Lessons should be learnt from Doklam standoff: China
BEIJING: China today said that the Doklam standoff posed a "major test" for the bilateral ties and lessons should be learnt from it to avoid a similar situation of its kind in the future.
Dalai Lama-Free Tibet-13 hours ago
Tibetian culture and language are from India. Tibetan alphabet is of Indic origin. There is nothing Chinese about Tibet. India gave up Tibet due to Nehru''s error, next in line are Nepal, Bhutan.
Col Avner Mueller-Ramat Gan, Israel-13 hours ago
There is only one lesson for you Indians. Do NOT EVER trust the Chinese. They have now permanently stationed 1,800 troops there, so they can monitor what Indian troops are doing. They have grabbed so much of your land in Aksai Chin and near Arunachal. So many of your Indian soldiers died in vain, fighting the Chinese.
Shirin Gohel-Porbandar-13 hours ago
China should know India is not pakistan or sri lanka or maldives. Like china , india is proud economy with best leader controlling the nation, the threats will not work out. If you say arunachal pradesh is part of china, we do not agree, Indian land is indiaa s,
Aroon-New Delhi-13 hours ago
China is forced to say this now...had it not be Dokhlam they would have quietly nibbled indian or Bhutanese territory.
Ashmit-10 hours ago
yes stay with in your territory,not others .
Strowback-10 hours ago
Doklam saw mighty China kneel to India, it was the biggest humiliation for China and the thumping victory for Modi & India
hemendra-11 hours ago
China has been mentioning ‘Doklam Lessons’ quite regularly lately and it looks fishy. This reminds me of their ‘chini-hindi bhai bhai’ chant before backstabbing us.
marty martel-amdavad-11 hours ago
China is the one that needs to learn the lesson from the Doklam standoff.
That is China must NOT build a road in disputed territory if China wants to maintain peace along Indoa-China border.
Proud Indian-12 hours ago
the lesson for the savage chinese is that they should keep their army inside their garbage bin and not let them wander into indian territory