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Clever strategy buy not showing full India, they are pleasing Chinese and Pakistanis.
which magazine is this article from?
They have also shown a complete India.
@ anon 1:56 pm : India is completely in saffron on the other page…Think before writing a comment.
The depiction is partially correct India is from Hindu Kush mountain ranges in the West to Burma in the East we will liberate all the areas wait and see
What are they going to get by pleasing China and Pakistan.
China will never get western tech and Pakistan cannot afford it.
This is from "Eurofighter World" Magazine… 2011/1 Edition.
Hi Shiv, your doing great disservice by promoting Typhoon. please read below- what ENglish believe about typohoon-Eurofighter Typhoon: It's EVEN WORSE than we thoughtjust 107 jets – and new budget trainwreck looms
I am wondering what the Eurofighter/Cassidian PR paid Shiv Aroor to republish this promotional piece from Eurofighter World.
@Shiv: objectivity implies full discloser, especially regarding promotional plugs.
You will probably censor this, but at least you know that others know that your opinion is for sale.
Will you all please stop whining about Shiv 'supporting' one aircraft or the other. He's written quite a bit about the Rafale and his trip on it, about the Gripen's promotions in India, and the Super Hornet's upgrade program as well. So if the Europeans, French and Americans are all paying him, all I can say is kudos to him.
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