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Red Dragon v/s Indian Elephant

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  • edited June 27
    china always conveys that we are not afraid of combined might of us+india....this has been case everytime when india coziesup with usa. either they intrude into india or violate airspace or move their submarines close to indian waters.
    china is a phattu...
  • edited June 27
    Just send His Highness Dalai Lama to Arunachal Pradesh for summer vacation and China would be at her knees again. His Highness Dalai Lama is India's strategic asset. He can shake the entire Chinese civilization by just smiling and greeting people with folded hands.
  • http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1053801.shtml

    These Chinese are getting on my nerves
    The day we decided that the worth of an individual was determined by their performance in an examination, that was the day Education failed us.

    Long live Revolution, Down with ForumIAS. Ban me Mods
  • http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1053801.shtml

    These Chinese are getting on my nerves

    the hindu of china :D
    An Ounce of Action Is Worth a Ton of Theory
  • Thik kr re hain...hopeless govt it is, koi kaam ki nai...na economy sambhal ri inse, na border security.. bs stand up sit down india kr re ..
  • http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1053801.shtml

    These Chinese are getting on my nerves

    China is such a snob!

    The article displays the insecurity of Chinese establishment. India is no more of the 1960s. Are they taking that period as a reference to bully our country? They are grossly mistaken then.

    And btw, India must tone down its Pakistan fixation. It must equally devote its energy in the Northern, Eastern and North Eastern Sectors. We can be at peace with our neighbours only when our fences are secured with them. Even in the past, a country like Bangladesh brought shame and humiliation to India. In one of the border skirmishes, Bangladesh Rifles intruded deep into Indian territory, killed the BSF soldiers, took some as hostages to be sent as dead bodies with mutilated bodies and male organs severed from the body. There was no appropriate response from India, but just of ahimsa. Bleh. -_-

    Chinese must be responded with an equal force. It's time we grow over our past history.
  • Wakaao said:

    http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1053801.shtml

    These Chinese are getting on my nerves

    China is such a snob!

    The article displays the insecurity of Chinese establishment. India is no more of the 1960s. Are they taking that period as a reference to bully our country? They are grossly mistaken then.

    And btw, India must tone down its Pakistan fixation. It must equally devote its energy in the Northern, Eastern and North Eastern Sectors. We can be at peace with our neighbours only when our fences are secured with them. Even in the past, a country like Bangladesh brought shame and humiliation to India. In one of the border skirmishes, Bangladesh Rifles intruded deep into Indian territory, killed the BSF soldiers, took some as hostages to be sent as dead bodies with mutilated bodies and male organs severed from the body. There was no appropriate response from India, but just of ahimsa. Bleh. -_-

    Chinese must be responded with an equal force. It's time we grow over our past history.
    @Monsieur_Meursault
    An Ounce of Action Is Worth a Ton of Theory
  • Wakaao said:

    http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1053801.shtml

    These Chinese are getting on my nerves

    China is such a snob!

    The article displays the insecurity of Chinese establishment. India is no more of the 1960s. Are they taking that period as a reference to bully our country? They are grossly mistaken then.

    And btw, India must tone down its Pakistan fixation. It must equally devote its energy in the Northern, Eastern and North Eastern Sectors. We can be at peace with our neighbours only when our fences are secured with them. Even in the past, a country like Bangladesh brought shame and humiliation to India. In one of the border skirmishes, Bangladesh Rifles intruded deep into Indian territory, killed the BSF soldiers, took some as hostages to be sent as dead bodies with mutilated bodies and male organs severed from the body. There was no appropriate response from India, but just of ahimsa. Bleh. -_-

    Chinese must be responded with an equal force. It's time we grow over our past history.
    Geographically speaking, Chinese occupy a better strategic position due to Tibetan Plateau (Roof of the world).
    But who cares...Let's Kill them all :D
    The day we decided that the worth of an individual was determined by their performance in an examination, that was the day Education failed us.

    Long live Revolution, Down with ForumIAS. Ban me Mods
  • China is doing what any strong country does i.e flexing their muscles.

    India is playing nicely, no need to bow down to china. China respects strong opponents. But we also need to be careful in balancing our equation viz a viz China and USA.

    China is more concerned about USA and its Naval bases in Indian Ocean and Pacific ocean, the move of china to build its Naval presence in Africa ( Djibouti ) is to neutralise USA diego Garcia but India also feels these chinese base can affect balance in Indian Ocean where traditionally Indian and US had naval supremacy.

    Recently, Kulbhusan Jadhav episode is also linked with Dalai Lama visiting Tawang.

