外文标题：China drops Arunachal to create ‘positive’ vibes before Li Keqiang’s India visit
BEIJING: China has dropped its aggressive stance on Arunachal Pradesh and other contentious issues in the first ever Blue book on India. The book has been carefully crafted to avoid expressing grouse on issues like the border dispute and the presence of the Dalai Lama in India.
"The purpose of the Blue book is to inform ordinary Chinese people about the rise of India as a fast developing and powerful country. The tone is positive throughout the book," Ma Jiali, one of the book's contributors and a researcher at the Communist Party School, told TOI.
"Only basic details are given about controversial issues like the border dispute. There's no attempt to instigate negative feelings about India," Ma said. "The South Tibet (Arunachal) issue is discussed as part of the border problem. But not in much detail," Ma added.
The purpose is to make available an official view of India, and avoid anti-India hysteria over the Chinese Internet during the forthcoming visit of premier Li Keqiang from May 19, sources said. Chinese scholars, journalists and blog writers, who have millions of followers on Twitter-like websites, are expected to take the cue from the official document and create a positive atmosphere during Li's visit, sources said.
The Blue book says that the Congress-led coalition government in New Delhi is facing its worst crisis because of internal differences and a string of corruption scandals. It also discusses the BJP and other political parties in India besides talking about widespread discontent and agitations in India.
The book, mostly written by scholars in Yunnan University and published in Chinese, was released in an official ceremony on May 10 during the recent visit of minister for external affairs Salman Khurshid to Beijing.
India's relationship with China and Pakistan are covered in a chapter on the country's foreign policy since 1947. Issues covered in the book include India's economy, educational system, the technology industry and rural development.
Although Beijing continuously complains about the United States creating an Asian front to contain China, the book does not suggest that India would become part of the US-led front.
"Issues like Kashmir and India's fears about China building dams on upstream Brahmaputra have also been discussed. But the main focus is to introduce the reader to the issues instead of instigating negative emotion," Ma said.
The Chinese are very impressed with India's (most notably UPA's) Corruption Promotion Technology !!!
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PatrioticIndian K (India)
When China withdraw from Indian territory , last week, China asked Indian to dismantle our structure and move back from our territory..!! When China drops Arunachal Pradesh (Hope its true), then what will china ask India to do..!! will china ask India to clear Ladakh ...!!! UPA might be jumping joy...but please read the fine print carefully..!! If Chinese really want to improve good relations with India without any conditions, this is great news for both India and china. We can move forward for the constructive development, hope WEST won’t be jealous.
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This is a smoke screen put up by the clever Chinese just before their PM's visit to India. Knowing the stupidity of the Congress they will fall for it.
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That's right...the blue book mentions all things correctly, India is torn apart from every corner from inside, outside but the unmentioned thing in this article is DO NOT TRUST CHINESE. They are coming up with a big plan.
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Rahul (Delhi )
China and India through out history has never had a conflict with each other but much of the conflict today is because of China's support of Pakistan who funds terrorist activities in region in the name of Islam & the way Pakistan sold Aksai Chin to China and is now planning to sell Northern part of Kashmir to China.
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What belongs to India is for the Indians and there should not be any negotiation and talk to the Chines about that..... INDIAN GOVERNMENT BE STONG IN WHAT YOU DO AND WHAT YOU SAY BECAUSE THAT WILL BE THE VOICE OF THE WHOLE COUNTRY....
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Parisara Datta (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
yes ...befriending..makes it easier to kill... smart chinese...and naive indians.
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Brij Lal (USA)
In today's world, it is better to live and let live.
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Does it reflect the real mindset of the Chinese or is it a campaign in view of the Chinese premier's visit?
China, India will never attack you first. Bharat Vasi never occupied foreign land. You can be the friend of Bharat on one condition. Just as your land is important to you, so is our Bharat Ma to us. Become friend with India and you will stay in peace. If not, then we have to raise our Army at a level never seen before in this world. Peace brings progress and war destruction. Peace is good for both countries and people.
1962 told India never to believe Chinese and Kargil told India never to believe Pakistan.
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brahmin44 THEMAN (U,SA.)
Ya, give empty words and nothing in substance, playing a hide and seek with Indians and India is LIKE a little mouse trying to figure out what panda is going to next. Let black mamba, COBRA, take care of PANDA. It is not China's fault, it is India's stupidity to allow them to choke you everyday. 4 FEET 7 inches Chinese have only one inch long, it is not even as long 303 bullet size.
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They are intelligent so they are demanding for ARUNALCHAL ...they always activated this issue,because if they want to drop this ,they want to get something from India...Ladakh or ak SAI chin.....4
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Mayank Trivedi (The World)
This indeed a welcome move by China and India needs to reciprocate now.
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S Chakraborty (New York)
there is a cool before the tsunami strikes again. beware foolish india!! no one thinks a dictatorial or communist regime as brotherly--whether China, North Korea, Iran, Syria, Cuba or Libya. They are are hyenas in sheep skin.
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Appa Durai (Coimbatore)
China is worst than a prostitute.You can never trust them
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India should gift sonya's asss to the chines premier to make him happy and feel welcome,
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Kamal Narayan (kathmandu)
VEry hard to understand Chinese intentions,they never practice what they say.We must watch all its activities.
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Abhinav Dubey (India)
This is the best time to resolve border dispute sit together and draw the borders, so that there won't be any disputes later on... both sides have to bend a little and this issue will be gone for good...
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raja (aus )
The blue book will be just another eyewash. India has to be careful otherwise will have to face humiliating defeat once again.
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We need to be told we are great and admired. The Chinese will do that until the day they get what they want. The ball-less wonders in charge cannot or will not do anything against the Chinese.
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MAHA IBRAHMIN (Brahmavartha)
LOOKS LIKE INDIA IS DESPERATE TO RECEIVE "GOOD CONDUCT" CERTIFICATE FROM CHINA --- Shame.
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Suryanarayan Ganesh (Mumbai)
This shows the powerful Manmohan Singh & Antony Govt that has struck ferocious fear into China's hearts. Getting China to drop Arunachal is HUGE... compared to the utter shame when BJP PM Vajpayee had to concede Tibet as completely being part of China during his tenure. KUDOS TO INC.. Only Congress can give us a strong powerful country.
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Just look at the photo. How shabbily our army personnel is dressed and how sharply the Chinese army personnel is dressed.
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Morgan (Australia) replies to Nitin
At least the Indian guy looks warm.
harjit atwal (bay area, ca) replies to Nitin
How about having alook at indan leaders.They still dress up like coolies.
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Don't trust Chinese as they can be changing their color anytime.
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