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'Straight talks, dual talks, engagement, battle, and only then does the question of war come'


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1/D-33
Jan 19, 2013
01:38 PM

> "War is the last thing we should talk about."

Wise words from someone who knows war.

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
2/D-81
Jan 19, 2013
07:23 PM

"War Is The Last Thing We Should Talk About"

Correcto. One should not talk about it but one should be always prepared for it and most importantly the other party ought to know it is crystal clear terms.

Arun Maheshwari
Bangalore, India
3/D-76
Jan 20, 2013
01:08 PM

 Foolish talk by Gen Singh

War is not talked about, it is fought!! Armchair Generals like Singh do talk about war.

He talked retaliation on being provoked....
Is beheading of indian soldiers is act of kissing or provocation?

He says "The amount of proof available on the matter shows our preparedness."

Beheading amidst such grand preparedness?

Country is not safe in HANDS of MMS
Border is not safe in hands of Gen Singh.
Reluctant Rahul baba did not support openly to Anti-Rape movement... Because he has to fear most as after a law passed he has to fear most as he is not married.
 

vimal
Munich, Germany
4/D-146
Jan 20, 2013
08:18 PM

What wonders me- Does Pakistan also think of war, taking it to be the last thing ?.  If it is so why does it violate the agreement,cease fire etc.on LOC. Why does he continue firing on our posts on LOC.Does it not provoke our army ?  Why  it`s our country that takes the war to be last thing to be talked about

P.Gautampurkar,Sawai Madhopur,/Rajasthan.

Parshuam Gautampurkar
Sawai Madhopur-Rajasthan, India
5/D-3
Jan 22, 2013
12:27 AM

 "Straight talks, dual talks, engagement, battle, and only then does the question of war come"

OK. Dont talk about war. What about battle? I mean, if Pakis can engage in a low level warfare, why cant we do the same? 

Rakhal
Philadelphia, United States
6/D-54
Jan 22, 2013
07:23 AM

Jai Hind, sir!!

Just Joe King
Gotham, India
7/D-36
Jan 24, 2013
09:27 AM

  I don't think that people avoid war, because war is bad. I mean, the soldier does think that he will have to fight, someday. And, some like me, think that war unites a nation, and some people might appreciate it. Democracy might lead to an unpleasant diplomatic situation, which is extremely strange. I mean, plainly, there are more pressing situations within the borders of a democracy, and when wars are engaged by democracies, it seems that Martians have visited. I don't think that certain situations do not brook wars, because even soldiers who initiate wars, do not expect it. I can appreciate that India is not at war, but no one would want a govt. to govern, if a war is entered into by the Indian democracy, and seen to be instigated by her. Where this idea does not apply to the U. S. invasion of Panama, for instance, is because it seems the people didn't know that Panama would be invaded, before they knew of the invasion. One comes to look at democracy not as an idealist, but as a realist, on such musings.

Aditya Mookerjee
Belgaum, India
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