Time for them to join the current global dick-measuring contests.
Strike by even a midget nuke will invite massive response, India warns Pak
“NEW DELHI: India will retaliate massively even if Pakistan uses tactical nuclear weapons against it. With Pakistan developing “tactical” nuclear warheads, that is, miniaturizing its weapons to be carried on short-range missiles, India will protect its security interests by retaliating to a “smaller” tactical attack in exactly the same [...]
Chinese soldiers are present in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK) to provide security to its ongoing railways and road projects there, Army Chief General Bikram Singh said here today.
India has already expressed its concerns to China over the presence of its troops in a territory claimed by India. Reports in the recent past have suggested that around 4,000 Chinese troops are present in PoK.
All this comes as India moves 40,000 troops to the [...]
Photos taken by a French satellite show glaciers in a mountain range west of the Himalayas have grown during the last decade.
The growing glaciers were found in the Karakoram range, which spans the borders between Pakistan, India and China and is home to the world’s second highest peak, K2.
The startling find has baffled scientists and comes at a time when glaciers in other parts of the region, and across the world, are [...]
by John C.K. Daly of OilPrice.com
Pakistan And India To Go To War Over Water?
A peaceful and stable Pakistan is integral to western efforts to pacify Afghanistan, but Islamabad’s obsessions with its giant eastern neighbor may render such issues moot.
Since partition in 1947, Pakistan and India have fought four armed conflicts, in 1947, 1965, 1971 (which led to the establishment of Bangladesh, formerly East Pakistan) and the 1999 Kargil clash.
With the exception [...]
Beijing’s Defence Ministry confirmed it was considering an offer from the Seychelles government to establish a port to supply its anti-piracy patrols in the Gulf of Aden.
But the move was met with concern in India as it announced it was increasing its military spending to strengthen its long border with Chinaand check its growing strategic influence in the region.
New Delhi will spend more than £65 billion on arms in the next five years [...]
An eavesdropping, multilingual passenger has shed some light on the fascinating conversations taking place behind the wheel of New York cabs.
Urdu and Punjabi are the two most common languages spoken by immigrant New York taxi drivers along with English.
Around a third of drivers in the city come from Pakistan, India or Bangladesh, according to a survey in 2004.
After two weeks of riding in the back of cabs, the passenger collected [...]
On May 18, 2011, Pakistani and Chinese officials sign bilateral agreements in Shanghai while Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao look on (Image courtesy: Roznama Express, Pakistan, May 19, 2011)
In an analysis titled “A Looming Super Power Clash Triggered by Pakistan” (published on February 15, 2011), we pointed out to the rapidly growing danger of a U.S.-Pakistan clash which [...]
The Indian Defense Ministry did not select Boeing’s F/A-18 Super Hornet for procurement.
A number of you have asked me on Facebook and Twitter what I think of India’s recent decision not to buy $10 billion worth of American warplanes.
I think it was a big mistake on India’s part. Despite what India says, defense purchases like this are about more than just planes. The Indian press has portrayed the country’s decision to buy European [...]