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    Pakistan Nuclear Scientist

    With growing tensions between India and Pakistan , streets of Mumbai are lashing with angry voices of 'Revenge'. Media and people living in india are building up pressure on the politicians to take some action. Certainly the full fledge war cannot be an option for both nuclear armed forces of india and pakistan but limited 'hot pursuit' is the talk of the town these days. If suppose Pakistan specially Muridke near Lahore get some aerial attack on Lashkara-i-Tayyaba HQ , what will be our response. What PAF and Strategic Planning Division will do. Can we able to shot down thier planes. Pakistan top nuclear/missile scientist says that we can even shot drones of US but its upon Government when it will order. I dont know why awaz tv not uploaded this wonderful video so with thanks i am taking it from NaMaan video section as its discuss some 'inner secret' details of Pakistan Nuclear and Missile Programs, a thing certaily we are proud of !



    Dr. Samar Mubarakmand (born September 17, 1942) is Pakistan's top nuclear scientist, and the Ex Chairman of Pakistan's National Engineering and Scientific Commission(NESCOM), an organization regarded as the country's premier center of scientific research.


    He has been awarded Pakistan's three highest civil awards, the Nishan-e-Imtiaz, the Hilal-e-Imtiaz and the Sitara-e-Imtiaz. He rose to national fame in May 1998 when he headed the team of Pakistani scientists which conducted the country's successful nuclear tests in Balochistan.



    Dr. Mubarakmand received the M.S. degree in Physics from Government College , Lahore, in 1962, and the Ph.D. in Experimental Nuclear Physics from the University of Oxford, England, in 1966 where he was part of the team which commissioned a 22 million volt atomic accelerator. He has expertise in nuclear instrumentation, nuclear diagnostics, application of lasers, and fibre optics technology.



    Dr. Samar Mubarakmand has been associated with a variety of classified scientific programmes in Pakistan. He joined the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) in 1962, where he was in charge of the Directorate of Technical Development, one of the most secretive institutes within Pakistan and completely unknown to the outside world. He reportedly supervised several cold tests in 1983, and also developed a neutron facility for acceleration of explosion process in a nuclear device. In 1990s, he served as the Director General of National Defence Complex, another Pakistani organization shrouded in secrecy. He was appointed as the first Chairman of Pakistan's National Engineering and Scientific Commission (NESCOM) in 2001. He is now considered the main architect of Pakistan's missile program, which includes systems such as the Babur missile, Shaheen missile series, and the Ghaznavi missile system.



    One of his recent landmark achievements is the establishment of Centers of Excellence (COEs) in the fields of Computational Science and Medicine, Control & Instrumentation, Fluid Dynamics & Engineering Design, Hydro Technologies, Wireless Communication, and Electronics and Composite Materials. These COEs are fast becoming the hub of advance scientific and medical activity in Pakistan, conducting research in areas such as stem cells, tissue culture technology, and production of cardiac stents.



    Dr. Samar Mubarakmand is widely credited with bringing modernization in the design and development of many components and instruments, which are considered the backbone of Pakistan's nuclear and missile technology.



    FORTUNATELY THIS PERSON DID NOT LEAVE PAKISTAN AND REMAINED FAITHFUL TO THE COUNTRY. HE HAS PASSED HIS LIFE IN STRENGTHENING OF PAKISTAN. NATION IS PROUD OF HIM. IN 2003 HE WAS THE ONLY PERSON IN PAKISTAN WHO WAS AWARDED WITH PAKISTAN'S 3 HIGHEST CIVIL AWARD.






    Check his interview with Javed Chaudry on December 3, 2008


    zSHARE - KalTak3rd dec 08.wmv
    Last edited by desert bird; Dec 4, 2008, 07:43 AM.

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    Pakistan National Hero



    On left of Dr A Q Khan (1998 Chagi Nuclear Explosions)



    Dr. Samar MubarakMand on Pakistan first Cruise Missile , Babur









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      Hamid Mir bring a fresh episode guests include Lt. Gen.(R) Hamid Nawaz Former Fed. Min. for Interior, Dr. Pervez Hoodbhoy Prof. Nuclear Physics, Quaid-i-Azam University, Najamuddin Shheikh Former Foreign Secretary, Advocate Ahmer Bilal Sufi Expert International Law, Dr. Samar Mubarik Mand Atomic Scientist.


