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Postby Rampy » 08 Feb 2008 22:32

Rudranathh wrote:New site on Indian Strategic Matters

http://www.indiastrategic.in/


Went thru the site, they have some amazing Pictures which may be we can loan but there content is again a DDM
same old logic and talk, Arjun is heavy , Aircrafts are old and have hign accident rates etc etc...

Do we know who are the editors?

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Postby A Sharma » 08 Feb 2008 22:39

Rampy
Check this Link

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Postby Tilak » 07 Feb 2009 22:24

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Postby Jagan » 07 Feb 2009 22:46

Thanks Tilak for that link.

A few more new ones

The Guards Officers Regimental Association
http://www.indianarmy.gov.in/gora_final/index.html

Rajput Regimental Association
http://www.indianarmy.nic.in/rajput/index_rajput.html

EME Regimental Association
http://www.indianarmy.gov.in/emera/index.htm

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Postby Tilak » 08 Feb 2009 05:57

http://sainiks.com/

(Connecting the Indian Armed forces)

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Re: Indian Defence Websites Watch

Postby Jagan » 27 Jun 2009 20:32

http://www.defenceforum.in/forum

I think this is the new avatar of IDF

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Postby shiv » 12 Aug 2009 19:31

cross post
RayC wrote:In case you guys are interested in the realtime information jsut try the magazine 'Salute to the Indian Soldier'

Contact the editor:

atul.salute@gmail.com

or log on:

http://www.salute.co.in

There are great articles there.

The contributors are veteran soldiers, sailors and airmen from Chiefs to the ranks and even the lighter side with wives.

Check out the joys and tribulations and the serious issues of strategy.

Maroof Raza is the boss of the show it appears and he is good!

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Postby JaiS » 28 Aug 2009 05:17

Institute of Defence Scientists and Technologists

http://instituteofdefencescientistsandt ... gists.org/


Mission
The Mission of IDST is to make available the expertise and knowledge of the vast pool of retired DRDO scientists,
who are still in the prime of their intellectual capability, to the parent department as well as to any credible
organisation in need of such high quality of Personnel.
Vision
The Vision of IDST is to make, the numerous technical establishments in the country and abroad, aware of the
talents nurtured by DRDO and benefit from their capabilities in design, development and management of
multifarious disciplines from the point of view of Defence, thus enhancing the prestige and standing of DRDO.
Further to establish a knowledge centre, with top class facilities for conducting interactive programs between
participants and invited faculty from DRDO, Academia and Industry.


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Postby JaiS » 30 Aug 2009 07:33

Air Force Association - Karnataka Branch

XISF


XISF, the community of eX Indian Security Forces, comprises of all ranks from the Indian Army, Navy and Air Force.




Defence Division of Confederation of Indian Industry


Defence Division of Confederation of Indian Industry, India's Premier Industry Association, work towards strengthening the capabilities of Indian Industry in defence Production. CII works in the areas of steering policy formulation, defence market development and facilitation of joint ventures / technology tie-ups. CII works proactively with the Ministry of Defence, Armed Forces and Defence Research and Development Organisation towards promoting Industry's participation in Defence production.




Punjab Ex-Servicemen Corporation (PESCO)


Amalgamated Special Fund (ASF) For Reconstruction And Rehabilitation Of Ex-Servicemen, Madhya Pradesh

Directorate General Resettlement, Ministry of Defence

Western Command ExServicemen Helpline

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Postby Jagan » 30 Aug 2009 12:36

http://www.warwounded.org/war_wounded_final/index.html
The War Wounded Foundation

The War Wounded Foundation was incorporated in August 2002, with the intention of creating long- term avenues for the financial independence of all war – wounded personnel of the Army, Navy and the Air Force. There are nearly 30,000 war - wounded personnel in our country, scattered in different parts of India . On account of the heavy involvement of the defence forces, especially the Army, in major counter – insurgent and counter – terrorist operations in many parts of the country, there is a constant addition to the number of such personnel. The war wounded hail from all states and union territories. The work of the War Wounded Foundation is thus on an all – India basis.


