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  • India Prepares for a Two-Front War

    03/02/2010 12:24:33 AM PST · by sukhoi-30mki · 15 replies · 914+ views
    The Wall Street Journal ^ | MARCH 1, 2010 | DAN BLUMENTHAL
    India Prepares for a Two-Front War This isn't just a change in military doctrine—it's a reflection of America's declining power in Asia. By DAN BLUMENTHAL There is one country responding to China's military build-up and aggressiveness with some muscle of its own. No, it is not the United States, the superpower ostensibly responsible for maintaining peace and security in Asia. Rather, it is India, whose military is currently refining a "two-front war" doctrine to fend off Pakistan and China simultaneously. Defending against Pakistan isn't anything new, and Delhi has long viewed China with suspicion. But in recent years India has...
  • How To Kill Political Correctness Before It Kills Us

    01/16/2010 5:21:01 AM PST · by IbJensen · 36 replies · 1,370+ views
    The Bulletin ^ | 1/16/2010 | Herb Denenberg
    I’ve been doing consumer reports for over 34 years and, from my perspective, the No. 1 consumer issue is the sad state of the mainstream media. It has become something other than a segment of the media, and now can be correctly described as a propaganda organ of a Democratic Party controlled executive branch of the U.S. Government. What’s worse, it is totally biased, dishonest, and fraudulent and can no longer be trusted to deliver the information needed by the American people. It pulled off the biggest fraud in electoral history by pushing the election of President Barack Obama, and...
  • INDIA GETS WARY OF OBAMA (The Times of India)

    11/21/2009 11:44:08 AM PST · by AmericanInTokyo · 44 replies · 2,044+ views
    The Times of India (New Delhi, India) ^ | 21 November 2009 | Indrani Bagchi
    China , Japan, Vietnam, Indonesia, Afghanistan, Pakistan... US president Barack Obama ran through the gamut of nations as he articulated another elegant Asia policy speech in Tokyo this week. Conspicuous by its absence was India. Was India not on his radar? Or was it such a close ally that he skipped naming it at a public function? It left New Delhi wondering. Just two days later, bam! He did something even more astonishing by acquiescing in a Chinese demand to let Beijing assume the role of a monitor in South Asia, an area where China is seen by India as...
  • China not needed in South Asia, angry India tells US

    11/18/2009 3:22:56 AM PST · by cold start · 35 replies · 1,652+ views
    ZEENEWS.COM ^ | 18th November 2009 | Zeenews Bureau
    New Delhi: Angered by US President Barack Obama’s attempt to envisage a role for China in South Asia, India on Wednesday made it clear that it objects any move to give a wider footprint to China in the region. The Ministry of External Affairs said that it had objections to Obama giving China a greater role in South Asian affairs, adding a third country’s role cannot be envisaged in the bilateral relationships between countries of the region. The MEA further said a role for a third country in the region was not necessary and India was committed to resolving all...
  • India discovers Chinese plan to divide country

    08/21/2009 4:51:18 PM PDT · by markomalley · 30 replies · 2,473+ views
    Spero News ^ | 8/21/2009
    An article on a semi-official Chinese site details a roadmap to divide India in 20 or more little states, giving support to nationalists, separatists, Tamilians, Srilankans and Bangladeshis The government of New Dehli made an official protest for the content of an article appeared on a Chinese site that aims to divide India in “20-30 small states” giving support to guerillas and nationalist movements present on the territory of the great nation or abroad. Posted on April 8 on the website, iiss.cn (International Institute for Strategic Studies) the article detailed a roadmap for breaking up India. There it is stated:...
  • Jairam shows the spine on climate change [Indian minister says no to Hillary on CO2 cap]

    07/19/2009 12:32:40 PM PDT · by MyTwoCopperCoins · 5 replies · 1,236+ views
    Rediff News ^ | 19 July, 2009 | Rediff News
    Now, you don't get this often. An Indian minister talking straight and sharp. Less diplomatic, but quite political on an important global issue. In the presence of the United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Todd Stern, US president Barack Obama's special envoy for climate change, Indian Minister for the Environment and Forests, Jairam Ramesh spoke in no-nonsense terms on India's actual position on climate change and, in process, gave a response in the same coin to none other than New York Times' strong editorial which gave advise and comments on the Indo-US bilateral issues, including climate change and...
  • Pakistan's Swat offensive leaves India sceptical

    05/17/2009 5:23:40 AM PDT · by MyTwoCopperCoins · 5 replies · 421+ views
    Reuters ^ | Sun May 17, 2009 3:50pm IST | By Myra MacDonald
    LONDON: Pakistan's military offensive against the Taliban in the Swat valley has done nothing to allay Indian doubts about its willingness to crack down more widely on Islamist militants, analysts say. That leaves both countries vulnerable to a flare-up of tensions still simmering after last November's attack on Mumbai which could torpedo the U.S. administration's plans for Afghanistan and Pakistan. It also complicates U.S. efforts to coax Pakistan into moving troops from its eastern border with India to fight the Taliban on its western border with Afghanistan. Gurmeet Kanwal at the Centre for Land Warfare Studies in New Delhi said...
  • Pakistan Should Change its Mindset Toward India: US (General Petraeus)

