Indian Navy to issue world's largest chopper tender.

Discussion in 'Current Affairs, News and Analysis' started by Rayc, May 9, 2012.

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  1. Rayc

    Rayc RIP

  2. Largest chopper.

    And it's tender.

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  3. Excellent. Shame they don't want to spend the money feeding the starving in India.
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  4. They have Oxfam and Save the Children for that task.
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  5. $4 Billion ....... not skint are they.? =(
  6. Nuclear weapons, space program.
  7. I hear pmaitra has offered himself as Indias largest chopper
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  8. Rayc

    Rayc RIP

    How delightful isn't it, the comments from people of a country that does not even have an aircraft carrier worth its name?
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  9. Have we ever had an aircraft carrier called Great Britain? List of aircraft carriers by country - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Apart from Britain being the largest ever aircraft carrier off the shore of Europe for a short spell 1939 to 1945 that is.
  10. We do.

    HMS Ocean| Royal Navy
  11. Rayc

    Rayc RIP

    English teacher,

    To quote you elsewhere where you mentioned - figure of speech!
  12. Now now Rayc, we don't want the self appointed milk monitor of spelling to be hoisted by his own petard again.

    If you want to say that Britain doesn't even have an aircraft carrier, just say so.
  13. Trans-sane

    Trans-sane LE Book Reviewer

    Change the ****ing record man. Every thread about India you make a similar comment. What the Indian government choose to spend their tax revenue on is their business. And to pre-empt any "so why are they taking millions in aid off us?" arguments, the Indian government has gone on record stating they don't WANT our aid money.
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  14. Don't you have boring-as-shit threads to make about the correct plural form of chicken, or your lack of knowledge thereof?
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