We don’t bury our men. We sow them as seeds.– Velupillai Prabhakaran
There wasn’t a whiff of this one coming. And when India Today broke the story this week, it created more than just […]
By Shiv Aroor “I told the defence minister that the Pakistan Air Force has the advantage. We are sure to […]
In February last year, Indian Army soldier Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad made global headlines after he was rescued alive after […]
i think surprises are round the corner..
most certainly. big bang backlash. just wait and watch.
BS. It is all over.
Why do i get a feeling that his head was blown of with point blank or from very close range…
I feel he should have done it with legal ways in Srilanka law, instead of taking the GUN. Am sure there were other ways for the cause he was fighting for.
Big backlash. He was put on the bank of a lagoon, like an ancient animal crossing from seal to land and then shot. Typical american inneundo stuff.
Seriously – does anyone else think this looks like waxwork?
To be honest does not look like Prabhakaran. ?? ??? ?????? ?? ??? ?? ??? ?? ???? ???.
Anyway, let us hope he is Prabhakaran and this is the beginning of the end of Tamil terrorism.
Even I have a feeling Prabhakaran is not dead and has escaped forever..how can he die….he cant die..Shiv did you see the body yourself
trying to get a chance to do that. massive stonewalling here. they’ve just released photos of sea tiger chief soosai and others. see here:
Only when you’ve seen Prabhakaran’s dead body and touched it, are we going to believe that he’s dead, Shiv, otherwise we wont.
Even Karunanidhi doesn’t believe he’s dead and he cant be wrong.
Pakistanis are rapidly building their capacities to increase their nuclear arsenal that already stands at 100+- Dr. Albright’s perditions of Pakistani production capabilities he made in 1998 and 2000 Pakistan have some where 100 to 180 which includes 20 to 30 plutonium warheads. Once K-3 is completed Pakistan will have capability to produce a total of 15 to 24 warheads each year
Currently with Kahuta &Kushab-1 (2 to 3 warheads @ 70MWT )and Kuhsab-2 (if reactor is only taken at 100MWT it can produce 4 to 6 warheads and 8 to 12 warheads if it is 150 to 200MWT like one in Karachi(second options looks more likely due to size and Pakistani experience with that reactor) )they have capability to produce 11 to 18 nuclear warheads each year.
Pakistan Expanding Plutonium Separation Facility Near RawalpindiPakistan Expanding Dera Ghazi Khan Nuclear Site
As per media reports, PAEC is continuing expansion of the nuclear program, including the completion of two additional plutonium production reactors at Khushab and the Chashma reprocessing facility. Another large Nuclear Fuel Complex is being set up at Faisalabad and a uranium enrichment plant is being set up at Chak Jhumra which will have a capacity of 150,000 SWU whereas Kahuta is believed to be only 15000 SWU.
By David Albright and Paul BrannanMay 19, 2009
In July 1984 the New York Times reported that US intelligence had learned that the previous year that China had supplied Pakistan with the design of an actual tested nuclear device – the design of China's fourth nuclear weapontested in 1966 with a yield of 25 kt. This is said to be a low weight (200 kg class) solid-core bomb design. Reports have also surfaced that China also provided sufficient HEU to construct oneor two weapons in 1983. In 1998 A. Q. Khan stated that Pakistan had acquired the capability to explode a nuclear device at the end of 1984.
Thomas Reed, a former US Air Force secretary has claimed in his book- The Nuclear Express: A Political History of the Bomb and Its Proliferation that during Benazir Bhutto's tenure China helped Pakistan in testing its first nuclear armament.
It is difficult to claim that what is actual size and destructive capability given Pakistani claims of boosted weapons test in 1998 which are consistent with their previous import of technology of tritium purification facility.But one thing is sure that they have enough material available to make minimum of 100+ and maximum of 180+ nuclear weapons with yields varying from 20 to 300+ KT By 1987, the PAEC was able to acquire from West Germany parts for a tritium purification facility. Later, Pakistan attempted to procure from Germany 30 tons of aluminum tubing, used to "clad lithium for irradiation in a reactor. German firm NTG that helped PAEC developed tritium purification and recovery processes. Tritium is used to boost fission warheads and develop Hydrogen bombs.
CIA Director Leon Panetta has said the United States does not know the location of all of Pakistan’s nuclear weapons but is confident the country has secured them.
“We don’t have, frankly, the intelligence to know where they all are located,” Panetta said, adding the US was confident the Pakistani government had a “pretty secure approach to try to protect these weapons.”
yes, yes anon @ 3:50, but this is not the damn Pak thread.
Wonder if this was a Sniper shot to head.. Usually Snipers aim for heart or head.
No injuries whatsoever in the body tells me he was picked by a sniper or a Suicide (may have preferred cyanide instead of a bullet)
Shiv, do you think you can confirm this ?
Shiv doesn’t know the difference between sniper and a viper….what can he confirm
Shiv r u a LTTE? or PRO-LTTE?
Shiv’s a Tamilian…do you have your answer now?
🙂 well, i’m actually from konkan. but what the hell — i was born lived most of my life in madras! plus i speak tamil better than my native konkani, so…
??? ??? ????? ?? ???? India ? ???. I have a bad feeling about all this. You could end up being collateral casualty.
wow shiv you are an amchi! great.
Idiot anon at 10.38 pm..stop saying bad things….no shame or what….nothing will happen to him…how can it happen, when I fasted for his long life
nice shiv, you have fans fasting for you also. good going!
u know what happens at time of death sole leaves body and it concentrates between eyes and a tunned appears there and white light coming through its other end
and soul concentrated at eye centre enters till tunnel and then nver comes back in body
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