بھارتی فوج کو لائن آف کنٹرول پر فری ہینڈ

Arslan

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نئی دہلی: بھارتی وزیر دفاع اے کے انتھونی نے ایک بار پھر پاکستان اور بھارت کے درمیان کشیدگی کو ہوا دیتے ہوئے کہا ہے کہ کنٹرول لائن کی صورتحال پر بھارتی فوج کسی بھی قسم کا جواب دینے کے لئے آزاد ہے۔

بھارت کے پہلے طیارہ بردار بحری جہاز آئی این ایس وکرانت کی افتتاحی تقریب سے خطاب کرتے ہوئے اے کے انتھونی نے کہا کہ بھارتی فوج پاکستان کی جانب سے لائن آف کنٹرول کی خلاف ورزی پر کسی بھی طرح کا جواب دینے کے لئے آزاد ہے۔ اس موقع پر ان کا یہ بھی کہنا تھا کہ بھارت کو اپنی بحریہ مضبوط کرنے کی ضرورت ہے اور طیارہ بردار بحری جہاز کے بیڑے میں شامل ہونے سے بھارتی نیوی کا شمار دنیا کی مضبوط ترین بحریہ میں ہوگا۔
دوسری جانب ایک بار پھر الٹا چورکوتوال کو ڈانٹے کی مثال پر عمل کرتے ہوئے بھارتی وزارت دفاع کے ترجمان ایس این اچاریہ نے پاکستان پر الزام عائد کیا ہے کہ پاک فوج نے اتوار اور پیر کی درمیانی شب ایک بار پھر لائن آف کنٹرول کی خلاف ورزی کرتے ہوئے پونچھ اور درگا سیکٹر میں گولا باری اور فائرنگ کی۔ واضح رہے کہ بھارتی فوج نے اتوار اور پیر کی درمیانی شب آزادکشمیر کے چری کوٹ، ستوال اور بٹل سیکٹروں میں نیا محاذ کھولتے ہوئے شدید گولہ باری کی تھی جس کے نتیجے میں ایک شہری شہید ہوگیا تھا

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vote4pti

Minister (2k+ posts)
Agar Mian Nawaz Sharif urf Aristotle sb se yeh mulk nahi sambhaala ja raha tau kyun INDIA KO DIRECT CONTROL nahi de deta yeh munhoos?????

I can bet on it Congress & Manmohan Singh will govern it better than PMLN and Nawaz Sharif. Idiots! 'Humsaaya' inn ki maar k chala jata hai, aur yeh munh uthaa k dekhta rehtay hain.....
 

Bangash

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
بھارتی فوج اپنی بالا دستی قائم کرنے کے لئے یہ تو تو میں میں کی فساد کرتا ہے
پاکستان کو ایسے الزامات کا بھر پور جواب دینا چاہئے

 

TONIC

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
India unveils home-built aircraft carrier, INS Vikrant

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India launches aircraft carrier INS Vikrant

New Delhi, India (CNN) -- India launched a 37,500-ton indigenous aircraft carrier Monday in its bid to join a select group of nations capable of building such warships.
The carrier INS Vikrant, meaning courageous, was unveiled at a shipyard in Kochi in southern India, defense ministry spokesman Sitanshu Kar told CNN.
The warship will undergo extensive tests in the next few years before it is commissioned into the navy, he added.
The INS Vikrant, which is 260 meter (853 feet) long and 60 meter (196 feet) wide, can carry MiG 29K fighters and light combat aircraft, he said.
Only the United States, the United Kingdom, Russia and France have the capability to design and build such warships, Kar said.
Monday's launch comes two days after India announced activation of the reactor on its home-built nuclear-powered submarine, in what Prime Minister Manmohan Singh described was "a giant stride in the progress of our indigenous technological capabilities."
"It is testimony to the ability of our scientists, technologists and defense personnel to work together for mastering complex technologies in the service of our nation's security," Singh said in a message on Saturday after the reactor on board the INS Arihant submarine was activated.


http://edition.cnn.com/2013/08/12/world/asia/india-aircraft-carrier/index.html?hpt=hp_t3​
 

London-1

Councller (250+ posts)
Jitni bakwaas N- league ke liye karnay mein time zaaya kartay hain,
wohi zor India ke khilaaf laga lo toe behtar hye.
 

NasNY

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Re: India unveils home-built aircraft carrier, INS Vikrant

Pakistan has plenty of Anti-carrier Missiles, this bucket will sink easily.
 

ranaji

President (40k+ posts)
Agar Mian Nawaz Sharif urf Aristotle sb se yeh mulk nahi sambhaala ja raha tau kyun INDIA KO DIRECT CONTROL nahi de deta yeh munhoos?????

