China's committing atrocities against Tibetans: Advani

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  1. Tshering22

    Tshering22 Sikkimese Saber Senior Member

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    In unusually strong remarks, senior BJP leader L K Advani today said China's "expansionist" statements such as those on Arunachal Pradesh are creating obstacles in restoring normalcy between the two neighbours.

    "I wish China realised that its expansionist statements such as those in relation to Arunachal and its tacit support to Pakistan's hostile attitude towards India are stumbling blocks in the way of restoring normalcy between our two countries," he said in his latest blog posting.

    He claimed that the relationship between India and China will be one of the key determinants of the course of world history in the 21st century.

    Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao will visit India next month for talks with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and other leaders during which the two sides are expected to take up bilateral irritants and ways to sort them out.

    "There is no alternative to peaceful coexistence between India and China," Advani stressed.

    According to the BJP veteran, despite India's acute sense of betrayal by China in 1962, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, first as External Affairs Minister in the Morarji Desai Government and later as Prime Minister, "consciously exerted" towards achieving this end.

    Referring to Tibet and its exiled leader Dalai Lama, Advani said even though a lot of atrocities have been committed and much of the cultural and spiritual heritage of Tibet damaged - "most of all during China's shockingly

    mis-named Cultural Revolution (1967-77)" - Tibet continues to be the holy land of the Tibetan people.

    "...I do hope and pray that a day will come soon when His Holiness the Dalai Lama and other Tibetan people living in forced exile are able to go back to their Home Land and Holy Land in an honourable and dignified way, and thereafter be able to build the future destiny of Tibet," he said in the blog.

    The Dalai Lama and thousands of Tibetans live in exile in India after being forced out of the country in the 1960s.
    China calls Dalai Lama a "separatist" and talks between the two sides have failed.


    http://in.news.yahoo.com/48/20101108/814/tnl-advani-targets-china-says-atrocities_1.html

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    Looks like someone in India's got raw spine to irk Chinese after their meddling in J&K eh? :emot112:
     
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    ganesh177 Regular Member

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    Well thats impressive. Suddenly our leaders have begun to show some spine.
    MMS said that we are not afraid of "K" word and will not talk with pak unless terror is stopped.
    That is gold for my ears.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    I love this style of saying 'K word', 'P word' etc.

    By stating K or P, are we hiding what we are saying?

    If not, say it in its complete form!!
     
  5. Sam2012

    Sam2012 Tihar Jail Banned

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    They are doing this for 50+ years what is new in that , If Mr. Advani is so pissed of with that let him go & liberate Tibet from China
    just like the mess which he has created in India after demolition of Babri masjid in India & after that cowardly agreeing in pakistan that was wrong deed

    If u have guts to do some thing good or bad , one should have same guts to defend that . If not he or she has to shut that hell up our politicians are paper heros just like this white haired baboon :thumb:
     
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    t_co Senior Member Senior Member

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    Yep... looks like it's election season in India again
     
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    Sam2012 Tihar Jail Banned

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    Yes but your chinese govt are no saints , if they have any internal problems they raise border issue , maritime issue etc

    All these politicians are two face of same coin :thumb:
     
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    badguy2000 Respected Member Senior Member

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    guy, common tibetan earn much more and have a much higher life quality than their neighbours in Arunachal Pradesh so called.

    face the fact, people in Arunachal Pradesh so called do'nt live a better life than people in black Africa.
     
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    Out of generosity, and humanitarian concerns, India shall grant citizenship for Tibetans in exile and establish a Tibetan state with Dharamsala as capital (or Darjeeling?) inside India. Or shall Tibetan Indians share a homeland together with Sikkim and Ladakh who have the same cultural heritage with Tibetans? In India they are able to get as close as possible to their spiritual leaders, be it Dalai Lama or Karmapa or whatever, or be it Gelugpa or Sagyapa or Kagypa, and worship ten thousand idols as much as they like.

    As Chinese including Tibetans who stay progressively on the other side of the border, we can just leave them alone as they've anyway disowned China, and dump the spiritual opium (dharma or karma, whatever) back while keeping Karma Sutra only.

    Then, Advani may receive extra votes.

    That would be a win-win, or win-win-win.
     
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    NEWSWEEK
    Whether they like it or not, China has been very good for Tibetans.

    Feb 16, 2010 7:00 PM EST
     
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    Sam2012 Tihar Jail Banned

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    Again it is political game , China supports Moaist Naxals in India provides weapon & training

    China haslarger presence in POK , so india counters it wil supporting tibetans simple none of the party should feel guity 1=1 :thumb:
     
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    Sam2012 Tihar Jail Banned

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    For about Advani getting Vote , he will not be PM candidate in 2014 it will be NARENDRA MODI and he is man of his own words not like advani

    So chinese need not worry about advani statement , but prepare to engage Narendra modi in future in right way wish u all the best:thumb::p
     
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    Of course. I agree with a lot of you here when you say that how loudly China raises its border/maritime claims is partially driven by internal factors.
     
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    Hopefully Modi will be able to deliver the votes of the BJP hardliners in Parliament, so as to keep his word on any compromises he hashes out with China.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Mr Stone Fish is Stoned!
     
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    "Maghi Festival" held in Nepal to mark start of New Year
    "Maghi Festival" held in Nepal to mark start of New Year - Lifestyle News - SINA English
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    Maghi Sankranti is celebrated by Nepalese on the first day of 10th month in Hindu Lunar Calendar

    Tibetans busy with New Year purchase
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    damn , only buying goods, not celebrate dancing girl? are they losing they culture?
    what's the hell India , Nepel celebrate Tibetan New Year.

    BTW, looks Nepalese girls have better looking than Tibetan girls.
    and Nepalese girls never marry none Nepalese men and never have sex before marry?
     
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    all celebrating Mala regions belongs to Tibet and should controlled by China.
     
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    Never do that, your business will be cut off by their national weapon.
    their father and brothers all are brave Gurkha solders , even braver than my avator.
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    You're probably right :lol:
     
  21. amoy

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    Don't! India will pass a law of castration for harassments. Browse for details pls
     

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