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    Intelligence is necessary for winning a war.

    Winning a war,We should have intelligence.Some times we are made fool by people ,who surround us.They want to break our team and disturb us.We listen politely and wants to handle the situation.
    People ,think we are weak.Every thing is in their hands.But when we stand up on our own legs and put the things in an organised way,showing our intelligence and might.They bow down.History tells us the war was won by those, who have might.It is just like ,Tin Diwas tak path mangate Raghupati sindhu kinare,uttar me jab ek naad bhi uttha nahi saagar se dhdhak uthi tab aag Ram ke sarse.
    Bhagwan ,Ram pleaded Sea God ,to give him a way to go to Lanka.But sea God did n't listen his request,then Ram became angry and his arrow started to take revenge.Then Sea God came near to Him and bow down ,he accepted his guilt.
  • #602657
    Yes, a good plan is equal to three quarters of the victory. An intelligent man have patience, and consistency. They face the challenges by accepting them.
    Hackers never learns but always wins!

  • #602661
    It is true wars were won by intelligent planning and shrewd determination. If we sea the history, the war between Pandavas and Kauravas was a good example for this. Both sides were having very high calibre warriors. No dearth of funds or people. But Pandavas won. Where is the difference. Lord Krishna made the difference. He conducted the war as per his planning. Even though it appears that Pandavas are more capable, but the shrewd planning of Lord Krishna from the Day 1, even before the vanavasa of Pandavas, Lord Krishna started the planning. His intelligence only brought victory to Pandavas.
    So to win a war only physical strength and ammunition is not sufficient. A good planning and intelligence of what to do and when to do is very essential for winning the war.

    always confident

  • #602666
    For fighting a war planning, strategy and strength are required. A lot of homework preeceeds these preparations and all of this is only possible with due intelligence.

    Intelligence is the most important and crucial factor. It brings perfection and touch of success to the actions.

    There are many instances in the history where in intelligent ways a losing fight was changed into a winning and saved a kingdom to go under slavery.

    So yes, intelligence is a prequisite for winning or to that matter to get success in ones endeavours.

    Knowledge is power.

  • #602673
    In the war not only the army matters, but also the extent of troop, the way they forge ahead, the balance of troops in reserve and above all planning with intelligence at the war front is more important. If you take Mahabharatha and in Kurushetra war much wins were through intelligent planning and that cannot be matched or criticized. The way Karna was killed when he was not having any warfare with him and Lord Krishna directs Arjun to aim the arrow and kill Karna. That is wrong as per Yudh Shashtra. But for some people who are intelligent in war front, they cannot be killed or eliminated through natural process. Hence the act of Lord Krishna advising and ordering Arjun to kill Karna who is not having any thing to defend has been approved as the act of intelligence. That means there is no rules and regulations, only winning is the criteria.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #602675
    The author has initiated a very interesting discussion. In this connection, I would like to mention to quotes of Sun Tzu:

    1st quote: "The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting." . This is only possible if we have credible intelligence about the plan and strategy of enemy. Effective intelligence can give us the insight of the enemys plan of action in war.

    2nd quote: "Let your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, fall like a thunderbolt" This is possible if we can prevent the enemy to gather intelligence about our own plan and strategy in the war.

    These two extremely valuable quotes of Sun Tzu from his famous "The Art of War" stress the need of intelligence gathering before and during the war. The entire principle of military intelligence stands on these two ancient quotes.

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