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  • Re: The Chinese problem

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    usha manohar
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    Depends on who one is  hugging ? Jacqueline Kennedy , Mridula Sarabhai , Lady Mountbatten or Trump and other leaders,  which is mandatory according to their custom .


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  • Re: The Chinese problem

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    vijay
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    The type of ones you named can't trust a you know who/ Any jealousy?


  • Re: The Chinese problem

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    usha manohar
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    vijay wrote:

    The type of ones you named can't trust a you know who/ Any jealousy?

    What a joke, only you can come up with something like that Dizzy Face


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  • Re: The Chinese problem

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    MG Singh
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    Sadly, he did nothing and just sat twiddling his thumbs. The situation created by Nehru and his successors is so bad that now India is a decade behind China. Modi cannot reset the clock back.


  • Re: The Chinese problem

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    usha manohar
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    China is the quintessential big bully of the Asian region and it is far too powerful for us to take it head on. Another major factor is their closeness to Pakistan which makes it all the more difficult for us to deal with them because they interfere   every time we take a firm step towards Pakistan . It also shows Pakistans double standards in keeping mum when China recentlly destroyed dozens of mosques within their territory, imagine that happening here..


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  • Re: The Chinese problem

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    vijay
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    When will you come out of blame Nehru mode? What is gained by repeatedly blaming him? It reeks of impotence to act today and thus seek reasons in past for present failures to take decisive actions. Indian politicians of all hues are basically pacifist and do not know how to use military for nation building. Our politicians spend all their energy in fighting with each other. They lack vision to make India  a great nation. They are only interested in coming to power and making deals. The bureaucracy is interested in having good relations with US like countries and sending their children to study and settle there. Same with other higher class of Indians. Sons of upper class Indians are hardly in the defence forces. We keep bragging about our 5000 year old achievements and feel mighty thrilled that world  is celebrating yoga day. Time we developed a fighting and killer instinct and not be afraid of taking the initiative and launching offensives to throw out the Pakistanis and Chinese from inside our borders. Yes there will be damage but we will emerge as a proud nation. Otherwise @MGSingh will keep blaming Nehru and enjoy his drinks at various locations in the world and tell us what they think of us. What matters is what we think of us. Are we a proud nation. NO. We are a pleading nation who only take it out on the weaker of the weakest within our own country. I have seen an Indian hold his tobaco spit for more than 10 minutes in Singapore but in India he would have spit 100 times left and right. So please stop blaming the dead and start planning with the living for actions in the future. 


  • Re: The Chinese problem

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    Manoj Kumar Lamba
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    China is only giving threats to India, just afraid of India - America - Japan war practice. Now China is giving threat that it may sent its army to Kashmir to help Pakistan. So no one can believe on China, what will it say and what will it do.


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  • Re: The Chinese problem

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    usha manohar
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    Manoj Kumar Lamba wrote:

    China is only giving threats to India, just afraid of India - America - Japan war practice. Now China is giving threat that it may sent its army to Kashmir to help Pakistan. So no one can believe on China, what will it say and what will it do.

    Whether it is does threat or real, it makes you wonder at their audacity to do so..


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  • Re: The Chinese problem

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    Kalyani Nandurkar
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    Manoj Kumar Lamba wrote:

    China is only giving threats to India, just afraid of India - America - Japan war practice. Now China is giving threat that it may sent its army to Kashmir to help Pakistan. So no one can believe on China, what will it say and what will it do.

    China is a known bully whose core philosophy is expansion, and the levels to which they can fall to is very well known, the world knows how they have captured Tibet and Taiwan and now they have taken a step towards Bhutan, a country so peaceful and gentle that no one in their right minds can think of invading. But China has done that and why/ only because their entry into Bhutan will bring them right at our doorsteps! So let us not make the mistake of calling China's threats as empty!


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  • Re: The Chinese problem

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    Kalyani Nandurkar
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    I came across a post made by Ajit Doval today and felt like sharing it with you all. It speaks of how Indian Army is engaging in a constant standoff against the Chinese and it really feels my heart with pride and sadness at the same time. Sad for how the soldiers are standing there for hours together, hundreds of miles away from their homes, to protect us in hale and storm.

     

    Despite Breathing Fire, The Dragon Knows It Cannot Beat India Back.Indias point on Doklam.

    Hundreds of Indian army soldiers, their arms locked and the automatic rifles on their shoulders pointed towards the ground, have been standing in Doklam and some areas further south for two to three hours at a stretch to form a human chain. The Indian human chain confronts a similar one by Chinese soldiers, and is separated by about 10-12ft of sandy soil on which little can grow. The human chain – soldiers have rotating duties – has been in place for more than three weeks now.

    The standoff is necessary – a withdrawal will result in Chinese troops advancing and occupying not only the entire Doklam plateau, which is Bhutan’s territory, but also extending the tri-junction of India-Tibet-Bhutan about 10 kilometres south of the present position. And that would make the Siliguri corridor, which connects North East India with the rest of the country, vulnerable.


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    Thank you said by: usha manohar

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