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by goutham
15 Aug 2017 09:03
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: Neutering & Defanging Chinese Threat (09-08-2014)
Replies: 10352
Views: 1212931

Re: Neutering & defeating Chinese Threat (09-08-2014)

Excellent articulation by the Indian experts unlike the Chinese colonel rambling

by goutham
29 Sep 2011 03:01
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Telangana Monitor

Even if their spouses were from andhra how does it change anything? How does KCR's ancestors being from Andhra change anything? It infact reflects positively on Telangana people and KCR family and the fact they assimilate and Telangana people are open to leadership from other regions Wouldn't that ...
by goutham
29 Sep 2011 02:27
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Telangana Monitor

Dear personal friend of KCR and family: "May be" qualifies to be "not sure". As far as news I read, one of them or both of them married to non-T person and one of them was divorced and may have remarried. If I get that news link I post it. KCR grandfather/father were migrants fr...
by goutham
28 Sep 2011 21:04
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Telangana Monitor

His sister married to a Coastal person, may be him too. His father was politically brought up by NTR in TDP and later he started scheming with Congress to kill TDP. They exemplify real back-stabbing politics and shameless money-making. Do not shoot stuff out of your rear end if you dont know. I per...
by goutham
24 May 2011 02:20
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Rana Trial
Replies: 111
Views: 8997

Re: Rana Trial

Video of Rana's wife talking about Headley.

http://video.pbs.org/video/1943064053
by goutham
27 Jul 2010 22:40
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Telangana Monitor

It appears from the exit polls that TRS is going to sweep the byelections. At a minimum of 11 out of 12 and possibly 12 out of 12.

Telangana sentiment is well and alive.
by goutham
26 Jul 2010 21:49
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Afghanistan News & Discussion
Replies: 3997
Views: 345205

Re: Afghanistan News & Discussion

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3036789/vp/ ... 7#38411097


Brezinski being more paki than a paki. I cant believe him trying to distinguish between paki army and the ISI and essentially implicating India for all the mess in Afghanistan.
by goutham
25 Dec 2009 02:31
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

It is really frightening, in fact it used to be fun when IEDs explode in Pakistan, but the situation in my House is really Terrifying. The day before yesterday, our Dhobhi was saying to me, "Saaroo, mee andhra vaallantha Vellipondi, maaku maa Telangana ichcheyyandi", my wife was teasing w...
by goutham
25 Dec 2009 02:14
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

Dismissing it as a 40 year old issues shows your arrogance and ignorance. Hundreds of people have sacrificed their lives over this. I asked two related questions. You obfuscate answer to first question and does not even mention the second one. How will that solve any problem on ground? Again I am t...
by goutham
25 Dec 2009 01:26
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

So economic backwardness is not the problem as stats can shatter their claim. Now it is racist like claims. T-leaders also come from those castes. So they don't like their own kin exploiting them. But they are okay to exploit Telengana and continue to keep it poor and want to bring back the feudal ...
by goutham
25 Dec 2009 01:22
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

You dont seem to understand that Telangana is not a new demand. Several hundred people were killed in 1969 for fighting for Telengana. Do know about Telangana Praja Samiti in 1971? People here seem to equate Telangana movement with KCR which is totally wrong. It is just that the fast he started rec...
by goutham
25 Dec 2009 00:56
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

States used to form on linguistic lines in the past. These days there formed based on economics. Jharkand is an example. And Telangana is not economically different from rest of AP. One exception is that they have one and only freedrom fighter in the history of universe: KCR. And ROAP(restof AP) do...
by goutham
25 Dec 2009 00:48
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

1970s settlements trumps 1950s. You blew your choice to give separate state to Kosta and lost chance to have separate state. You or somebody here said Neelam Sanjeev Reddy violated Gentlemen agreement which was before 1970s. I dont think you are going to grant the state so calm down. We know how to...
by goutham
25 Dec 2009 00:36
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