    04/22/2009 10:21:20 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 9 replies · 526+ views
    The Times of India ^ | 23 Apr 2009
    General David Petraeus, architect of the US military surge credited with dramatically reducing violence in Iraq, has said that Pakistan's leaders need to realise that their biggest threat comes from internal extremists, not from neighbouring India. "It's an intellectually dislocating idea for the institutions of Pakistan," Petraeus, the leader of US Central Command, which oversees the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, told a forum at the Harvard University Tuesday, referring to the country's military and political establishment. The goal in working with Pakistan, whose Afghanistan border has become a haven for insurgents, is to help its officials understand that "the...
  • Trained pilots in India on terror mission

    04/01/2009 4:21:17 PM PDT · by MyTwoCopperCoins · 8 replies · 633+ views
    The Times of India ^ | 2nd April, 2009 | The Times of India
    MUMBAI: Security agencies have been placed on high alert following an intelligence report that 7-8 trained pilots and around a dozen women fidayeen have entered the country on a mission to carry out terror strikes and hijackings. Security arrangements across the country have been beefed up following the input that was received six days ago by Maharashtra police and some other security agencies. This was three days before the threat e-mail landed at the Taj Mahal hotel in Mumbai and a Taj property in Chennai. All security agencies have now been briefed about a group of 20 people entering India....
  • Britain and its Muslims: How the government lost the plot

    02/28/2009 10:26:18 AM PST · by Ravnagora · 23 replies · 854+ views
    Economist.com ^ | February 26, 2009 | The Economist
    A desperate search for a new policy towards Islam has yet to produce results A WAR, a riot, a terrorist attack or a row over blasphemy: not long ago, Britain’s government knew exactly what to do when a crisis loomed in relations with the country’s Muslims. As recently as July 2005, after bombs in London killed 56 people, Tony Blair was confident that he could avoid a total breakdown of trust between Muslim Britons and their compatriots. Using an old formula, the prime minister called in some Islamic worthies and suggested they form a task force on extremism. Then, hours...
  • Pakistan Must be Taught a Lesson in a Way it Understands: Narendra Modi

    02/25/2009 11:18:17 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 8 replies · 488+ views
    The Times of India ^ | 26 Feb 2009
    Accusing the UPA government of handling Pakistan with kid gloves post Mumbai attacks, Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi has said the neighbouring country must be taught a lesson in a language it understands. "Unless you reply to Pakistan in the language it understands, terrorism will not be wiped out from this country and the UPA is incapable of doing this," he said addressing a public meeting in Pimpalgaon near Nashik on Wednesday. Modi said 26/11 happened because of the UPA's "ineffectiveness". The government compromised on national security because of their vote bank politics, he added. He said, "26/11 was a...
  • The amazing anti-India syllabus of Pakistani madrassas

    02/24/2009 5:34:32 AM PST · by MyTwoCopperCoins · 5 replies · 449+ views
    Rediff ^ | 24 Feb., 2009 | Rediff
    "India was part of Pakistan before 1947. In the 1965 war, Pakistan conquered several areas of India and staring at a certain defeat, New Delhi  requested the United Nations to arrange for a ceasefire. During the 1971 war, the Pakistan Army demonstrated great courage and valour and inflicted humiliating blows on the Indian forces on both the Eastern and Western fronts." These excerpts may puzzle you, but according to some madrassahs in Pakistan, it is nothing, but history. Ten year olds in those madrassahs are injected with such and more distorted 'facts', says a confidential Intelligence Bureau report.  Besides...
  • Gruesome Killing Poses Another Test For US Muslims

    02/21/2009 4:52:49 PM PST · by Steelfish · 56 replies · 1,387+ views
    SFChronicle ^ | February 21, 2009
    Gruesome killing poses another test for US Muslims ERIC GORSKI, AP Religion Writer February 21, 2009 The crime was so brutal, shocking and rife with the worst possible stereotypes about their faith that some U.S. Muslims thought the initial reports were a hoax. The harsh reality of what happened in an affluent suburb of Buffalo, N.Y. — the beheading of 37-year-old Aasiya Hassan and arrest of her estranged husband in the killing — is another crucible for American Muslims. Here was a couple that appeared to be the picture of assimilation and tolerance, co-founders of a television network that aspired...
  • Valentine's Day Eve Beheading in America - Islamofascist Pakistani American Murders Wife in Buffalo