The War Wounded Foundation has been set up as an autonomous organization to assist war wounded personnel in leading useful & productive lives and becoming financially independent.


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Re: Indian Defence Websites Watch

Postby Pawan » 30 Aug 2009 12:54

http://heroesarehere.blogspot.com
- profiles of Indian soldiers who fell in the line of duty.

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Postby Pawan » 30 Aug 2009 13:00

Jagan wrote:
Rajit Ojha wrote:http://www.majorudaisingh.com

...poignant.


Thanks for posting that - A very well designed tribute to a brave soldier.



i hope u did go thru the "TRUST" section... its an excellent initiative started by Major. Udai's parents. Maybe people at BR could contribute....

here's the link:

http://www.majorudaisingh.com/trust.htm

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Re: Indian Defence Websites Watch

Postby Pawan » 30 Aug 2009 18:44

here's another one... an online magazine...
Last edited by JaiS on 30 Aug 2009 20:34, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: Edited: There is a history behind this website because of which I am editing it out.

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Postby shiv » 27 Jul 2010 20:54

Air Marshal Tikoo Sen's blog (also a BRFite)
http://tkstales.wordpress.com/

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Postby narmad » 21 Sep 2010 21:10

http://greatindianwarstories.blogspot.com/


By Harshvardhan Pande

Looks pretty recent

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Re: Indian Defence Websites Watch

Postby SriSri » 21 Sep 2010 21:12

Jagan wrote:http://www.defenceforum.in/forum

I think this is the new avatar of IDF


Umm.. no its not. I mean, a lot of the old IDF guys you'll find there. But isn't run by the Gautam / me.

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Postby shiv » 10 Oct 2010 09:03

For the record...
Jagan wrote:Has this been posted earlier

http://www.torqueaviation.com/military_aviation.html# (hat tip @ livefist)

Website of Wg Cdr R S Chauhan - some fantastic images in there. many familiar ones, but lots of new ones as well!

His youtube stream
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-RbP_RBURY&NR=1

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Re: Indian Defence Websites Watch

Postby sumeet_s » 14 Oct 2010 12:07

A website on 2Lt. Arun Khetrapal launched today on the ocassion of his 60th Birth Anniversary.

http://www.2ltarunkhetarpal.com/

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Postby SriSri » 14 Oct 2010 12:17

sumeet_s wrote:A website on 2Lt. Arun Khetrapal launched today on the ocassion of his 60th Birth Anniversary.

http://www.2ltarunkhetarpal.com/

Nice site, thanks for posting.

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Postby SriSri » 31 Jan 2011 07:36

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India Defence
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http://www.indiadefence.in

* Not a "new" website but many new features and enhancements that deserve a mention
** As of 30th Jan 2011, free subscription / access to all premium features and sections

== What features in specific would fellow BRfites enjoy? ==

Focus - Focus provides a timeline visualization of all reports pertaining to a focus topic such as "Air Force Medium Multi-role Combat Aircraft (MMRCA) Competition". Reports are grouped by year and makes it easy and interesting to witness a topic evolve over the years.

Examples
-- Air Force Medium Multi-role Combat Aircraft (MMRCA) Competition
-- Defence Procurement Procedure and Production Policy

Database - Search through 5+ years of India Defence reports.

Network - A complete listing of the India Defence network. Some of the profiles out there might surprise you. Sign up to contact individuals.

and lots more for you to explore. Don't forget, it is ad-free for registered users. ;-)

== Give me the dirt, why is it now being made free? ==

1. Those who know me, know me as a "software guy". More specifically an open source software guy. I'm a huge evangelist of the idea of community driven projects at least when it came to software development. Over the years I have become more confident of India Defence and I want to open it up to the community and leverage the enourmous talent, focus and motivation out there and make India Defence even more special.