1) Are you living under a rock or Antarctica? Consensus is required for divorce. If not, one party has to prove that he/she is being abuse by the spouse for non-consensual divorce. Read up divorce laws. 2) Creating new states is a gray area which wasn't tested in any courts ever. It was done at the...
by goutham
25 Dec 2009 00:20
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

I wasn't even born when AP state was formed. If I were there, I would have demanded district by district referendum so we wouldn't have the heart burn of Madras and Tirupati even after 60 years... So do I take it that you would have wanted 90% of the people in Andhra support the resolution and more...
by goutham
25 Dec 2009 00:17
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

You attempts at obfuscating the issue by comparing JK with Telangana will not work. They are not one and the same period. An exact analogy would be seperation of Andhra from Madras, no why dont you answer me my question How would you have felt if there were refurndum in TamilNadu on seperation of A...
by goutham
25 Dec 2009 00:07
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

Why should Andhra people have a say in formation in Telangana, Utterly ridiculous :rotfl: . What stake to Andhrites have in Telangana? The question of Hyderabad can cetainly be discussed and options explored for a resolution Why does it need 90% support in Telenagana, Does any referendum in the wor...
by goutham
25 Dec 2009 00:00
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

I don't know. What do you think the world would do? And do you think India should care about the world when it is losing JK for separatism? You attempts at obfuscating the issue by comparing JK with Telangana will not work. They are not one and the same period. An exact analogy would be seperation ...
by goutham
24 Dec 2009 23:50
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

Not to do an equal-equal, but curious to know your views. What is your stand on Kashmir vally separatism? Should India have a say? You are implicitly doing an equal - equal. We are demanding a separate state and not a seperate country. Did Tamilnadu give approval for separation of Andhra from Madra...
by goutham
24 Dec 2009 23:39
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

In fact the benefits of major irrigation have gone to coastal Andhra. In 2003-04, 6.93 lakh hectares of area irrigated under canals was located in four coastal districts of the State - East Godavari, West Godavari, Krishna and Guntur. A biased DDM'ite writes sth in indian-express with a spin and it...
by goutham
24 Dec 2009 23:35
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

One good side of 24x7 TV channels is this - Few people physically attacked a TDP leader (Nagam) and they were caught on live TV. Now the police can take appropriate action against them. I hope the same happens to everyone who burned a RTC bus and other private parties, on both sides of the problem....
by goutham
24 Dec 2009 22:39
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

anuj and goutham. Since you are taking stand that Telangana was done injustice, resource-deprivation and that it is backward, Can you prove that Telangana is backward region in Andhra-Pradesh? With numbers, again numbers or statistics and not emotional outbursts. Here, I have some graphs and statis...
by goutham
24 Dec 2009 21:41
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

Let me get this straight: UNITE WE STAND slogan creates hatred for you. SAMIAKYA ANDHRA slogan creates hatred for you. Rallies in support of their desires creates hatred for you. So if anyone expresses a thought against your opinion, it creates a hatred for you. ANDHRA BAGO, TELANGANA JAGO should b...
by goutham
24 Dec 2009 21:35
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

Being a Telanganite and someone who is for Telangana, I condemn the violence going in Hyderabad and burning of public property. I also aknowledge the contributions of people/leaders from Andhra and Seema for the development of Hyderabad. Not doing so would be totally unfair This doesnt mean there we...
by goutham
24 Dec 2009 06:13
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

The pakiness is not by Potti SreeRamulu, he never threatened anyone to cut throats or bloodshed. What KCR and his goons are doing is exact Pakiness. He is threatening to spill blood and cut throats of Kosta and Seema People. Thats a big lahori logic that entire development of Hyderabad was done dur...
by goutham
24 Dec 2009 06:05
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

goutham, don't you find nothing wrong when KCR praises Nizam? What happened to all the sacrifices of the Telangana people fighting against Nizam? You keep talking of facts, what about KCR praising Nizam who killed thousands of Telangana people? This is the Pakiness of KCR. His Pakiness is not solel...
by goutham
24 Dec 2009 05:22
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

