India-China 2020 Border conflict

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Apart from the CCP thugs & Pakeez, Kugelboy aka Kugelbaccha, BebeZE & their bootlickers in India might be happy as well {Regarding FrontalAssult & drapr account ban)
 

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When it starts, a lot will happen in a single day.
:dude: Or ... nothing will happen.

Chinese will simply wait another decade until a favorable "party" comes to power.

Then there will be another stupid summit , new reset in relations.

The Chinese get the fingers , and will disengage from everywhere else,we lose peaks.
 

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Don't be too positive, i don't have much hope left in GOI or BJP in this regard, BJP is shiet tier in containing propaganda, should have known is after 2002 but delhi riots was another example, India sucks in pr/information warfare, it's few accounts who actually fought are getting tired, they are on the receiving end and no one is backing them, you don't build an ecosystem like that.
GOI can just bankroll college kids and f**kers will make whole Pakistanis cry, this is the power of bakchods, we know because we have seen but no one gives a shiet.

Thank you, i was surprised that forum members didn't point at this. This shows that foreign media companies are colluding with pakis and vice versa, bbc who regularly pelts anti-India narrative somehow published an article cherry-picking tweets to spread an agenda, this is not the first time but where our newspapers, even rw outlets? Did WION talked about it? Did Zee tv, republic or any other publish a half-decent report about it? No.
We seriously need to :
> Regulate all these SM f**kers, if they want to serve in India they should tend to our rules otherwise f**k off
> We need our own alternatives to these
> News channels, media outlets need serious reform, I expect atleast half-decent assessment about serious issues than their regular ramdi rona everyday...
> Information warfare wing, you don't need much to do, just create an agenda and throw some money at bored kids in college, f**ker will take down whole ISPR in a month along with their motor mouths. Our biggest advantage is free-space and large population, i hope GOI put it to good use.
No other country has free shills like we do for ours, yet they ignore all the patriotic keyboard warriors, instead of giving them support they let them face the vagaries of leftard media
 

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FalconZero. seriously our government does not have the correct structure and resources to fight the SM war.

The most government can do is to block, and very possible that Twitter itself may get blocked in India as Twitter is really getting aggressive against India these days.
 

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No other country has free shills like we do for ours, yet they ignore all the patriotic keyboard warriors, instead of giving them support they let them face the vagaries of leftard media
The free shills need to organize, develop a support system plus have lawyers ready if things do not go as expected.

The shills that operate independently (outside party structure) are at a deep disadvantage despite being very patriotic.

You need help of your MPs to fight anything political or security related.
 

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FalconZero. seriously our government does not have the correct structure and resources to fight the SM war.

The most government can do is to block, and very possible that Twitter itself may get blocked in India as Twitter is really getting aggressive against India these days.
Best thing to do is this only .
No twitter , no bullshit
 

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We all know Today is the day when J&K acceded to India.. But it was because of this hero. The Savior of J&K First ever MVC Brig Rajinder Singh. Today is the day when he gave supreme sacrifice.
Rama_Raghoba_Rane_PVC.jpg


Major Rama Raghoba Rane, PVC (26 June 1918 – 11 July 1994) was an officer in the Indian Army. He was the first living recipient of the Param Vir Chakra, India's highest military decoration.

Born in 1918, Rane served in the British Indian Army during the Second World War. He remained in the military during the post-war period and was commissioned in the Bombay Sappers Regiment of the Indian Army's Crops of Engineer's on 15 December 1947. In April 1948, during the Indo Pakistan War of 1947, Rane played a key role in the capture of Rajauri by Indian forces by being instrumental in clearing several roadblocks and minefields. His actions helped clear the way for advancing Indian Tanks. He was awarded the Param Vir Chakra on 8 April 1948 for his gallantry. He retired as a major from the Indian Army in 1968. During his 28 years' service with the army, he was mentioned in the Dispatches five times. He died in 1994 at the age of 76.
 

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Major Rama Raghoba Rane, PVC (26 June 1918 – 11 July 1994) was an officer in the Indian Army. He was the first living recipient of the Param Vir Chakra, India's highest military decoration.

Born in 1918, Rane served in the British Indian Army during the Second World War. He remained in the military during the post-war period and was commissioned in the Bombay Sappers Regiment of the Indian Army's Crops of Engineer's on 15 December 1947. In April 1948, during the Indo Pakistan War of 1947, Rane played a key role in the capture of Rajauri by Indian forces by being instrumental in clearing several roadblocks and minefields. His actions helped clear the way for advancing Indian Tanks. He was awarded the Param Vir Chakra on 8 April 1948 for his gallantry. He retired as a major from the Indian Army in 1968. During his 28 years' service with the army, he was mentioned in the Dispatches five times. He died in 1994 at the age of 76.
Brig Rajinder Singh is India's first MVC not PVC. He is the only non Indian Army recipient of it too.
 

