Sentiment. Some of the moderators are very dear to me. I can't bring myself to walk away. At the same time, I have people I genuinely respect, like Indus Pakistan (to name only one of a half a dozen).Oh, I have long stopped posting here. I am amazed that someone like you still visits this place. You must have the patience of a saint. I miss the days when issues could be discussed on their merits, even with some trolling. As far as I can see, only haters from both sides frequent the Indian section anymore - which is why I'm surprised to see you here.
to be fair my ummat is limited to my unit and patriot Pakistanis.he is backing you, you Einstein. his ummat is limited to some Iranis and the afghani hazaras
This is good deal though, the ships look like will be built entirely in India with Turkish assistance@Turcici Imperium : Do you have any other source for this news? Something from a newspaper or press release? For certain reasons (completely unrelated to Kashmir or other troll-worthy issues being bandied about here), I have my doubts about this.
It is true that the Indian Navy is shopping around for vessels of this class, but as far as I'm aware, India decided not to purchase from Turkey some time ago. (Again, the reasons are unrelated to Kashmir. Also, I could be wrong.)
I don't understand how things came to this prediction. Pakistan is the eastern walls of our civilization, and Turkey is the western walls of our civilization. If one falls, other one may or may not fall, but would definitely face very very hard times, as we saw during Turkish Indepenence War. Of course muslims from the region sent some help, but i would rather prefer to see independent strong Pakistan during worst times to lay our back there, same goes for Turkey for Pakistan. If we fall, our civilization won't have anyone that will defend them in between us.
Regarding this project; it doesn't matter what people would speculate here, at the end, Indian navy officials have checked our design, and prefered & trusted into our products and our engineering. We cannot know better than what they need, we can only respect their good decisions that will benefit everyone.
@ayesha.a source is CEO of TAIS (the shipyard that won the project) himself, tweet just quoted what he said yesterday. This project is legit as you see in other sources:
TAIS, Hindistan donanması için yapılacak 45 bin tonluk 5 filo destek tankeri üretimini kapsayan ihaleyi 2.3 milyar dolara aldı.www.denizcilikdergisi.com
you look to be more pakistani than pakistanisIndian troops use explosives to blast a civilian house during fighting in which three suspected rebels were killed, locals of southern Pulwama district say.
Indian troops use explosives to blast a civilian house during fighting in which three suspected rebels were killed, locals of southern Pulwama district say.www.trtworld.com
The Indian "social media" armies and Indian media need to leave their Turkish obsession behind and focus more own problems.
They try and perfect the art of any backward step as a victory for them, now they are successfully insulting Turkish members of the forum yet in their twisted minds think they are influencing people on this forum. Every time most of them post it is another dent in India's image, as now Turks can see with their own eyes the twisted Bahkt mentality.Wow man reading this thread made me realize that indians are way too stupid to argue with. I mean its like arguing with a parrot or dog or monkey, even that might result in something but not with an indian. Anyways, its no wonder they are happy doing nagan dance after becoming supa powa...
You seem more retarded then the retards.you look to be more pakistani than pakistanis
I'm surprised to see that India isn't trying to use the same tactics here as it did with Malaysia and their palm oil...considering that Turkey took the same stance as Malaysia about Kashmir.Turki Hindi bhai bhai?
I guess for Turkey national interest and country's profit comes first.
As far as Turkey relationships goes post the figures for India's and Pakistan's exports to TurkeyI'm surprised to see that India isn't trying to use the same tactics here as it did with Malaysia and their palm oil...considering that Turkey took the same stance as Malaysia about Kashmir.