Increase in GDP doesn't give humans ability to live on 50% less oxygen, but it does give them the ability to build habitats for their troops that don't have suffer 50% less oxygen all the time.
Just because China abandoned it one time doesn't mean it will abandon it again, at that time it was a dirt poor country, even poorer than India and barely had any infrastructure to hold on to it and neither had the will, now they have both. They were happy to keep Aksai Chin at the time and thanks to your messaiah Modi giving them a leeway, they now have another 600 sq km of it.
Yea einstein in fact i have, India returned almost 15000 sq km of West Pakistan after 1971, now please tell everyone how India didn't have the ability to hold on to that territory
Gobarbhakt, just because someone counters your cow urine fueled delusions doesn't make him a false flagger or muslim, your republic tv fueled delusions of grandeur are making a joke out of Indians and it's my job to let everyone know that not all of us are that retarded . You practically spend your entire life here opening thread after thread with your rants about shupapawa 2020 and anyone who counters that is a false flagger and any western news against India is "phoren conspiracy". This isn't yourt republic tv where you can get away with posting cowshit fake news and get away with it.
This is the truth about your shupadupa shining India which you never post, and same article also explains why you are here all the time
, You can keep posting your nonsense shupapawa articles but i know for a fact you will sell your own mother and even butcher an entire gaushala to get a US or Gulf visa to get out of the country asap if given a chance.
Ravi Verma, hired by an electrical parts manufacturing firm early last year as India's economy surged, was fired in November when the company lost several export orders. He has since remained unemployed, unable to pay back a 100,000 rupee ($1,224) loan he took to buy a two-wheeler scooter.
That the unemployment rate in India surged to 8.3% in December 2022, the highest in 16 months, should be a cause for concern among the economic policy-makers. According to data published by the Mumbai-based Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE), the unemployment rate had fallen to 6.4% in Sept