India needs to prepare for war with China and Pakistan

Tinfoil hat time, or something more to it?
https://arynews.tv/en/india-israel-planning-attack-pakistan/
'According to a Pakistani publication, India and Israel had been plotting to attack Pakistan back in February. Allegedly, Israel was hoping to expose a dent in Pakistan’s nuclear assets, which are not to be written off lightly either. This report has also been completely ignored by western media, even while more and more reports emerge indicating Indo-Israel cooperation on the Pakistan issue.'

Why Israel is pushing for Pakistan and India to go to war
 
Pulwama attack aftermath: India stops its share of water to Pakistan under Indus Treaty
Talking of the Indus Waters Treaty 1960:
Union Minister of State for Water Resources Arjun Mehghwal on Sunday said in Bikaner, Rajasthan, that India had stopped water of three eastern rivers flowing to Pakistan. The decision, announced by the Minister, came in the wake of the Pulwama suicide bombing attack in which over 40 CRPF personnel were killed.
Speaking to media, Meghwal, said that water of 0.53 million acre-feet of eastern rivers, which was flowing into Pakistan, had been stopped and it could be used for drinking and irrigation purposes. "0.53 million acre-feet water has been stopped from going to Pakistan and has been stored. Whenever Rajasthan or Punjab needs it, that water can be used for drinking and irrigation purposes," he said.
It seems only to be reported locally at the moment and Pakistan said in February that India’s proposed actions won’t concern them. Whether that’s rhetoric remains to be seen:
Pakistan says not concerned over India’s plan to stop flow of water

Indus Waters Treaty - Wikipedia
 
Tinfoil hat time, or something more to it?
India, Israel were planning to attack Pakistan on Feb 27: sources
'According to a Pakistani publication, India and Israel had been plotting to attack Pakistan back in February. Allegedly, Israel was hoping to expose a dent in Pakistan’s nuclear assets, which are not to be written off lightly either. This report has also been completely ignored by western media, even while more and more reports emerge indicating Indo-Israel cooperation on the Pakistan issue.'

Why Israel is pushing for Pakistan and India to go to war
They seem to be two very impartial news sites.
 
More likely they'll be kicking off with each other in the UK
Hadn't seen this spillover on UK media.

'India’s Bharatiya Janata Party-backed extremists attacked Sikhs and Kashmiris gathered outside the Indian High Commission in London to protest Indian brutalities against their respective communities, a private TV channel reported on Sunday. People from different minority communities living in India, including Muslims, Sikhs and Christians, had gathered at a demonstration organized by the Overseas Pakistanis Welfare Council and the Sikhs for Justice to protest against gross human rights violations in India as well as in Indian-held Kashmir. The protesters were shouting slogans against the increasing aggression of Indian forces when a crowd of people attacked them and attempted to stop the demonstration. They also beat up some of the demonstrators, including a reporter of a private television channel.

'At least three people were injured in the conflict when the fanatics tried to snatch flags and placards from the protesters. However, the protesters were undeterred and continued their protest. In the clashes, the whole of the area around Holborn and the London School of Economics came to a standstill for quite some time as dozens of police vans arrived at the scene. Bottles were thrown on Khalistani and Kashmiri protesters from Modi supporters and then the clashes started. Activists from both sides exchanged fists and the Indian flag was brought down by the Sikh protesters from outside the Indian High Commission. Several people were injured during the clashes.

'Scotland Yard had to intervene to bring the situation under control. Two protesters were seen being handcuffed by the police for getting involved in the physical fight. One protester was seen with blood pouring down his face.'

Anti-India protest in London attacked; several injured - Daily Times
 
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Tinfoil hat time, or something more to it?
India, Israel were planning to attack Pakistan on Feb 27: sources
'According to a Pakistani publication, India and Israel had been plotting to attack Pakistan back in February. Allegedly, Israel was hoping to expose a dent in Pakistan’s nuclear assets, which are not to be written off lightly either. This report has also been completely ignored by western media, even while more and more reports emerge indicating Indo-Israel cooperation on the Pakistan issue.'

