Who is India Daily? A friend tells me it is published from the US, in which case it may be done by emigres communicating to India. It has multiple
sections and lists a variety of reporters. Someone is writing all those diverse articles, and, given the Indian news concentration plus its active ad
accounts, it appears that India Daily is very much functioning, whether or not some of its stories are believed, or not. As for the alien and UFO
stories, anything that comes out of India, like such stories here, would run a risk of veiled sources plus some disinfo interlarded by those whose job
it is to shoot down any stories of the sort. If, indeed, there ever were alien events in India or China, they would likely be reported by "sources"
and unattributed officials. India Daily cites other journalists and some Indian officials by name. So, we would need to check those individuals, then
list who owns the site and runs it, then do a larger check on its bona fides. For example, there is a story that says that Russia, Brazil, India and
China have formed the BRIC coalition--of superpower-sized countries, as an alternative to the US monopolar scheme. That's a very big story---do you
think more than half of the world's population can be fooled about so big a report? Some of India Daily may be accurate.
I agree, some of the reports feature choppy grammar and go unattributed. Pravda is worse. India Daily is making money. To address the questions about
it more directly, do you think it is all disinfo, maybe used to discredit certain topics, or what?
As for me, I truly, reasonably suspect that there both is and should be a heavy alien activity at least somewhere in both India and China. The border
would be a convenient location. Given the highly reliable numerous official reports about abductions and a breeding program here in the US (see
Disclosure by Dr. Steven Greer, The Threat by David Jacobs, PhD, and any of John Mack's books), it is only logical to assume that those two countries
(who number more than 2 billion people) would be sites of activity. After all, what are such aliens doing here? Whether India Daily's reports should
be accepted at face value, or not, is up to the journalistic and scientific standard of the reader. The entire alien subject must be judged carefully.
We know that some of it is true: there is an alien incursion that does appear to have at least some political earmarks. Russia's chairman of its
Joint Chiefs of Staff, its highest military officer, openly admits on television that Russia has verified UFO's and has downed technology. UFO
Magazine does stories about China activity also. Indeed, eastern religion begins from the assumption that there are many aliens out there, that the
universe re-cycles, etc., so stories about aliens are more readily accepted in both India and China.
A recent poll in China showed that more than half of the Chinese accept that aliens are visiting our planet. Only 40 percent of US citizens think that
same, if I'm not mistaken.