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10,000 More Permanent Troops Likely For LAC
 10,000 More Permanent Troops Likely For LAC

SOMEWHERE IN LADAKH: In the wake of China’s aggression in eastern Ladakh, the deployment of additional forces is well underway. But first, a quick look at the current force status.
While 8 Mountain Division has been tasked to look after the LoC since 1999, post the Kargil conflict, an entire brigade, directly under the control of 14 Corps headquarters in Leh, continues to guard the Saltoro ridge that overlooks the Siachen Glacier. However, until the current standoff began, the Karu-headquartered 3 Infantry Division was responsible for security of the entire eastern Ladakh LAC with China. Since mid-May, however, as additional forces were rushed in, the Northern Command has reassessed and reviewed the need for permanent deployment of some of those forces in eastern Ladakh.

It is likely that in the long term, another division (about 10,000 troops) will now be deployed in Ladakh to share the burden of guarding the LAC along with 3 Infantry Division. With the Chinese military challenge showing signs of increasing with time, that’s the minimum the Indian Army will have to cater for to bolster Ladakh’s defence. As we saw firsthand, work has already begun to house additional forces not just through the current winter but on a long-term basis.
Lower formation headquarters have staged forward closer to the LAC, locations for their permanent billeting have been identified and earmarked. Fortunately, Ladakh does not have a shortage of vacant, uninhabited parcels of land.

This additional division, which used to train in high-altitude areas of Ladakh as part of its dual tasking until early this year (thereafter returning to its peacetime locations outside Ladakh), packs a powerful punch.
It fields an independent armoured brigade with a mix of Infantry Combat Vehicles (ICVs), T-72 and T-90 tanks. The armoured regiments—strung along vital points on the LAC—provide deterrence not witnessed in eastern Ladakh earlier. Some of those T-72s, as reported earlier, are also deployed on the Kailash range heights, Rechin La and Rezang La since August 30. That was the day when tanks were driven up to the peaks in the Chushul sector for the first time, following up on an infantry deployment. The Chinese subsequently brought in their Type-99 tanks, creating a unique situation where opposing armoured forces are stationed less than 400 metres from each other. Fortunately, the tank barrels on both sides are turned backwards.
It needs to be noted that these additional forces would have perhaps been deployed in Ladakh may be two-three years down the line once adequate infrastructure had been built. India has been building up troop strength gradually since 2013 when a short standoff had occurred at Depsang. An additional brigade pulled out from Kashmir valley was inducted in the DBO sector in the wake of that crisis. Similar plans were afoot for the next three years but China’s belligerence has ensured that India has compressed its military plans.
Meanwhile, the current military stalemate that has ensued in Ladakh is sought to be broken through talks at the Corps Commanders level. Another round—eighth in the series—is likely soon but that is not stopping Indian decision-makers from preparing for the long haul and ordering additional permanent deployment in Ladakh.

https://stratnewsglobal.com/10000-more-permanent-troops-likely-for-lac/
 

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China to sanction Boeing, Lockheed and Raytheon over Taiwan arms sales


