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by Subramaniam
25 Dec 2006 09:26
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: India-US Nuclear Deal continued
Replies: 285
Views: 62692

I agree with N^3 patenting IS a disaster. Sign as many deals as possible and build reactors-even if necessary for TSP.Let us make some money! But then have we paid attention to provide for the manpower and expertise needed? I am not sure if our engineering colleges are churning out or atleast plan t...
by Subramaniam
25 Dec 2006 01:05
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: India-US Nuclear Deal continued
Replies: 285
Views: 62692

Rather than limiting to India all Thorium based reactors must be for exports. And should I dare say with gusto? Let us make money. Saudi Arabia wants nuke power and we would be better to give them thorium power.
by Subramaniam
25 Dec 2006 01:02
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: India-US Nuclear Deal continued
Replies: 285
Views: 62692

I think this line of thinking that IAEA ensures safety is dangerous. IAEA must be considered a hindrance to any and all Indian efforts-a stooge of P-5 and nothing more and should be dealt with as such. JMT
by Subramaniam
24 Dec 2006 22:47
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: India-US Nuclear Deal continued
Replies: 285
Views: 62692

If we cannot protect the tech developed by us under sanctions regime it is a real mockery of our scientific effort. And no govt or person responsible for such state of affirs be forgiven. Has this govt made any attempts to protect our R&D? I seriously doubt that. Also India must be proactive and...
by Subramaniam
24 Dec 2006 21:08
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: India-US Nuclear Deal continued
Replies: 285
Views: 62692

whatever be the case atleast 50% of the power must develop from Indian reactors designed, built and operated. This retains local talent and expertise, enables further growth and R&D-which is what we all want.How can we fund this is the question.
by Subramaniam
14 Dec 2006 20:26
Forum: Strategic & Security Issues Archive
Topic: Strategic Implications of India's ABM Test -2
Replies: 121
Views: 42879

Could that SOA F solahs be against Iranians? If we look at the chinese angle and the 'coming' war with Iran and the 'partnership' with India-It may be that SOA F solahs could be a prep for use in Iranian confrontation?
by Subramaniam
06 Dec 2006 03:38
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Strategic Implications of India's ABM Test
Replies: 322
Views: 85853

Folks-like old mahabharat MIRVs can be met by MIKV (Multi interceptor kill vehicle)!? :lol:This will be an anti MIRV interceptor. The single interceptor shall be HTK if the missile has one warhead but then it has several kill vehicle if the missile separates to independent warheads. Wonder why not? ...
by Subramaniam
02 Dec 2006 04:46
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Strategic Implications of India's ABM Test
Replies: 322
Views: 85853

My guess is all nuke capable missile from TSP should/will be considered nuclear. A counter attack will be launched destroying TSP while the ABM takes care of the remnants. ABM is not 100% (atleast as of now) But what we will strive/aim is to get them close to that. One could consider a JDAM response...
by Subramaniam
30 Nov 2006 21:35
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: India tests Prithvi based ABM-2
Replies: 324
Views: 77110

This could be a spin off from Talbott-Jaswant talks? ABM against TSP and China may limit the Indian arsenal to K. Subramaniam advocated numbers than the Bharat karnad numbers-thereby still consistent with DND and CMD? Pure speculation on my part-but could be true.
by Subramaniam
29 Nov 2006 23:40
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: India tests Prithvi based ABM-2
Replies: 324
Views: 77110

Great news-following all along.

This is of extreme strategic significance.

Message is sent and silence speaks louder than words 8)
by Subramaniam
10 May 2006 00:04
Forum: The Kargil Archive
Topic: Kargil War Thread - IV
Replies: 325
Views: 112769

The run-up to Kargil was not an intelligence failure but an assessment failure. The main reason is that there were no effective systematic assessment mechanisms in India. Every person in authority does his own assessment. I concluded this in the first BRM article and later in the KRC review article...
by Subramaniam
04 May 2006 19:43
Forum: Military Issues & History Forum
Topic: Siachen News & Discussion
Replies: 2960
Views: 229635

Folks I had said something about MMSji before and it is something to ponder.

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