2. Capture the space - Do a Google search for "india defence" and on the first page I see at least 2 Pakistani websites. It is not that there aren't any Indian sites, there are some very good Indian sites. But can we enhance visibility? I think there is some scope here to do so.

3. RBI Regulations - In the coming financial year, RBI regulations for online payments will have more red tape. I don't want to spend my energies dealing with red tape and want to get on with the work itself. India Defence hence is completely free.

== So, what's next? ==

It's being made free and at this point I want to reaffirm that the team is completely focussed and motivated to making India Defence even better. Expect iterative feature enhancements and additions, regular updates and some exclusives every now and then. We wish to be more than just a "defence news blog" and thus we offer build business networking features, advanced analytical and research features and so on. And now we're increasingly looking forward to embracing the community in this endeavor.

So you're welcome to explore India Defence. Please give me feedback and if you want to get involved, don't hesitate to contact me.

- Sri

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Re: Indian Defence Websites Watch

Postby rohitvats » 21 Jul 2011 13:25

Guess, once a chor, always a chor....

This is what Mr. Sengupta wrote about "Prahaar" on his blog. From here: http://trishul-trident.blogspot.com/2011/07/more-details-emerge-about-prahaar.html

Equipped with a fibre-optic gyro-based inertial navigation system combined with a GPS receiver, the Prahaar will use an aft section fitted with stabilising fins and a solid-rocket motor. The warhead section will be built as a modular compartment, designed to carry various types of sub-munitions or a unitary warhead. For example, it will be able to carry up to 400 AT/AP bomblets, scatterable mines, anti-runway munitions and similar loads. The fin-mounted control section will store the guidance and control avionics, driving four flight control surfaces for trajectory shaping. The ‘Prahaar’ has been developed by the DRDO in cooperation with Israel Aircraft Industries’ (IAI) MLM Systems Integration Division and Israel Military Industries’ (IMI) Rocket Systems Division as a modular kit. By adjusting the ballistic trajectory of the missile to compensate for wind drift and other meteorological effects the Prahaar’s flight control system is claimed to have improved the accuracy of the missile by 4 times the average accuracy of existing unguided MBRL-launched rockets


Now, this is about EXTRA from Defence-Update wesbite:http://defense-update.com/products/e/extra.htm

The rocket uses an aft section fitted with stabilizing fins and a large solid rocket motor. The warhead is built as a modular compartment, designed to carry various types of submunitions or a unitary warhead. For example, EXTRA can carry up to 400 AT/AP Bomblets, scatterable mines, anti-runway munitions and similar loads. The fin mounted control section stores the guidance and control avionics, driving four flight control surfaces for trajectory shaping. The system was developed by IAI as a modular Kit. By adjusting the ballistic trajectory of the rocket to compensate for wind drift and other meteorological effects the system improves the accuracy of the rocket by 4 times the average of unguided MLRS rocket.



Too many coincidences, don't you think...... :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

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Re: Indian Defence Websites Watch

Postby Shrinivasan » 21 Jul 2011 13:36

rohitvats wrote:Guess, once a chor, always a chor....
This is what Mr. Sengupta wrote about "Prahaar" on his blog. From here: http://trishul-trident.blogspot.com/2011/07/more-details-emerge-about-prahaar.html
Prahaar is indeed Extra...
Extra Sleek...
Extra Cheap...
Extra Special...
Extra Deadly...

and it cause Extra laundry loads in Pindi!!!

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Re: Indian Defence Websites Watch

Postby Surya » 21 Jul 2011 16:45

rohit

an image of the web page needs to be saved for posterity. The contents of the link can be changed by the shameless

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Re: Indian Defence Websites Watch

Postby rohitvats » 21 Jul 2011 18:53

Surya wrote:rohit

an image of the web page needs to be saved for posterity. The contents of the link can be changed by the shameless


Done. :mrgreen:

I'm now going to follow our freind more 'closely'.

