka. Albelo ka Mastano ka is desh ka yaaro kya kehna ye desh hai duniya ka gehna.
by S Bajwa
03 Sep 2003 18:26
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Indian NCA formalized
Replies: 82
Views: 26976

Re: Indian NCA formalized

City one or more could be anyone.. pick from following.. chandigarh,shimla,ghaziabad, agra, jhansi, bhopal, hyderabad, indore, pune, lucknow, jaipur, faridabad, sonepat, jalandhar, bhatinda, ambala, nagpur, banglore, cochin, trivandrum, nasik, guwhati, shillong, dispur, calcutta, allahabad, vishakap...
by S Bajwa
01 Jul 2003 06:34
Forum: BR Nostalgia Archive
Topic: Bharat Rakshak Celebrates Six Years!
Replies: 66
Views: 25234

Re: Bharat Rakshak Celebrates Six Years!

For me BR is the number one Site out their in cyberworld. BR Survey 1) What is it about Bharat Rakshak (and the forum) that makes you want to keep coming back every day (or in may case, every few minutes when I hit the F5 button)? Bonus points (with possible admin appointments) for BRF members who m...
by S Bajwa
15 Jun 2003 18:43
Forum: Military History Archive
Topic: India's Generals who made an Impact
Replies: 104
Views: 45398

Re: India's Generals who made an Impact

What is the highest rank indian officer that attained martyrdom on the battlefield against foreign aggression?

I have hears lots of lieutenants, captains, majors but few maj. generals and above.
by S Bajwa
14 Jun 2003 20:47
Forum: Military History Archive
Topic: India's Generals who made an Impact
Replies: 104
Views: 45398

Re: India's Generals who made an Impact

Mandeep Sir.. What is your email address? I will reply via email... then if you want you can post my comments.
by S Bajwa
14 Jun 2003 06:21
Forum: Military History Archive
Topic: India's Generals who made an Impact
Replies: 104
Views: 45398

Re: India's Generals who made an Impact

Gen. Sundarji RAPIDS Divisions(Very Good)..... Though some progress but we should have a close knit of army and Air force that can facilitate capture/travel of 100 miles in a single day (along with all the supplies). Which general is responsible for Artillery division? Which general is responsible f...
by S Bajwa
14 Jun 2003 03:03
Forum: Military History Archive
Topic: India's Generals who made an Impact
Replies: 104
Views: 45398

Re: India's Generals who made an Impact

Generals that impacted Wars. 1971 was Field Marshall Manekshaw. (good) 1971 was Gen Aurora (good). 1965 was Harbax singh. (good) 1962 was Kaul. (bad) 1948 was Rajindra Singh (good) 1948 was Indian Air Force (Dakotas at Srinagar)?? 1945 any indian generals in world war II??? 1920 saragarhi? (mostly j...
by S Bajwa
13 Jun 2003 20:58
Forum: Military History Archive
Topic: India's Generals who made an Impact
Replies: 104
Views: 45398

Re: India's Generals who made an Impact

History is to learn and never make the same mistakes. The bottom line is born and committed leaders are far and few and using them towards benifit of motherland is what should be done. India through out its history has been unfortunate that its people mostly fought among themselves on petty issues l...
by S Bajwa
12 Jun 2003 18:40
Forum: Military History Archive
Topic: India's Generals who made an Impact
Replies: 104
Views: 45398

Re: India's Generals who made an Impact

I do not know about the incident mentioned above (it could be true because Raina may have been IG's favourite with him also being a kashmiri) but Shahbeg Singh reportedly exhibited separatist tendencies as early as 1971 during the war. Gen. Niazi mentioned this in his autobigraphy. He said that Sha...
by S Bajwa
12 Jun 2003 00:08
Forum: Military History Archive
Topic: India's Generals who made an Impact
Replies: 104
Views: 45398

Re: India's Generals who made an Impact

JS grewal is a contemporary Sikh Writer and has written several books while these excerpts were taken from a publication called "Nishan". JS grewal lives in Chandigarh.
by S Bajwa
11 Jun 2003 23:32
Forum: Military History Archive
Topic: India's Generals who made an Impact
Replies: 104
Views: 45398

Re: India's Generals who made an Impact

Here is what JS grewal says in his book Gen Shabeg Singh was both AVSM and PVSM. After the Indo-Pak war, all the Pakistani POWs were under his jurisdiction and senior General Staff were kept at Jabalpur which was also the HQs of MP.Bihar and Orissa area. Due to jealousy of certain senior army office...
by S Bajwa
30 May 2003 20:46
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Shaping Reality: India vs. China
Replies: 98
Views: 39670

Re: Shaping Reality: India vs. China

Keeping streets clean, roads in good repair, ruthlessly enforcing land usage laws, public sanitation and generally promoting civic sense is their repsonsibilty and they have shirked. We ofcourse do not demand it of them. Fine and imprison who 1. ****es on the roadside. 2. spits betel,etc on road. 3...
by S Bajwa
29 May 2003 20:03
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Indian History Discussions - III
Replies: 176
Views: 38823

