India China Border Developments

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    Yup, don't underestimate KGB, they are good. France is another story. Do u know China's west tec mostly come from France? That's all I can say. Of couse it's not official inf.

    We do not like u guys, can buy anything from EU and America. When NASA can't lunch any spaceships, they still do the technical blockade thing to us.
     
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    My personal idea, it's all America's fault. They did most nuclear blackmail thing to others. That's why anyone wanna get nukes.
     
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    We don't like buying from the west. They're our enemies afterall. We don't even trust those western equipments because of risk of kill switches. The reason we buy is because of lack of money for research. But now we can afford it. China on the other hand got help from Russia because both were initially communist state with a common enemy - USA. This is what I believe.

    You should know that we only kicked out the British and the Zionists. but we didn't kick out their allies - Parcies (TATA Company), anglican church, Birla company, etc. West usually sells equipment to these former allies, so that they can exert more influence in Bharat. The west wouldn't sell to any real/patriotic company of Bharat. For ex, they're against Sahara group, Adani group, etc.
     
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    Pakistan launched their first nuke in 1998 a few month after Bharat tested its nuke first in 1998 after nationalist government came into power. The west stood watch when Pakistan got their nuke from China because it became clear that if Pakistan doesn't stand a chance in the next war with Bharat without nuclear weapons. And Bharat was rising and once we e average powerful enough to withstand western pressure, that would mean the west won't be able to stop Bharat from overpowring Pakistan or getting terrorities back or destroying Pakistan. And the west doesn't want Bharat to rise. So they did what they did. Let China give nuclear tech to Pakistan. China did it for stretegic advantages.
     
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    It is not America really, it is the zionists. They rule America. They're the ones behind all the problems on the planet.
    Nations formerly colonized by the zionists- Europe (British Empire was backed by zionists), Germany (Hitlers party was funded directly by the zionists), Bharat (East India Company), China (Mao was funded by zionists), Russia (the communist revolution and the first soviet leaders; you had to marry a jewish girl to rise up the ladder in soviet politics in the inital era), USA (the Federal Bank which prints money out of nothing and media control) - in that order.
     
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    India's first nuke is 1974, maybe it's just a nuclear device but it's still nuke.

    India is a threat to China, because u start or involved in many wars, buying weapons all over the world and won't let the 1962 go. China wanna peace and better life. We thought India has similarities, hope u guys can foucs on build ur countries and make peace to PAK.
     
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    That's another theory I've heard. I do not agree that. If zionists is that powerful, why Israel still surrounded?
     
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    For the same reason the zionists hide from the public. Their method is based on secretiveness, subtility and infiltration. Israel is in the process of creating greater israel. But the zionists are small in numbers. So the have to infiltrate nations and manipulate them to do their bidding.

    That Israel is still surrounded is them simply feigning weakness and victim for fooling the world public. Because Israel cannot infiltrate nations if nations and their people are aware of their tactics. The world will get disgested and the zionist plan will fail.

    Although they once controlled the above mentioned nations once on after another, today their control is limited to America and EU.

    And they can't outright go and crete greater israel without taking out Iran. And that is what you are watching today with ISIS.

    You have to understand the zionists gained their strength after they etablished the East India Company. Ever since they stole the wealth of Bharat, they've been in the process of creating greater Israel. Now they've reached till gaza stripe. Soon they will do the rest with ISIS.
     
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    We didn't started any wars. We retaliated only when we are attacked by other countries. I agree 1962 war was because of the stupidity of Nehru. And Pakistan is not a peace loving country. If Pakistan keeps on sending militants into India how can we make peace with them???
     
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    Transforming Border Roads Organisation: MoD pushes to fast-track projects but challenges remain along Indo-China border







    NEW DELHI: The government has begun a major restructuring of the Border Roads Organisation as it rushes to accelerate the long overdue construction of strategic roads along India's frontiers, but seniorArmy officials and defence experts say the projects face several key challenges and the overhaul in itself is an uphill task. TheDefence Ministry has undertaken several measures to fast-track the laying of border roads since former Goa chief minister Manohar Parrikar took charge of the department in November.