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Postby Jagan » 21 Jul 2011 19:18

sumeet_s wrote:A website on 2Lt. Arun Khetrapal launched today on the ocassion of his 60th Birth Anniversary.

http://www.2ltarunkhetarpal.com/


This is a nice site. Initially i was like "...nyaah.. what can be new?.. we heard the khetarpal story so many times..." Some of the pictures were neat , particularly sad to see the original 'telegram'. came so many days after the war was over.

The facts page was also poignant http://www.2ltarunkhetarpal.com/facts.html

Some stuff I never knew
The tank of Arun Khetarpal was called Famagusta Jx 202. It was restored after the war and is kept in the Armour school, Ahmedgarh.
(rahulm, any chance of a picture?)

# Famagusta’s crew was Sowar Prayag Singh, the driver. Sowar Nand Singh, the Radio Operator. Sowar Nathu Singh, the Gunner and 2/lt Arun Khetarpal, the commander.
# Nand Singh was first to die. This was just before the fatal encounter with Major Nasser. Then Arun sccumbed to his injuries. Both Prayag Singh and Nathu Singh were badly wounded but survived and retired from the army as Hon. Captains.


# Arun Khetarpal’s mother did not get the news of his death till the 26th of December. She had got his motorcycle serviced and his room decked up after hearing that the war was over on the 17th December. :(
# He was cremated on the 17th of December near Samba dictrict. All his family got was his ashes in small handkerchief.

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Re: Indian Defence Websites Watch

Postby rohitvats » 21 Jul 2011 22:45

Surya wrote:rohit

an image of the web page needs to be saved for posterity. The contents of the link can be changed by the shameless


Damn you, man! You were bang on target.....this chorgupta fellow is more slimy than a slimeball :eek:

Now that the turd has been caught with his pants down (again :roll: ) on the Prahaar and EXTRA issue, he has actually edited the page and changed the wording!!! And has the guts to claim that he never said anything about Prahaar being just indianized version of EXTRA... :evil:

But, internet is a double-edged sword :twisted:

Here is what he had originally written (from the page I saved :P :mrgreen: ):

The Prahaar will have a range of 150km and carry a 125kg (275lb) warhead. Launch weight will be about 430kg (990lb), and CEP will be well within 10 metres. Equipped with a fibre-optic gyro-based inertial navigation system combined with a GPS receiver, the Prahaar will use an aft section fitted with stabilising fins and a solid-rocket motor. The warhead section will be built as a modular compartment, designed to carry various types of sub-munitions or a unitary warhead. For example, it will be able to carry up to 400 AT/AP bomblets, scatterable mines, anti-runway munitions and similar loads.

The fin-mounted control section will store the guidance and control avionics, driving four flight control surfaces for trajectory shaping. The ‘Prahaar’ has been developed by the DRDO in cooperation with Israel Aircraft Industries’ (IAI) MLM Systems Integration Division and Israel Military Industries’ (IMI) Rocket Systems Division as a modular kit. By adjusting the ballistic trajectory of the missile to compensate for wind drift and other meteorological effects the Prahaar’s flight control system is claimed to have improved the accuracy of the missile by 4 times the average accuracy of existing unguided MBRL-launched rockets. The Prahaar’s submunitions are 30cm in diameter and 3.97 metres (13 feet) in length.



And after getting caught, this is what he has edited the page to:

The EXTRA projectile, which has served as inspiration for the Prahaar, has a range of 150km and carries a 125kg (275lb) warhead. Launch weight is about 430kg (990lb), and CEP is well within 10 metres. Equipped with a fibre-optic gyro-based inertial navigation system combined with a GPS receiver, the EXTRA uses an aft section fitted with stabilising fins and a solid-rocket motor. The warhead section is built as a modular compartment, designed to carry various types of sub-munitions or a unitary warhead. For example, it will be able to carry up to 400 AT/AP bomblets, scatterable mines, anti-runway munitions and similar loads.

