Thursday, October 20, 2011

Zulfiqar Mirza's Blasphemous Remarks - Touheen-e-Risaalat By Zulfiqar Mirza - Zulfiqar Mirza Said Blasphemous Comments Regarding Holy Prophet S.A.W and Imam Hussian

Zulfiqar Mirza,who claims to be a Genuine patriot and claims to be pursuing the path of righteousness,has fallen to such level that he considers himself better than Holy Prophet(S.A.W.W) Nauzubillah.He says that Holy prophet (S.A.W.W) migrated from Makkah when he started to spread Islam,but I am so 'High-Tech' that I will not leave Karachi.Earlier he admitted that he drinks,patronised peoples amn committee and Rehman Dacoit,and now he is comparing himself to our Beloved Prophet (S.A.W.W)

Meanwhile on the other side, Renowned Islamic Scholars of the country have condemned Zulfiqar Mirza's statement about comparing himself from the exalted personality of our beloved Holy Prophet (PBUH). Scholars like Mufti Muhammad Naeem,Allama Abbas Kumaili,Molana Mohammad Salfi and others have said that what Zulfiqar Mirza said was parallel to Blasphemy of Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW),And if he does not explain his statement he should be held accounted for it!

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Indian Expansion of Naval Manpower

The Indian Navy is all set to increase its officer and sailor strength by 10-15 per cent who would be deployed on all new ships, submarines and aircraft to be inducted in the next five years for maintaining the combative edge in the Indian Ocean region.

Outlining the road map to its top commanders here on Friday, Navy Chief Admiral Nirmal Verma said contracts for five Offshore Patrol Vessels, two Cadet Training Ships, eight Amphibious Landing Craft and Fast Interceptor Craft concluded in the last few months. Besides these vessels, the Navy is getting large ships like two aircraft carriers, nine nuclear and conventional submarines and a large number of destroyers and frigates, which are under constructions at various ship yards in India and abroad.

On the aviation side, the first batch of MiG 29K aircraft for Vikramaditya had been inducted this year. The first flight of the P8I Maritime Patrol Aircraft took place in September and the first aircraft is on schedule for induction in 2013. The Navy plans to induct as many as 12 of them. Sustaining the new platforms would require an increase in manpower.

Since an officer’s training takes about 4-5 years and sailor’s training about two years, the Navy has already begun increasing its intake of officers and sailors, which would continue for at least next five years, sources said.

The Navy chief said highest priority was accorded in creating forward operating bases, operational turn around bases and naval air enclaves on the mainland and in the islands at the earliest.

The plan is to make three forward operating bases in Andaman and Nicober Islands — Campbell Bay, Diglipur and Kamorta — two naval air enclaves in Andaman (Shivpur) and Karwar and two operational turn around bases in Paradip and Tuticorin. Most of which would be ready by 2013.

The new platforms and bases are expected to help the Indian Navy discharge its role as the net security provider in Indian Ocean region.

Friday, October 14, 2011

India Is Likely Preparing For War With Pakistan Claims Regional Newspaper

Recent developments on the eastern border have alarmed Pakistani policymakers and military officials, who are keenly observing India's preparations for a conventional war with Pakistan in the context of the Cold Start war doctrine, a newspaper said.

There has been a chain of developments, all tied to the overall scheme of things, which aims at destabilising its neighbour and building a formidable war machine to strike within the Pakistani borders, The News reports.

First, in the context of current events, is Afghan President Hamid Karzai's recent visit to New Delhi and the signing of a strategic accord with India at the heels of High Peace Council leader Burhanuddin Rabbani's assassination.

"While one side of the equation that has been brought into the spotlight shows that the accord will pave the way for India to train the Afghan armed forces and police, the other side that remains veiled could contain clauses that may affect Pakistan's internal and external security," the paper said.

"According to policymakers here in Islamabad, the accord requires careful thought at all levels. The critical point to remember is that India has no role whatsoever in Afghanistan yet Indian interference and policies are at the root of many of the problems that Pakistan is facing today," it added.

Secondly, the Indian army is holding a massive two-month long winter exercise- involving battle tanks and artillery guns besides Indian Air Force assets- at the Pakistan border, bringing a potent strike corps, the Bhopal based 21 Corps, in the Rajasthan desert, the paper said.

"Intriguingly, 'Sudarshan Chakra' Corps will be aiming to build its capacities for "breaching the hostile army's defences and capturing important strategic assets deep inside enemy territory." The exercise is the third of its kind this year... The question is: why is India holding three massive war games in a year at the Pakistan border that aim at capturing important strategic assets deep inside the enemy territory?" it added.

