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The Dragon in the Valley


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Ranjan Sen
Asking....after seeing the picture here
by Ranjan Sen (View MyPage) on Jul 22, 2017 08:12 PM  | Hide replies

Modi ji has a BJP logo on his lapel, that's perfectly ok. Does Xi Jinping have one too on his lapel ? Have a good look at the picture.... If so, was Xi Jingping made a BJP member ? If yes, we need his membership number to make it known to the China's Communist party :-)

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piri
Re: Asking....after seeing the picture here
by piri (View MyPage) on Jul 22, 2017 08:31 PM
The Chinese eat a lot of cows. Xi apparently has no idea that the ruling party in a country could make the cow the centre piece of its politics !

Xi would be even more surprised to know that that ruling party is not only making the cow the centre piece of its politics, but also successfully using the cow to divert the attention of most commoners from the gigantic theft of public resources by Adani and co, the partys main election campaign financiers !

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Samir Kamal
Re: Re: Asking....after seeing the picture here
by Samir Kamal (View MyPage) on Jul 25, 2017 12:00 PM
Liked. Thumbs Up

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sagi raju
CHINA CREATED BORDER ISSUE
by sagi raju (View MyPage) on Jul 18, 2017 01:38 PM

India should be firm and should not back out under any circumstances. It should get ready for the worst. It is like do or die case for India.

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Matti P
There are enemies is within the country
by Matti P (View MyPage) on Jul 18, 2017 03:30 AM

I think we have powerful people who are the silent enemies of India and have been planning the downfall of India. It is solely the resolve of us Indians who have who have kept this country together.

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susarla suryaprakasam
The Dragon in the Valley
by susarla suryaprakasam (View MyPage) on Jul 18, 2017 02:03 AM

Next, the Dragon in Delhi invited from back-door by our beloved leader, Sri Rahul Gandhi ji. We have plenty of Jai Singhs to sabotage our own people, like in defence purchases - the Bofors, Submarines, Helicopters etc..

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Subodha Barik
No relation with us.
by Subodha Barik (View MyPage) on Jul 17, 2017 08:10 PM

mind it. u like dragon!

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Bharat Kumar
China will fall silent
by Bharat Kumar (View MyPage) on Jul 17, 2017 04:04 PM

the trade imbalance in China's favor won't let them go beyond a point. Like in Pakistan there must be a tug of war between those who hungrily eye Indian consumer market, and those who supply arms to Pakistan and other rogue states.

The noise on the Kashmir is a ploy, a negotiating tactic. But it would do well, to draw a line and settle the border with China - easier said now since we also have our own cultural revolution of Cowism which is as esoteric as Communism, but perhaps as beneficial if only for optics and learning what not to do!


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KRISHNAN DAMODARAN
Real Enemy Within
by KRISHNAN DAMODARAN (View MyPage) on Jul 17, 2017 03:51 PM

Last week I met a very young officer of Indian Navy during my return journey from Baroda. Because I respect the men in Uniform and love them most, I started talking to him. My brother was an Army officer who died in action in 1994 . The Officers father is still a serving personnel also many of his uncle at very senior levels in Navy , air force and Army. During the talk I expressed my concern of China stretching his wings and Pakistan. When the young officer told , they don't fear the threat of PAK or China but the real enemy is within , I shocked. What sort of country is ours?. Are we all not Indian Nationals . Is this not our mother land ?

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hayavadana rao
J&K
by hayavadana rao (View MyPage) on Jul 17, 2017 02:53 PM  | Hide replies

While Govt. of India is not interested with mediation of USA in the affairs of Kashmir, why China thinks of mediation in the affairs of Kashmir?

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RAJA HINDUSTANI
Re: J&K
by RAJA HINDUSTANI (View MyPage) on Jul 17, 2017 03:46 PM
SINCE THE CHAIWALA HAS TOOK OVER, NOTHING IS WORKING, ONLY SHOWS HIS INEFFICIENCY, JUST GIVING EMPTY SPEECHES WILL NOT WORK, MANAGED TO FOOL THE PUBLIC IN 2014, WILL WORK NO MORE

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Samir Kamal
Re: Re: J&K
by Samir Kamal (View MyPage) on Jul 25, 2017 12:08 PM
I agree with you Raja but still it will work for them in 2019 because they will never run election on core issue instead they will bring cow, temple, triple talaq, uniform code, conversion, azan, ghar wapsi and many more like this associated with minority community. Their ultimate policy is to make the fear in mind of 80% majority from 20% minority to get the vote. "Divide and Rule" is their last resort.

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piri
One of the less debated
by piri (View MyPage) on Jul 17, 2017 02:51 PM  | Hide replies

aspects of the huge Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) of China - involving nearly 60 countries in South, South East, Central and West Asia besides in Eastern Europe - is the push for bringing huge swathes of virgin and fertile or semi fertile lands under the plough.

Across the Central Asian republics and in some parts of Indo China, there are large areas that always lay fallow due to low population densities. A major thrust of the BRI is in making huge investments in cultivating these large tracts of land.

China already enjoys the largest yields per hectare for rice cultivation in the world (about 6.5 tonnes; the yield in India is about 2.6 tonnes). With such yields in agriculture, China is already self sufficient in food production. The average Chinese gets about 80 % more food than the average Indian (which means that undernourishment is negligible in China). The move to change the face of agriculture in the BRI economies and gigantic investments in roads, railways, electricity and other infrastructural projects means that China as well as the numerous BRI countries stand to gain hugely from the initiative.

In time, this large block of countries could even become a free trade compact zone and emerge as the foremost trading superpower in the world.

Truly, the BRI is the biggest infrastructure project ever undertaken in human history.

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piri
Re: One of the less debated
by piri (View MyPage) on Jul 17, 2017 02:52 PM
China already has one of the biggest outlays in the world for S and T and R and D. One of the biggest benefits China derives from its huge 2 Trillion USD annual trade surplus (which is equal to the entire size of the Indian economy) is a very rapid and comprehensive progress in its advancements in S and T. China is now breathing down the neck of the developed west in terms of state of the art technologies in many sectors. 

And 60 countries have displayed their glee with the BRI by agreeing to allow massive Chinese investments in infra and agriculture on their soils !

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piri
Re: One of the less debated
by piri (View MyPage) on Jul 17, 2017 03:02 PM
China already has one of the biggest outlays in the world for Science and Tech and Research and Dev. One of the biggest benefits China derives from its huge 2 Trillion USD annual trade surplus (which is equal to the entire size of the Indian economy) is a very rapid and comprehensive progress in its advancements in S and T. China is now breathing down the neck of the developed west in terms of state of the art technologies in many sectors. 

And 60 countries have displayed their glee with the BRI by agreeing to allow massive Chinese investments in infra and agriculture on their soils !

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