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by munna
08 Sep 2008 00:55
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: India nuclear news and discussion
Replies: 2908
Views: 231504

Re: India nuclear news and discussion - 6 sep 2008

Kudos to Swapnaoda he has articulated the position of the non commie opposition of the deal (which included BJP). There is no :(( just plain voice of caution. Is this deal a deal of growth at some cost to the national deterrent or at any cost to the national deterrent? The answer remains to be disco...
by munna
06 Sep 2008 21:11
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: India nuclear news and discussion
Replies: 2908
Views: 231504

Re: India nuclear news and discussion - 6 sep 2008

BJP, Left slam NSG waiver Either the deal is acceptable or it is not. If it is not, Sinha should simply issue a statement that a future BJP government will abrogate the deal and test nuclear weapons. End of story. Gerard just as the result of this deal is a Trishanku heaven for India, the reply of ...
by munna
06 Sep 2008 21:08
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: India nuclear news and discussion
Replies: 2908
Views: 231504

Re: India nuclear news and discussion - 6 sep 2008

RajeshA had the BJP had the bent of mind which a lot of posters allege then it could have gone all out and given any and every bribe to see the government fall. I am serious when I say this it was well within them to trash the government but they wanted the UPA to collapse and definitely did not wan...
by munna
06 Sep 2008 20:46
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: India nuclear news and discussion
Replies: 2908
Views: 231504

Re: India nuclear news and discussion - 6 sep 2008

Well said Crams and that is why it makes eminent sense to have heavy duty interest involved in Indian economy of the US firms. My question to all the gyani posters is that what is the level and size of American involvement in civil nuclear energy sector of China and how fast can we catch and match u...
by munna
06 Sep 2008 20:31
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: India nuclear news and discussion
Replies: 2908
Views: 231504

Re: India nuclear news and discussion - 6 sep 2008

BJP has done what any responsible party in India has to. They have dissected, critiqued and opposed anything that stood in the way of India's strategic decision making and independence. Unlike Left they read the documents and presented the clauses of concern to the public and media, do not make unre...
by munna
06 Sep 2008 14:04
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: India nuclear news and discussion - 1 sep 2008
Replies: 679
Views: 52393

Re: India nuclear news and discussion - 1 sep 2008

PM , FM and NSA are having a meeting to discuss the 'new' developments at NSG meet. India is also considering cancelling the visits of New Zealand's governor general and the Chinese foreign minister, is this the start of operation "cut your losses and run away"? On the part of India.
by munna
06 Sep 2008 01:35
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: India nuclear news and discussion - 1 sep 2008
Replies: 679
Views: 52393

Re: India nuclear news and discussion - 1 sep 2008

Slightly OT: Bharti apparently there is a credible story doing rounds in the corridors of power, find out :twisted: . Dig and ye shall find.
by munna
06 Sep 2008 01:32
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: India nuclear news and discussion - 1 sep 2008
Replies: 679
Views: 52393

Re: India nuclear news and discussion - 1 sep 2008

If he can't convince me, the biggest supporter of all times of the Nuclear Deal, who wouldn't buy a toaster from BJP or the Left, how is he going to convince anybody at all, who are going to be under the barrage of BJP and Commie Propaganda from today onwards. Walkout is his only chance, and also f...
by munna
06 Sep 2008 01:13
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: India nuclear news and discussion - 1 sep 2008
Replies: 679
Views: 52393

Re: India nuclear news and discussion - 1 sep 2008

I had vowed never to post again after the mods refused us the right to criticise our most honourable/respected/greatest/all other good epithets PM and SG ji, however the current discourse seems to be another Kashmir in making. I will not allege any ulterior motives because it may hurt some :(( but t...
by munna
23 Jul 2008 00:54
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Understanding the Great Game and role of India & Asian stability
Replies: 997
Views: 84471

Re: Understanding the Great Game and role of India & Asian stabi

Excellent post Surinderji, the fact that later Mughals actively sought backing of Maratha and Sikh rulers to settle their court intrigues is well known and has even been validated by our progressive historians (phew). Mughals were no authority or power to reckon with for quite a while before British...
by munna
20 Jul 2008 21:41
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Indian Nuclear issues - News and Discussion 16 july 2008
Replies: 439
Views: 43294

Re: Indian Nuclear issues - News and Discussion 16 july 2008

Dear Rakshaks, while the return of the NDA or for that matter the fall of government is not a done deal, the people of India are definitely not interested in the left inspired politco-social setup that is represented by the current intellectual, political and bureaucratic establishment. The setup in...
by munna
21 May 2008 22:50
Forum: Terrorism Archive
Topic: Jaipur blasts -2
Replies: 85
Views: 19458

Hi GS Being a Punjabi Hindu its my duty to convey the true picture, friends even I live abroad and come across the Khalistanis in many walks of life. To all forumites I would like to say Khalistanis NOT == Sikhs. Sikhs share a lot and even I must say enhance the greater Hindu philosophical school of...
by munna
21 May 2008 16:37
Forum: Terrorism Archive
Topic: Jaipur blasts -2
Replies: 85
Views: 19458

I think the thread is about Jaipur blasts and our reaction to them in historical and geo-political context. I tried to explain the Punjabi reaction to Jihadi terrorism that was perpetrated against Punjab by them for past 8 centuries. 1980s were a time of great mismanagement by Gandhi family and as s...
by munna
21 May 2008 15:44
Forum: Terrorism Archive
Topic: Jaipur blasts -2
Replies: 85
Views: 19458

Guys I guess you all are mistaking a cultural divide for religious one, Punjab (Unified in 1947) included Haryana, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh was a Hindu majority area. The massive killings that took place were shared in reasonable proportion amongst Hindus and Sikhs or rather us Punjabis. Its just...
by munna
21 May 2008 00:24
Forum: Terrorism Archive
Topic: Jaipur blasts -2
Replies: 85
Views: 19458

Surinderji you are spot on, in fact I had given the same account as you of Malerkotla being pardoned by dasham pita. Infact you have to acknowledge his tactical brilliance that by forgiving Malerkotla he told the jihadis as to what behaviour was expected of them. He understood the priceless old adag...
by munna
19 May 2008 06:55
Forum: Terrorism Archive
Topic: Jaipur blasts -2
Replies: 85
Views: 19458

I don't remember exactly but even in Maler Kotla, Muslims were spared by Sikhs only because it is believed that one of the Sikh Guru was spared by Muslims when they were going about killing everyone. Actually the Nawab of Maler Kotla had tried to save the younger sahibzadas (sons of 10th Guru, Guru...
by munna
18 May 2008 06:37
Forum: Terrorism Archive
Topic: Jaipur Blasts
Replies: 356
Views: 59755

Dear GS The truth is that in Punjab these wannabe pigs were shaheedized even before they could utter a word or call the Pinko-HR-Jholawalla gang for support. Secondly its a cultural thing if I may say Punjabis across the board are very touchy lot and will not let go a person alive if they dare damag...
by munna
23 Apr 2008 14:10
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Arjun thread
Replies: 354
Views: 55208

"Winners are not those who play by the rules but those who create the rules". Given the state of affairs in the IA best reflected in the N command fiasco I think Indian public must ask for more accounatbility from our army in the matters of defnce procurement. T 90 are nowhere near cutting...
by munna
22 Apr 2008 18:24
Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
Topic: Arjun thread
Replies: 354
Views: 55208

The debate offlate has focussed upon the superiority of Arjun vs T90. However the question here is not of superiority but of indigenous technology. Merely stating that Russia has been producing tanks for years and hence that guarantees their quality is as good as saying that Ford cars should by defa...

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