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by D Roy
25 Jul 2012 11:14
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: China Military Watch - Jan 11, 2011
Replies: 6593
Views: 835786

Re: China Military Watch - Jan 11, 2011

That's one of the most facetious articles i have seen.

There's no mention of the Dhruv and its variants which is more advanced than China's Dauphin knockoffs.

What is more a comparison between Dauphin and Ecureuil derivatives is being made with the Apache.ridiculous.
by D Roy
23 Jul 2012 16:10
Forum: Military Issues & History Forum
Topic: Military Acquisitions, Partnerships & Developments
Replies: 3012
Views: 584421

Re: Military Acquisitions, Partnerships & Developments

Yes they can, if they want to.

Unfortunately they are dithering based on the flimsiest of excuses.
by D Roy
19 Jul 2012 10:02
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion
Replies: 4358
Views: 276366

Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion

the real thing although OT for this thread that you should worry about is the fact that the luminary who wrote that article was a member of the NC committee that submitted its report recently.
by D Roy
18 Jul 2012 20:14
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion
Replies: 4358
Views: 276366

Re: Indian Missiles and Munitions Discussion

This can be posted in the ABM thread by somebody .. but I am posting it here as well.

Witness the depths to which some can sink..

http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/gove ... 08850.html
by D Roy
16 Jul 2012 22:05
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 168625

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

There have been plenty of reformers who have come from within Hindu society without the pressure of soul stealers being there. Exactly. People forget that some of our greatest saints were from Shudra jatis and also from what is now called Dalit. The entire bhakti movement grew out from the lowest c...
by D Roy
15 Jul 2012 19:25
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: The Red Menace
Replies: 3744
Views: 371128

Re: The Red Menace

Yes. Strategy re-think looks like.
We should aim to minimise the collateral damage - this works in maoists favour, not ours.


No. That time is past.
by D Roy
15 Jul 2012 18:09
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: The Red Menace
Replies: 3744
Views: 371128

Re: The Red Menace

so you are basically saying that the Ober gaandus ruckus after the last incident is forcing a GOI re-think?
by D Roy
15 Jul 2012 13:45
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: Indian Interests
Replies: 6458
Views: 474366

Re: Indian Interests

Wikipedia doctoring is being done by the reds also. Just read this page

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mallojula_Koteswara_Rao


Also read Prabhakaran's page. All non-green terrorist movements are being shepherded by gora cliques.
by D Roy
13 Jul 2012 19:59
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indian Foreign Policy
Replies: 2462
Views: 361360

Re: Indian Foreign Policy

their chief bhai will get mooh t** ja***b at a certain place in the dakshin utlaaantik.
by D Roy
13 Jul 2012 19:47
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indian Foreign Policy
Replies: 2462
Views: 361360

Re: Indian Foreign Policy

Finally!

It is now an open secret that these three sh*ts are behind the maoist movement in India. They were also behind the protests at K'lam and naturally have EJ conduits.

It is time to put them in their effing place.
by D Roy
13 Jul 2012 11:33
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: India-US Strategic News and Discussion
Replies: 14521
Views: 758701

Re: India-US Strategic News and Discussion

to this day no Indian has challenged the Indian Constitution using the word "secular, socialist republic". If we the people have right to freedom of religion, why was there a need to include the word "secular"? If we are free to decide on our form of gov't, why is it already dec...
by D Roy
11 Jul 2012 18:57
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: Indian Interests
Replies: 6458
Views: 474366

Re: Indian Interests

Rabindranath got the prize because of W.B yeats and other Irish poets who held sway over the literature prize in that period. otherwise the english turds denied the prize to every patriotic Indian from J.C Bose to Satyen Bose. Plus Satyen Bose was also not on good terms with Chachaji. and look it is...
by D Roy
10 Jul 2012 11:09
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: Indian Interests
Replies: 6458
Views: 474366

Re: Indian Interests

Friendship with America has been predicated on the following: 1. India's early entry into the NSG. 2. UN reforms. 3. Transfer of industrial tech from both Amrika and Nippon. Point no. 3 is what is most crucial and the real bellwether of this relationship. This has been conveyed. If (3) starts happen...
by D Roy
09 Jul 2012 17:54
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: The Red Menace
Replies: 3744
Views: 371128

Re: The Red Menace

"formal alignment".

