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India on Friday successfully test-fired its indigenously developed nuclear-capable Prithvi-II surface-to-surface missile, which has a strike range of 350 km, from a test range at Chandipur near here as part of a user trial by Army.
Defence sources said the state-of-the-art missile, which is capable of carrying 500 kg to 1000 kg of warheads, was test-fired from a mobile launcher in salvo mode from launch complex-3 of Integrated Test Range at about 10.40 hrs.
It is thrusted by liquid propulsion twin engines and uses advanced inertial guidance system with manoeuvring trajectory.
Describing the trial as "fully successful," ITR Director M V K V Prasad told PTI that the test was conducted by Strategic Force Command.
The sophisticated missile was randomly chosen from the production stock and the entire launch activities were carried out by SFC and monitored by scientists of Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) as part of training exercise,...
India working on building fastest supercomputer
India-made super computer PARAM Yuva II had been ranked 44th in the prestigious Green500 List for Super Computers.
Top science centres in the country like ISRO, IISc and select IITs have started work on a mission to build and run the fastest supercomputer that will work at exaflops per second, faster than the current Petaflops performance worldwide.
There is no exaflop supercomputer in the world yet and the first one is expected to emerge around 2019-2020, which is exactly when India has planned to launch its own.
India’s proposed new supercomputer is set to work at 132 exaflops per second as against an 1 exaflops per second machine being built by Cray Incorporated, the iconic American computer company which has projected that its machine would be ready by 2020.
The IISc-Isro project has the backing of the Centre which has set aside Rs 11,000 crore for its development (roughly $2 bn), apart from support to the other major...
The conviction of seven army officers in the Machil (Kupwara) fake encounter case of 2010 in Jammu and Kashmir should be seen as one of a piece in the BJP's gameplan where it is changing the game itself in this strife-torn state. The conviction has forced Chief Minister Omar Obdullah to acknowledge it as a "watershed" event, and the chances are it will impact sentiments in the state ahead of assembly elections due this month and the next.
With a series of moves that began some time in December 2013, Narendra Modi has quietly shifted the chatter on Jammu & Kashmir away from mere separatism to development and peace. Separatism is not about to decline suddenly, but the buzz around the state is changing quietly. The links to the nation are being reforged. Modi has probably been to J&K more than to any other states after being election, evenchoosing to spend Diwali day in the Muslim-dominated valley.
The BJP is thus not only changing the gameplan, but the game itself by playing its...
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Vietnamese spend big money on luxury goods, live on borrowed funds
VietNamNet Bridge – A report says two-thirds of Vietnam’s GDP comes from individual consumption, including purchases made by Vietnamese smitten with luxury goods.
Thoi bao Kinh te Saigon has quoted a survey by Roy Morgan as saying that Vietnamese are major customers for luxury brands, though income per capita in the country is less than $2,000 a year.
Vietnam, which has a high percentage of young consumers, is now a hot market for Apple. The smartphone manufacturer said that its sales soared by threefold within the first three months of the year, and a two-fold increase could be seen every quarter. The high growth rate still continues.
Today’s Vietnamese consumers have two different consumption behaviors....
- Border hostilities with Pakistan, LoC aggressions, threats to China main policy of nexus
- Army-Extremists nexus very effectively exposed by Mumbai’s ATS probe |
- ATS chief got assassinated under the garb of 26/11 for exposing nexus of evils |
- Indian army officers arrested in November 2002 for running suicide training camp on the outskirts of Mumbai
- General Premnath Hoon former Chief of Western Command and Colonel Jayant Jayant Chitale, imparted training on Sri Lankan Tamil militants of LTTE |
- Extremist Hindu officers like Col Chitale served at Army Selection centers to inducted like-minded youngsters as commissioned officers in Indian army |
- Col Jayant Chitale also headed the Army Services Selection Board Centre in Pune for several years
- Unholy nexus carried out a number of unauthorized and unsanctioned operations in Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Afghanistan and China’s Tibet and Xinjiang areas
- Former Indian PM V.P. Singh disclosed before the Jain...
lets hope he can bring cricket to pakistan. He was almost successful with Ireland this summer.