BEIJING — China’s government said Monday it will impose sanctions on U.S. military contractors including Boeing’s defense unit and Lockheed Martin for supplying weapons to rival Taiwan, stepping up a feud with Washington over security and Beijing’s strategic ambitions.
Raytheon Technologies Corp. and “relevant American individuals” associated with the sales also will be affected, said Foreign Affairs Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian. He gave no details of what penalties might be imposed or when.
The ruling Communist Party claims Taiwan, which split with the mainland in 1949 during a civil war, as part of its territory and has threatened to invade. Washington promised in the 1980s to reduce and eventually end weapons sales to Taiwan but insists its dispute with Beijing must be settled peacefully.
“In order to safeguard national interests, China decided to impose sanctions on the American companies that were involved in arms sales to Taiwan,” Zhao said at a regular news briefing.
Chinese-U.S. relations have plunged to their lowest level in decades amid disputes about security, technology, the coronavirus pandemicand human rights.
Taiwan has long been an irritant in relations. Washington has no formal relations with the island’s democratically elected government but is its main ally. U.S. law requires the government to ensure Taiwan can defend itself. Weapons sales to the island have increased in quantity and quality.
Last week, Beijing demanded Washington cancel a planned sale of 135 precision land-attack missiles valued at more than $1 billion to improve its defenses. The sale “seriously undermined China’s sovereignty and security interests,” Zhao said.
China has stepped up military activity around Taiwan in an attempt to force concessions from the pro-independence administration of President Tsai Ing-wen. The Communist Party is using the mainland’s growing economic weight to pressure other governments to cut diplomatic and unofficial ties with Taiwan.
Beijing regularly pressures American companies, including Boeing, in an effort to influence U.S. policy. China is one of Boeing’s biggest markets for commercial aircraft, which might make it vulnerable to a boycott, but Zhao mentioned only Boeing’s military arm, Boeing Defense, not its civilian jetliner business.
Lockheed Martin and Raytheon also supply radar and other technology for civilian aviation.
The two governments have put sanctions on companies and individuals on both sides over complaints about human rights, computer hacking and other issues, though it is unclear whether they have any effect.
Washington has imposed travel and financial bans on Chinese officials and companies it says are linked to abuses in the northwestern region of Xinjiang, where Muslim minorities have been detained in re-education camps, or Hong Kong after Beijing tried to tighten control by imposing a national security law.
Beijing has retaliated by announcing sanctions against some U.S. legislators.
Zhao called on Washington to “stop arms sales to Taiwan and stop any military interaction with Taiwan,” adding: “We will continue to take necessary measures to safeguard national sovereignty and security interests.”


Potential arms sale to Taiwan could put China’s east coast in the crosshairs
Mike Yeo
MELBOURNE, Australia — The U.S. State Department’s approval of the potential sales of air- and ground-launched, long-range land-attack missiles is a marked departure from previous American policy of only selling so-called defensive weapons to Taiwan.
This broadens the options for the self-governing island to mount not only a ground-based counterstrike in the event of Chinese ballistic missile attack on Taiwan, but would also enable it to disrupt a potential Chinese invasion by striking ports, air bases and other military targets across the Taiwan Strait.
The U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency announced Wednesday that the State Department approved three separate arms packages to Taiwan under the Foreign Military Sales program.
The potential $1.8 billion deal is for 135 Boeing AGM-84H SLAM-ER missiles; 11 Lockheed Martin M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems; and six sets of Collins Aerospace’s MS-110 multispectral long-range oblique photography pods.
The DSCA notification did not identify the aircraft platform on which Taiwan would use the AGM-84H and reconnaissance pods, but it will almost certainly be carried by its fleet of F-16 Fighting Falcon jets. Taiwan currently operates more than 140 of the Lockheed Martin-made aircraft, and it has 66 more new-build ones on order.
The AGM-84H missile will enable Taiwanese F-16s to accurately engage fixed or moving land targets from ranges in excess of 150 miles using a variety of terminal guidance systems, including infrared homing, command guidance and automatic target acquisition. The estimated cost of the missile package, which also includes telemetry and training missiles as well as spares and contractor support, is $1.008 billion.
Taiwan’s potential acquisition of the truck-mounted HIMARS will also include 64 M57 Army Tactical Missile Systems, which come with missiles, radios, resupply and recovery vehicles, tactical data systems, and practice rockets for an estimated cost of $436.1 million.
The M57, which uses inertial and GPS guidance and is used for attacking fix point targets, has a 500-pound unitary warhead and can hit targets up to 190 miles away, putting within range stretches of China’s east coast directly opposite Taiwan.
Introducing the M57 into Taiwan’s inventory will broaden its land-based options for striking China, an important consideration should its air bases be disabled. Taiwan already possesses the locally developed Hsiung Feng IIE subsonic land-attack cruise missile with a range of 375 miles, and it is developing the Yun Feng supersonic cruise missile with a planned range of 745-1,240 miles.
China sees Taiwan as a rogue province and has vowed to take back the island by force if necessary. Taiwan has been self-governing since 1949 when nationalist Chinese forces fled there following the communist victory in China’s civil war.
China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian, has criticized the latest arms sales announcement, warning that such sales “severely damage China-U.S. relations and peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait”.
However, the U.S. is required to “make available to Taiwan such defense articles and defense services in such quantity as may be necessary to enable Taiwan to maintain a sufficient self-defense capabilities,” per the Taiwan Relations Act of 1979. The law was put into place by Congress in 1979 following the normalization of relations between the U.S. and China.
DSCA announcements do not represent final sales. If there is no congressional objection, the customer can begin negotiating over price and quantities, which often change by the time a final sale is completed.
 
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India To Sign Deal To Access Precision Data From US Military Satellites



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