Spurt in Chinese 'intrusions': India

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  1. pyromaniac

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    Prior to the 13th round of India-China boundary talks, Indian defence and security agencies reported an increased spurt in
    "intrusions" and "incursions" by the Chinese, particularly in the western sector.

    Security agencies say on June 1, a combined Indian Army-ITBP patrol was intercepted by the PLA in Depsang Bulge and forced to turn back after the PLA planted vehicles in front and behind the Indian patrol vehicle and escorted it back across the Chinese "perception of the LAC". Later in the month, Chinese air force helicopters again flew across the LAC in the Chushul area in J&K.

    The border issue is not a cakewalk, as was clear from the talks that ended on Saturday. So, if India says Arunachal Pradesh is an integral part of the country, China is not likely to give up its claim on what it calls "southern Tibet".

    On August 7, China's official newspaper `Global Times', quoting `Ming Pao', a Hongkong newspaper, said, "The present time is not favorable for China to resolve the boundary issue in such a hurried way because the country is still rising globally and if the dispute is not properly addressed, the result will only be blamed by generations to come."

    "Chinese military expert Long Tao commented that the disputed region of South Tibet is not the cause of the two countries' conflict in the history, but rather was left over from 1914. That was when the British colonialists arbitrarily made the `McMahon Line', which Long says is even more ridiculous than the unequal Treaty of Nanjing." While concluding, it said, "China won't sacrifice its sovereignty in exchange for friendship. Therefore, India should not have any illusions with regards to this issue."


    Spurt in Chinese 'intrusions': India - India - NEWS - The Times of India
     
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  3. roma

    roma NRI in Europe Senior Member

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    POlitical Will to use N wepon

    With China using a step by step approach to encroach upon I territory before makeing a quick push , my question is at what point will N weapons actuially be used on them and will the politivcal leadership be willng to communicate that to beijing ? otherwise all the stockpiling in the wont be of use if the guts to use them is not apparent.

    Claim on Arunachal is a pawn for domination in I -ocean
    China's push for arunachal is a step closer to forging a land path toward the bay of bengal from which they hope to dominate in the indian ocean.
     
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    It is a little perplexing time for China. It is getting richer, and more liberal, and more educated in the process of it's modernisation. Therefore, it is finding hard and sometimes embarrasing about some of it's arrogant mistakes of the past. It virtually overran an entire civilisation of Tibetan people, who hold the middle ground between India and China, and their culture can be considered an amalgam of both. Unless China learns to respect them and embrace their philosophy as it's own, it will always be at odds, as a sort of clash of civilisations which will keep it alienated from Tibetans, whom it considers as it's own, and therefore claims to inherit the right to rule them with whatever method it chooses. The truth is not entirely what chinese openly publicise, and it is not India's headache to tell china how to handle the situation. But, we know what we need to do, for all honesty and fairness we can not suppress Tibetan people in our country whose culture spills into ours.

    China blames India for what anybody may be doing to her.Tomorrow she may blame India for economic depression triggered by USA sub-prime crisis. I believe China is out to pick up rows wit her neighbors for its own mischiefs.

    chinese first to behave and withdraw all claims on Arunachal Pradesh and stop interfering in the internal affairs of India, like to objecting to visits of PM to Arunachal Pradesh etc. They should also tell the Chinese to stop all assistance to militants in the NE. The soft peddling of the issue or acting under fear will not help anymore. The chinese , as always , are out to dominate and we have to immediately start making plans to counter any possible Chinese invasion. We should not be caught unawares like 1962.
    I hope the Indian government has a BACKBONE, and let's the meeting go on as planned. We ARE a democracy, aren't we?The Chinese forcee their domination on all other neighbours and cultures. India should start to militarize the entire north east area. We should not be caught offguard.
     
  5. masterofsea

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    hypocritical Yankees.All you did here is agitating hatred between Iddians and Chinese from which you can reap the benefit.Keep your showing.
     
  6. IBRIS

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    hypocritical Chinese. They fund the Maoist insurgency in India... They fund the extremists in the North East... They put obstacles in our goal of getting nuclear energy for civilian use... They want the borders in Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh to be re-drawn for their benefit... And after all that they want us to stop the Tibetans from meeting together...uphold our commitments...Stand up, India...if not for the Tibetans, then for yourself, because someday they will ask for a pound ofyour flesh as well...

    If the Indian Government remembers, the British, even while throwing our people in prison during the freedom struggle allowed the Indian Nationalists and their supporters in Britain a level of freedom which would be unthinkable in India nowadays. Most of the revolutionary movements had their headquarters in London while plotting against imperialism. We owe it to history to at least let the Tibetans raise their voice against at least China's hegemony, if not imperialism. Frankly speaking, the so-called civilized world cares two hoots for the Tibetans, or the Burmese, or the poor black Sudanese. It is only when ones own right to loot resources comes up that the world realizes that it has a conscience. If Kuwait had had no oil, would Saddam have been such a villain? Let the Tibetans at least have the opportunity to bleat while being slaughtered.
     
  7. masterofsea

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    Hi, Ibris.
    It sems that you are enthusiastic of free other.so why not Free Hawaii for the Polynesian, Free Alaska for the Eskimo, Free Dakota for the red Indian Sioux, free Outter Manchurian from the Russian, Free Quebec from Canada, and more... to be freed...
     
  8. IBRIS

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    hhmmm Masterofsea...now you have became the advocate of freedom. Glad to hear this from someone from china shares the same understanding as the free world...... Yeah right. Ur point would hold good if chinese behaved as good neighbours. They did all they can in vienna to prevent the nuclear deal and then stored out, with respect to arunachal pradesh they keep making incendiary statements, they insulted our foreign minister when he went to meet them, they insulted our ambassador in beijing over a trivial issue. AFTER ALL OF THIS U ARE SAYING WE MUST CARE ABOUT CHINA BECAUSE???????
     

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