Sridhar, thank you for pointing that the Nagarjuna Sagar dam was conceptualized by the Planning Commission. This is the problem with the argument of the Telagana separatists that the people from the rest of the region have robbed them literally of their resources. They advance no scientific argumen...
by goutham
24 Dec 2009 05:17
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

Is it only me or some one else also are seeing the "paki" mentality of Telangana movement. KCR says that they are "different" from rest of Andhras because of the Nizam's culture just like pakis say they are different because of central asian turk culture.After Independence, inst...
by goutham
24 Dec 2009 01:54
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

The businessmen care because there is a lot of uncertainty. Uncertainty means business will be slow whether it is real estate or service sector or manufacturing sector. When business is slow, investment is stuck. When there is no clear leadership and changes are happening in leadership driven by em...
by goutham
24 Dec 2009 01:14
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

Don't forget your burden to prove Telengana was neglected exclusively. Check the post Ravit posted of kskumar's analysis. Also check the vundavalli video I posted a few days back. British purchased Circar area in 1820s from Nizam. Here is a 1760 map Check out these videos which conclusively prove t...
by goutham
24 Dec 2009 00:27
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

Why don't you roll back another 100 years or so and post the map. Also why only Telengana. How about Gulbarga and Aurangabad divisions. Shouldn't they also ask for loot? In your mind only Telenganavadis? Why dont you do it if you have the map? after all its you who needs to prove a point. Dont ask ...
by goutham
24 Dec 2009 00:17
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

Most of Rayalaseema and Circar districts were part of Nizam also. They should be joined in Telengana. Only Chittoor and Nellore Districts will be AP. You rest of Telengana people get out and form Telengana or what ever. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/6/6f/Hyderabad_state_from_the_Imperial...
by goutham
24 Dec 2009 00:16
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

ShyamSP wrote:
Check government records.


Yeah Right :rotfl:
by goutham
24 Dec 2009 00:11
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

What do businessmen care? Instead of paying one set of politicians they will pay a different set. Of course, the set of politicians who are benefiting from the money they collect in Hyderabad will be forced to find new avenues. And the Telengana politicians have much to gain in terms of loot and pl...
by goutham
24 Dec 2009 00:04
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

Telenganavadis are asking for separate state because government created 3 new states (which were created without affecting Capitol city). In the same way, they can have Telangana without Hyderbad. If that is the case you would have only a few areas/5-6 districts joining Telengana state. Their farce...
by goutham
24 Dec 2009 00:00
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

Yes, I seriously doubt that you will be to make any constructive statements which can help in carrying the debate forward. Here are some of the points your post needs to answer if you are serious enough to carry on the debate? -> What makes you think or why do you think the people of Andhra and see...
by goutham
23 Dec 2009 23:30
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

I'm sure the Telengana goonda's and "Students" will act up tomorrow. Hope the CRPF/AP Police have the tear gas ready and wish them a very Merry Christmas. I feel bad for KCR, he's gonna have to limit himself to 1 or 2 bottles of blue label tonight since his minions are scheduled to meet b...
by goutham
23 Dec 2009 23:15
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

Yes, it is all about business and to be frank the Hyderabad has got that status because of the business investments of from people all over A.P.,(mostly Andhra and Seema people be it the film cities or pharmaceutical companies or IT companies). Hyd. generates 60% of revenues for AP because of these...
by goutham
23 Dec 2009 23:04
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Redrawing State Boundaries

So you mean to say that people who invested in Hyderabad, slogged day and nite, their a$$ off, shud just leave everything, pack their bags and go ??? Is that what you are suggesting? ] No one is asking anyone to goback. All Telaganites are asking for is a seperate state nothing wrong with the deman...
by goutham
23 Dec 2009 04:01
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Telangana Monitor
Replies: 5661
Views: 331986

Re: Fowerful business intrests in Andhra blocking telangana

KCR was sidelined for his shenanigans and quit TDP to start TRS in 2001 with Congress hand from behind. On flipflop, only in 2009 TDP went with Telengana and tied up with TRS. They still maintain they are for Telengana should it be done the right way. They perhaps were expecting peaceful separation...

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