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    Anonymous

    Why this happens every time near china border….are these chinese using laser weapons on anything that flies on Indian border…which started in 2009 with AN-32, Mi-17, Mi-17(Pawan Hans, and now ALH…there were reports in Chinese websites that the PLA air defence squadron has shot an Indian AWACS with S-300 Battery…god knows wats going on…????
    Hope ALH has not crashed…otherwise IA is gonna cum hard on HAL….

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    Anonymous

    tow days back it was an mi-17 in Tawang and now a dhruv in sikkim….hope its not some kind of electronic warfare from china…fingers crossed

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  3. 3

    joygoswami

    God Help Them ­čÖü

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  4. 4

    Anonymous

    hope the crew is safe and kicking around…

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  5. 5

    Anonymous

    Hope they are safe.

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  6. 6

    Anguraj

    I pray god for the safety of the aircraft crew. These brave men face all these difficulties for our safety.

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    Avinash

    Is it really that hard to have some kind of an equiment which can ping the lat/long to a satellite or something? which helps trace the missing aircraft in case of a crash?
    I am not an expert but the equipment seems to be not a very complicated one.

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  8. 8

    Shubham

    Hope that the crew is safe and sound.

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  9. 9

    Mr. Ra

    Appears to be some electronic warfare from Red Dragon China. Otherwise so many coincidences are not possible to be real coincidences.

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  10. 10

    Pankaj

    Why any chines a/c hali r not cresh with indian bordr ,chins techgy is veryt hide USA INDIA will never know they invent ,this is eletronik war IAF , IA take care.

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    Anonymous

    It is very strange that many air-crashes have taken place at China Border.. Role of China should be looked into.

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    Rahul Devnath

    Hope the Air Crew are safe. The terrain is dotted with hills. Flying in these areas is inherently risky. Many aircraft crashes including the tragic crash of HS-748 decades back is attributed to bad weather and low visibility, which is even more hazardous for choppers. No Red Dragon, electronic warfare here and no Bermuda Triangle here either.

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  13. 13

    Anonymous

    Chinese Checkers from across the border. Its time to stop humoring them and start our own game, Chaturanga or commonly known as Chess. Brinkmanship is better played in Chess than Checkers.

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  14. 14

    bookz

    Too many accidents at the border to be a coincidence.

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