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Is China prepared for TOTAL WAR concept? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2009-12-17 15:38:16 |Display all floors

Reply #60 greendragon's post

LOL, no sane person wants war.

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Post time 2009-12-21 13:46:27 |Display all floors

Reply #61 exportedkiwi's post

no hot war doesn't mean we don't prepare!

lack of preparedness is the fastest way to gain ourselves a hot war!

ha ha ha


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Post time 2009-12-27 07:07:12 |Display all floors
Indians can think for themselves, hence why they don't bow down to China. As for "England" (You mean Britain) holding India back, it was only when Brits took control over India that one unifying language (English) was introduced and the country began to become industrialised. We built the infrastructure for that.
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Post time 2009-12-28 12:46:51 |Display all floors

Reply #63 magnetic1974's post

well, There is Pakistan in the way, and HINDU KUSH occupation is a simple proof that India must depend on the sea routes to Persia, Mesopotamia, Arab Emirates for the additional crude oil or natural gas that it can afford to import! That's the probable reason why India expended BILLION of US$ earned from exporting iron ore to China for weapons!


that's about it, in a simple rational way to explain the situation!

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Post time 2009-12-30 15:04:59 |Display all floors

Chindia's Dating Services. Opening Soon.

What  all these war mongerings about ?

Tata Communications will jointly build a fibreoptic cable with China Telecom to provide a new high-speed connectivity path between both the countries, according to the Press Trust of India (PTI).

The India/China Terrestrial Cable will go a long way in meeting the business needs of two of the world’s fastest emerging economies. The new route, coupled with Tata Communications’ other subsea cable investments, will also provide a new high-speed connectivity path between Europe and Asia by transiting India and China.

The new 500-km long India/China terrestrial line is a 12-month long project and is expected to go live soon. The India-China route will be a key route providing much needed diversity from the subsea cable systems and avoid straits of Malacca and earthquake prone zones around Taiwan.

The Tata Global Network includes one of the most advanced and largest submarine cable networks, with connectivity to more than 200 countries across 400 PoPs, and nearly 1 million square feet of data centre and collocation space worldwide. Recently Tata Communications signed an agreement with the Qatar-based Qtel for a new undersea cable network that will connect a number of regional operators in the Gulf region with the country.
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Post time 2010-1-5 12:31:20 |Display all floors

Reply #66 mypanida's post

The Indian economy is less sophisticated than China's!


so, it would take some time......probably post 2018 when real dating can take place!


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