The fin-mounted control section will store the guidance and control avionics, driving four flight control surfaces for trajectory shaping. The Prahaar's payload compartment is being developed by the DRDO in cooperation with Israel Aircraft Industries’ (IAI) MLM Systems Integration Division and Israel Military Industries’ (IMI) Rocket Systems Division as a modular kit. By adjusting the ballistic trajectory of the missile to compensate for wind drift and other meteorological effects the EXTRA’s flight control system is claimed to have improved the accuracy of the missile by 4 times the average accuracy of existing unguided MBRL-launched rockets. The EXTRA’s sub-munitions are 30cm in diameter and 3.97 metres (13 feet) in length


It is a different matter alltogether that, even in the first instance, he had copied the write-up om EXTRA and replaced EXTRA with Prahaar (as shown by yours truly in my previous post).


Liar Liar, pants on fire!!!! :twisted: :mrgreen: :P

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Postby Rahul M » 21 Jul 2011 22:51

rohit, the google cache should still be there. ;)

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Re: Indian Defence Websites Watch

Postby rohitvats » 21 Jul 2011 23:06

^^^I have PDF version of the page, sirji....:-)

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Re: Indian Defence Websites Watch

Postby rohitvats » 22 Jul 2011 19:31

OK. This keeps on getting better and better.

Couple of posts ago, I had shown that a section of Mr. Chorgupta's article on Prahaar was a straight lift from an article on EXTRA on the defence-uppdate website.

Courtsey a fellow netizen (who mailed me the link), we realize that, our man, true to his colors, had copied the first section of the same article as well - and this time, the stuff was taken from an article on LORA, again from defence-update website.

This is excerpt from the article on LORA from defense-update website:http://defense-update.com/products/l/lora.htm

LORA follows a relatively simple three elements design, comprising a warhead in the fore section, propulsion unit, including the solid fuel rocket motor with a nozzle. The nozzle is encircled by the navigation, flight control and guidance unit, which includes the integrated avionic guidance and flight control section, cruciform tail control surfaces, actuators, related antennas and connectors.


The section of the article lifted by Mr. Chorgupta and which still appears as such on his website in this article:http://trishul-trident.blogspot.com/2011/07/more-details-emerge-about-prahaar.html

The ‘Prahaar’ follows a relatively simple three-element design, comprising a warhead in the fore section, propulsion unit, including the solid-fuel rocket motor with a nozzle. The nozzle is encircled by the navigation, flight control and guidance unit, which includes the integrated avionic guidance and flight control section, cruciform tail control surfaces, actuators, related antennas and connectors.


Allah(PBUH) sends entertainment to his faithfulls in many a ways!!!

I'm loving it :twisted:

PS: All the supporting evidence has been saved for posterity :mrgreen:

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Re: Indian Defence Websites Watch

Postby Surya » 22 Jul 2011 22:22

dude I bet you he logs on to his own site as anonymous and posts praises of himself.

:)

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Postby Shrinivasan » 23 Jul 2011 11:22

rohitvats wrote:^^^I have PDF version of the page, sirji....:-)
could you please email me the original. by the time i printed it, the original was gone and only his denial remains... Man the amount of Jargon spewed in his site is stupendous. its like gas!!

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Re: Indian Defence Websites Watch

Postby Shrinivasan » 23 Jul 2011 11:22

pandyan wrote:Nice one Rohit. Henceforth, PCG's article shall be called Brochor. :mrgreen:

Brochor, a good one!!!