New ICC president – The Express Tribune
Najam Sethi getting rewarded for his 7 punctures in ICC in favor of the big three!!!!! He helped India England and Australia become big three through rigging!!!
And who cares about ICC president, it's weak ceremonial position. But if they make Imran Khan the president, boy, he will be more powerful than Obama!!!
ICC is weak without Imran Khan. It'll cease to exist.
The agents of Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) the premier intelligence agency of India, Iranian, Bangladesh nationals along with Hezbollah activists have obtained Pakistani Computerised National Identity Cards (CNICs) in connivance with the officials of National Database and Registration Authority (Nadra), Senator Muhammad Talha Mehmood Chairman Senate Standing Committee on Interior and Narcotics Control alleged on Wednesday.
"I have sufficient proof regarding the involvement of Nadra officials in the issuance of CNICs to agents of RAW, Iranian, Bangladesh nationals along with the activists of Hezbollah," he claimed while chairing a meeting of Senate Standing Committee on Interior and Narcotics Control.
Through a laptop connected with the main database of the Nadra foreign nationals enter their data to get CNICs, according to him. He said that most of such cases have occurred in Karachi, hence Nadra officials in Karachi should be investigated. He directed the Nadra chief to...
Defence.pk's Exclusive Interview with a PAF topgun, Air Commodore (R) Kaiser Tufail
04 March 2014
Q1: Assalam-o-alaikum, first of all I would like to welcome you to defence.pk and would request you to please give our international audience a brief snapshot about yourself and your career with the Pakistan Air Force.
I, was Educated at Cadet College Hasanabdal (1967-1972). Commissioned in PAF in 1975. Flew trainers (T-6G Harvard, Mushaak, T-37, MiG-15UTI, FT-5) and fighters (F-6, Mirage-III/5, F-16A/B, Mirage F-1E, F-7P, F-7PG). Member of ‘Sherdils’ aerobatics team (1980-1982). Commanded No 8 Tac Attack Sqn, No 34 Tac Attack Wing, and PAF Base Masroor. Staff jobs included Director Operations at AHQ, and Deputy Commandant Air War College. Attended courses at Air War College and National Defence University. Retired in 2005. Now settled in Lahore.
Q2: Please tell us what the PAF F-16’s MLU-MIII and Block-52+ induction program means for PAF’s operational...
My old man, well, my old man fought in Nam alright, he is quiet about his time over there though, I don’t know why back then.
He was a Navy Corpsman, an equivalent of an Army Medic, he didn’t work on the field, he worked on a place called “Evacuation Hospital” in Pleiku, a place where Casualty send to after their respective BAS Clearing station send them off. Also known as “the Meat Factory”, a nicknamed derived by nature of Evacuation Hospital, where bodies, body parts and what left of a man who were once soldier just hours ago, and they tried to piece them back together, hopefully matching the same body parts to the same body.
In a way, it was a bad gig compare to field medic, where you only see casualty from your own unit, in an evac hospital, you deal with all sort of casualty any unit in the area can throw at you, and that’s a lot…
Up there in a hospital, there are not always only Military personnel all around, you got all sort of civilian in there too, you got civilian...
Lockheed Martin is the only serious contender left for Turkeys naval frigate project after the Turkish navy rejected BAE Systems proposal. The project, however, could still be shelved for technical reasons
U.S. defense industry giant Lockheed Martin has been left as the only bidder in the $3 billion project for the joint manufacture of six frigates for the Turkish navy after Ankara rejected the remaining contender BAE Systems proposal.
The project, however, may still not be awarded to Lockheed Martin if an agreement cannot be reached on the technical aspects of missile integration. Such an eventuality would cause the project to be shelved and then reshaped.
The long-delayed project envisions the TF-2000 frigate as a regional anti-air warfare vessel that would respond to aerial threats and also provide support functions such as command control, communication, reconnaissance and early warning. It would be bigger, heavier and more efficient in terms of war capacity than...
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