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Singh still in dreams, he is considering China can’t repeat 1962. China is still many times powerfull as compared to India.

Army Chief General V K Singh has said India was “not sure” of China’s intentions for developing infrastructure along the borders, but a repeat of the 1962 aggression was “never” possible.  Describing the regional security situation as “fragile,” Singh said Pakistan Army’s India-centric posturing and diversion of US counter-terrorism military …

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Afghan review backs US plan, despite violence

An Afghan man is detained by US Marines from the First Battalion, Eighth Marines Bravo Company at their base in Talibjan after a battle against Taliban insurgents in Musa Qala district in southern Afghanistan’s Helmand province November 7, 2010. – Reuters Photo WASHINGTON/KABUL: A December review of the Afghanistan war …

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Pakistan Navy visiting Maldives for a Good Cause

Pakistan Navy ship “SAIF” will be paying a Goodwill visit to Maldives from 27-30 October, 2010. Pakistan Navy ships making routine Port calls on the ports of friendly countries. Pakistan and Maldives enjoy close friendly relations which has been demonstrated through show of complete solidarity with the flood victims of …

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India vs Pakistan – Evaluation on Military Strengths

India vs Pakistan – Evaluation on Military Strengths | Aby The Liberal India vs Pakistan – Evaluation on Military Strengths Aby August 6th, 2007 Background: India achieved its independence from imperial Britain in 1947, after which it was divided into two countries – India and Pakistan, as per the Mountbatten …

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Two US drone strikes kill 14 in North Waziristan

A covert US drone campaign in Pakistan has stepped up strikes in the tribal belt, as intelligence claims emerged last month of a Mumbai-style terror plot to launch commando attacks on European cities. – AP Photo PESHAWAR: A pair of American drone strikes killed 14 suspected militants in northwestern Pakistan …

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KP universities shut to press govt over VC’s release

Khan was kidnapped on September 7 by members of the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan when he was going to his office from his residence. — File photo PESHAWAR: All universities in Khyber Pakhtunkhawa were shut down for an indefinite period as demonstrations continued to press the government for the recovery of abducted …

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U.S. Election Postscript: the Despairing Expat View

I follow a couple of English China blogs, and this is a particular interesting perspective on the American elections by a American law professor living in Beijing. I wasn’t planning on writing anything else about the U.S. midterm elections further than that post yesterday, but I changed my mind. Yesterday’s …

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Hunt For 6th Generation Fighter Begins Today

Livefist – Indian Defence & Aerospace: Hunt For 6th Generation Fighter Begins Today The hunt for a sixth generation fighter plane officially began today at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio. An office of the US defence establishment (Aeronautical System Center) today put out a capability request for information …

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