      Dr. Hoodbhoy was a bit worried about nuclear weapons but Dr. Samar told that Pakistan Command and Control sysytem is among the best in the world. Multiple stage secrets codings required so that even 'Accidental Arming of Weapon' cannot be done. The secret codes are even not accesible to people working at that place or SPD. The weapons are never kept in 'Ready Mode' but spreaded in various parts of Pakistan and can be put togther iff needed.

      watch it

      http://www.awaz.tv/playvideo.asp?pageId=1556

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        The obvious answer to this mess is to battle all non state private armies and defeat them: TTP, LeT, JeM, MQM, BLA etc.

        If they don't exist, they can't be a threat.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Waahid Doyum View Post
          The obvious answer to this mess is to battle all non state private armies and defeat them: TTP, LeT, JeM, MQM, BLA etc.

          If they don't exist, they can't be a threat.
          Such a step would go a long way in reducing tensions ...... and generally improve the atmosphere in the region.

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            What does India has to do to reduce tension?

            Ever thought of it?

            Stop interfering in Pakistani territories for a start.
            Impress me..with your intelligence and wit. :-)

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              #7
              Originally posted by diwana View Post
              What does India has to do to reduce tension?

              Ever thought of it?

              Stop interfering in Pakistani territories for a start.
              The largest terrorist threat in the region is emanating from Pakistan or regions that are identified as Pakistan on maps. This is a fact.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Waahid Doyum View Post
                The largest terrorist threat in the region is emanating from Pakistan or regions that are identified as Pakistan on maps. This is a fact.
                The question he is asking pertains to current tension, not threats in general.

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                  #9
                  Some points above are irrelevant to this thread title.

                  Being one of the Pakistani expat and firm beliver in realism, I feel that India is
                  instigating Pakistan to do some thing rash and crazy to induce 'retaliation' leaving very few choices and multiple fronts for Pakistan
                  and we all know what happens under such cases.

                  I can say this that India has much to loose and Pakistan has already lost what it never had in true sense (stable democracy & Leadership) matrial wise India
                  is much larger and "target rich" in many ways.
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                    Originally posted by Waahid Doyum View Post
                    The largest terrorist threat in the region is emanating from Pakistan or regions that are identified as Pakistan on maps. This is a fact.
                    India is well known to play game in to other countries territories and its doing the same now.

                    The only solution to reduce tension is for India to mind its own business and stop its illegitimate activities in Pakistan. Funding and mobilizing terrorists and country's enemies like it did in 60's and 70's. Only this time the situstion is far better for Pakistan than for India.
                    Impress me..with your intelligence and wit. :-)

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                      Great Thread desrt bird !! Congrtaz

                      An eye openner for our Indian friends and very informartive for 'polite Pakistanis'
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                        Hamid Mir bring a fresh episode guests include Dr. Samar Mubarakmand Atomic Scientist, Dr. Farzana Bari Prof. Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad, Irfan Siddiqui Columnist Daily Jang, Praem Shankar Indian Journalist, Dr. Mubashar Hussain Analyst


                        Capital Talk 8th December 2008

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by aam bandha View Post
                          Such a step would go a long way in reducing tensions ...... and generally improve the atmosphere in the region.
                          And if you stop providing support to BLA and MQM, it will also improve the atmosphere
                          The one who isn't confused, does not, really understand the problem.

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                            if india starts a war and at any point army belives they gonna lose it..they should use atomic bombs on all the major cities of india without any hesitation..
                            - NIMAZ PARH LO ISSAY PEHLAY KAY APP KI NIMAZ PARH DI JAYE -

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Guy1 View Post
                              if india starts a war and at any point army belives they gonna lose it..they should use atomic bombs on all the major cities of india without any hesitation..
                              How many millions of Muslims would Pakistan kill that way?
                              Muslims are so good at dividing that they can divide the atom. If you see two Muslims, probably they belong to 3 parties.
                              Al-Ghazali

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