Saturday, January 22, 2011

pakistani General resumes "we started war"

this is the video not shown by Indian or any other countries newsd channels but by pakistan's own DAWN news channel.
Some people who don't know the fact that :
"Most of the pakistani's thought that all the wars between India and pakistan was initiated by India".
But in this video a pakistani general A Khan telling truth to the pakistani's that thier government was always wrong.

Kumble's 10 wicket haul against pak

India vs pakistan test in which Anil kumble took all 10 wickets of pakistan.

pakistan army surrenders 3 times

pak army surrenders to Indian army during KARGIL war, pakistani army officers takes his dead soldiers bodies.

pak army surrenders to Indian army during 1971 war, in Dhaka. Indian army captured Dhaka and 90,000 pakistani soldiers as war prisoners. Later released by India in Shimla summit(biggest mistake).

Proof of India winning 1965 war
there are not much videos related to India pakistan war of 1965. but these are independent views of people worldwide, taken from wikipedia

The war was militarily inconclusive; each side held prisoners and some territory belonging to the other. Losses were relatively heavy—on the Pakistani side, twenty aircraft, 200 tanks, and 3,800 troops. Pakistan's army had been able to withstand Indian pressure, but a continuation of the fighting would only have led to further losses and ultimate defeat for Pakistan. Most Pakistanis, schooled in the belief of their own martial prowess, refused to accept the possibility of their country's military defeat by "Hindu India" and were, instead, quick to blame their failure to attain their military aims on what they considered to be the ineptitude of Ayub Khan and his government.
  • TIME magazine reported that India held 690 mi2 of Pakistan territory while Pakistan held 250 mi2 of Indian territory in Kashmir and Rajasthan. Additionally, Pakistan had lost almost half its armour temporarily.[54] The article further elaborates —
Severely mauled by the larger Indian armed forces, Pakistan could continue the fight only by teaming up with Red China and turning its back on the U.N.
  • Devin T. Hagerty wrote in his book "South Asia in world politics"[55] –
The invading Indian forces outfought their Pakistani counterparts and halted their attack on the outskirts of Lahore, Pakistan's second-largest city. By the time United Nations intervened on September 22, Pakistan had suffered a clear defeat.
  • In his book "National identity and geopolitical visions",[56] Gertjan Dijkink writes –
The superior Indian forces, however, won a decisive victory and the army could have even marched on into Pakistani territory had external pressure not forced both combatants to cease their war efforts.
In three weeks the second Indo-Pak War ended in what appeared to be a draw when the embargo placed by Washington on U.S. ammunition and replacements for both armies forced cessation of conflict before either side won a clear victory. India, however, was in a position to inflict grave damage to, if not capture, Pakistan's capital of the Punjab when the cease-fire was called, and controlled Kashmir's strategic Uri-Poonch bulge, much to Ayub's chagrin.
  • In his book titled The greater game: India's race with destiny and China, David Van Praagh wrote[58] –
India won the war. It gained 1,840 square kilometers of Pakistani territory: 640 square kilometers in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan's portion of the state; 460 square kilometers of the Sailkot sector; 380 square kilometers far to the south of Sindh; and most critical, 360 square kilometers on the Lahore front. Pakistan took 540 square kilometers of Indian territory: 490 square kilometers in the Chhamb sector and 50 square kilometers around Khem Karan.
  • Dennis Kux's "India and the United States estranged democracies" also provides a summary of the war[59]
Although both sides lost heavily in men and material, and neither gained a decisive military advantage, India had the better of the war. New Delhi achieved its basic goal of thwarting Pakistan's attempt to seize Kashmir by force. Pakistan gained nothing from a conflict which it had instigated.
  • "A region in turmoil: South Asian conflicts since 1947" by Robert Johnson mentions[60] –
India's strategic aims were modest – it aimed to deny Pakistani Army victory, although it ended up in possession of 720 square miles (1,900 km2) of Pakistani territory for the loss of just 220 square miles (570 km2) of its own.
  • An excerpt from William M. Carpenter and David G. Wiencek's "Asian security handbook: terrorism and the new security environment"[61] –
A brief but furious 1965 war with India began with a covert Pakistani thrust across the Kashmiri cease-fire line and ended up with the city of Lahore threatened with encirclement by Indian Army. Another UN-sponsored cease-fire left borders unchanged, but Pakistan's vulnerability had again been exposed.
  • English historian John Keay's "India: A History" provides a summary of the 1965 war[62] –
The 1965 Indo-Pak war lasted barely a month. Pakistan made gains in the Rajasthan desert but its main push against India's Jammu-Srinagar road link was repulsed and Indian tanks advanced to within a sight of Lahore. Both sides claimed victory but India had most to celebrate.
  • Uk Heo and Shale Asher Horowitz write in their book "Conflict in Asia: Korea, China-Taiwan, and India-Pakistan"[63] –
Again India appeared, logistically at least, to be in a superior position but neither side was able to mobilize enough strength to gain a decisive victory.
  • Newsweek magazine, however, praised the Pakistani military's ability to hold of the much larger Indian Army.[64]
By just the end of the week, in fact, it was clear that the Pakistanis were more than holding their own.

