by admin | Tags: Armed Forces, Awareness, Border Dispute, China, Diplomacy, Foreign Affairs, History, india, Leadership, Politics, Region
A prosperous, militarily strong China cannot but be a threat to its neighbours, especially if there are no constraints on the exercise of Chinese power, notes Brahma Chellaney, professor of strategic studies at the Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi.
The latest round of the unending and fruitless India-China talks on territorial disputes was a fresh [...]
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by admin | Tags: Awareness, China, Foreign Policy, Government, india, Leadership, Region
Almost coinciding with the 13th round of Sino-Indian border talks (New Delhi , August 7-8, 2009), an article (in the Chinese language) has appeared in China captioned ‘If China takes a little action, the so-called Great Indian Federation can be broken up’ (Zhong Guo Zhan Lue Gang, www.iiss.cn, Chinese, August 8, 2009).
Interestingly, it has been [...]
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by admin | Tags: Armed Forces, Army, Awareness, China, india, Politics, Society, War
A leading defence expert has projected that China will attack India by 2012 to divert the attention of its own people from “unprecedented” internal dissent, growing unemployment and financial problems that are threatening the hold of Communists in that country.
“China will launch an attack on India before 2012. There are multiple reasons for a desperate [...]
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by shishir | Tags: Chandrayaan, China, india, Japan, moon
India’s first ever unmanned flight to the moon was launched successfully today at 6.22 am from the Satish Dhawan space research centre in Sriharikota. The launch was a successful one and Chandrayaan 1 is expected to be a four day journey.
The launch of Chandrayaan 1 will mark the arrival of India in the big league [...]
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by shishir | Tags: China, Corruption, india, Mahatma Gandhi, pakistan, RTI
Corruption seems to be an endemic part of India as the latest report of Transparency International rates India as the 85th most corrupt country in the world but did we really need an international report to tell us as to how corrupt we are?
New Zealand, Sweden and Denmark seem to be from a different planet [...]
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by coolvyakti | Tags: China, Dalai Lama, History, Law & Order, Nepal, Politics, Tibet
Tibetans and Indians of Tibetan origin have been protesting the occupation and repression of their land and culture in the past couple of weeks. Not that they did not protest for the past 50 years; just that no one really bothered to listen to them earlier, and with the summer Olympics approaching, obviously they are [...]
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by Rishabh Srivastava | Tags: Awareness, China, india, Law & Order, Tibet
No event since independence has more adversely affected India’s security than the fall of Tibet. Tibet’s annexation by China created a new geopolitical reality by bringing Han forces to India’s frontiers for the first time in history. Within 11 years of extending its full control over Tibet, China invaded India — a war whose wounds [...]
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by shishir | Tags: america, bollywood, China, Christian February, india, Love, Switzerland, UK, Valentine's day
The meeting of the Orient and the Occident will always produce a spark. Valentine’s Day is just not a day restricted to the West, Love is a global language and everyone who is in love ought to celebrate this day for love knows no barriers.
Valentine’s Day is celebrated with great fervour all across the World. [...]
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