NEW DELHI: India is looking for a "pragmatic" conversation with China on "how not accommodating each other's aspirations is not beneficial to the relationship". Speaking before a parliamentary panel foreign secretary S Jaishankar, however, asserted, "We need to have that conversation and we will have that conversation."
India-China relations have been in a trough for a while and have been exacerbated by several factors - Beijing's opposition to India's membership bid of the NSG+ ; its refusal to allow UN sanctions against Masood Azhar of the JeM+ ; its insistence on building the CPEC+ through Indian territory, among others.
china don't give a shit to indian interest so it's time for India to act accordingly to teach china a lesson economically and diplomatically.
R K Sharma,
India should remember it enemies when it gets to the helm. China has been a big let down for India.
why China don't want conversation,cos they know in India,conversation didn't mean anything. if India pm can banned currency without any conversation, why they waste time on this useless things
Chinese were always deceptive and untrustworthy since Nehru days.
For What, China is standing and supporting Pak like this too much, we Indians have to open our eyes, and take proper further steps. China, a similar country like ?????,
China never proved that they are "a good friend to India."
the communist chinkies are greedy and also deceitful - so it would be very foolish to believe that persuasion is an option.
Beat them on pain areas
China is superior to India in all respects except in ethics - amply proved by their partnership with Pakistan and North Korea. They represent dragon, where India represents a peacock.
India can no longer live in China''s shadow and neither should China try to block India''s growth! There needs to be a total over haul of the Chinese foreign policy if China desires better relations with India!