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    India loses out on artillery buy as M-777 production ends

    the same old Hong-Phoo ... go wipe your nose first. china sends a clown everyday to pdf.. :omghaha:
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    China and The Art of (losing) War

    Your territory ends where the mountain begins. You can bang your head against a mountain and go back bleeding... or keep to the east of great wall of china. :tup: The choice isn't tough at all.
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    China and The Art of (losing) War

    Perhaps you don't even realize that what you said is quite true. See what happened between 1998 and 2012: >> 1998 - what china said of Indian nuclear tests: changed to this in >> 2011 - when India tested Agni-V clearly bringing Beijing in its range: C'mon if china doesn't even...
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    China and The Art of (losing) War

    dude ... you said are not from china. your ignorance and inability to comprehend India is well demonstrated on this forum. isn't it time you step down from you high pedestral, and look at the facts before you start preaching your fancy dreams as gospel of truth to others ?
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    Agni-V vital: Tessy Thomas

    Wow .. a couple of pleasing data regarding Agni missiles: 1. Agni-III weight is only 22 tonnes now with 3000 km range (earlier it was thought to be 48 tonnes -- but they brought it down). 2. Agni-V -- accuracy of single digit..:tup:
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    China $8.53 trillion economy in 2012 (>50% USA and >500% India)

    You are perfectly right, if 12.4 = 14. :omghaha: even then the factor is not even 1.5 ... they dissolved it much over the last decade with inflation.
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    China and The Art of (losing) War

    You are an ardent follower to "sun tzu". Keep it up. :omghaha:
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    China $8.53 trillion economy in 2012 (>50% USA and >500% India)

    there's no PPP factor left in china now ... they inflated for years and kept the exchange rate same. china's gdp in 2000 (nominal): $ 1.2 Trillion (just about 60% of India's GDP now) china's gdp in 2012 (nominal): $ 8.2 Trillion A simple calculation : (8.2/1.2)^(1/12) = 17.3% per annum...
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    China and The Art of (losing) War

    right.. sun tzu was just a book writer ... a bit harsh to lay the blame of china's lost wars entirely on him. before mao, mao and after mao .. nobody forced chinese to follow what sun tzu wrote .. they always had a choice to treat sun tzu as just a fancy story writer .. the good thing...
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    Foray to South Korea signals India's arms export ambitions

    Foray to South Korea signals India's arms export ambitions A large DRDO team is heading to Seoul where it will be one of the biggest exhibitors at the Aerospace and Defence Exhibition later this month. For over six decades, slow progress in developing indigenous defence equipment and a...
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    China and The Art of (losing) War

    Off course, India is peace loving. But the peace comes through strength. Read Mahabharata (esp what Krishna told Arjun in Bhagwat Gita).
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    China and The Art of (losing) War

    Do you even realize that you don't matter ? Hope some Pakistani friend cares to answer you. Best of luck.
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    China and The Art of (losing) War

    Go scream at the original source; I quoted it. And come back to tell us that even Japanese are chinese; 1937-45 was an internal affair of china. It was chinese who raped other chinese in Nanking; USA should not have intervened. :omghaha:
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    China and The Art of (losing) War

    Yup. :omghaha: I think we should award atleast a Padma Shri to Sun Tzu posthumously. :omghaha:
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    China and The Art of (losing) War

    Quote from the original article: For the last 1,500 years, the Chinese have been more under foreign rule than Chinese rule. Source: http://www.defence.pk/forums/world-affairs/284228-china-art-losing-war.html#ixzz2iGkvl8ZZ
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