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    Anonymous

    An-32 crashes are most tragic. Brings back the memory of crash at Palam a few years ago. Lost 22 IAF officers then. Lets hope for the best.

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    Anonymous

    IAF Plane crashes!! – no names of pilots?
    no names of passengers?
    Hearing through sources?
    Come on – when hundreds of international passengers are involved – name lists show up in minutes & for our warriors – its nameless & Newsless?
    10 hours into it and all we are interested in showing in cricket?
    someone should get their head out of their a**!!

    Shame!

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    Anonymous

    Indeed a tragic event.
    May those Officers and Soldiers rest in peace.

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    Anonymous

    ask god only he knows why he did like that

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    Anonymous

    Could it have crossed into Chinese Territory ?? I heard it was ddue to bad weather. Either way the landing platforms at Arunachal are not developed. I hav heard there are not even proper signals to guide these planes at night in those remote areas. Till now it was based on purely pilot skills that they carried out these transport missions.

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    Anonymous

    rediff has a account on this today (http://news.rediff.com/slide-show/2010/oct/27/slide-show-1-here-is-why-chinese-blogs-must-be-monitored.htm) where it reports that the an-32 that crashed was actually the 1st Phalcon AWACS India bought. Sounds ridiculous !! but is there any more info on the AN-32 crash ?

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