I can bet on it Congress & Manmohan Singh will govern it better than PMLN and Nawaz Sharif. Idiots! 'Humsaaya' inn ki maar k chala jata hai, aur yeh munh uthaa k dekhta rehtay hain.....
zanani aur noora dono namardd hain yeh log monh saay bhi nahi jawab dai saktey to karney ke wastey himmat ki zaroorat hai jo namardo mai nahi hoti
 

ammadk

Minister (2k+ posts)
Re: India unveils home-built aircraft carrier, INS Vikrant

GAY HIND...indians, biggest liars to ever live(yapping)..INS Vikrant is not indian designed or made carrier,this carrier was discarded by russian navy and Indians bought it made some repairs and improvements..in ko second hand chezain lainy ka bra shok hai[hilar]
 

The Pakistani

Minister (2k+ posts)
Re: India unveils home-built aircraft carrier, INS Vikrant

Indian navy had an aircraft carrier, an amphibious transport dock, eight guided missile destroyers, 15 frigates, one nuclear attack submarine, 14 conventional submarines, 24 corvettes, 30 patrol vessels, 7 mine countermeasure vessels and various auxiliary ships.While on the other hand Pakistan is happy with its 3 Agusta Submarines.India considers China its main rival,Pakistan navy can not last more than 30 minutes infront of India(Better read the history of naval War in 1965)..
 

mr.pti

Minister (2k+ posts)
Indian goverment is in hand of Indian Army

I was watching TIME NOW show and anchor keep making these non sense comments about Pakistan and Pakistani Army etc etc. Just found out that Indian PM Monmogan Singh wanted to visit Pakistan but he was told by Indian Army Cheif U ARE NOT ALLOWED TO. But our media does not highlight that and does not talk about that at all.

Army chief opposes PM's trip to Pak


Indrani Bagchi, TNNSep 21, 2012, 01.17AM IST
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NEW DELHI: Any hope Pakistan may have nurtured that a visit by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh could open the door for a "deal" on Siachen has been dashed, with Army chief Gen Bikram Singh being as opposed to the idea as all his predecessors before him.

In his maiden interaction with the press, Gen Singh clearly stated the ground rules on a border agreement. And they don't include any troop withdrawal from the Siachen heights. "There is no change in our view at all. We must continue to hold that area...We have lost lot of lives and shed a lot of blood there. The positions are of strategic importance to us. We have conveyed our concerns to the government,'' he said. It will be difficult for the Indian government to accept anything less.

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Pakistan is hopeful of Singh's visit before it goes to the polls. Singh himself is keen to visit Pakistan, and has not shied away from making his interest known. With this in mind, Islamabad has pushed New Delhi hard this year to do a deal on Siachen. Pakistan has even delayed talks on the Sir Creek issue in order to mount pressure on India for a Siachen pact.

Returning from Iran after the NAM summit, the PM hinted that a Sir Creek agreement was "doable" but he was silent on Siachen. There is little chance of Singh going to Pakistan this year. His position is very different from Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who had visited Pakistan twice in his five years despite a Kargil and a Parliament attack as well as a disastrous Agra summit between them.

Primarily, it's because the nature of terrorism from Pakistan has changed substantially in the past decade. But mostly, it's because Mumbai changed the discourse in a way that will make it difficult for a summit level visit without Pakistan taking demonstrable steps against terrorism. The political atmosphere in India is fragile enough that a concession to Pakistan would be interpreted as a betrayal. The UPA has already taken several knocks after the Sharm-el-Sheikh joint statement with Pakistan in 2009. In the forthcoming state elections, political managers fear a PM visit to Pakistan could be battered on nationalistic lines.

There is cross-spectrum acceptance on trade concessions and people-to-people contacts with Pakistan. But there is no room for a concession on Siachen because it ties in with India's larger strategic outlook, particularly regarding the China-Pakistan nexus. India's occupation of the Siachen heights gives it a unique advantage that it does not want to relinquish.

Officials said India's position on Siachen had neither hardened nor softened for years. But Pakistani Army chief Gen Ashfaq Kayani had said twice in a month (May) that Pakistan wants the Siachen issue to be solved and India had "toughened" its stand asking for a demarcation, which was seen here as a pressure tactic. Ideally, a Siachen agreement should be part of a broad agreement of the border, but Pakistan is yet to agree to that.

"We have been consistent on the steps necessary before demilitarization of Siachen can be carried out. We won't give up the advantage we enjoy without a very credible, and verifiable, commitment from their side," a senior Indian Army officer told TOI recently. Another officer pointed out that India has repeatedly pointed out that any demilitarization should be preceded by delineation of Actual Ground Position Line (AGPL), authentication of the line and military positions on maps to be exchanged between the two countries, an end to wrong projection of AGPL in each other's maps, drawing up framework for demilitarization and as final step withdrawal of troops from the glacial heights. "They are reluctant to agree to our suggestions," another senior military official said.

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The core of the difference between the two sides is this: India wants Pakistan to authenticate positions on the AGPL before any talk of demilitarization or withdrawal. Pakistan is pushing a four-point plan that includes demilitarization, withdrawal of troops, delineation and authentication. India is unwilling to do this.



http://articles.timesofindia.indiat...r-creek-sharm-el-sheikh-joint-statement#write
 
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NasNY

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Re: India unveils home-built aircraft carrier, INS Vikrant

pakistan dont have any aircraft carrier.

I said Anti-carrier Missiles.

pakistan does not need to travel around the world to wage war, when our enemy is next door.
 

Bani Adam

Senator (1k+ posts)
تندئ بادِ مخالف سے نہ گھبرا اے عقاب

یہ تو چلتی ہے تجھے اونچا اڑانے کے لیے
 

inqlab

MPA (400+ posts)
Re: India unveils home-built aircraft carrier, INS Vikrant

its infact good for pakistan, whenever we had threat and challenged by india we improved our arsenals
 
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