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by arun
19 Jan 2006 10:04
Forum: Military Issues & History Forum
Topic: Military Flight Safety
Replies: 2238
Views: 253511

Updated list for 2005 AIRFORCE .......... 21-Jun-05 Mil Mi-17 Gp Capt Shankar .......... Jagan, Going by the Defence Minister’s answers in the Lok Sabha, there was no Mil 17 crash on June 21, 2005. In fact no crash for the armed forces has been reported during the month of June 2005. Perhaps ...
by arun
07 Jan 2006 11:25
Forum: Military Issues & History Forum
Topic: Military Flight Safety
Replies: 2238
Views: 253511

0.5 crashes per 10,000 hours combined with 10 crashes gives a total of 200,000 flying hours for 2005.

Going by data gathered by Rupak, that is a massive reduction in annual flying hours.

Back in 1997/98 it was 306,190 hours. That is a long way from 200,000 hours.
by arun
16 Dec 2005 19:53
Forum: Technology & Economic Forum
Topic: India's Shipping Sector
Replies: 389
Views: 79708

Union Minister of Shipping, Road Transport & Highways, T.R. Baalu : The Minister also informed the Members that Indian Merchant Navy Fleet has registered a record growth and grown to 8.32 million gross tonnage as on 30th November 2005 and was expected to cross the 10 million gross tonnage mark v...
by arun
04 Dec 2005 10:34
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pakistan Nuclear Proliferation - 31 March 2005
Replies: 329
Views: 86516

Please do not post here. Please continue posting here.

Admins,

Please lock thread.
by arun
22 Nov 2005 14:15
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pakistan Nuclear Proliferation - 31 March 2005
Replies: 329
Views: 86516

A.Q. Khan’s nuclear escapades: CIA helped him get visa by K. Subrahmanyam THE latest report from Vienna talks of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) informing its Board of Governors that Iran had turned over to the IAEA fresh documents that give details, for the first time, about te...
by arun
09 Nov 2005 20:33
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pakistan Nuclear Proliferation - 31 March 2005
Replies: 329
Views: 86516

JDAM fears and the Pakistani link : [url=http://today.reuters.co.uk/news/newsArticle.aspx?type=worldNews&storyID=2005-11-09T125555Z_01_WRI946476_RTRUKOC_0_UK-SECURITY-GERMANY-WEAPONS.xml] Qaeda 'dirty bomb' risk grows - German spy chief Wed Nov 9, 2005 12:56 PM GMT BERLIN (Reuters) - Evidence is...
by arun
21 Oct 2005 15:57
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Opposition to the Indo-US nuclear cooperation agreement
Replies: 321
Views: 77661

No action on US-India deal by Nuclear Suppliers Group [url=http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=2005\10\21\story_21-10-2005_pg4_15]Daily Times[/url] The Swedes who have signed a billion dollar deal with a military dictator in charge of illegaly gained nuclear weapons and the largest concen...
by arun
20 Oct 2005 15:52
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pakistan Nuclear Proliferation - 31 March 2005
Replies: 329
Views: 86516

Pervez Hoodbhoy says International Aid for the December 25, 1974 Northern Areas quake may have funded Pakistan’s Nuclear programme : VIEW: The challenge of Balakot —Pervez Hoodbhoy ............... For me personally, there is a sense of deja vu. Nearly 31 years ago, on December 25, 1974, ...
by arun
14 Oct 2005 14:50
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pakistan Nuclear Proliferation - 31 March 2005
Replies: 329
Views: 86516

October 14, 2005 Bush Cited 2 Allies Over Arms, Book Says By DOUGLAS JEHL WASHINGTON, Oct. 13 - Two months before the invasion of Iraq, President Bush told Prime Minister Tony Blair of Britain that he "wanted to go beyond Iraq" in dealing with the spread of illicit weapons and mentioned Saudi Arabi...
by arun
07 Oct 2005 18:02
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: India-EU News & Analysis
Replies: 1560
Views: 138095

Britain's War on Pigs By Robert Spencer FrontPageMagazine.com | October 6, 2005 Pigs are disappearing all over England, but not because of some porcine variant of Mad Cow Disease: rather, the most implacable foe of the swine is turning out to be multiculturalism. The latest assault came in the bene...
by arun
07 Oct 2005 17:59
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: India-EU News & Analysis
Replies: 1560
Views: 138095

Raju wrote:this technically falls under India-Eu relations ... no ??

Loud ***** gets man arrested in Gurgaon!



Good One!
by arun
06 Oct 2005 10:47
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: India-EU News & Analysis
Replies: 1560
Views: 138095

Britain back to old games ? : India objects to reported remarks of UK Defence Secy KARACHI, OCT 5 (PTI) India today strongly objected to British Defence Secretary John Reid's reported comments equating Jammu and Kashmir with Palestine problem, asserting there was "absolutely no parallel" between the...
by arun
23 Sep 2005 17:37
Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
Topic: Pakistan Nuclear Proliferation - 31 March 2005
Replies: 329
Views: 86516

[ From Patriot to Proliferator The myth of a Pakistani scientist as his nation's savior long protected him. It took his peddling of atomic know-how to shred it. By Douglas Frantz Times Staff Writer September 23, 2005 In spring 2000, Lt. Gen. Syed Mohammad Amjad was in his office at Pakistan's Nation...
by arun
19 Sep 2005 09:44
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: India-EU News & Analysis
Replies: 1560
Views: 138095

"Merkel may favour India" Vaiju Naravane BERLIN: A conservative coalition between the Christian Democrats (CDU-CSU) and the Free Democrats (FDP) would, from the point of view of India's interests, be the best government to emerge from Sunday's election in Germany, according to diplomats and comment...
by arun
15 Sep 2005 17:01
Forum: Technology & Economic Forum
Topic: India's Shipping Sector
Replies: 389
Views: 79708

Try the Indian National Shipowners Association :

http://www.insa.org.in
by arun
12 Sep 2005 10:18
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: India-EU News & Analysis
Replies: 1560
Views: 138095

Let me hope that this translates into robust, sustained and proactive action in Britain and the sobriquet Londonistan is buried for good : Blair says world was reluctant to recognise Kashmir terrorism Fri Sep 9, 2:23 PM ET Prime Minister Tony Blair has said that the world had been reluctant to recog...
by arun
11 Sep 2005 11:24
Forum: Military Issues Archive
Topic: Project 75 & Submarine Options
Replies: 331
Views: 121628

It’s a bargain: six Scorpene submarines at $1.5 billion Huma Siddiqui New Delhi, Sept 9 After extracting a 3.5% discount from Airbus on the Indian airlines (IA) aircraft deal, New Delhi has renegotiated the price for purchase of ‘Scorpene’ submarines. According to government sourc...

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