    "Regulations for border infrastructure have handicapped the construction of roads leading to the country's borders," Parrikar admitted at the Confederation of Indian Industries' Investment Summit recently.

    The BRO is especially worried about the slow pace of work on road projects along the Indo-China border. In Ladakh alone, of the 14 roads that were sanctioned to be built along the China border, only two have been completed.


    India has hostile relations with most of its northern neighbours, and while diplomatic efforts are on to ease tensions, the border roads are a strategic defence requirement to ensure faster and easier movement for ground troops and improve defence and surveillance layouts to prevent transgressions. Besides, these roads would also be a major connectivity boost for civil populations inhibiting the remote border areas.
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    While several critical projects have run into bottlenecks created by BRO's structure of "two masters" -the Defence Ministry has technical control and command of projects, and the Ministry of Roads Transport and Highway controls funds and handles administration - the organization faces a host of other roadblocks that the government is hurrying to remove.

    For one, the government last year got rid of some hurdles related to obtaining environmental clearances to lay the roads, including doing away with 'public hearings', an integral part of the clearances procedure, to ensure faster sanctions.



    The Defence Ministry is also in the process of taking complete charge of the BRO, expected by the budget session next year, and handing over of roads not in border areas to the National Highway Authority of India and the state Public Works Departments so its resources can be free to focus on strategic roads along the border.

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    But with limited technology available with the BRO, creation of infrastructure along difficult terrain is proving to be exhausting, according to several sources. Plus, in inhospitable regions, monitoring of projects is often difficult without proper upgradation of IT platform systems.

    "Dedicated air effort needs to be made available for undertaking road work on the Eastern and Northern front for multi-point execution, repair cover and maintenance of BRO detachments," a senior Army official dealing with the construction of roads in Jammu and Kashmir told ET.

    Parrikar recently urged private construction companies to play a pivotal role in developing infrastructures along the border. Addressing a national workshop on including private companies in the construction of roads, bridges and tunnels in border areas, he stressed on the need to enhance the speed of construction to meet the Army's strategic requirements.

    "This move is welcome," said Pushpita Das, border management expert at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses. "There has to be a fine balance between the ecology and strategic planning, there needs to be an introduction to technology that causes minimum loss with maximum output."
     
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    China says progress being made on India border talks
    BEIJING Sun Mar 8, 2015 12:26am EST

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    Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi gestures as he speaks at a news conference at the annual session of the National People's Congress (NPC), the country's parliament, in Beijing, March 8, 2015.

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    (Reuters) - Progress is being made on drawn-out border talks with India, China's foreign minister said on Sunday, likening the process to climbing a mountain that becomes harder the closer to the summit you get.

    The neighboring giants have had numerous rounds of talks over the years without making much apparent process, in a dispute which dates back to a brief border war in 1962.

    Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi described the problem as one "left over from history".

    "After many years of hard efforts, the border talks continue to make progress, and the dispute has been brought under control," Wang told reporters on the sidelines of China's annual meeting of parliament.

    "At the moment, the boundary negotiation is in the process of building up small and positive developments," he said. "It's like climbing a mountain: the going is tough, and that is only because we are on the way up."

    China lodged an official protest last month when Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited one of the border regions in dispute.

    China claims the northeast Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh, calling it south Tibet. Its historic town Tawang, a key site for Tibetan Buddhism, was briefly occupied by Chinese forces during the 1962 war.

    Chinese President Xi Jinping's largely successful trip to India last year was overshadowed by a stand-off between Chinese and Indian troops in Ladakh, another disputed area.

    Still, the nuclear-armed neighbors have been trying to move past the issue and concentrate on their broader relationship, which has deep historical roots. Modi is expected to visit China this year.

    Wang said he hoped the two countries were able to peacefully coexist so that the "dragon and elephant can dance together".

    China says progress being made on India border talks| Reuters

     
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    Can PM Modi manage a breakthrough on the Sino-Indian border issue when he travels to China in May?

    The latest round of talks on March 23-24 between special representatives of China and India on the nagging border dispute has generated an air of expectation. With both sides emphasising the goal of an "early resolution", there is a buzz about achieving a "breakthrough" by May, when prime minister Narendra Modi will travel to China.


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