Third, a key development across the border has been the deployment of Su-30 fighter aircraft near the Pakistan border, the paper said, adding that the significance of the fact that the aircraft is the most sophisticated in the region and that it has been deployed along the Pakistan border at this crucial juncture is not lost on policymakers in Islamabad.

Two other related but under-reported events have been the extension of the runway at Kargil by India and its decision to acquire six more C-130J aircraft, the latest version of the intractable workhorse creating disturbance in Islamabad regarding a new war in southasia.

India's New Uranium Enrichment Rare Materials Plant

Disclosed By ISIS (Institute for Science and Industrial Security)

India developed a new and secret Uranium enrichment Rare Materials Plant in Karnataka which analysts believed that this plant will provide India A huge and fast boost to India's nuclear capability and also stockpile.

Boeing F-15 Production Facility May Shutdown in Coming Years

Boeing has backed off from previous forecasts that the 40-year-old F-15 production line would shut down next year in the absence of new orders, adding that there are a "number of pending" orders for the type.

"It is premature and inappropriate for us to even speculate on when the production line might close," Boeing said in a statement responding to a question.

On 21 October last year, the Obama administration notified the US Congress of a possible sale of 72 F-15Es to Riyadh, but the deal with Saudi Arabia has now been pending for almost a year.
The proposed deal included significant capability upgrades for the nation's existing F-15SAs.

The 2010 notification signalled that the administration intended to move forwards with the sale, despite objections from Israel.

The Israeli government had openly expressed concerns that the sale of upgraded F-15Es to Saudi Arabia could erode its qualitative military advantage in the Middle East.

But the contract for the new batch of F-15s was never signed by Saudi Arabia, and the status of any negotiations remains unclear.

In mid-2010, Boeing officials said they would need a new contract for the F-15 before the end of 2011, to avoid a break in the production line.

The company is scheduled to deliver the last of 21 F-15Ks to South Korea in March 2012 and Singapore's order for 24 F-15SGs is scheduled to be completed next year.

For now, the US airframer does not appear to be panicking about the possibility of a break in production.

In addition to the pending Saudi Arabian deal, the F-15SE Silent Eagle variant is competing for a follow-on contract in South Korea for 40 to 60 aircraft.

The competition includes the Eurofighter Typhoon, Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter and Sukhoi's PAK-FA.

However, Seoul is not planning to award a contract until at least October 2012.

The F-15 has been in continuous production for nearly 40 years, and is one of five active fighter production lines in the USA.

Boeing's F/A-18E/F Super Hornet is scheduled to remain in production for the US Navy through to at least 2015.

Lockheed Martin is shutting down F-22 production in April next year, but its F-16 backlog is filled through 2014. F-35 production is planned to continue for nearly 25 years.

Indian Air Force Deploying New Arudhra Radar Near Pakistan-Chinese Border Areas

After officially commissioning a state-of-the-art SU-30 fighter squadron at the Jodhpur air base, the Indian Air Force (IAF) has decided to deploy the Arudhra radar soon in most of the forward and strategic air force stations in Rajasthan and Gujarat region near the Pakistan border.

In accordance with a decision during the recently held commanders' conference at the headquarters of South Western Air Command (SWAC) in Gandhinagar, the first medium-power radar Arudhra was inducted at the Naliya air force station of Gujarat Sector in June 2011.

Consequently, to further enhance its air defense capabilities, IAF is inducting the indigenous radar at air bases in Rajasthan and Gujarat near the Pakistan border. The medium-power radar was developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) with support from Israel.

According to defense officials, the radar is being inducted to strengthen air defense capabilities in the Saurashtara-Kutch region as part of IAF's radar upgrade and is an important component of the force's plan to achieve network-centric operations. The IAF has significantly improved its air defense capabilities by acquiring the Integrated Air Command and Control Systems and connecting all of its modern and legacy radars under one single grid.

Source said the new radar will help in extending security to many strategically and economically important installations and the nation as a whole. India has been upgrading its air defense capabilities along its frontiers with both China and Pakistan.

Sources said Arudhra is a 4D medium power radar (MPR) which can act as a sophisticated multi-mode sensor for fast changing modern battle fields. MPR uses advanced active array technology, digital processing technologies - Digital Beam Forming and Programmable Signal Processing - to meet operational requirements of air space surveillance covering 100 m to 30 km altitude. The S-band solid state active aperture radar can detect and track any airborne targets up to 100 km. The radar has a rotating phased array antenna covering 360°. It also has steering mode with electronic scanning in azimuth and elevation providing range, direction, height and Doppler velocity information of the tracked aerial targets.

