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rott

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Hiding casualty is to save face for modi. U want China to tell the whole world, there is only one Chinese dead vs 20 Indian soldier Including colonel? Lol...
So it's confirmed only one death?
 

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Hiding casualty is to save face for modi. U want China to tell the whole world, there is only one Chinese dead vs 20 Indian soldier Including colonel? Lol...
So Chinese saved modi's face? Lol :D Dude not everyone is a gullible fool like you people. Just remember what I said about messing with us.
 

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Chinese members does your media covers india everyday? or its just modi g beloved media that spreads bs everyday to tame low iq'd bakhts?
 

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Poor china is neither be able to declare the figure of their dead soldiers nor they are able to give them due honor for their sacrifice. Face saving is more important than giving honor to those soldiers. They couldn't get due honor even after getting their necks broken at the hands of Indian soldiers. Even in Kargil, We had to burry enemy soldiers with due respect on our own soil. Like Pulwama costed heavily to Pakistan, Ladakh misadventure is proving costly to China. They are searching for face saving exit. which Indian army is in no mood to offer.
 

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If “Big Mouth” were a product that counts in GDP, India would have been THE superpower long time ago.
ahahah....funny one.
To be fair though, its not just India alone in the region that's like that. From my experience visiting South Asian countries and East Asian countries, and also interacted/worked with both , i can say that South Asian countries have a very different culture, character, behaviour and attitude compared to their East Asian counterparts. East Asian Confucian societies are more focus on discipline, organisation, hard work ethic, focus on the collective and practical result oriented than South Asia societies are more diverse, less organised and less practical work oriented, they also more individual oriented than collective, more talk and show off as well. I m not sure if the weather(tropical climate for the most part) also plays a part in this.
In short there are factors that makes South Asia progress lags behind every region in the world. Despite the regions fairly rapid growth and progress this past decades, this progress still doesn’t mask the fact that South Asia is home to the largest concentration of people living in debilitating poverty and social deprivation on planet Earth(YES MORE THAN EVEN SUBSAHARAN AFRICA). This in itself should make them wake up to this reality and start focusing on economic growth and programs to uplift their poor, improve their living standards, provide better education to the masses etc. There should be a national focus on this and their priority should be on eradicating or reducing poverty to the minimum instead of focusing on other countries issues/having delusion of grandeur and fighting over silly things. What surprised me for example was that during my stay in India and China, i noticed that the government/media in China talks/focuses more about discussing policies to reduce poverty in the country than even in India which i found surprising. In fact this applies to other Asian countries i visited as well like Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. Can't talk about Pakistan as i have not been there, however i guess it's should be the same.
 

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:rofl: :rofl::rofl:

India filled with graduates from Indian skools like below

And India army got those graduates from Indian skools


No wonder India cannot even make bullets and must buy from Russia and overseas.:rofl::enjoy::pleasantry:
And the artillery that India designed tend to explode and kill more Indians than anybody else.:rofl:




Relatives scale buildings to help Indian students cheat on exams - video
Students in Hajipur, north-eastern India, were given a helping hand from friends and family as they sat state exams on Thursday.


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Such as renting a nuclear sub and going diving with hatch open :pleasantry:

No need for anyone to sink Indian ships.

Indian graduates from their own skools more than able to do that on their own


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The graving dock incident is the Indian Navy’s third major accident at Mumbai in five years (in addition to a string of less serious events).

In 2011, the frigate Vidhyagiri collided with a merchant vessel and sank in Mumbai's harbor. The frigate had officers' families on board at the time of the collision; none were injured. In 2013, the submarine Sindurakshak exploded and sank at pier during a torpedo replenishment. 18 servicemembers were killed in the accident. In 2014, two officers were killed in a fire on a nuclear submarine off the coast of Mumbai.



:rofl::rofl::rofl: :yay::yay::yay::yahoo::yahoo::yahoo:
 

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ahahah....funny one.
To be fair though, its not just India alone in the region that's like that. From my experience visiting South Asian countries and East Asian countries, and also interacted/worked with both , i can say that South Asian countries have a very different culture, character, behaviour and attitude compared to their East Asian counterparts. East Asian Confucian societies are more focus on discipline, organisation, hard work ethic, focus on the collective and practical result oriented than South Asia societies are more diverse, less organised and less practical work oriented, they also more individual oriented than collective, more talk and show off as well. I m not sure if the weather(tropical climate for the most part) also plays a part in this.
In short there are factors that makes South Asia progress lags behind every region in the world. Despite the regions fairly rapid growth and progress this past decades, this progress still doesn’t mask the fact that South Asia is home to the largest concentration of people living in debilitating poverty and social deprivation on planet Earth(YES MORE THAN EVEN SUBSAHARAN AFRICA). This in itself should make them wake up to this reality and start focusing on economic growth and programs to uplift their poor, improve their living standards, provide better education to the masses etc. There should be a national focus on this and their priority should be on eradicating or reducing poverty to the minimum instead of focusing on other countries issues/having delusion of grandeur and fighting over silly things. What surprised me for example was that during my stay in India and China, i noticed that the government/media in China talks/focuses more about discussing policies to reduce poverty in the country than even in India which i found surprising. In fact this applies to other Asian countries i visited as well like Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. Can't talk about Pakistan as i have not been there, however i guess it's should be the same.
Well said, and totally agree!

SA soceities are like antique computers with primative OS', fragmented HDDs full of buggy drivers and virus. they need to be re-formatted and reset. But it is impossible to install an modern OS like Win10 on a 200 MB hard drive and run it on 386 cpu with 4 MB RAM.

They can patch up here and there, but they won't be able to be in the same league with their EA counterparts, without a total social revolution. They just have too many historic, cultural and religious burdens.
 

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Snapping someone's neck is not as easy as it appears to be in the movies.

Means that this is just another Indian BS story.
 

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