Re: Indian History Discussions - III

'Do Aankhen Baara Haath' was directed by V. Shantaram - he also played the main part in it. Only Hindi/Urdu movie ever directed by Satyajit Ray was "Shatranj ke Khilar" and excellent movie and a lifetime performance by Sanjeev Kumar and Saeed Jaafri., Amjad Khan also excelled as Nawab Wajid ali Sha...
by S Bajwa
28 May 2003 06:01
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Understanding INSAS
Replies: 176
Views: 41635

Re: Understanding INSAS

difference between automatic and semi-automatic modes to a newbie like me Automatic is when you press the trigger and empty the whole magazine. (as long as trigger is down rounds fly). Semi-automatic is an option to convert automatic gun to a single shot at will. I believe in automatic mode INSAS f...
by S Bajwa
24 May 2003 21:10
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Histories of Cities in India
Replies: 137
Views: 52307

Re: Histories of Cities in India

One of the Indian subcontinent’s oldest cities, Multan derives its name from an idol in the temple of the sun god, a shrine of the pre-Muslim period.
Multan has been known as the city of the Surya Vanshis.
by S Bajwa
22 May 2003 23:01
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Histories of Cities in India
Replies: 137
Views: 52307

Re: Histories of Cities in India

That is where the flame is kept alive in memory of the martyred soldiers..
by S Bajwa
22 May 2003 09:18
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Histories of Cities in India
Replies: 137
Views: 52307

Re: Histories of Cities in India

Also, there was no Mohali (Pb govt wants this to be known as SAS Nagar but people still call it Mohali), there was no Panchkula (as it is known today) in the undivided Punjab. After Punjab was divied into Haryana, Punjab and HP and no one could get Chd. Therefore, Punjab developed Mohali at the sou...
by S Bajwa
21 May 2003 21:28
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Histories of Cities in India
Replies: 137
Views: 52307

Re: Histories of Cities in India

Amritsar - Ramdaspur (established by Guru Ramdas, fourth sikh Guru) Lahore - Lavpur (established by the son of Ramchandar named Lav) Kasur - Kushpur (brother of lav named kush established this city) Peshawar = Pushpapur Ludhiana = Lodhi aana (i.e. invasion of Ibrahim Lodhi) Bhatinda = Bhattian da (i...
by S Bajwa
17 May 2003 00:36
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Why has it become so cool to hate India
Replies: 320
Views: 76307

Re: Why has it become so cool to hate India

Well technically speaking India is a democracy where laws are passed by the elected officials now it is different that nobody follows the laws and our MPs don't have any ideas on how to implement the laws.
by S Bajwa
15 May 2003 05:47
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: P V Narsimha Rao
Replies: 102
Views: 38372

Re: P V Narsimha Rao

While at it.. don't forget Harshad Mehta and other scandals (defense including).
by S Bajwa
09 May 2003 00:42
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Why has it become so cool to hate India
Replies: 320
Views: 76307

Re: Why has it become so cool to hate India

What I don't understand is that 1. Political qualifications of Dilip D'Souza to call for foreign invitation. 2. Scientific qualifications of Vishal Thapar to dismiss LCA as non-indigeneous. 3. Technological qualifications of Praful Bidwai to dismiss India's IT successes as measly 3/1000. These guys ...
by S Bajwa
03 Apr 2003 20:27
Forum: Military History Archive
Topic: Field Marshal Manekshaw turns 90
Replies: 26
Views: 11512

Re: Field Marshal Manekshaw turns 90

Happy Birthday... Legend of our times.. Great article on Sam Bahadur.. His mastery of detail was fantastic and, as I was to learn later, he could quote an answer given verbally or in writing months previously to correct someone who was saying something else. A battalion employed in the Mizo Hills, p...
by S Bajwa
27 Mar 2003 02:10
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: India's Inspirational Personalities
Replies: 111
Views: 50869

Re: India's Inspirational Personalities

2. Swami Dayanand ( religious and social reformist; first one to propound 'swadeshi' and female literacy) There were many before Dayanand for female literacy like Guru Nanak Dev, Guru Angad Dev and Guru Amardas. Also.. Baba Ram Singh Namdhari was first one to boycott british manifactured clothes an...
by S Bajwa
13 Feb 2003 20:20
Forum: Military Exercises Archive
Topic: Indo-French exercises: Mixed results
Replies: 153
Views: 55696

Re: Indo-French exercises: Mixed results

Kewl.. Thread.... Thank you Vishnu Som... Keep up the good work.

another Defense News "Pakistan government invite tenders for Brown fabric paint after export refusal by China "
by S Bajwa
06 Feb 2003 07:22
Forum: Military Expositions Archive
Topic: Aero India 2003 - News & Reports
Replies: 492
Views: 113286

Re: Aero India 2003 - News & Reports

no wonder It is 200MB.... Even if you have DSL/Cable modem it will take at least 1-2 hour.

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