Initially, only eight of these indigenous radars have been inducted by the IAF and subsequently most of the forward and strategic air bases like Utarlai, Jodhpur,Jaisalmer, Phalodi ,Suratgarh and Nal (Bikaner)in Rajasthan region likely have Arudhra to meet the operational requirements.

"This radar has been developed by the Electronic & Radar Development Organisation of DRDO. It has been inducted to replace the ageing TRS-2215 and PSM-33 radars on the inventory of IAF. The radar is a state-of- art technology capable of detecting targets at ranges greater than 300 km and it is an important component in IAF plans to achieve net centric operations. The radar would strengthen air defence in the Saurashtra-Kutch region," defence spokesperson S D Goswami said.

Improvements and Modernization of Chinese J-11 Fighters

J-11B is the new version of the J-11, J-11B is a 4.5-generation multirole version which uses more Chinese components, including radar, engine, and missiles. The chief program engineer for J-11B is Mr. Guo Dianman. China is interested in reducing its reliance on foreign technology for both cost reasons and a desire to improve its domestic research and design. It is reported that one regiment of J-11B are currently in service.

In May, 2007, the existence of J-11B was finally acknowledged by the Chinese government for the first time when the state-run Chinese TV stations first aired the report on J-11B in PLAAF service. According to the Chinese report, which is agreed by some western sources such as Jane's Information Group, the J-11B is superior to Su-27SK in the following areas.


1) The wide adoption of composite material (mainly carbon fiber) for the surfaces, reducing the weight of the aircraft for more than 700 kg, while the life of the composite part is increased over 10,000 hours in comparison to the original part built from steel.

2) Redesigned air inlets of engine intakes to reduce the radar cross section, this coupled with the adoption of composite material, and application of radar absorbent material has reduced the radar cross section (RCS) of 15 square meters of Su-27SK to just >3 square meters of J-11B.

3) Full air-to-surface / sea capability is added and J-11B is able to launch various precision guided air-to-surface and air-to-sea munitions.

4) Certified to be equipped with WS-10 (will be upgraded to WS-10A in the future) turbofan engine, which is claimed to be cheaper to operate than AL-31F.

5) Incorporation of on-board oxygen generating system (OBOGS): With the exception of Su-35 and Su-37, J-11B is the first of the Su-27 family to incorporate such technology. Due to the adoption of western style design features such as fully digitized computerized controls and solid state micro-electronics, Chinese claimed that the domestic OBOGS is superior than the analog system Russia offered to China.

6) Improved radar. The new radar is able to track 8 targets at the same time, and engage 4 of the 8 tracked simultaneously. When used against large surface target such as a destroyer, the maximum range of the radar was in excess of 350 km. The range against aerial targets was not disclosed, but it would be definitely much shorter, as in all radars. The Chinese official report claims that the radar is better than the 147x/KLJ-X radar family, but stop short of identifying the exact type. Contrary to many erroneous comments by many domestic Chinese sources, which mistakenly claimed that the radar had adopted a passive phased array antenna, the official claims of many Chinese governmental sources such as technical journals and publications have revealed that the radar still adopted a slotted planar array antenna.

7) Fully digitized solid-state avionics has replaced the analogue one in Su-27SK. In the mid-2007, the Chinese governmental television station CCTV-7 released news clips of Chinese pilots in the cockpits of J-11B, with the LCD of glass cockpit of J-11B clearly visible, despite that the official report itself only claimed replacing the original avionics with domestic Chinese fully digitized solid-state avionics, and nothing of EFIS or glass cockpit was mentioned. In comparison to the earlier EFIS on J-11A, the most obvious difference is that LCD MFDs on J-11B are aligned in a straight line, instead of the middle one being slightly lower. The arrangement, appearance and layout of MFDs and EFIS of J-11B are similar to the general design concept of the west.

8) Missile Approach Warning System.

Professor Wang also revealed in the same interview that the J-11B will be equipped with domestic engines and J-11B is aerial refueling capable.

J-11BS is the tandem twin seater version of J-11B, J-11BS under development, reportedly as the Chinese version of Su-30MK2/3. It is rumored that the letter S stands for Shuangzuo, meaning twin seater in Chinese.

J-11C is the aircraft carrier version of J-11B, J-11C under development, reportedly as the Chinese version of Su-33. The first mock-up of J-11C was displayed in public at air shows and defense exhibitions in China in late 2002, and the mock-up is shown to be able to be armed with all currently available Chinese anti-ship missiles, as well as air-to-air missile including PL-12.