PLEASE SEE THE NEWS ITEM BELOW:
On May 20, 2013, the Chinese premier Li Keqiang will visit India.
He is not an ignorant "cuckoo" who does not know of the ISLAMIC attack on India in 1947 as a result of which India unconditionally SURRENDERED five provinces to Islam without showing the courage to demand or hold Referendum!
He also knows that if China was ever forced to surrender an INCH of her territory to the Muslims, the INDIAN DELEGATION COMING THEREAFTER WILL NOT SEE A SINGLE MUSLIM IN BEIJING, NANKING OR SHANGHAI.
SURELY THE CHINESE WILL KNOW THAT THE MAN IN THE KEY POST OF FOREIGN MINISTER, SALMAN SHURSHID, IS A MUSLIM. WILL THEY NOT SAY, "SHAME ON YOU, HINDUSTHAN, YOU SHOWED YOUR HEELS TO THE MUSLIMS IN 1947 BUT NOW YOU SHOW YOUR EYES TO US!"
Would be nice to guess India's reply.
CHINA- INDIA FACE-OFF ENDS AS ARMIES WITHDRAW FROM LADAKH
Rajat Pandit & Indrani Bagchi, TNN | May 5, 2013, 09.31 PM IST
China-India face-off ends as armies withdraw from Ladakh
NEW DELHI: The 20-day military standoff with China at an altitude of 16,300-feet in Ladakh has ended. After furious activity over diplomatic channels, coupled with two flag meetings on Saturday and Sunday afternoon, the Chinese troops retreated from the Depsang Bulge area to their bases on Sunday evening.
The resolution of the troop face-off came even as preparations were in full swing for foreign minister Salman Khurshid's visit to Beijing on May 9 despite a growing political clamour to cancel the trip. Now, the visit will go ahead as scheduled, in preparation for the May 20 visit to India by Chinese premier Li Keqiang.
There was no immediate word on the conditions decided for the mutual withdrawal of the troops, confronting each other on the heights since April 15. The earlier refusal by the Chinese to withdraw its soldiers from northern Ladakh, where they had pitched tents 19 km inside Indian territory, has created a national security scare in India.
Both sides held the fourth and fifth flag meetings between local commanders, one after the other, over the weekend before the withdrawal began at about 7.30 pm on Sunday.The first three flag meetings, on April 18, 23 and 30, at Spanggur Gap between the Daulat Beg Oldi and Chushul sectors had failed to break the deadlock.
The Chinese side had been insisting that India dismantle its security and monitoring posts built in Chumar and other areas. India has resisted this because Chumar is considered to have strategic significance, particularly since Indian soldiers can monitor troop movements across the Line of Actual Control from there.