 see complete story on Wikipedia.
1965 war on wikipedia 

india VS pakistan 1971 war

This video shows the real videos from 1971 war of INDIA and pakistan. The video is of Battle of Longhewala(from movie "Border" was inspired). Indian  Airforce cracked down 50+ tanks of pakistan.
A funny radio message was intercepted by Indian army.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Pakistani in US

What pakistani American say when they were asked..........
 Where are you from? 

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

pak army's GENOCIDE in Bangladesh

These are the videos when Bangladesh was under pakistani's army control.These videos are not taken by any Indian news channel but an american news channel before 1971. These videos shows how millions of  innocent people(including kids and ladies) were killed and the ladies were raped by pakistani army. In 1971 Indian army with Bngladeshi revolutionary army "Mukti Bahini" defeated the pakistani army in the war.

Monday, January 17, 2011

National anthem of pakistan

Saare jahan se
Hum "JAANVER"hai iske,
...yeh"CHIRIA GHAR hamara.

Sarre jaha se

-------by Shivam Bakshi

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

India Pakistan War 1965

The Indian tricolour flies atop Barkee police station, Lahore Dist as an Indian jawan stands guard.WE can do it everytime you want pakistan............Jai HinD...

Sunday, January 9, 2011

India pak nuclear war (very funny)

The Pakistan army decides to launch a nuke-missile towards India.
They don't need any permission from their government(actually such a thing does not exist in Porkistan), and promptly order the countdowns.
Indian technology is highly advanced.

In less than 8 seconds, Indian army detects the Pak Countdown and decides to launch a missile in retribution.

But they need permission from the Government of India.

They submit their request to the Indian President. The President forwards it to the Cabinet.

The Prime Minister calls an emergency Lok Sabha session. The LS meets, but due to several walkouts and severe protests by the opposition, it gets adjourned and adjourned indefinitely.

The President asks for a quick decision.

In the mean time, the Pak missile failed to take off due to technical failure.

Their attempts for a re launch are still on.

Just then the Indian ruling party is reduced to a minority because a party that was giving outside support withdraws it.

The President asks the PM to prove his majority within a week.

As the ruling party fails to win the confidence vote, a caretaker government is installed.

The caretaker PM decides to permit the armed forces to launch a nuclear missile.

But the Election Commission says that a caretaker government can not take such a decision because elections are at hand.

A Public Interest Litigation is filed in the Supreme Court alleging misuse of power by the Election Commission.

The Supreme Court comes to the rescue of the PM, and says the acting PM is
authorized to take this decision in view of the emergency facing the nation.

Just then one of the Pak missiles successfully took off, but it fell 367 miles
away from the target, on its own government building at 11.35AM.

Fortunately there were no casualties as no employee had reached the office that early.

In any case, the nuclear core of the missile had detached somewhere in flight.

The Pakistan army is now trying to get better technologies from China and USA.

The Indian Government, taking no chances, decides to launch a nuclear missile of its own, after convening an all-party meeting.

This time all the parties agree.

Its three months since the Pak army had started the nuclear war.

But as Indian preparations begin, "pro-humanity" and "anti-nuclear" activists come out against the Government's decision.

Human chains are formed and Road Rail Blockades are organized.

In California and Washington endless e-mails are sent to Indians to stop the war condemning the Indian government and mentioning "Please forward it to as many Indians as possible".

On the Pakistan side, the missiles kept malfunctioning. Some missiles deviate from target due to technical failures or high-speed wind blowing over Rajasthan.
Many of them land in the Indian Ocean killing some fishes.

Pakistan had enough of it's own technology.
A missile (smuggled from USA) is pressed into service.

Since the Pakistan army is unable to understand its software, it hits its original destination: Russia. (The smuggled missile was an old one made during the cold war times)

Russia successfully intercepts the missile and in retaliation launches a nuclear missile towards Islamabad.

The missile hits the target and creates havoc.

Pakistan cries for help. India expresses deep regrets for what has happened and sends in a million dollars worth of Parle-G biscuits.
Thus India never gets to launch the missile.

Pakistan never gets it right.

we live happily ever after!!!!

From movie Gadar (Sunny deol handpump scene)

Indians and Paki's Always remember this Asli Indian ye hai.