Tuesday, May 31, 2005


Mid-day has reported about a brigadier's treachery of selling the country's war plans for a measly 20000 in 1965 to satisfy his wife's needs for equipment for canning fruits. The source quoted is GoharKhan, son of Ayub Khan.

The immediate reaction of our fellow indians would be now of hauling the brigadier over live coals. We do not trust Pakistan but if they come out with such things our first instinct is "Yea it is possible".

We have still not learnt our lesson from the Samba Spy Scandal.

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