He he. I'll have you know that A Roy was at her Dilli book launch last year.
by D Roy
08 Jul 2012 11:29
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: India-Australia News and Discussion
Replies: 1966
Views: 270655

Re: India-Australia News and Discussion

Hmm.... http://www.canberratimes.com.au/opinion/time-to-toast-our-boson-buddies-20120707-21nuq.html YOU MUST understand, someone said once, that there is pure mathematics, and applied mathematics, and a subset of that called physics, the study of the mathematics of matter and motion. And then there ...
by D Roy
05 Jul 2012 11:17
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: Indian Army: News and Discussions 15 Apr 2012
Replies: 3969
Views: 266832

Re: Indian Army: News and Discussions 15 Apr 2012

Where does the funding come from - IA or IAF


Funnily enough, these birds were always funded by the IA.
by D Roy
03 Jul 2012 23:12
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: Indian Interests
Replies: 6458
Views: 474366

Re: Indian Interests

Exactly.

He happened to be chairman of the IPCC at the time when said organization was nominated for the prize.
by D Roy
03 Jul 2012 23:08
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: China Military Watch - Jan 11, 2011
Replies: 6593
Views: 835786

Re: China Military Watch - Jan 11, 2011

Rakshaks would note that China actually flies a couple of "civilian" C-130s (L-100) that it received from Lockheed Martin in 1987.
by D Roy
03 Jul 2012 21:33
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: China Military Watch - Jan 11, 2011
Replies: 6593
Views: 835786

Re: China Military Watch - Jan 11, 2011

Oh by the way do you want to know something even nicer? Norinco has managed to copy the M777 ULH. They have badged it the AH-4 and claim it'll be ready in a couple of years for export etc. Acharya, Check Advanced Persistent threat or APT. It is the name given by the Pentagon to the wide ranging Chin...
by D Roy
03 Jul 2012 19:43
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: China Military Watch - Jan 11, 2011
Replies: 6593
Views: 835786

Re: China Military Watch - Jan 11, 2011

and don't forget Honeywell's help to the Chinese in the mid-nineties.

Nor should GE's continuing transfer of avionics tech to China be ignored.
by D Roy
03 Jul 2012 18:31
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 29th May 2012
Replies: 2845
Views: 132605

Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 29th May

By the way,

Stanley Mchrystal was also part of "Aspen".
by D Roy
03 Jul 2012 00:29
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Geopolitical thread
Replies: 3955
Views: 415859

Re: Geopolitical thread

Just note one thing that will show how successful we have been. Diana Eck, yes the same person who turned out to be SSwamy's bete noir in Harvard has written a book which fully endorses the sacred geography of bharat varsh that we hold so dear. It is at odds with the typical Stratfor propaganda. Of ...
by D Roy
03 Jul 2012 00:17
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 168625

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

why bother sending a high commissioner at all?
A steno from one of our business houses is good enough to deal with the briturds.
by D Roy
01 Jul 2012 12:38
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 15 Jan 201
Replies: 781
Views: 30167

Re: Pakistan : A new way of looking

http://dawn.com/2012/06/22/a-muslim-majority-indus-valley-civilization/ Who are we? For most of our history we have been caught between competing ideas about Pakistan. Is it a land for Muslims? What does an Islamic identity mean for the indigenous cultures of Punjab, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Baloc...
by D Roy
28 Jun 2012 17:55
Forum: Technology & Economic Forum
Topic: India's Contribution to Science & Technology
Replies: 743
Views: 182088

Re: India's Contribution to Science & Technology

See that has always been the problem. Today, the Anglo-Saxons like to think of themselves as the inheritors of greco-roman culture which they most certainly are not. Post-renaissance this feeling was enshrined in their academic psyche and ethos. Just watch any show on nat geo and observe the near or...
by D Roy
27 Jun 2012 22:13
Forum: Technology & Economic Forum
Topic: India's Contribution to Science & Technology
Replies: 743
Views: 182088

Re: India's Contribution to Science & Technology

The Wiki article on Baudhyana himself, contains no reference to Mesopotamia The standalone articles on Indian topics don't have these issues because a high concentration of Indians oversee them. It is the India section in a world "overview" page that we have to watch out for, because here...
by D Roy
27 Jun 2012 16:21
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth
Replies: 8372
Views: 513221

Re: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth

The biggest problem is that most of the Indus valley sites were lost to Pakistan and thereby remained under Chachi's influence.
by D Roy
27 Jun 2012 13:04
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Future Strategic Scenario for the Indian Subcontinent -II
Replies: 4264
Views: 313735