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Re: Indian Defence Websites Watch

Postby rohitvats » 23 Jul 2011 11:33

OK. Ladies and Gentlemen,

I have finally made it to high table......the 'hate' list of mr. chorgupta :mrgreen:

I mean, being mentioned by name in one his replies to another 'anonymous' posters, is a real great honor.... :P . Now, eat your hearts out...you wannabe jingoes and bow to the mahdi :mrgreen:

Jokes apart, this fellow follows BRF.....I mean, what a coincidence - someone to asks a question to him on a topic (which was answered by me on BRF some time back) and for chorgupta to remember my name and what all I wrote!!! He must really loooove me a lot or may be, just may be, he has been reading the expose' of his deed about Prahaar on BRF :mrgreen: :rotfl: :mrgreen:

Check this:

Question from a poster:

Hi Prasun!
I remember reading a month ago a comment by someone at BRF about a senior ex-Indian Army officer writing an article in FORCE magazine about the M-46S upgrade being completed. Your comments?


Answer from Chorgupta:

To Anon@4.24AM: Yeah, I remember that ill-conceived and ignorant comment by some guy called rohitvats. Nerds like him ignorantly presume that since some thoughts are penned by retired military officials these thoughts will be the gospel truth. The facts speak otherwise, and here's why: In the February 2010 issue of FORCE magazine there was an interview published of the then Army Chief Gen Deepak Kapoor in which he repeated pretty much what he had said on the eve of Army Day a month earlier. In the interview, the Army Chief had very clearly spelt out the field artillery modernisation targets yet to be achieved, which included the M-46 ungunning project. He also said that the project would take off before the end of the current 5-year defence plan (which ends in 2012). Therefore, these BR wannabes, who don't have access to publications like FORCE, and who in any case are never even invited to such press conferences/interviews, often end up getting kicked big time in their 6 'o clocks due to their devious naivety. Therefore, such mischievous elements cannot be regarded as friends of India <SNIP>



He he he.....So much looooove.....I could cry!!!

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Re: Indian Defence Websites Watch

Postby Shrinivasan » 23 Jul 2011 12:32

rohitvats wrote:
I remember reading a month ago a comment by someone at BRF about a senior ex-Indian Army officer writing an article in FORCE magazine about the M-46S upgrade being completed. Your comments?

Answer from Chorgupta:
To Anon@4.24AM: Yeah, I remember that ill-conceived and ignorant comment by some guy called rohitvats. Nerds like him ignorantly presume that since some thoughts are penned by retired military officials these thoughts will be the gospel truth.

Rohit, welcome to the club... he conveniently misses some points; let us educate him..
1) the senior ex-Indian Army officer is not some retd office in Army Medical Corps. he was Gen J J Singh.
2) It was not some anonymous article penned over a Chota Peg, it was an interview given to a national Rag while serving.
3) AFAIK, the Deepak Kapoor comment was about the second larger tranche of upgrade. Which might has been completed satisfactorily as CAG has not hauled IA's ball over coal for this!!!
You know I like frame warriors on BRF who have the balls to fight knuckle over fist on inane matters over people who do these slanders and smears.

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Re: Indian Defence Websites Watch

Postby shiv » 23 Jul 2011 12:35

Who needs FORCE when we can read "brochors" for free online.

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Re: Indian Defence Websites Watch

Postby Shrinivasan » 23 Jul 2011 13:33

shiv wrote:Who needs FORCE when we can read "brochors" for free online.
funny that he touts Farce Mag as the cornucopia of mil knowledge. Aviation week, IDRW, India Defence online, India strategic etc have better content. In this modern age of Google Chacha, one can get info from anywhere. I have access to Boeing's internal knowledge base where I CAN GET ARTICLES from any magazine / publication.. Our own BRF has high quality stuff in abundance... probably he is trying to Hawk Farce... BTB, if he is getting invite to ALL Press conferences, why does he stumble in EVERY Blog Post. Did he fall asleep when they were talking?

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Re: Indian Defence Websites Watch

Postby Rahul M » 23 Jul 2011 14:02

the only thing worth reading about in force are the interviews, which are NOT conducted by the great man, thankfully.


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