    2 most strategic locations are - Tawang and Siachen. Presently both are under Indias control but if situation arises china will not think twice - Siachen will open gateway to Ladakh and Tawang will enable to cutoff NE from India.

    Blunder of Aksai Chin is well known. But more importantly the worst enemy of India is its defensive approach (atleast till now), its best example is not making good transport infrastructure near border area. This idea of not building building roads was given by some Amry General who thought if roads were good then China can easily reach Indian Heartlands.
    Fully neglecting the offensive strategy - importance of good infrastructure to provide quick support to units near border.

    China, along the border has built good roads and with there high speed railway networks and maybe future railway running across Karakoram China will have even more upper hand in case of crisis.

    This time is not appropriate to create animosity with China but to strengthen our economy, infrastructure and military for next 2 decades. Its just a matter of time when China will surpass USA in Military supremacy ( maybe next 30 years) and at that time only our own strength will keep us safe and not USA.
  • Wakaao said:

    http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1053801.shtml

    These Chinese are getting on my nerves

    China is such a snob!

    The article displays the insecurity of Chinese establishment. India is no more of the 1960s. Are they taking that period as a reference to bully our country? They are grossly mistaken then.

    And btw, India must tone down its Pakistan fixation. It must equally devote its energy in the Northern, Eastern and North Eastern Sectors. We can be at peace with our neighbours only when our fences are secured with them. Even in the past, a country like Bangladesh brought shame and humiliation to India. In one of the border skirmishes, Bangladesh Rifles intruded deep into Indian territory, killed the BSF soldiers, took some as hostages to be sent as dead bodies with mutilated bodies and male organs severed from the body. There was no appropriate response from India, but just of ahimsa. Bleh. -_-

    Chinese must be responded with an equal force. It's time we grow over our past history.
    @Monsieur_Meursault
    Yes? :mrgreen:
  • China is doing what any strong country does i.e flexing their muscles.

    India is playing nicely, no need to bow down to china. China respects strong opponents. But we also need to be careful in balancing our equation viz a viz China and USA.

    China is more concerned about USA and its Naval bases in Indian Ocean and Pacific ocean, the move of china to build its Naval presence in Africa ( Djibouti ) is to neutralise USA diego Garcia but India also feels these chinese base can affect balance in Indian Ocean where traditionally Indian and US had naval supremacy.

    Recently, Kulbhusan Jadhav episode is also linked with Dalai Lama visiting Tawang.

    2 most strategic locations are - Tawang and Siachen. Presently both are under Indias control but if situation arises china will not think twice - Siachen will open gateway to Ladakh and Tawang will enable to cutoff NE from India.

    Blunder of Aksai Chin is well known. But more importantly the worst enemy of India is its defensive approach (atleast till now), its best example is not making good transport infrastructure near border area. This idea of not building building roads was given by some Amry General who thought if roads were good then China can easily reach Indian Heartlands.
    Fully neglecting the offensive strategy - importance of good infrastructure to provide quick support to units near border.

    China, along the border has built good roads and with there high speed railway networks and maybe future railway running across Karakoram China will have even more upper hand in case of crisis.

    This time is not appropriate to create animosity with China but to strengthen our economy, infrastructure and military for next 2 decades.
    Its just a matter of time when China will surpass USA in Military supremacy ( maybe next 30 years) and at that time only our own strength will keep us safe and not USA.

    +1
    Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.
  • Wakaao said:

    http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1053801.shtml

    These Chinese are getting on my nerves

    China is such a snob!

    The article displays the insecurity of Chinese establishment. India is no more of the 1960s. Are they taking that period as a reference to bully our country? They are grossly mistaken then.

    And btw, India must tone down its Pakistan fixation. It must equally devote its energy in the Northern, Eastern and North Eastern Sectors. We can be at peace with our neighbours only when our fences are secured with them. Even in the past, a country like Bangladesh brought shame and humiliation to India. In one of the border skirmishes, Bangladesh Rifles intruded deep into Indian territory, killed the BSF soldiers, took some as hostages to be sent as dead bodies with mutilated bodies and male organs severed from the body. There was no appropriate response from India, but just of ahimsa. Bleh. -_-

    Chinese must be responded with an equal force. It's time we grow over our past history.
    <3 B)
  • The thing is that China is years ahead of us economically, and, therefore, militarily.

    Also, despite the Western noise about its political system being a tinderbox, the Chinese elite have managed the masses very well. It pays to take a Lee Kuan yew approach in a country saddled with poverty and generally wanting infrastructure.

    India, of course, has many extra sensitive but well heeled citizens who have imitated the social activism(Posco protest, for example) of the prosperous west without regard to the third world reality of India.

    Bad men need nothing more to compass their ends than that good men should look on and do nothing.
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