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Top 5 Missiles of India:Lahore To Washington D.C

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1.Missile name:BrahMos


Name:BrahMos(Brahmaputra and Moskva)
Type:cruise missile
Manufacture:India and Russia joint venture.
Unit Cost:25-35 cr.
Status:Operational.
Weight:3 ton.
Warhead:0.3ton,nuclear
Engine:Two stage(Integrated Ramjet engine)
Range:300 km.
Speed:3 Mach.
Launcher:air,land,sea
Specialty:
stealth.(fly at attitude of 10 Meter)supersonic missile.World most powerful and fastest missile.Uninterrupted Missile.2.Missile name:Agni-v


Name:Agni-v(sun)
Type:Intermediate-ballistic missile
Manufacture:DRDO
Unit Cost:20-35 cr.
Status:Under development
Weight:50 ton
Warhead:1 ton,nuclear
Engine:Three stage(solid)
Range:above 5000 km
Speed:1 mach
Launcher:surface
Specialty:
Easy to store and transport.MIRV capability3.Missile name:Surya
Name:Surya(sun)
Type:Intercontinental ballistic missile
Manufacture:DRDO
Unit Cost:35-50 cr
Status:Secret Development
Weight:55 ton
Warhead:1.5 ton,3 nuclear
Engine:Ramjet engine
Range:16,000 km
Speed:1 mach
Launcher:surface
Specialty:
capability to reach entire world4.Missile name:Shau…

School/College Dropout to Pinnacle:Einstein to Sachin!

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Are college or school dropouts more successful than people with good education? It would seem so if you consider that many billionaires are people who dumped college. However, what this hides is the fact that although millions quit studies before completing them, very few of them go on to becomes rich or visionary. What the list of the super-rich dropouts signifies is that in business, a top degree is not as important as having the right aptitude, attitude, determination and vision.

 Bill Gates:


Bill Gates is a co-founder of the software giant Microsoft and has been ranked the richest person in the world for a number of years. Gates dropped out of Harvard in his junior year after reading an article about the Altair microcomputer in Popular Electronics magazine. He and his friend Paul Allen formed Micro Soft (later changed to Microsoft) to write software for the Altair. Gates vision is to have “to have every computer in every home r every desk.”

Albert Einstein…

War/Conflicts:Deadly virus of the World!

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Indian Women Liberation:Wake Up!

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Woman always have a special part in every man’s life. About 2500 years back in India women were the one who perform prayer in temple even today there many women goddess in Indian culture. After the arrival of pandit’s and Brahmin to India women were driven out of temple as “untouchable of god”.
                                Even After 2000 years today also women are denied equal rights in the family. A nation which worships women as god was denying status for women in a society. It’s the most unfair culture in India. India’s most high profile post is occupied by women’s but still they are denied 33% reservation in the parliament.
                               Indian business women are most recognized across the globe they lead the most of the corporate in the world. Then to still they are not dignified equal to men. An only nation which worship women goddess as most number of female infanticide. There hundreds of law to protect a women in this land but s…

War or Peace:Top 5 Military Power of World!

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United States of America Military StrengthUnited States of America Military Strength Detail by the numbers.
1 PERSONNEL

Total Population:313,232,044[2011]
Available Manpower:145,212,012[2011]
Fit for Service:120,022,084[2011]
Of Military Age:4,217,412[2011]
Active Military:1,477,896[2011]
Active Reserve:1,458,500[2011]


LAND ARMY

Total Land Weapons:56,269
Tanks:9,573[2011]
APCs / IFVs:26,653[2011]
Towed Artillery:2,163[2011]
SPGs:950[2011]
MLRSs:1,430[2011]
Mortars:7,500[2011]
AT Weapons:8,000[2011]
AA Weapons:2,106[2011]
Logistical Vehicles:267,247 Nuclear weapon:2500

AIR POWER

Total Aircraft:18,234[2011]
Helicopters:6,417[2011]
Serviceable Airports:15,097[2011]


RESOURCES

Oil Production:9,056,000 bbl/Day[2011]
Oil Consumption:18,690,000 bbl/Day[2011]
Proven Reserves:19,120,000,000 bbl/Day[2011]

LOGISTICAL

Labor Force:154,900,000[2011]