Top Chinese officers to train in India

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  1. Galaxy

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    Top Chinese officers to train in India


    Fri Dec 09 2011, New Delhi:

    Taking defence ties between the nations up a notch, a go ahead has been given by the government for the inclusion of senior Chinese armed forces officers for training courses in India and the formal mechanism is expected to be finalised during defence talks that will take place in New Delhi on Friday.

    While exchanges at lower levels have been taking place, it has been decided to invite senior officers of Colonel and above rank to attend the Higher Defence Orientation Course (HDOC) that is conducted by the Army War College in Mhow. The six-week course is conducted for foreign officers as well as senior officers of the Indian Army.

    The two sides are expected to work out the dates for a joint army exercise to take forward bilateral ties that got stuck after a row over China’s objection to a Lt Gen from Jammu and Kashmir heading an Indian Army delegation to Beijing. The next round of exercises will be carried out next year in China.

    While two rounds of exercises have taken place, the process got stalled last year. The two sides are expected to discuss various issues, including schedule for defence exchanges and visits next year, during the fourth Annual Defence Dialogue on Friday.

    The dialogue will be chaired by India’s Defence Secretary Shashikant Sharma and the Deputy Chief of General Staff of the Chinese PLA, Lt Gen Ma Xiaotian. The dialogue is taking place after a series of exchanges of military delegations on both sides in recent months.

    Top Chinese officers to train in India - Indian Express
     
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  3. sesha_maruthi27

    sesha_maruthi27 Senior Member Senior Member

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    B****S*****, we should protest against this move as the Chinese do not have the moral right to get trained inside INDIA.
     
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    satish007 Senior Member Senior Member

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    Why not, PLA learn some yoga and you guys learn some kongfu. good for them. they can learn some crappy Indian accent English and you guys can get some crappy Chinese goods.
     
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  5. utubekhiladi

    utubekhiladi The Preacher Elite Member

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    thanks, but we respectfully decline your offer.
     
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    utubekhiladi The Preacher Elite Member

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    if this is true then pakistan is not going to like it :rofl:
     
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    too late......

     
  8. Galaxy

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    Why the hell we should learn Kungfu from them when it was originated in India ?? :frusty:

    Kalaripayattu is the oldest Indian martial art which is more than 2000 years, and that is he precursor to Kung Fu. Bodhidharma a Buddhist monk from India travelled to China in the 6th Century. He even visited the emperor, and he told everyone that their Buddhist observances were not so good. He went to the Shaolin (Young Forest) Chan Buddhist temple to teach there. Kung Fu and all ancient Yoga techniques were taught By an Indian Buddhist Monk called Bodhidharma to the chinese Monks who were very weak in that.
    Chinese are known for Copy the original and later claim as their own invention !! :pound:

    Tomorrow, You will say we should learn more about Buddhism from them as Buddhist population are more there compare to India ?? :rofl:
     
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    Peace initiatives between India and China must be welcome. Fighting and bickering will only weaken us. India is not USA, we cannot afford to waste billions on purchasing defense equipments to deter China. West is the only beneficiary of this Indo-China problem. There is no harm in healthy competition, but we must not go to the point of no return.
     
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    well, I forget that, ya, you guys are our teachers, then you guys can try some kongfu tea, very fresh they are.
     
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    Why not try Lassi and Assam Tea ?? :laugh:
    Are you Chinese or Indian living in Chinese ?? :confused:
     
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    “India conquered and dominated China culturally for 20 centuries without ever having to send a single soldier across her border.

    Hu Shih - former ROC ambassador to the United States
     
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    hahahaha.

    shaolin is just one school of chinese martial arts, and it is certainly not the first one. nor the most practical.

    except that buddha came from nepal. this "ROC" guy is wrong, no surprise.
     
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    That's good news for both India and China. Let's exchange students rather than exchange fire.
     
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    We have Kalaripayattu martial art which is more than 2,000 years old and started in South India.

    Later, Bodhidharma who knew all these art went to China in 6th century to spread religious and traditional knowledge. There he found, All Chinese Kings didn't had any such knowledge. So, he taught various arts including Kalaripayattu. Obviously, There could be 100 different arts with different names but almost all have similarities and originated in India.


    The Story of Bodhidharma | USA Shaolin Temple. Official Website
     
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    you can kick start by dumping pakistan,,,
     
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    sure, we will do it tomorrow.
     
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    then we can build our friendship tomorrow - together.
     
  19. Galaxy

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    Hahahahah......

    2500 years back, Nepal was part of India. He was only born in Nepal but all his education and enlightment started in India. Search Boddh Gaya to know more. Also, When he was in Today's Nepal, he was a Hindu. He become Buddhist in today India.

    BTW, He didn't spread Buddhism in China, It was done by various kings and monks from Indian King Ashoka to Bodhidharma. 8)

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bodhidharma

    ROC guy is genius and not like CPC. :nono:

    Earlier, PRC was part of ROC. :scared1:
     
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    Question for you: where was Buddha born? And where did he get enlightenment? Primarily, where did he teach?

    You can Google it and get back to me. Use Wikipedia - no rush.
     
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    Nice.

    +10 words.
     

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