Re: Future Strategic Scenario for the Indian Subcontinent -I

and also needs direct countering. All those here who are editors on wikipedia should keep an eye out for this. other members could also flag such instances to them. In fact is there any thread here that deals with this? Doctoring wikipedia is actually a rather cheap way to carry out ideological warf...
by D Roy
27 Jun 2012 10:50
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Future Strategic Scenario for the Indian Subcontinent -II
Replies: 4264
Views: 313735

Re: Future Strategic Scenario for the Indian Subcontinent -I

x post from Indian contributions in sci tech Anyway since we are on the topic of India's historical contributions, I don't know if many of you are aware that a massive campaign to distort pages on India's scientific contributions is underway in wikipedia. There is clearly an attempt to suggest that ...
by D Roy
27 Jun 2012 10:49
Forum: Technology & Economic Forum
Topic: India's Contribution to Science & Technology
Replies: 743
Views: 182088

Re: India's Contribution to Science & Technology

Anyway since we are on the topic of India's historical contributions, I don't know if many of you are aware that a massive campaign to distort pages on India's scientific contributions is underway in wikipedia. There is clearly an attempt to suggest that such and such came to India from xyz. Let's t...
by D Roy
27 Jun 2012 10:18
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Internal Security Watch
Replies: 9599
Views: 697061

Re: Internal Security Watch

But even more interestingly the 1989 Bhagalpur riots are never mentioned as a cause for the radicalization of abduls in that part of Bihar ..
by D Roy
26 Jun 2012 10:19
Forum: Military Issues & History Forum
Topic: UAVs, Drones, Remote Surveillance Tech
Replies: 2517
Views: 587258

Re: UAVs, Drones, Remote Surveillance Tech

Arrey Pappe that is range ( i.e 4000 km) and not combat radius. All these programs are intended to deliver an "honest" 1100 nautical mile radius strike vehicle. So basically whether your are talking about UCAS-D or Skat you are looking at a radius of action of about 2000 km and not 4000 km.
by D Roy
22 Jun 2012 08:37
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: US and PRC relationship & India
Replies: 2018
Views: 225994

Re: US and PRC relationship & India

Nope. As usual everybody is using the slowdown to make their own point. it isn't about a new set of reforms, that's a bullshit red herring. it's about fiscal prudence and respecting exisiting reforms such as the FRBM act which enjoins upon the govt to remove the revenue deficit altogether and cap th...
by D Roy
20 Jun 2012 21:52
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Internal Security Watch
Replies: 9599
Views: 697061

Re: Internal Security Watch

There is one change required.

madhya Pradesh - maobadis are marginal. Instead Dacoitry is very much rife in the rural areas especially bundelkhand.
by D Roy
20 Jun 2012 02:49
Forum: Military Issues & History Forum
Topic: Military Acquisitions, Partnerships & Developments
Replies: 3012
Views: 584421

Re: Military Acquisitions, Partnerships & Developments

Given budgetary trends I have no doubt the Indian Army will get into a very cosy relationship with DRDO. In fact it has already happened to an extent. Watch this space. The IAF will go hammer and tongs on DRDO to get up to speed on propulsion. GATET will yield results. The Indian Navy will continue ...
by D Roy
19 Jun 2012 18:31
Forum: Military Issues & History Forum
Topic: International Military Discussion
Replies: 2974
Views: 460718

Re: International Military Discussion

He He. http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/industry-and-economy/economy/article3546569.ece?homepage=true&ref=wl_home BANGALORE, JUNE 19: The Defence Research & Development Organisation (DRDO) plans to inaugurate a new facility of the Defence Bioengineering & Electromedical Laboratory (DE...
by D Roy
19 Jun 2012 10:15
Forum: Military Issues & History Forum
Topic: Miscellaneous Pictures - Indian Armed Forces
Replies: 3145
Views: 429732

Re: Miscellaneous Pictures - Indian Military

So the Beretta MX4 has indeed made its way to India. The reports from last year of a large order from MHA were therefore correct.

Refer to the first picture.
by D Roy
11 Jun 2012 17:18
Forum: Military Issues Archive
Topic: Indian Naval Discussion
Replies: 5409
Views: 331054

Re: Indian Naval Discussion

Arrey Dada, You are talking about an old kiev class carrier modified to what is now the Vikad. The Soviet policy towards heavy aviation cruisers ( as they called it) was simple. The larger the island the more people you could staff in it thereby fulfilling the need to hire as many people as possible...

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