Why Israel is pushing for Pakistan and India to go to war
Israel is pushing for war as they are huge defense supplier to India. It's good biz, that's all. They can claim battle tested weapons.
 
Israel is pushing for war as they are huge defense supplier to India. It's good biz, that's all. They can claim battle tested weapons.
While they are one of India's biggest suppliers, I don't think Israel needs to export to claim 'battle-tested weapons', as they get quite enough testing on the home market.
 
What a surprise
Muslim country uses Israel and an unamed country (which lets be honest is strongly hinted as being the Great Satan (USA) itself in order to squeal anti islamic and the Jews are coming thus bolstering international support
Jeremy Corbyn must be smiling in his allotment today
 
Pakistan has been denying the use of F-16’s up till now. However aware that there has been ongoing intensive scrutiny by both India and the US, and no doubt very aware that they are not in the US or Trump’s good books they now seem to be admitting that F-16’s were used.
Pakistan admits use of F-16 jets against India, says Islamabad retains right to use anything

It has taken the US some time to forget that Pakistan was granting safe haven to Bin Ladin, being awkward about access to US Forces in Afghanistan, or their support for terror groups. The Trump administration’s decision to suspend military aid to Pakistan has been one of the most significant U.S. punitive actions against Pakistan since 2001.

There has been long US Administration frustration with Pakistan’s granting safe havens for the Afghan Taliban and its Haqqani branch in Pakistan. Pakistan has also provided direct military and intelligence aid to both groups, resulting in the deaths of U.S. soldiers, Afghan security personnel, and civilians, plus ongoing significant destabilisation of Afghanistan.

Pakistan may now want to dare the US to take action with their use of F-16’s in violation of any sales agreements as China has been an increasingly large arms donor, but with the F-16’s as a major component of their air force it could be a risky strategy. China has provided Pakistan with nuclear and missile technology and equipment, conventional arms and – under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor – billions of dollars of investment in strategic projects, such as the port of Gwadar.

Pakistan’s Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province, not far from where Indian warplanes struck on Tuesday morning, is a major site of Chinese investment. The $1.3bn (£980m) 70-mile Thakot-Havelian road project passes through Mansehra, a district where the Indian air attacks took place. A major hydropower project is also under construction and further military action in the area could jeopardise that investment. Pakistan may now looking to China for assistance and possible pressure on India to exercise restraint.
 
It appears that US sources have confirmed that all Pakistani F-16s have been accounted for.

That further adds to my belief that India didn’t shoot one down during the recent engagements.

Regards,
MM
Well, it certainly looks like whatever the IAF was trying to achieve really didn't quite get up to their expectations/ aims.

I have no direct knowledge of their expertise, but even the best of us have mucked up so many times. Human error. But doesn't do good for PR/ optics.
 
Well, it certainly looks like whatever the IAF was trying to achieve really didn't quite get up to their expectations/ aims.

I have no direct knowledge of their expertise, but even the best of us have mucked up so many times. Human error. But doesn't do good for PR/ optics.
From my (albeit limited) experience with them, I’d rate the Indians on a par with an average NATO Air Force.

Regards,
MM
 
India getting ballsy, trying to play China at their own game!

'Days after China raised objection to New Delhi’s move to revoke the Article 370 of the Constitution that granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar on Monday met with his counterparts in Beijing where he set to put behind the rhetoric passed by the two governments on the issue.

'Beijing earlier expressed objection over the matter, especially over the status of Union Territory to Ladakh, a region where its army have had many incursions over the last few years and claim to be disputed area. Earlier last week, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said in a statement: "China always opposes India's inclusion of Chinese territory in the western section of the China-India boundary under its administrative jurisdiction."

'In response, External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said, "India does not comment on the internal affairs of other countries and similarly expects other countries to do likewise." '


 

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