Indian Navy to issue world's largest chopper tender.

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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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English teacher,

To quote you elsewhere where you mentioned - figure of speech!
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.
 

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Excellent. Shame they don't want to spend the money feeding the starving in India.
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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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.
Well, when someone proudly points out that their country will be spending billions on this project and that project whilst their people starve, one has to make a comment. Do you tell our politicians etc that when they make similar comments about China and N. Korea?
 
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Cabana,


It is true that India is spending much on its defence.

It has not done so for over 15 years ever since the Bofors deal to which a scandal was linked.

Given the security situation where China has claimed Arunachal (erstwhile North East Frontier Agency of the British times) and not ready to solve the border issue and instead flooding Pakistan Occupied Kashmir with PLA as also having got Shaksgam Valley forcibly ceded to China from Pakistan, the options not to arm is suicidal.

The question is should be protect our frontiers or start learning Mandarin?

Should India rid herself of all ills so that the Chinese inherit a perfect country?

Have you seen that the Chinese are claiming that Philippines is a part of China?
 
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Interesting comment from one who is from a country that bought one of our old end of life carriers.
No issue there.

We are quite amenable to Great Britain and there was no animosity of its rule during the Raj.

Our trust in Britain was always there and still is!

That aircraft carrier, sold by Britain, served us well and we are proud of it!

You don't like that?

Are you suggesting that Britain sold junk to India? Skulduggery on the part of Britain! :eek:

At least one honest Englishman or are you Irish, Welsh or Scot or are you the remnants of the French in the UK? Or are you an 'alien' (and wild with the British) as someone quaintly claimed all non native British to be?

You don't seem to be proud of your country and feel that they are scrap dealers and nothing more!
 
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