    02/14/2009 7:02:16 PM PST · by Sir Francis Dashwood · 13 replies · 1,345+ views
    YouTube ^ | 2-14-09 | IndianMediaZoom
    Folks: This is news you will never hear in Indian news channels, not just because the events occured in US, but more bcoz it shows islam in its true negative light. Muzzammil Hassan, a Pakistani Immigrant to United States story shows that the core problem for the well being of the world is the ideology of fascist islam. Muzzamil Hassan was the CEO of islamist Bridges TV - another of those initiatives where muslims camouflage their totalitarian intentions under the garb - moderate. A moderate is 'moderate' because he does not believe in his literal text and is willing to...
  • The Saudi Connection to the Mumbai Massacres [and worldwide terror]

    02/13/2009 5:45:59 AM PST · by SJackson · 7 replies · 404+ views
    IMRA/Institute for Contemporary Affairs ^ | 2-13-09 | Col. (res.) Jonathan Fighel
    The Saudi Connection to the Mumbai Massacres Jerusalem Issue BriefInstitute for Contemporary Affairsfounded jointly with the Wechsler Family FoundationVol. 8, No. 21 12 February 2009The Saudi Connection to the Mumbai Massacres:Strategic Implications for IsraelCol. (res.) Jonathan FighelThe Mumbai attacks have been linked to Lashkar-e-Taiba and radical Islamic groups in Kashmir generally. Yet it would be a mistake to see Lashkar only as a local organization with only a local agenda.Saudi Arabia has contributed very much to what Lashkar-e-Taiba looks like, how it thinks, its motivation, ideology, and funding. Saudi Arabia presents itself as the protector and the spearhead of...
  • Pakistan arrests 'main operator' in Mumbai attacks

    02/12/2009 9:33:16 AM PST · by IrishMike · 4 replies · 487+ views
    AP ^ | Thursday, Feb. 12, 2009 | STEPHEN GRAHAM
    Pakistan acknowledged for the first time that the Mumbai terrorist attacks were launched from its shores and at least partly plotted on its soil, saying Thursday that it had arrested most of the chief suspects including one described as "the main operator." Interior Ministry chief Rehman Malik said Pakistan has started criminal proceedings against eight suspects — some of them also named by India as the masterminds of the attacks — but he reiterated that authorities needed more evidence from New Delhi to secure convictions. The revelations suggest Pakistan is serious about punishing those behind the November attacks, which killed...
  • Eight Alleged Indian Spies Arrested in Pakistan

    02/10/2009 2:21:26 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 2 replies · 285+ views
    Thaindian News ^ | February 11th, 2009
    Pakistan Tuesday arrested eight people for allegedly spying for Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), Geo TV reported. The suspects were arrested from the cities of Abbotabad, Mirpur and Rahimyar Khan Tuesday and were traced through mobile phone, it reported.
  • Al Qaeda threatens India with 'humiliation' if Pakistan is attacked

    02/09/2009 11:00:50 PM PST · by little jeremiah · 55 replies · 2,743+ views
    The Long War Journal ^ | February 9, 2009 3:52 PM | Bill Roggio
    Al Qaeda's military commander in Afghanistan has threatened India with further attacks if the country attacks Pakistan. "India should know that it will have to pay a heavy price if it attacks Pakistan," Mustafa Abu Yazid said in a recently released videotape. "The Mujahideen will sunder your armies into the ground, like they did to the Russians in Afghanistan." In the videotape, Yazid referred to the November 2008 terror assault in Mumbai, saying the Indians suffered "humiliation" in the attack and more was in store if India decides to retaliate against Pakistan, the BBC reported. The 62-hour terror spree in...
  • CNN IBN Deceit, Lies and Double Standards - Javed Akthar Overground Face of Muslim Terror

    02/09/2009 6:11:33 AM PST · by Sir Francis Dashwood · 9 replies · 435+ views
    YouTube ^ | January 16, 2009 | IndianMediaZoom
    Corrupt Indian Media, especially its English channels is a known enemy of Hinduism and Hindu organising. Read on further about anti-Hindu media. NDTV: Born to a Christian English mother Prannoy Roy is a double whammy for Hindus. Apart from being a churchist he has close linkages with Marxists. Prannoy Roy's father worked for an English company. Roy is a co-brother of Prakash Karat, General Secretary, Marxist Communist Party of India. His wife Radhika Roy is sister of Brinda Karat, Politburo Member, Marxist Communist Party. Prannoy Roy is a crypto christian (someone who puts up a Hindu appearance). His cousin Suzanne...
  • Pakistan sets free scientist AQ Khan [Nuke Blackmarketeer]

    02/06/2009 2:28:23 AM PST · by MyTwoCopperCoins · 42 replies · 1,605+ views
    HT ^ | February 06, 2009 | HT
    Pakistan's disgraced nuclear scientist AQ Khan, who has been accused of running a proliferation network, Friday walked out a free man after the Islamabad High Court ended his house arrest. "These things happen. We should forget and look forward," Khan said after being declared a free man by the court. Khan told reporters that Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif had also been "inside". "The government had made arrangements and nobody could hurt me. Now also, the government will take care," Khan said. Chief Justice Sardar Muhammad Aslam, while announcing a verdict on several petitions...