iRead, iLearn, iWrite. Hence, iBlog.

For Indian Military, Nuclear & Space matters, visit:

Sunday, July 26, 2015

These Cool Videos Show IAF's Russian-origin Aircrafts Flying Over The Skies Of NATO Britain

"Anyone with an interest in military aircraft would have got quite a shock looking up and seeing a Russian jet over the skies of King’s Lynn."

Saturday, July 25, 2015

1 Data - 2 Inferences, 180 Degrees Apart

In response to a query that an Indian Parliamentarian recently raised, the concerned Minister replied that ISRO had charged a total of  $17 Million USD plus €78.5 Million for the foreign satellites it has launched till now. Converting them all to Dollars, it comes to around $103 USD [€1 = $1.1 USD].

Friday, July 24, 2015

This Illustration Highlights The Major Systems & Cycles Involved In A Modern Nuclear Power Plant

Any Nuclear Power Plant, being built today, incorporates numerous sub-systems, multiple redundancies & fail-safe features, aimed towards reliably optimising the power generation process, extracting the most from the fuel.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Flying Side By Side, A Pair Of IAF Sukhoi Su-30MKI And Su-30K [Image Of The Day]

The different variants of the pride of the Indian Air Force flying alongside each other.

Play An IAF MiG-29 Pilot, Shoot Down PAF JF-17 Thunders

A computer game that pits India against pakistan in aerial warfare, along with a bunch of other games.

2015 Edition Of Indradhanush Indo-British Air Exercises Starts Today

An Indian Air Force contingent currently in the United Kingdom to take part in bilateral exercises with their British counterparts.

Friday, May 23, 2014

"Nixon remarks, "The Indians need - what they really need is a" - Kissinger interjects, "They’re such bastards." And then the president finishes his thought: "a mass famine.""

- 'The Blood Telegram: Nixon, Kissinger, and a Forgotten Genocide' by Gary J. Bass

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

"pakistan is, now, a household name in Afghanistan, associated with terror & everything bad"

Afghanistan's former intel Czar, Mr Amrullah Saleh, laying it out like no other, in this interview. A safer, more secure Afghanistan would most certainly require the man to occupy a seat of power in his country.

Monday, May 12, 2014

9-To-5 Warriors

"Switzerland cannot intervene because its airbases are closed at night and on the weekend"

via Al-Guardian

Wednesday, May 07, 2014

First Flight Of The Iraqi F-16 Fighter

"Two Lockheed Martin test pilots successfully completed the first flight of the inaugural F-16 Fighting Falcon for the Iraqi Air Force on 2 May 2014 at the company’s facility in Fort Worth, Texas. The F-16D is the first of thirty-six F-16 Block 52 aircraft on order through the US Department of Defense for Iraq. The aircraft will be delivered later this year."


via Code One


Also Read: Manned F-16 Fighter Begins New Life As An UAV, The QF-16

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

"If they succeed in stopping Modi from becoming prime minister after these elections, they will complete the task of making India an irrecoverable economic basket case"

- Indians’ myopic selfishness

Monday, February 24, 2014

When The Indian Air Force Undertook Missions To Save And Protect pakistanis

Responding to SOS calls from besieged pakistan Army soldiers, the Indian Air Force [IAF], in 2006, with its Mil Mi-35 "Akbar" attack helicopters, undertook fire support missions in the Democratic Republic of the Congo [DRC]. Despite coming under attack itself & suffering damages to the Helicopters, the IAF remained committed to the task at hand.

As a result of the firepower it was raining from the air, the IAF created sufficient time & opportunity for the pakistani soldiers to retreat to safer positions. The present Commanding Officer [CO] of the No.125 Helicopter Squadron, "The Gladiators", then deputed to the DRC for the MONUC mission, recalls that event in this video below.

Clip taken from NDTV's Show, "Jai Hind".


Also Read: IAF Sukhoi Su-30 MKI fighters at Tezpur Air Force base in Assam [North-East India]

Friday, February 07, 2014

Monday, February 03, 2014

GRSE Has Taken The INS Kamorta Out For A Spin - First Ever Visual [Image Of The Day]

Soon to be the Indian Navy's first-of-its-class, stealthy Anti-Submarine Warfare [ASW] Corvette, being developed indigenously.