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China has turned down India’s request to allow its third consulate in the Tibetan capital Lhasa, and instead agreed for Chengdu, capital of the well industrialized province, Sichua...
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wds1  

Location: NY
Subject: Unfortunate move by India
Apr 03 2015 08:39 PM

This is very unfortunate. India should have insisted on a Lhasa consulate before they allowed China to open another consulate in India. By conceding to China, India has placed itself in a weaker position. India has no reason to kowtow to China. I wish the Indian Govt would be more assertive & stand up for its national interests when dealing with China.
garuda  

Location: perched
Subject: yes
Apr 02 2015 03:56 AM

Ari is taking a good stance. The god does not hide his doings; the demon seeks to be invisible. If China would be a god, rather than a demon, they must make their doings in Tibet visible to the world.
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